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Medicinal properties of Krimisodhini Vati

Krimisodhini Vati - gulika

Krimisodhini Vati :

Krimisodhini Vati is an Ayurvedic tablet used in treating intestinal worms.
Synonyms: Krimisodhini, Krimisodhini Gulika

Krimishodhini - Ayurvedic drug to kill parasites.
Crimi - translated from Tamil means "worms" or parasites. This drug is best suited to kill worms, ascarids, apestorhov, lyabley and others.


Ingredients of Krimisodhini Vati
0.030 g
0.030 g
, Family:
0.030 g
0.030 g
0.030 g
0.030 g
palasha (seed)
Family: Fabaceae
0.090 g
palasha (aqueous extract, latex)
Family: Fabaceae
0.694 ml


Helps to relieve intestinal worms
Has laxative action, relieves constipation.
Shrunken chest, bloated belly, emaciated limbs, noctural fever and constant grumbling in children can be quickly cured by this.


A method for receiving: 
Drink tablet hot water up to 50 degrees in the morning, after meals. During the day and in the evening do not eat a lot, light vegetable food. Better to starve, but to drink water.
Before going to sleep that day, after a meal in a range between 21.30 and 22.00, but not later than 23.00 drink another dose of the drug. The next morning or at night (in the range from 4.00 - 7.00) should be a natural relaxation of the intestine, softening stools. After the first relief drink a glass of hot water ( 50 deg.)
In cases of chronic congestive Krimisodhini should be taken in this way for several days, but not more than five days.


Adults: 1/2 - 2 tablet (according to age and weight)
Children from 5 to 7 years: 4.1 part
          7 to 10 - 1/3 tablets
          10 to 15 - 1-2 tablets.


There are no known side effects of this medicine.


After purging take rice with buttermilk cooked with the bark of Palasha (Butea monosperma).This may be continued for 3-7 days. Avoid milk, meat, cereals, jaggery, curd, ghee, fresh rice, flattened or roasted rice, coconut, leafy vegetables, tamarind and sweets.


Hot water, Chandrasuradi kashayam or Vidangadi kashayam.



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