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GULIKAS AND VATIKAS

GULIKAS AND VATIKAS

by Kottakkal Support January 12, 2020

Gulikas and vatikas are produced by grinding the raw materials into a fine paste, they are then formed into pills or tablets. Some gulikas and vatikas are available in pill form and packaged as 100 loose pills per container, and others are in tablet form and packaged as 100 tablets in a 10x10 blister pack.

Pills for internal use may be mixed with lukewarm water or any other prescribed liquid substance as directed by an Ayurvedic Doctor. For the highest efficacy, they are best before three years from the date of manufacturing. Some gulikas and vatikas contain bhasmas which extends the best before date to five years from the date of manufacturing.

 

Popular Gulikas and Vatikas

  •  Chandaprabha Vatika balances all three doshas. The main herb Chandaprabha supports healthy digestion, helps remove ama and excess fat, and eases digestive gas and bloating.
  • Dhanwantaram Gulika the main herb is camphor which balances both vata and kapha doshas, supports breathing and calms congestion from the chest area.
  • Hingwadi Gulika the main herb is hing which supports and balances both vata and pitta dosha, helps improve appetite and digestion, and calms gas and bloating.
  • Kaisora Guggulu Vatika the main herbs are guduchi and guggulu which balances both pitta and kapha dosha, supports healthy skin, reduces itching sensation, and supports liver detox.
  • Kanchanara Guggulu The main herb Kanchanara balances kapha dosha, helps lower swelling in the body, dissolves excess fat accumulation, and balances hormones.
  • Mahadhanwantaram Gulika the main herb is jiraka which balances vata dosha, supports digestion during pregnancy, nourishes the fetus, strengthens muscles, and balances female hormones.
  • Manasamitra Vatakam the main herbs are Vacha and shilajatu which help to balance vata dosha and the nervous system. Manasamitra supports and nourishes the brain and nerves, helps improve memory and concentration, and promotes sound sleep.
  • Nirgundyadi Gulika the main herb is nirgundi which balances both kapha and vata dosha, supports respiratory health and nasal congestion.
  • Sukhabedi Gulika the main herbs are cardamon and jiraka which balances vata dosha and helps to safely improve bowel movements.
  • Vilwadi Gulika the main herb is Vilva which balances all three doshas and helps remove ama from the gut, supports healthy digestion by calming gas, bloating, and other issues related to digestion.
  • Yogaraja Guggulu Vatika the main herb is guggulu which balances both vata and kapha dosha, improves appetitive and digestion, removes ama from the joints, and helps lower swelling and inflammation from the joints.

AYURVEDIC CONSULTATION

Kottakkal is committed to offering the highest quality Ayurvedic Healthcare. We offer two ways to have an Ayurvedic consultation. 1. Free 15-minute Consultation with our Ayurvedic practitioner, Julie Wardwell for when you need a product recommendation for a basic health problem. 2. In-depth Consultation with our Ayurvedic doctor, Vaidya Vishwanath Guddadar for when your condition is chronic with multiple symptoms.

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Kottakkal Ayurveda products and information are not intended for use in the diagnosis, treatment, cure, or prevention of any disease. If you have serious, acute, or chronic health problems, please consult a trained health professional. If you are seeking the advice of a trained Ayurvedic professional, call (800) 215-9934 or email us at contact@kottakkal.shop. We will provide you with information to consult with Ayurvedic professionals. Always check with your doctor before taking herbs when pregnant or nursing.

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