Panchamrit parpati is widely used for the topical management of diarrhea (atisara), dysentery (pravahika), and intestinal dysfunction (grahani-dosha). It reinforces digestive enzymes and promotes digestion and absorption of nutrients from the gut. In addition it kills / inhibits pathogens in the gut (keetanu-nashaka) and is thus useful in the management of various intestinal infections (grahani).
Ativisha is appetizer (deepana), digestive (pachana), anti-hemorrhoidal (arshoghna), anti-diarrheal (atisar-hara), anti-infective (jvara-apaha), anti-helminthic (krimi-hara), anti-toxic (ama-vishahara, visha-vinashini) and astringent (sangrahak). It is widely used for the management of dyspepsia (ajirna), infective diarrhea (jvara-atisara), hemorrhoids (arsha), and helminthiasis (krimi-roga). Several alkaloids present in its root like, 6-dehydroacetyl-sepaconitine, 13-hydroxylappaconitine, lycoctonine, delphatine and lappaconitine exhibit significant antibacterial activity. Ativisha is also known as Aconitum heterophyllum.
Pippali (Piper longum) is a digestive (agni-vardhini), appetizer (triptighna), carminative (vata-anulomana), antispasmodic (shula-prashamana), hepato-stimulant (yakrid-uttejaka), and corrects splenic dysfunction (pliha-vriddhi-hara). It acts as anti-infective (krimiroga-nut, jvara-hara), and is a bio-availability enhancer (yogavahi). It is widely used for the management of dyspepsia (ajirna) and intestinal diseases (grahani). Pippali is also known as Piper longum.
Shankh (Shankha) bhasma (bhasm) is astringent (samgrahi), anti-diarrheal (atisar-hara), anti-dysenteric (pravahika-hara), and intestinal anti-infective (grahani-dosha-hara). It reinforces digestive enzymes, and improves digestion and absorption in the gut. It is widely used for the management of diarrhea (atisara), dysentery (pravahika), intestinal dysfunction (grahani), and hepatic disorders (yakrid roga).
Avoid during pregnancy, advanced liver and kidney diseases, etc.
In case the patient has loose motions, it is mandatory to advise them fluids and salt.
In dysentery, ENTRID Tablet could be supported with isabgol husk, kutaja, bilva, mustaka, and other astringent medicines.
In Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), along with ENTRID Tablet, some anti-spasmodic and anti-anxiety medicine like MENTOCALM Tablet (Tagara + Brahmi) should also be given.
In ulcerative colitis, it should be supported with LOSWEL Tablet, LERGEX Tablet, etc.
In piles, it should be supported with PILIE Tablet.