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Amritarishtam 450ml

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Amritarishta

Amritarishta, also known as Amrutharishtam or Amritarishtam, is a polyherbal Ayurvedic liquid formula advised as a choice of remedy in different types of fevers. It is used as an antioxidant providing aid in the treatment of fever, cough, and cold[1]. The main ingredient of Amritarishta is Tinospora Cordifolia, ‘Guguchi or Giloy’, which adds antioxidant and immunomodulatory properties to the medicine, helpful in treating various illnesses. It also contains Dashmool, a mix of 10 herbs, adding multiple properties to the overall mix.

According to Ayurveda, Amritarishta is known to have Javarghana (antipyretic) property which helps in reducing fever. Apart from that, its Deepan (appetizer) and Pachan (digestive) properties also indirectly help in controlling fever by digesting Ama (toxic remains in the body due to improper digestion). These digestive properties also help to manage the loss of appetite, thirst, bloating, and flatulence. Amritarishta also has Rasayana (rejuvenating) property which helps to increase immunity and promote longevity.

Amritarishta is available in liquid/syrup form. You can take 15-20ml Amritarishta or as directed by the physician to get relief from fever. Mix it with equal amounts of lukewarm water to dilute its taste a little. Take it once or twice a day, preferably after meals.

Amritarishta is generally well tolerated and does not have any side effects when taken in the recommended dose. However, it is advisable to consult the doctor before using Amritarishta.

What is Amritarishta made of?

What are the synonyms of Amritarishta?

Amritarishta syurp

What is the source of Amritarishta?

Plant Based

BENEFITS OF AMRITARISHTA

1. Chronic fever:
Chronic or persistent fevers are the type of fever that lasts more than 10 to 14 days. It could be caused due to a mild infection or chronic condition. As per Ayurveda, there are two factors that can lead to high fever, the first is Ama (toxic remains in the body due to improper digestion) and the second is any foreign particle or organisms that invade the body. Amritarishta helps in reducing fever due to its Javarghana (antipyretic) property. Its Deepan (appetizer) and Pachan (digestive) properties also help reduce fever by improving digestion and absorption of food, preventing the formation of Ama. It also improves immunity to fight foreign particles or organisms due to its Rasayana property.Tip
– Take 15-20ml Amritarishta or as directed by the physician
– Mix with an equal quantity of lukewarm water
– Have it twice a day, preferably after meals
# This will help provide relief from the symptoms of chronic fever.2. Cough and cold:
A cough is quite a common ailment, which usually happens with the cold. It is commonly known as Kapha disorder in Ayurveda. A cough is generally caused by the accumulation of mucus in the respiratory tract. Amritarishta is an effective herb in managing cough and cold. Amritarishta controls cough, releases mucus, clears air passages, thus allowing the patient to breathe freely. This is due to its Kapha balancing property.3. Liver disease:
Liver problems could be due to genetic reasons or as a result of various factors that damage the liver, such as viruses, excess alcohol use, and obesity. Amaritarishta is a well-known Ayurvedic classical preparation which helps to promote liver health. It is very effective against jaundice, liver enlargement, and other liver disorders. It protects the liver from infection and maintains its proper function. Along with that, it improves digestion because of its Deepan (appetizer) and Pachan (digestive) properties which aid in improving overall liver conditions.4. Weak immunity:
Our immune system is the first line of defense against various infections. Weak immunity can affect our body’s ability to fight against invading viruses, making the body susceptible to severe infections. The concept of immunity has been widely described in detail in Ayurvedic texts as Vyadhikshamatva (immunomodulatory). Amritarishta helps increase immunity and promote longevity due to its Rasayana (rejuvenating) property. It helps fight against infections in the body and prevent recurrent seasonal infections.

