bhasma (bhäsˑ·m),

n in Ayurveda, a method of medicine preparation in which purified minerals and animal ingredients (e.g., horn, shell) are macerated and ground with herbal extracts. The resulting mixture is then heated until only the residual ash remains.
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Use a diaper rash cream infused with Almond Oil and Yashada Bhasma to protect your baby's bottom from the irritating rashes.
Its key ingredients are Kali Musli, Ashwagandha, Bang Bhasma, Ramayphal, Vidarikand, Ras Sindoor Bhasma, Safed Musli, Shilajit, Abhrak Bhasma, Nagbala and Lauh Bhasma.
Livoplus capsules contain Kasmard, Bhui Amla, Kantakari, Vaividing, Mandur Bhasma, Kasni, Daru haridra, Makoy, Haritaki, Arjun, Chitrak, Pallihari, Amrita, Santhi and Amla.
naga bhasma, a lead-based herbal medicine used to treat various conditions).
Swarna bhasma and gold compounds: An innovation of pharmaceutics for illumination of therapeutics.
day) of swarna bhasma had not shown any toxic effects as assessed by liver function tests and histological investigations [10].
Role of gallic acid in the preparation of an iron-based Indian traditional medicine--Lauha Bhasma.
Naga bhasma (which includes lead and different herbs) is one of such metallic preparation used in various diseases such as diarrhea, spleen enlargement and diabetes (3).
The gold-based medicines such as Swarna Bhasma are used to treat a range of ailments including neurological disorders, fatigue and anti-aging.
Bergenia ligulata/ciliata) 98mg, Manjishtha (Rubia cordifolia) 32mg, Nagarmusta (Cyperus scariosus) 32mg, Apamarga (Achyranthes aspera) 32 mg, Gohija (Onosma bracteatum) 32 mg, Sahadevi (Vernonia cinerea) 32mg, Shilajeet (Purified) 26mg, and Hajrul yahood bhasma 32 mg.
In the context of alchemical associations, the homa fire of the Tantrics yields the holy ash of sacred plants or bhasma (used to cover their bodies), which is also the bhasma of the alchemical rasayana of India (which is calcinated metals and herbs).