Adoosa Scientific Name
Adoosa Other Names
Hindi: Adosa, Arusha, Rus, Bansa, Adusa
French: Carmantine, Noix de Malabar
Latin: Adhatoda vasica Nees
Sanskrit: Vasaka, Adulsa, Arusak, Sinhaparni, Vansa, Adarushah, Vasa, Simhasya, Vrusha, Atarusa, Pra-madya
What is Adoosa?
Common forms of Adoosa
Adoosa is commonly used for:
- Suppressing coughing reflex
- Lowering symptoms of Asthma
- Antiviral properties
- Curing sinusitis, bronchitis and other respiratory tract disorders
- Providing relief to sore throat
- Curing ulcers
- Reducing joint pain
- Treating uremia
- Promoting healthy gut
Capsule: 1-2 capsules twice a day.
Powder: ¼-½ teaspoon twice a day.
Liquid: 1Tb in hot water twice or thrice a day when suffering from cold/cough
Adoosa Side-effects and Warnings
Not so common side-effects: Not known.
Pregnant or Nursing Mothers: Avoid using Malabar nut if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Children: It is found that antihistamine action of Adoosa may cause agitation/excitement instead of drowsiness in children.