Amritarishta or Amrutarishta is an Ayurvedic medicine in liquid form that contains Ayurvedic ingredients like Guduchi, Dashmool, Gur, Shweta Jeerak, Parpataka, Saptaparna, and others. It helps cure chronic fever. It is also a mild analgesic and it detoxifies body after strong fever. Amritarishta purifies blood and used as a haematogenic tonic. It helps boost immunity in children and adults and prevents catching seasonal coughs and cold.
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Here are some of the benefits of Amritarishta:
Benefits of Amritarishta
Amritarishta is an Ayurvedic liquid that contains anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that help boosts immunity in children and adults. You can have 10-24 ml of Amritarishta two times a day after your meals.
Prevents Cold and Cough
Amritarishta helps treat seasonal cold and cough as it contains anti-inflammatory properties. It fights germs and other infections and prevents them from causing common cold and cough. You can have Amritarishta after your meals twice a day for best results.
Malaria causes a high fever which needs proper medication, care, and attention. Doctors advise taking Amritarishta to cure Malaria as it is an Ayurvedic treatment. It helps to detoxify the body after strong fever and it also helps develop blood vessels.
Amritarishta helps to regulate your digestion and bowel movements. If you suffer from constipation and other digestive issues, having Amritarishta twice a day can help you cure all your stomach issues.
Uses of Amritarishta
- Purifies blood
- Cures Anemia
- Regulates bowel movements
- Cures recurring fevers
How To Consume Amritarishta
- You can take Amritarishta twice a day after your meals
- 10 ml-24 ml is sufficient in a day for any adult or child
- You can mix it with honey if you have a sore throat
Side Effects of Amritarishta
Amritarishta is 100% natural and Ayurvedic. It does not possess any side effects but over-consumption of Amritarishta causes stomach irritation. It is always recommended to consult your physician before taking Amritarishta.