‘Amrut’ meaning elixir is a synonym of Guduchi (Tinosporia cordifolia). It lauds the superior healing capacity of the herb Amrutharishta as a combination of Amrut with herbal drugs that help the body in fighting off infection and disease. Traditionally prescribed by Vaidyas in ‘Jwaras’ of varied origin, Amrutharishtam has the distinct advantage of breaking down aggravated ‘Kapha’ and ‘Pitta’ elements that make the body prone to metabolic dysfunction, fever, cold, and infection.
Arishtas are formulations in a mild and sweet alcoholic base. Amrutharishtam is palatable, can be administered to children and adults alike and is quick-acting in nature.
Features & benefits of Amrutharishtam:
- Amrutharishtam is a combination of Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia), Parpataka (Oldenlandia corymbosa), Musta (Cyperus rotundus), Ativisha (Aconitum heterophyllum), Indrayava (Holorrhoena antidysentrica), Katuki (picorrhiza kurroa), Dasamoola (group of ten anti-inflammatory roots) etc. in a sweet and mildly alcoholic base.
- It stimulates appetite and improves digestion. The combination is conducive to the Jatharagni as it stimulates the digestive fire and keeps it competent.
- It relieves abdominal flatulence and colic arising from indigestion.
- It rectifies metabolic disorders and improves liver function.
- Amrut (Tinospora cordifolia) balances the pitta element in the body. It cools the body and encourages pachana. It encourages tissue-level metabolism.
- It reaches into deeper tissues and expels metabolic waste and toxins.
- It breaks down ‘Ama’ or disease-causing complexes in the body.
- Amrutharishtam is beneficial in relieving fatigue and body pain associated with chronic fever.
Adult: 25-30 ml Amrutharishtam twice or thrice daily after food.
Child: 10-15 ml Amrutharishtam once or twice daily after food.
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