Ayurvedic uses of Khaskhas
Khaskhas has numerous health benefits, but in this post, we discuss only its Ayurvedic methods.
Other names of Khaskhas
Vetiveria Zizaniodes, Usirah, Khas-Khas, Kalavala, Vettiver, Vettiverlu, Ramaccam, and Lamanci.
The roots of Khaskhas are used in different Ayurvedic treatments. It is refrigerant, aromatic, digestive, carminative, anti-emetic, expectorant, diuretic, anthelmintic and antispasmodic.
Ayurvedic uses and health benefits of Khaskhas
To arrest bleeding take equal parts of sandal and “khaskhas” powder and mix it in rice water and sugar. Have it twice a day.
Khaskhas is useful to prevent Vomiting and nausea. Take Coriander seeds and Khaskhas and boil it in water. Take this mixture thrice a day to suppress vomiting and nausea.
Make a fine powder of Khaskhas and rub it over the body and left on for fifteen minutes before bath. This may also be done in measles to pacify the rashes.
Steaming the body with water to which Khaskhas is added promotes perspiration while bringing the temperature down. Water boiled with Khaskhas may be used as a drink in feverish conditions.
conditions like painful urination, urinary stones and burning urine, drinking water boiled with Khaskhas roots powder promotes urination, alleviates burning sensation and clears the passage of urine.
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These are the Ayurvedic uses of Khaskhas.