Amrita Arishta is an Ayurvedic preparation utilizing Guduchi or Amrita as the primary herb. It is well known for its antipyretic action and useful for all types of fever both acute or chronic. It’s effective for all fever-related symptoms of weakness, fatigue, and body ache. Amrita Arishtam is a potent immune modulator that helps to activate, boost, or restore normal immune function.
Amrita Arishtam and all arishtams are made with sugar and self-generates about 5-10 percent alcohol. The alcohol is very important as it extracts the properties of the herbs and increases the absorption into the body. Amrita Arishtam balances all dosas and is especially useful for pitta.
Always consult your Ayurvedic Doctor or Practitioner for the correct recommendation for taking Amrita Arishtam or any Kottakkal Ayurvedic products. The general recommendation is 15 – 30 ml taken with warm water, 2 X’s per day after food.
One of the most senior Ayurvedic experts of our time, Padma Bushan Dr. P.K. Warrier the Managing Trustee and Medical Director of the 118-year-old Arya Vaidya Sala, Kottakkal, India talks briefly on the Ayurvedic potential for the current coronavirus pandemic.
Herbal steam inhalation is a great way to help open congested sinuses and bronchial airways caused by a cold, flu, or allergy. Herbal steams are also used before Nasya therapies to help open the nasal airway.
The steam from the boiling water is often sufficient to help congestion; however, by adding herbs that help respiratory disorders, the effect is far more notable.
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