Punarnavaristh is a traditional Ayurvedic herbal tonic crafted to support overall well-being and promote healthy kidney and liver functions. This potent formulation combines the power of natural ingredients to aid in detoxification and maintain a balanced metabolism. The Punarnavaristh comes in a 450ml bottle, offering a convenient and effective way to incorporate this Ayurvedic tonic into your daily routine.
- Punarnava (Boerhavia diffusa): Punarnava, also known as “hogweed,” is a key ingredient in this formulation. It is highly regarded in Ayurveda for its diuretic properties and its potential to support kidney and liver health.
- Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia): Giloy, commonly referred to as “heart-leaved moonseed,” is known for its immune-boosting properties. It may help strengthen the immune system and support overall well-being.
- Daruharidra (Berberis aristata): Daruharidra, also known as “Indian barberry,” possesses antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It may contribute to the overall health of the liver and support digestive functions.
- Kidney Health: It is believed to support the proper functioning of the kidneys and help maintain kidney health.
- Liver Support: Punarnavaristh may aid in liver detoxification processes and promote overall liver health.
- Urinary Tract Health: It is traditionally used for conditions related to the urinary tract, such as infections, inflammation, and discomfort.
- Fluid Retention (Edema): Due to its diuretic properties, it may help alleviate excess fluid retention in the body.
- Anemia Support: Some practitioners use it to support healthy blood hemoglobin levels, potentially benefiting individuals with anemia.
- Digestive Aid: It may help improve digestion and stimulate appetite.
- Heart Health: In certain cases, it may be used to support cardiovascular health.
- Menstrual Disorders: It is sometimes used to address specific menstrual irregularities.
- Anti-inflammatory Properties: It is believed to possess anti-inflammatory properties, which may be beneficial for conditions involving inflammation.
- Anti-microbial Effects: Some of the herbs in Punarnavaristh are traditionally known for their antimicrobial properties.
- Detoxification: It is thought to assist in the detoxification processes of the body.
To be Used:
- Kidney Disorders
- Liver Disorders
- Digestive Disorders
- Heart Health
The typical dosage of Punarnavaristh can vary based on factors such as age, individual constitution, specific health condition, and the form in which it is taken. However, it’s important to remember that I can offer general guidance based on traditional usage, but for personalized and safe dosing, it is crucial to consult with a qualified Ayurvedic practitioner or healthcare professional.
Typical Dosage for Punarnavaristh:
- Adults: The usual dosage for adults is 15-30 ml of Punarnavaristh, mixed with an equal quantity of water. This mixture is typically taken twice a day, after meals.
How to Take:
Punarnavaristh is an Ayurvedic herbal formulation traditionally used to support kidney, liver, and urinary tract health. Here are general instructions on how to take Punarnavaristh:
- Shake Well: Before each use, it’s important to shake the bottle well. This helps ensure that the ingredients are evenly distributed.
- Dilution: It is a concentrated liquid. To make it easier to consume and to reduce its potency, it’s typically diluted with an equal quantity of water. For example, if the recommended dosage is 15 ml, mix 15 ml of Punarnavaristh with 15 ml of water.
- After Meals: It is generally advised to take Punarnavaristh after meals. This can aid in digestion and absorption.
- Frequency: The usual frequency of administration is twice a day. However, the specific dosage and frequency may vary based on individual factors and the advice of an Ayurvedic practitioner.
When to Take:
Here are some general guidelines on when to take Punarnavaristh:
- After Meals: It is commonly advised to take Punarnavaristh after having a meal. This helps ensure that your stomach is not empty, which can sometimes lead to discomfort or irritation when taking herbal remedies.
- Twice a Day: In most cases, Punarnavaristh is taken twice a day. This frequency helps maintain a consistent level of the herbal formulation in your system.
- Consistency is Key: It’s important to take Punarnavaristh regularly, at roughly the same times each day, to experience its potential benefits.
Remember that these are general guidelines and the specific timing of Punarnavaristh may vary based on individual circumstances, including the specific advice of an Ayurvedic practitioner or healthcare provider.