As per Ayurveda, constipation or slow bowel movements is an ailment caused due to the imbalance of a Vata Dosha. If it persists, this imbalance may lead to other diseases such as migraine, depression, haemorrhoids, fissures and certain ailments of the liver. For what it’s worth Kabaj Powder can help restore the balance of Vata thus promising an improved quality of life.
Kabaj Powder is essentially an ayurvedic medicine for constipation which stimulates bowel movements and offers instant relief from the pain and discomfort caused due to constipation. In addition to taking the recommended dose of Kabaj Powder, one should also incorporate certain dietary changes. These include increased intake of water, consumption of high-fibre foods and inclusion of probiotic foods in the diet. Regular exercise can also help improve the condition, to a great extent.
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For Severe Constipation (Less than 1-2 Bowel Movements per week) – 2 teaspoons before going to bed.
For General Constipation (Less than 3 Bowel Movements per week) – 1 teaspoons before going to bed.
Recommended for ages 10 and above
Recommended Course: Minimum 1 month
Kabaj Powder, the best medicine for constipation comprises of the following herbs –
Also known as the Indian Senna, it acts as a great laxative and exhibits purgative qualities. It increases peristaltic movement of intestines, hence regulating bowel movements. Sonamuki contains certain plant compounds called glycosides which helps stimulates the nerves in the gut and speeds up bowel movements.
This herb is known to balance the Vata and Pitta Doshas. It acts as a laxative and offers quick relief from constipation.
Also known as Bal Harad or Kali Harad, Himaj works as a stool softener ease the passage of faeces. It is also rich in vitamin C, selenium, potassium, manganese, iron and copper, thus offering various nutritional benefits.
Also known as Sendha Namak or Mountain Salt, it prevents water from surrounding the tissues of the digestive system. Moreover, it helps soften the stool and promotes their easy passage.
Essentially dried ginger, Sunth is known to be a powerful herb that helps in relieving chest and gastric pain. It also aids digestion and assists in weight management.