Piler Ayurvedic Medicine Capsules For Piles

Each capsule contains extract of:



Shudh Rasaut




Kanchnar Guggul






Shudh Vatasnabha


Shudh Gandhak




Euphorbia Neriifolia


Abhrak Bhasma


Tankan Bhasma


Lauh Bhasma





Danti (Baliospermum Montanum)
B. montanum is documented to possess beneficial effects as digestive, anthelmintic, diuretic, diaphoretic, febrifuge and tonic. The various parts of B. montanum such as roots, leaves and seeds are documented to possess medicinal properties. The roots and seeds of the plant are considered as purgative. It is beneficial in treatment of constipation, jaundice, anemia, skin diseases and piles. (International Journal of Green Pharmacy, Oct-Dec 2008)

Danti is indicated in treatment of piles in ayurvedic texts. Paste made out of root is used in getting relief from piles, jaundice and fever. Root decoction prepared from danti is reported to be used extensively in inflammatory conditions of piles. (Int. J. Res. Ayurveda Pharm. 2017)

Shudh Rasaut (Extract Of Berberis Aristata)
Rasaut is a crude, concentrated extract prepared from the roots and stem bark of B. aristata. It is used to cure several ailments such as conjunctivitis, bleeding piles, ulcers, jaundice, enlarged liver and spleen. Rasaut is used as a wash for bleeding piles. (Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, vol. 8(4), Oct. 2009 : 562-563)


Charak has categorized daruharidra (Berberis aristata) as arshoghana (anti-hemorrhoidal). The chief constituent of B. aristata is barberine, which is a bitter alkaloid. Rasaut is used as a purgative and is a blood purifier, a tonic and a febrifuge. (Journal of Drug Delivery & Therapeutics, 2011, 1(2) : 46-50)

Vanshlochan (Bambusa Arundinacea)
B. arundinacea has been reported to possess important pharmacological activities such as anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, antioxidant, anti-microbial, protective effect etc. In folk medicine, it is used for the treatment of many inflammatory disorders. The plant stem and leaves are used as a laxative, in blood diseases, inflammation, piles and bile disorders. (Orient. J. Chem., vol.38(2), 247-258, 2022)


Vanshlochan is collected from inside hollow internodes of bamboo. It is sweet and astringent in taste and cooling in potency. Vanshlochan is haemostatic in nature. It effects rakta dhatu to prevent heavy bleeding by balancing increased pitta. (www.ayurmantra.com)

Kanchnar Guggul
Kanchnar guggul is a classical ayurvedic formulation, used for kapha accumulations in the tissues. As kapha moves deeper with in the system, it may manifest as swollen lymph nodes, cysts or growths. Powerful decongestants such as kanchnara, triphala and trikatu are mixed with guggul to breakdown and eliminate hardened kapha. Kanchnara guggul supports proper function of lymphatic system, balances kapha dosha, promotes elimination of inflammatory toxins. It is administered in cysts, malignant ulcers, abscess, anal fistula etc. Kanchnara is very useful in extra growth or tumors and helps in reducing bleeding. (AYU Journal, Jul-Sep. 2014; vol.35 : issue 3)

Sunthi (Zingiber Officinale)
Rhizome of Z. officinale is extensively used for medicinal purpose. Clinical studies show that ginger revitalizes the body according to both ayurvedic and modern concepts through enhancing appetite, immunity and rejuvenation. In ayurveda, ginger is mostly recommended for enhancement of appetite, alleviate constipation, balancing circulation, enhance digestion, nutritious, alleviate cough and asthma, pain management, nerve stimulant, alleviate hemorrhoids. Ginger is extensively used in loss of appetite, bloated stomach, anemia, liver disorders, flatulence, stomachache, piles, cough, common cold, weakness etc. Z. officianale has demonstrated anti-inflammatory and analgesic activities in experimental studies. (International Journal of Health Sciences & Research, vol.10, issue 6, June 2020)

Yavakshara (Hordeum Vulgare)
Yavakshara is an alkali preparation obtained from burning green spikes of barley, dissolving ashes in water, straining the solution and evaporating it over fire. Yavakshara is bitter in taste and hot in potency. It is used in urinary diseases, gout, rheumatism, piles, colic, dyspepsia, liver and spleen enlargement etc. (WJPMR, 2019, 5(9), 201-212)


Yavakshara balances kapha and vata dosha, improves digestion strength and act as a laxative. It is useful in treatment of ascites, pain, urinary calculi, asthma, anemia, piles, irritable bowel syndrome, abdominal distention, bloating etc. (www.ayurmedinfo.com)

Shudha Vatsanabha (Aconitum Ferox)
Aconitum ferox, also known as Indian aconite has great medicinal properties. It has been used to treat tonsillitis, sore throat, gastritis and possesses analgesic, antioxidative and anti-inflammatory properties. It is used for treating diseases like asthma, constipation, fever, hyperacidity, ulcer, piles, fistula and hemorrhoids. (www.researchgate.net)

