Liquid extract of dried mature seed.
Actions: Smooth muscle relaxant and antispasmodic;
non-stimulating bronchial dilator and vasodilator. Dilates urinary tract
and sphincters, and the bile ducts. Dilates coronary artery, strengthens
heartbeat, and thereby enhances blood supply and metabolism of heart
Uses: Asthma, bronchitis and spastic coughs. Spasms
and constriction of the urinary tract and bladder, and the gallbladder
and bile duct; relieves urinary colic and facilitates discharge of urinary
stones and thick mucous-pus discharge; relieves gallbladder colic and
facilitates passage of gallstones. Indicated in coronary insufficiency,
angina, arteriosclerosis, spastic heart, cardiac asthma, and recovery
after heart attack. Does not increase heart rate or blood pressure.
For spastic menstruation, begin taking three to five days before expected
period and continue until period ends.
Dose: Take 30 to 60 drops, 3 to 5 times per day. In
heart disease and asthma, Khella may need to be taken for several weeks
for positive effects. As effects persist for up to six hours, Khella
is best used to prevent asthma attacks (especially at night). Take 3
doses throughout the day and a dose before bed to assure a quiet night.
Best combined with other respiratory antispasmodics (e.g., Skunk Cabbage,
Cautions: Unreliable in acute asthma attacks or heart
attacks. Avoid long exposure to sunlight or ultraviolet radiation while
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