Latin name of baiphloras identity dolichas, this Pulse(Dal) also known as horse village. The majority of Asian countries, including India, Nepal for centuries, using this pulse in (Kidney stone). People often drink this pulse in winter as mountain soup of lentils due to its warm trends. . It is a good source of Iron and even beneficial in abdominal diseases, including kidney.

Gahat Dal recipes:
1 onion
6 lanes of buds
1 small piece ginger
1 pinch asafoetida
1/2 tsp turmeric powder
1 tsp coriander powder
1/2chammach pepper powder (as needed)
Salt (as needed)
1chammach Garam Masala

First, In the small amounts of hot oil put the water soaked gahat dal followed in the above amount of powder, onion, ginger, add lanes etc, then after 1 minute mix all the spices the appropriate amount of salt and pepper and FRY for 1 minute after this, pressure cook it for 10 minutes, Let the pressure release itself now top sprinkle finely chopped pieces of coriander leaves and mix it too. Traditional mountainous gahat DAL is now prepared. It can be prepared in other ways.

Scientists consider it entihayparaglaysemik. It also control the resistance of the Insulin. Its seeds also has antioxidant properties. Indian Journal of Medical Research published in accordance with this Kidney stone to the dijolva qualities is a DAL. Ayurvedic therapists also use its Dal ashmari, diuretics and in Amenorrhea. According to a research published in NCBI it contains the properties to control weight.

This experiment is extremely beneficial for Stones (Kidney stone). Using this definitely will be quite useful-

You can say it A B C
A-kulatth seeds/ Cucumber seeds
B-cucumber seeds
C-gokshur seeds
All of these can be mixed and created a powdered churna. Offer this to Kidney stone patient 5 g in morning till 1 month amount. During this period ask patient to take abundant water to process the forced dye yuresis out.

Due to its contrast nature with the shilajeet it should not be in the intake at the same period.