5. Loss of appetite:
Loss of appetite is a condition in which there is little or no urge to eat. In Ayurveda, loss of appetite is compared with Agnimandya (weak digestion). Loss of appetite is caused by an aggravation of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha doshas. Other than that, psychological factors can also lead to incomplete digestion of food, causing insufficient secretion of gastric juice in the stomach which results in appetite loss. Amaritarishta enhances the Pachak Agni (digestive fire) which helps digest the food easily. Digestive stimulants like Amritarishta are often used in Ayurveda to treat loss of appetite. They help manage the loss of appetite, thirst, bloating, and flatulence.

PRECAUTIONS WHEN USING AMRITARISHTA

Advice from Experts
ayurvedic
AYURVEDIC VIEW
Amritarishta contains Jaggery as an ingredient which may affect blood sugar levels. People with diabetes should consult the doctor before taking Amritarishta.
Breastfeeding
scientific
MODERN SCIENCE VIEW
Enough evidence is not available to suggest its use while breastfeeding. Kindly consult your doctor before using it
Patients with heart disease
scientific
MODERN SCIENCE VIEW
Patients on medication for hypertension should consult their doctor before using Amritarishta.
Pregnancy
scientific
MODERN SCIENCE VIEW
Enough evidence is not available to suggest its use in the case of pregnancy. Kindly consult your doctor before using it.

RECOMMENDED DOSAGE OF AMRITARISHTA

  • Amritarishta Syrup – 15-20ml twice a day or as directed by the physician.

HOW TO USE AMRITARISHTA

– Take 15-20ml Amritarishta or as directed by the physician
– Mix with equal quantity of water
– Have it twice a day, preferably after meals
# This will help get relief from the symptoms of chronic fever.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q. What is the use of Amritarishta?

ayurvedic
AYURVEDIC VIEW
Amritarishta is used in the treatment of chronic fever, typhoid fever, and other infectious diseases. It is a natural immunity booster which helps increase the body’s immunity, helping the body to fight off bacterial as well as viral infections.

Q. Can we take Amritarishta daily?

ayurvedic
AYURVEDIC VIEW
You can take Amritarishta as recommended by your physician. It is advisable to take it twice a day for at least 2-3 months.

Q. How do you drink Amritarishta?

ayurvedic
AYURVEDIC VIEW
Amritarishta can be taken twice a day, preferably after meals. Take 15-20ml Amritarishta, mix it with equal amounts of water and drink it twice a day. You can also drink it as directed by the physician.

Q. Can Amritarishta be taken without a doctor’s consultation?

ayurvedic
AYURVEDIC VIEW
It is advisable to consult a doctor before taking any herbal medications.

Q. Is there any diet rule to be followed while taking Amritarishta?

ayurvedic
AYURVEDIC VIEW
There are no special instructions to be followed while taking Amritarishta unless advised by the doctor. Generally, with ayurvedic medicines, it is advised to reduce the intake of spicy food, junk food, and aerated drinks.

Q. Can a diabetic person take Amritarishta?

ayurvedic
AYURVEDIC VIEW
Amritarishta contains Jaggery as an ingredient which may affect blood sugar levels. Therefore, people with diabetes should consult a doctor before taking Amritarishta.

Q. What are the side effects of Amritarishta?

ayurvedic
AYURVEDIC VIEW
Amritarishta is generally well tolerated by people when taken in prescribed doses. Self-medication should be avoided.

Q. Can Amritarishta be taken for long periods of time?

ayurvedic
AYURVEDIC VIEW
Amritarishta should be taken for the duration prescribed by the doctor only. If you wish to use it for a longer duration, consult the doctor.

Q. Can Amritarishta be taken with multivitamins?

ayurvedic
AYURVEDIC VIEW
It is advisable to consult a doctor before taking Amritarishta with multivitamins to avoid any contraindications.

REFERENCES

  1. Tiwari P. Antimicrobial Activity of Amritarishta Prepared by Traditional and Modern Methods. Asian J Pharm Res. 4(2), 2014. External Link
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 What is the use of Amritarishta? Amritarishta is used in the treatment of chronic fever, typhoid fever, and other infectious diseases. It is a natural immunity booster which helps increase the body’s immunity, helping the body to fight off bacterial as well asviral infections.

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