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Indukantam – A Ray of Hope for Increasing Immunity

Indukantam – A Ray of Hope for Increasing Immunity

by Kottakkal Support November 01, 2020

Indukantam – A Ray of Hope for Increasing Immunity 

Indukantam is a well-known Ayurvedic formula that boosts immunity. According to the classical texts, it relieves Jwaram (fever) and increases Balavadhanam (strength and immunity).

The name Indukantam has several meanings. Indu means “moon” and Kanthi means “color of complexion.” Combined, the name indicates this formula makes the skin glow as beautiful as the moon.

Indukantam helps the skin glow through its power to rejuvenate Pitta digestion along with vata circulation, which is how it strengthens immunity. 

Digestion begins with Pachaka Pitta (digestive Pitta) located in the lower stomach and small intestines it metabolizes or extracts the nutrients that are needed to build immunity. The circulating energy of Samana Vayu (digestive circulation) and Vyana Vayu (peripheral circulation) transports the nutrients via Ranjaka Pitta (blood and liver metabolism) to the micro vessels where it reaches Bhrajaka Pitta (skin metabolism) where it imparts color to the skin. If this process is working as it should, the result is a vibrant, glowing complexion…a sign of true health.    

Symptoms of fever are classified under Vatika, Paithika and Kaphaja, the many varied symptoms of Covid-19 are associated with fever. In this situation it is difficult for one single remedy to be effective. According to Ayurveda, all illness starts with digestion and Indukantam specifically works to restore the digestive mechanism, which helps the body fight illness and restore immunity.

To help enhance immunity, doctors from Arya Vaidya Sala, Kottakkal have advocated for the use of Indukantam.

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 Kottakkal Ayurveda offers two versions of this powerful herbal formula: Indukantam Kwatham (Tablets) and Indukanta Ghritam (Herbal Ghee)!

Tablets are a good option when Vata is associated with Kapha or ama and the ghritam is a good option when Vata is associated with Pitta. We recommend consulting an Ayurvedic practitioner to fully understand if one of these formulas could benefit your health.  

Benefits of Indukantam: 

  • Increases physical strength and immunity
  • Increases a weak appetite and digestion
  • Alleviates abdominal colic and pain
  • Relieves chronic and intermittent fever
  • Relieves gas and bloating
  • Improves skin complexion
  • Rejuvenates a person who is debilitated

Ingredients: 

To improve immunity, it contains a combination of many powerful herbs, including Njethaval bark (Holoptelea integrifolia), Devadaaram (Cedrus deodara) Dasamoolam, Shadphalam and Induppu. 

  • Indukantam Kwatham - Relieves fevers and gastritis and strengthens the physical body and immunity.
  • Indukanta Ghritam - Often used in Panchakarma; relieves fevers and gastritis and strengthens the physical body and immunity.

Related Article:  Herbs to Enhance Immunity in Winter Months.  

Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Kottakkal Ayurveda products and this information is not intended for use in the diagnosis, treatment, cure or prevention of any disease. If you have 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 mailto:contact@kottakkal.shop and we will provide you with one of our affiliated Ayurvedic professionals. Check with your doctor before taking herbs when pregnant or nursing.




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