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Prabhakar Tablet acts as an alterative, haematinic. Effective in all types of heart disease, lungs diseases. Tonic for heart & lungs. Benefits in general debility mental weakness, vertigo.
Composition : Swarnamakshik Bhasam, Lauha Bhasam, Abhrak Bhasam, Javkshiri, Shilajit (Purified), Arjun Chhal quath.
Dosage : 1 to 2 tablets with water twice a day.
Available in : 80 tablets.
It is essentially a clinical syndrome of characteristic chest pain produced by increased work of the heart. It is usually relieved by rest. In most cases, it is manifested in front of the chest & mostly over the sternum. It may spread towards the left or right side of the chest. The pain radiates towards the left side very often. It may spread to the arms, neck, jaws & even the upper part of the abdomen. The left shoulder & the left arm are very often affected. The common man calls it heart disease. In Ayurveda it is known as bridroga. It is of several types depending upon the characteristic features of the pain. If the pain is acute, & of shifting nature, this is usually known as vatika bridroga. If it is associated with burning sensation, then it is called paittika bridroga. In kaphaja bridroga, the pain is usually very mild & it is associated with heaviness, nausea & cough.
It is caused by the obstruction to the coronary arteries. These are the blood vessels which travel through the wall of the heart & nourish the heart muscle. Since the heart muscle spends a huge amount of energy, it needs ceaseless nourishment. It naturally demands a good supply of blood. Any impairment of these blood vessels interferes with adequate blood flow to the heart muscles. If this blood flow is significantly diminished then the heart signals its difficulties by registering pain or discomfort in the chest.
Other medicines used for different types of heart diseases are Hridayarnava rasa & Prabhakara vati. These medicines are available in the form of tablets. Two tablets are given to the patient, three or four times a day, depending on the seriousness of the disease.
At the time of acute attacks, Mrigamadasava is the ideal drug. It is a liquid medicine & given to the patient in a dose of to 1 teaspoonful mixed with equal quantity of water. These medicines are to be used even after the attack has subsided. On exertion the patient may get the attack any time. It is, therefore, necessary for the patient to use the medicines mentioned above for about 6 months continuously.