Amrita Bindu is an Ayurvedic medicine containing salt, spices and herbs. This combination is an antioxidant that protects body against free radical induced oxidative damage. It is also a useful medicine for digestive diseases. Here is given more about Amrita Bind such as indication/therapeutic uses, composition and dosage.
Key Ingredients of Amrita Bindu
Each 100ml is prepared out of Sunthi Zingiber officinale 3.7gm, Pippali Piper longum 3.7gm, Neem Azadirachta Indica 3.7gm, Achyranthes aspera 3.7gm, Ela Elettaria cardamomum 3.7gm, Cinnamomum zeylanicum 3.7gm, Maricha Piper nigrum 3.7gm, Amaltas Cassia fistula 3.7gm, Ashwagandha Withania somnifera 3.7gm, Apium graveolens 3.7gm, Shatavari Asparagus racemosus 3.7gm, Pistacia integerrima 3.7gm, Strychnos nuxvomica 3.7gm, Sugar 30gm, Navasara sudhi 50 mg, Chapala 10 mg, Karpoora 100 mg, Honey 10ml
Uses of Amrita Bindu
Amrita Bindu is given in treatment of ulcer (gastric and duodenal), acidity, gastritis, ulcerative colitis and amoebiasis.
Dosage of Amrita Bindu
The recommended dosage of Amrita Bindu is 2ml with 30ml boiled and cooled water, thrice a day daily after food. The medicine should be taken for three months continuously.
Warning: Since this medicine contains ingredients like kanjiram (Strychnos nux-vomica), navasaram (Ammonium chloride) it is not advisable to consume the product more than the allowed dosage. It may lead to giddiness, fainting, and head ache.