Aragwadh Arishtam, also known as Aragvadhadi Arishtam, is an Ayurvedic herbal liquid preparation. “Arishta” or “Arishtam” refers to a fermented herbal tonic or decoction in Ayurveda. This particular arishta is named after its main ingredient, Aragvadha (Cassia fistula), which is a medicinal plant known for its purgative and detoxifying properties in Ayurveda.
Aragwadh Arishtam is typically prepared through a fermentation process that involves soaking various medicinal herbs, including Aragvadha, in water and allowing them to naturally ferment over a period of time. This fermentation process is believed to enhance the extraction of active compounds from the herbs, making them more bioavailable and potent.
This Ayurvedic formulation is primarily used for digestive and detoxification purposes. It is believed to have the following potential benefits:
As with any Ayurvedic preparation, it’s important to use Aragwadh Arishtam under the guidance of a qualified Ayurvedic practitioner. Dosage and usage instructions can vary based on individual constitution, health condition, and other factors. Ayurvedic treatments are holistic and individualized, so it’s advisable to consult with a practitioner before incorporating any herbal formulations into your health regimen.
The main ingredient of is Aragwadha (Indian laburnum/pudding pipe tree-Cassia Fistula).
It is prepared under the Reference of Sahasrayogam
Antiseptic, Anti-toxic, Anti-infective, Antipyretic, Anti-inflammatory, Blood Purifier, Lipolytic, Purgative, Kaphaghnam and Urinary Antiseptic.
Arya Vaidya Sala, Kottakkal.
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