Vatsanabha is one of the potent and useful drug in ayurvedic pharmacopoeia, known for its quick action. It has been indicated in treatment of various conditions such as digestive impairment, cough, abdominal lump, anemia, diseases of spleen, piles, fistula, wound, fever, disease of anal region, sciatica, oedema etc. It also act as a tonic and rejuvenator. (The Healer Journal, July 2020)

Shudha Gandhka (Sulphur)
Gandhak is second most important mineral of rasa shastra. It has many therapeutic uses like anti-helmintic, anti-microbial, remove toxins from body, cure skin disease and a rejuvenative. It is sweet, pungent and bitter in taste and hot in potency. Sulphur is vata-kapha pacifying and increases pitta. Sulphur stimulates peristalsis. It has mild laxative effect and soothing effect on the blood vessels, so relieves pain by softening the stool in hemoorrrhoids. (IJAR, 8(07), 1162-1168)

Chitrak (Plumbago Zeylanica)
P. zeylanica is considered as the multi-purpose medicinal plant. All the parts of the plant are used to treat various diseases but the roots of chitraka plant show highest activity in treating various ailments and disorders. It increases pitta dosha and alleviates kapha and vata. It acts as deepana (appetite stimulant) and pachna (digestive). In Charak samhita, it is categorized as an appetizer, pain-reliever and anti-hemorrhoid. It has been used to treat dysentery, intestinal troubles, inflammation, piles, liver disorders, jaundice etc. It also has anti-inflammatory and wound healing property. (IJRASB, vol. 8, issue 2 : March 2021)

Euphorbia Neriifolia
E. neriifolia has several ethnomedicinal uses. The latex of plant is an active ingredient of many ayurvedic formulations. Latex is acrid, laxative, pungent and good for tumours, abdominal troubles and leucoderma. It is also used as a purgative, rubefacient, carminative, expectorant. It is indicated in treatment of vatavyadhi, gulma(abdominal lump), udara(abdominal disorders), sula(pain), sotha(inflammation), arsha(hemorrhoids), kushta(skin diseases), medoroga in Charak samhita. Turmeric powder mixed with juice of E. nerrifolia is useful in treatment of piles. Thread steeped in the above mentioned mixture is used in ligaturing external hemorrhoids. (Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine 2017 ; 10(5) ; 430-438)

Abhrak Bhasma
Abraka bhasma , a mineral preparation commonly known in the classical texts of ayurveda, is one of the most frequently used drugs in ayurveda. It is an excellent cellular regenerator and a nervine tonic. It’s primary use is as an aphrodisiac, an astringent and a restorative. It is used in various disorders such as hemorrhoids, fever, diabetes, diarrhea, low digestive fire, jaundice, anemia, heart diseases, respiratory disorders, gastro-intestinal disorders etc. (Journal of Indian System of Medicine, 2021, vol.9, issue 2 ; 69-81)

Lauh Bhasma
Lauh bhasma is a nano iron particles based medicine used in ayurveda. Lauh bhasma was used for the treatment of many diseases such as anemia, liver disorders, worm infestation, dry skin, irregular fat metabolism, heart disease etc. Lauh bhasma is recommended to utilize for bleeding with other remedies because it can compensate for the iron loss during bleeding. (Journal of Ayurveda & Integrative Medicine)


Lauh bhasma possesses dry, heavy and cold attributes and alleviates kapha and pitta dosha. As it is astringent and cold, it is useful to arrest bleeding. It is one of the best rejuvenative, as it replenishes the blood, it nourishes all tissues. It is recommended in anemia, hepatosplenomegaly, skin diseases, jaundice, oedema , piles and as a general tonic. (Ayurvedic Medicine- The Living Tradition by Dr. Prakash Paranjpe)

Tankan Bhasma (Borax)
Borax has been considered as one of the three important alkalis in the ayurvedic texts. According to Sushruta, borax is dry and piercing in nature, increases vata dosha, vitiates pitta dosha, pacifies kapha dosha in the body and increases digestive power. It also possess purgative action. It subsides the effects of poisons, carminative, pacifies distention of abdomen, increases strength, clears the constipation, heals the ulcers. (Indian Journal of History of Science, 2012)

Lajjalu (Mimosa Pudica)
M. pudica is known for its pharmacological activities such as antidiabetic, anti-toxin, anti-hepatotoxin, anti-oxidant and wound healing activities. All parts of the plant are condidered to possess medicinal properties. It is useful in diseases arising from blood impurities and bile, bilious fevers, piles, jaundice etc. It is very useful in bleeding piles as it arrests bleeding and fastens the wound healing process. M. pudica methanolic extract exhibited good wound healing activity probably due to presence of phenol constituents. It also possess analgesic and anti-inflammatory activity. (International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Research 2013 ; 5(2) : 41-44)