Reducing asthma attacks: A study published in the Journal of Ethnopharmacology in 2018 found that the sesquiterpene lactone found in the Indian premium can have anti-allergic properties.
1-On the other hand, it is worth noting that the Indian premium can cause an allergic reaction in people who suffer from allergies to plants of the stellate family, and therefore it is recommended to consult a doctor before using the Indian premium in the event of this type of allergy, and you can read more about that in the caveats section. Use the Indian installment below.

2-Reducing blood sugar levels: One of the studies published in the journal Phytotherapy Research in 2008, and conducted on mice, indicated that the extract of the roots of the Indian premium has anti-high levels of sugar and fat in the blood, in addition to its antioxidant effect, which can be useful for controlling On diabetes and its complications, but these effects are uncertain in humans, and more studies are still needed to confirm this.

3-Other benefits: It is believed that the Indian premium may provide benefits for some cases, but there is not enough evidence to confirm its effectiveness, and we mention in the following some of these benefits: 

4-Reducing digestive problems and gases.
 Reducing menstrual problems. Reducing liver and kidney problems.
 Reducing joint pain. Cough relief. Alleviation of dysentery symptoms; It is an inflammation of the intestine, especially the colon, that leads to severe diarrhea. 
Reducing the risk of cholera. Reducing the risk of developing hemorrhoids (in English: Hemorrhoids).

Safe Doses of Indian Premium

The safe dose of Indian premium depends on many factors; Such as: the person’s age, health condition, and so on, and at the present time there is not enough scientific information to determine the safe doses of the Indian premium, and it should be noted that natural products are not necessarily safe, and therefore knowing the appropriate doses of them is essential, as it must be Follow the directions on the product label, and consult your pharmacist or doctor before use.