About Khamira Gawzaban Ambari Jadwar Ood Saleeb Wala
Its name is due to its Ingredient Gaozaban (Borage officinalis), Amber (Ambra grasea secretion), Jadwar (Delphinium denudatum root) and Ood Saleeb (Paonea officinalis root).It is Unani compound drugs of combination and used for vital strength, Sara (Epilepsy), Falij (Paralysis), Laqva (Facial Palsy), Zofe Asab (Weakness of Nerves, Neuro Asthenia) and Khafqan (palpitation).
Indications of Khamira Gawzaban Ambari Jadwar Ood Saleeb Wala
Laqva (Facial Palsy)
Zofe Asab (Weakness of Nerves, Neuro Asthenia)
Ingredients of Khamira Gawzaban Ambari Jadwar Ood Saleeb Wala
Ood Saleeb (Paonea officinalis root) : Paeonia officinalis (European peony, Common peony) has been cultivated in Europe for years. The root has been used medicinally for over 2,000 years mainly in the treatment for epilepsy and to promote menstruation. Root is also antispasmodic, diuretic, sedative and tonic and has been successfully employed in the treatment of convulsions and spasmodic nervous affections such as epilepsy. It has also been used in the treatment of whooping cough whilst suppositories are sometimes made of the root to relieve anal and intestinal spasms, hemorrhoids and varicose veins. Experimentally it has been proved to have antihypertensive, abortifacient action and anti-ulcer activity. The roots of this plant are of great medicinal significance in unani system and homeopathy. The roots contain asparagin, benzoic acid, flavonoids, paeoniflorin, paeonin, paeonol, protoanemonin, tannic acid, triterpenoids, and volatile oil. This review covers botany, traditional uses and the phytoconstituents of the roots of Paeonia officinalis .
Berg Gaozaban (Borage officinalis leaf) : Borage originates in Europe and is widely introduced into North America as an escapee from cultivation. It is found in all New England states. This plant is grown for food and as a traditional medicine