Arogyam Agnitundi Vati is an ancient ayurvedic medicine to maintain a healthy intestine and digestion process. It balances three doshas Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. This is a pure and natural herbal formulation containing harataki, ajamoda, yavaksara, lavana, etc., all these ingredients stimulate the release of digestive juices to repair digestion problems like indigestion, poor appetite, tastelessness, gas, abdominal pain, loss of appetite, etc. The ingredients of Agnitundi Vati have the purpose to balance air elements (Vata) in the body.
Dosage: Take 1 or 2 tablets twice a day with lukewarm water or as directed by the physician.
Suta Parada: It is used to boost the immune system, to improve digestive problems.
Visha (Vatsanabha): Help to manage indigestion, piles, diarrhea, and asthma.
Gandhaka: It helps loosen the bowel and encourages excretion which is helpful in the treatment of constipation.
Ajamoda: Commonly used as a remedy for gastrointestinal problems like indigestion, flatulence, and colic pain. It possesses carminative, antimicrobial, and liver-protective properties.
Haritaki: Helps in relieving all sorts of digestive problems.
Amalaki: Helps improve digestion and relieve acidity. Also helps manage sugar levels.
Svarjiksara: It is a commonly used antacid to relieve the symptoms of heartburn and indigestion.
Yavaksara: It acts as an ayurvedic remedy for treating painful urinary, urinary incontinence, abdominal pain, bloating, and ascites.
Vahni (Chitrak): It is used as carminative, digestive, & useful in hemorrhoids. It has anti-inflammatory, and anti-colic activity.
Jiraka: It helps prevent digestive disorders like indigestion and flatulence due to its carminative property.
Vidanga: Also known as false black pepper; used to expel worms and parasites from the stomach due to its anthelmintic properties. It relieves constipation, pain, indigestion, weak digestion.
Tankana: It helps to control bloating.
Visamusti: It is useful in improving digestion and removal of toxic substances. Helps in the strengthening of muscles, joints, and bones.
Jambiramla (Jambira): Citrus lemon – a rich source of vitamin C; is a common remedy to help manage nausea and it helps to promote digestion.
Sendhava Lavana, Sauvarcala Lavana, Samudra Lavana: The addition of salts i.e. samudra lavana, saindhava lavana, suvarchal lavana and vida lavana in the formulation balances the electrolytes, keeps the body hydrated. It also improves digestion, bloating and treats the common cold, sore throat, and other cough and cold symptoms.
1. Is it safe to take Agnitundi Vati?
Ans. It is safe to take without a prescription for mild gastric problems. But must be used with consulting doctor.
2. What is the Effect of Tridosha (Vata, Pitta, Kapha)?
Ans. Vata Reducing Pitta Increasing Kapha Reducing
3. Does it contain non-herbal ingredients?
Ans. Yes, Mercury and Sulphur. But it is purified and processed.
4. How long can I take this medicine?
Ans. Please consult a doctor depending on your condition.
5. What is the Best time to take Agnitundi Vati?
Ans. It should be taken after the meal. Try to take at the same time daily.
6. Who can take it?
Ans. It can be taken by adult men and women. It is not advisable for pregnant women and children.