Other names: Abhayarishta or Abhayarishtam
Abhaya Arishtam balances both vata and kapha dosa in the intestines. It improves digestive fire which helps in properly digesting the food. It also relieves gas, bloating, and heaviness in the stomach. It eases bowl evacuation by balancing apana vata dosa.
Bloating and constipation
Bleeding and non-bleeding hemorrhoids
Every 10 ml. is prepared out of:
Guda - Saccharum officinarum 3.650 g
Abhaya - Terminalia chebula 0.146 g
Dhatri - Phyllanthus emblica 0.292 g
Kapitha - Limonia accidissima 0.183 g
Vishala - Citrullus colocynthis 0.091 g
Lodhra - Symplocos cochinchinensis 0.037 g
Maricha - Black pepper 0.037 g
Krishna - Long pepper 0.037 g
Vella – False black pepper - Embelia ribes 0.037 g
Elavaluka - Prunus avium 0.037 g
Dhataki - Woodfordia fruticosa 0.292 g
12 – 24 ml. once or twice a day after eating, or as directed by an Ayurvedic practitioner. An equal quantity of water can also be added before drinking, since some may dislike its strong taste.
Common Product Combinations
Duration of Use
It can be used for a long period of time on a daily basis. Discuss with an experienced practitioner.
A very high single dosage of more than 50 ml. may cause loose bowel movements and stomach aches. Avoid this medicine during pregnancy.
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