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Agnivardhak Vati is an Ayurvedic medicine. This medicine is useful in treating digestive weakness, poor appetite, indigestion, etc. The literal meaning of Agnivardhak is one which increases Agni. Here Agni implies, the force residing within the body that creates digestion. It is responsible for the transformation of one substance into another or metabolism. Agni is contained within Pitta and includes the digestive function, sense perception, cellular metabolism and mental assimilation. It is also responsible for regular appetite, taste, digestion, metabolism, assimilation, and absorption. This medicine improves this force for better digestion.
Here is given more about Agnivardhak Vati such as indication/therapeutic uses, composition, and dosage.
Key Ingredients of Agnivardhak Vati
Kala namak, Nausadar, Gol Mirch, Aak ke phul ki laung
All the above ingredients are taken in equal amount in dried form. They are ground and sieved through a cloth to get very fine powder which is mixed with lemon juice and rolled into pills.
Uses of Agnivardhak Vati
Agnivardhak Vati is a tasty combination of natural products that stimulates digestion. Good digestion is key to good appetite and assimilation. Chewing of this pill improves taste of mouth. This medicine can be taken for impaired digestion, low appetite, bloating, constipation, Belching and similar conditions.
For abdominal pain, 2 pills of this medicine with hot water gives instant relief.
For chronic Indigestion, this medicine is a good remedy.
The Dosage of Agnivardhak Vati
The recommended dosage of Agnivardhak Vati is 1 tablet, 3-4 times a day. Chew or take with hot water. Or take as directed by a physician.