Guduchyadi Kwath is an Ayurvedic remedy that aids in the treatment of fever and conditions related to burning sensations, lack of appetite, and vomiting. Additionally, it possesses the ability to balance Pitta-Kapha doshas.
Guduchyadi Kwath, an Ayurvedic medicine, is a reliable solution for burning sensations caused by heartburn, acid reflux, gastritis, nausea, and vomiting. Furthermore, it is known to enhance immunity and improve resistance to fever, according to Ayurveda’s principles of reducing Pitta Dosha and Kapha Dosha vitiation.
Ingredients of Guduchyadi Kwath
Giloy (Guduchi) – Tinospora Cordifolia – 1 Part
Giloy, also known as ‘amrita’ in Ayurveda, possesses a wide range of medicinal properties. Renowned for its anti-arthritic, digestive, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancerous, and blood-purifying qualities, this herb is highly valued in the field of Ayurvedic medicine. Notably, Giloy is a crucial component in the treatment of viral fever.
Dhania (Coriander) – Coriandrum Sativum – 1 Part
Dhania possesses medicinal properties and is utilized in Ayurveda for the treatment of various ailments, including stomach disorders and fevers.
RaktaChandan (Red Sandalwood) – 1 Part
Pterocarpus Santalinus, also known as Lal Chandan, is widely utilized in Ayurvedic medicine for its ability to alleviate various ailments.
This includes but is not limited to vomiting, chronic fever, excessive thirst, fatigue, cold, psychiatric disorders, nasal bleeding, heavy periods, menorrhagia, diarrhea, gastritis, burning sensation, and skin infections.
Neem – Azadirachta Indica – 1 Part
In Ayurveda, neem is typically used to balance pitta and kapha. Its cold, light, and dry qualities tend to aggravate vata.
Padmaka (Wild Himalayan Cherry) – Prunus Cerasoides – 1 Part
Its main application is in the treatment of back pain, eczema, and wounds. Additionally, it aids in the management of arthritis and neck pain.
Water – 16 part
The combination of the above ingredients is known as guducyadigana.
Guduchyadi Kwath Method of Preparation:
Prepare the decoction of the above-mentioned ingredients reduced to 1/8th part by boiling.
Method of administration:
Internal – Adult – 30 ml TDS, Child- 15 ml TDS
Pharmacological property: Dipana
Indications of Guduchyadi Kwath:
Dāha, hrillāsa, triṣṇa, chardi and aruci.
Reference of guduchyadi Kwath:
Sharangadhara Samhita Madhyam Khanda chapter 2
स यथा – गुडूचीधान्यकारिष्टरक्तचन्दनपद्मकैः।
गुडूच्यादिगणक्याथः सर्वज्वरहरः स्मृतः ।।8।।
दीपनो दाहहृल्लासतृष्णाछर्घरुचीर्जयेत् ।
It aids in alleviating the discomfort caused by a burning sensation, such as in the treatment of heartburn, acid reflux, gastritis, nausea, and vomiting.
Giloy (Guduchi) – Tinospora Cordifolia, Dhania (Coriander) – Coriandrum Sativum, Lal Chandan (Red Sandalwood), Neem – Azadirachta Indica, Padmaka (Wild Himalayan Cherry) – Prunus Cerasoides ,water
2 Pala (96ml)