Aragwadharishtam Uses, Dose, Ingredients, Side Effects

Aragwadha Arishtam is an Ayurvedic medicine used for various skin diseases. It is also known as Aragwadharishta, Aragvadharishtam. It contains about 5 – 7 % of self generated natural alcohol in it. This self generated alcohol and the water present in the product acts as a media to deliver water and alcohol soluble the active herbal components to the body. 

Uses of Aragwadharishtam:
This is a purifying tonic, which can help the body get rid of old blood and flush out the system of any toxins left inside.
The skin becomes clearer.

Indications of Aragwadha arishtam:
All types of skin disorders.
Krimi – Intestinal worm infestation
Arsha – Piles
Vrana – Ulcers

Ingredients of Aragwadharistam:
Aragwadha (Cassia fistula)
Guda (jaggery)
Madhu (honey)
Vidangasara (Embelica ribes)
Amalaki (Embelica officinale)
Haritaki (Terminalia chebula)
Trivrit (Ipomea turpenthum)
Ela (Elettaria cardamomum)
Lavanga (Syzygium aromaticum)
Maricha (Piper nigrum)

Direction for usage of Aragwadharishtam:
15-25 ml twice daily, before food or as advised by the physician. If the taste is too strong, it can be added with equal amount of water, before administration.
Dose for children: 5 ml, mixed with 5 ml of water, 2 times a day before or after food.

Side effects of Aragwadharishtam:

  • Over dosage may cause gastric irritation.
  • Avoid self medication with this product.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Consult your doctor for its usage during pregnancy or lactation.

Shelf life of Aragwadharishtam: Quality increases with time. 10 years from the date of manufacturing.
Manufacturer of Aragwadharishtam: Arya Vaidya Sala, Kottakkal.
Read related: Easy Ayurveda Home Remedy For Daily Skin Detox


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Comments

  1. T. Chandra Shekara bhat says:

    Dr. Hebbar, is there any difference between Aragwadharistam and Aragwadha Kashayam.

    • Dr Malini Bhat says:

      Sir, To prepare the arishta first the Kashayam is made and other drugs are added like Jaggery, Prakshepa dravyas etc.,

      Aragwadha kashayam consists of the drug and Aragwadharistham on the other hand has a list of other drugs along with Aragwadha.

  2. Khuzaima says:

    Dear Dr my child and myself both r taking following medcns
    Myself – KUTAJARISHTAM for ulceritive colitis
    My daughter (araghwadarishtam mixed with indukantam kashayam for skin allergy and loss of appetite.
    We are taking this medcn since a mnth…I would like to ask u tht we r not permitted to take any kind of alcohol even in medcns.
    In above medcn I hve heard few % of self generated natural alcohol is present.
    Pls explain what do u mean by self generated natural alcohol??
    Is there any better substitute for these medcns in Ayurveda?

    • Hi, in Arishtam and Asavam, through fermentation process, alcohol is self generated. If you are not allowed to include any alcohol containing medicines, then Kutaja ghanavati tablet can be the substitute for Kutajarishta and Aragwadhadi kashayam tablet can be the substitute for Aragwadharishtam. Please consult your Ayurveda doctor for the right dose.

  3. Is it reduces semen quantity and useful in useful in ringworm

  4. hello sir,
    I have been using kankayana vati for external piles for two months.Can i use aragwadharishta along with it mere as a blood purifier?

  5. Raghuram says:

    Respected sir,
    Does regular consumption of aragwadarishta lead to male infertility? Why i am asking that it is said that aragwda cause anti-fertility!

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