Shila Sindoor is an ayurvedic medicine beneficial in respiratory diseases. It instantly gives results in chronic and trouble-giving diseases. It is an Ayurvedic broad spectrum antibiotic that effectively cures many infectious diseases and purifies blood. It acts as rasayan and good for brain and heart.
Each 1 gm contains –
• Kajjali of – Shuddha Parad, Shuddha Gandhak
• Powder of – Shuddha Manshil
• Liquid of – Kumari swaras(Aloe Vera)
Preparation Method –
Shila Sindoor is prepared by processing Shuddha Parada (purified mercury), Shuddha Gandhaka (sulfur) and Shuddha Manashila (arsenic disulphide) in Kumari swaras(Aloe Vera).
Shila Sindoor is a metallic preparation containing mercury, sulfur, and arsenic disulphide, it should be taken ONLY in prescribed doses.
The dosage, as given in Ayurvedic text is 1 Ratti (125 mg) to 2 Ratti (250 mg), in morning and evening. Honey is Anupan (fluid vehicle or drink with medicine) for Shila Sindoor.
• Skin diseases, leprosy or kustha, skin itching, abscess
• Rakta dosha (vitiated rakta dhatu)
• Decreased urine output
• Microbial infection on skin
• Infectious diseases such as fever, sannipat jwar, malarial fever
• Cough and respiratory illness
Side Effects –
If Shila Sindoor dosage is not appropriate it could give serious side effects too therefore always use it with proper dosage and under supervision of your doctor.
Some of the side-effects may be rare but serious. Consult your doctor if you observe any of the following side-effects, especially if they do not go away.
• Abdominal cramps
• Stinging sensation
• Red urine
• Dependency or worsening of constipation
For more informative articles on Ayurvedic formulations and other health related issues, please visit our website www.santripty.com and also feel free to consult with our experienced health experts, get benefits and stay healthy.
You must be logged in to post a comment.