Aragwadhadi Kashayam is a very famous Ayurvedic medicine in liquid form. It can be recommended both for external as well internal administration and available in Tablet form also.
Synonyms: Aragwadhadi Kashaya, Aragvadhadi kashayam
Aragwadhadi Kashayam Ingredients:
Aragwadha – Cassia fistula
Indrayava – Holarrhena antidysenterica
Patali – Stereospermum suaveolens
Kakatikta – Trichosanthes tricuspidata
Nimba – Azadirachta indica
Amruta – Tinospora cordifolia
Madhusrava – Moringa oleifera / Marsdenia tenacissima
Sruvavriksha – Butea monosperma
Pata – Cyclea peltata
Bhunimba – Andrographis paniculata
Saireyaka – Strobilanthes ciliatus
Patola – Trichosanthes cucumerina
Karanja – Pongamia glabra
Pootikaranja – Holopteila integrifolia
Saptachada – Alstonia scholaris
Agni – Plumbago zeylanica
karavella – Bitter gourd – Momordica charantia
Bana – Tephrosia purpurea
Madanaphala – Randia dumetorum
It is prepared by decoction process in which the mixture of herbs is added to 8 parts of water, boiled and reduced to quarter part, filtered.
Aragwadhadi kashayam benefits:
It is used in the Ayurvedic treatment of vomiting, diabetes, anemia, skin diseases with itching and non healing wounds, good for Dhara in petit wounds, kaphaja fever and scabies etc. Physicians recommend this for treating obesity and diabetes too.
Effective in Kapha and Pitta related ailments.
Aragwadhadi Kashayam Dosage:
The dose is 12 – 24 ml along with equal quantity of water, before food, at about 6 am and 6pm or as directed by the physician.
For Dhara- mix 15 ml in 300 ml of warm water and distill.
Food to be taken while consuming the medicine:
Meal should be of broken rice with boiled vegetables and buttermilk. Chillies, tamarind and salt must be avoided. Rock salt, ghee, bitter gourd, elephant yam, plantains, green gram, ginger etc are allowed. Bathe only every 3rd or 4th day, that too not in cold water.
Aragwadhadi Kashayam Side Effects:
There are no known side effects of this medicine. Though a very high dosage may cause gastritis.