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Guggulutiktam Kwatham Product Highlight

Guggulutiktam Kwatham Product Highlight

by Kate Lewin October 17, 2016

Guggulutiktam Kwatham Tablets
Guggulutiktakam Kwatham Tablets, also known as Guggulutiktakam Kashayam Tablets, balances both Vata and Pitta Dosha.

They are commonly used to support the treatment of:

  • Gout
  • Fever
  • Piles
  • Cysts
  • Ulcers
  • Anemia
  • Asthma
  • Tumors
  • Skin diseases
  • Heart diseases
  • Chronic cough
  • Spleen diseases
  • Metabolic dysfunction
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

Guggulutiktakam Kwatham Tablets cools and soothes inflammation in the body that stems from aggravated Pitta Dosha. Conditions such as psoriasis and arthritis have traditionally been treated with these herbs.They also strengthen digestion and purify the blood.


While taking this product, meals should consist of rice with cooked vegetables and small amounts of buttermilk. Pitta-provoking foods like chilis, tamarind and excess salt should be avoided. Rock salt, ghee, and balancing vegetables like sweet potatoes and kale can be eaten. A gentle cleanse of kitchari for a week or so is a great option while taking Guggulutiktakam. 


Common dosage is 1 – 2 tablets once or twice a day before food or on an empty stomach.

Commonly used product combinations
Guggulutiktakam Kashayam Tablets are used along Mahatiktam Kwatham Tablets to help heal fistula and open wounds.
Guggulutiktakam Kashayam Tablets are used along with Manjishtadi Kwatham Tablets to help treat skin disorders and tumors.

Duration of use

It can be used for a long period of time on a daily basis. Discuss with an experienced practitioner.

Side effects
There are no known side effects associated with this medicine, though signs of overdosage include weakened digestion and diarrhea.

Price: $25.00
Sizes Available: 100 tablets

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Reference: Ashtangahridayam, Chikitsasthanam, Adhyayam 21, Vatavyadhichikitsa


The purpose of this article is to provide information about Ayurveda. This information is not intended for use in the diagnosis, treatment, cure or prevention of any disease. If you have any serious acute or chronic health problems please consult a trained health professional. If you are seeking the medical advice of a trained Ayurvedic practitioner or doctor, call (800) 215-9934 or email us at and we will provide you with our affiliated practitioners. Check with your doctor before taking herbs or using essential oils when pregnant or nursing.

Kate Lewin
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