Amrita Bindu Uses Details

Amrita Bindu is an Ayurvedic medicine containing salt, spices (Piper nigrum, Piper longum and Zingiber officinale), and herbs (Cyperus rotundus, Plumbago zeylanica, etc..

This combination is an antioxidant that protects the body against free radical induced oxidative damage. It is a useful medicine for digestive diseases and helps in Hyperacidity, Gastric Ulcer, Peptic Ulcer, Duodenal Ulcer, Flatulence, Burning Sensation of chest, Vomiting Sensation, Indigestion.

Here is given more about Amrita Bind such as indication/therapeutic uses, composition, and dosage.

  1. Synonyms: Amrit Bindu
  2. Availability: Online and at medical stores
  3. Type of medicine: health food supplement
  4. Main Indication: Antioxidant inducer and to combat free radical damage
  5. Dosha Effect: Balances Vata-Pitta-Kapha
  6. MRP/Price: 120 ml @ Rs 240.00

Key Ingredients of Amrita Bindu

  1. Each 100ml is prepared out of
  2. Sunthi Zingiber officinale 3.7gm
  3. Pippali Piper longum 3.7gm
  4. Neem Azadirachta Indica 3.7gm
  5. Apamarg Achyranthes aspera 3.7gm
  6. Ela Elettaria cardamomum 3.7gm
  7. Dalchini Cinnamomum zeylanicum 3.7gm
  8. Maricha Piper nigrum 3.7gm
  9. Amaltas Cassia fistula 3.7gm
  10. Ashwagandha Withania somnifera 3.7gm
  11. Ajmod Apium graveolens 3.7gm
  12. Shatavari Asparagus racemosus 3.7gm
  13. Karkatashringi Pistacia integerrima 3.7gm
  14. Kuchla Strychnos nuxvomica 3.7gm
  15. Mishri Sugar 30gm
  16. Navasara sudhi 50 mg
  17. Chapala 10 mg
  18. Kapoor Cinnamomum camphora 100 mg
  19. Honey 10ml

Know the Ingredients

Karpura is also known as Ghanasara, Chandra, Himahva, Himabaluka (Sanskrit) and Natural Camphor (English). It is obtained from the leaves, chipped wood and roots of Cinnamomum camphora (L.) Nees & Eberm. (Fam. Lauraceae) and whole plant of Ocimum kilimandscharicum Guerke (Fam. Lamiaceae) by hydro distillation process.

Karpura is colorless or white crystals, granules or crystalline masses. It has penetrating and characteristic odour and tastes pungent, aromatic, and followed by a sensation of cold. Kapoor has aromatic, bitter, thermogenic, diaphoretic, stimulant, antiseptic, pain relieving, expectorant, and anti-inflammatory activities.

Kapoor is used internally in small quantities for the treatment of colds and gastrointestinal complaints, but potentially neurotoxic if ingested in large doses. In excess it can cause delirium, spasms and respiratory control disturbances. Camphor should not be used during pregnancy.

  • Rasa (taste on the tongue): Madhura (Sweet), Katu (Pungent), Tikta (Bitter)
  • Guna (Pharmacological Action): Laghu (Light), Tikshna (Sharp), Shita (Cold)
  • Virya (Action): Shita (Cooling)
  • Vipaka (transformed state after digestion): Katu (Pungent)


  1. Chakshusya: that dravya which is beneficial to the eye is known as Chakshusya.
  2. Durgandhnashak: Bad odour remover.
  3. Hridya: Beneficial for the heart and mind.
  4. Kasahara: Removes cough.
  5. Lekhana: Drugs which dry up the body constituents and body secretions. Decrease Kapha and fat and emaciate the whole body.
  6. Madakarak: Causes intoxication.
  7. Pachana: Digests Ama but does not increase appetite.
  8. Shvasahara: Cures asthma.
  9. Vedanasthapana: Subsides pain, anodynes and analgesics.
  10. Vrishya: Increases the quantity of semen.

1 – Karpura is indicated in Adyaman (Flatulence with gurgling sound), Agnimandya (Digestive impairment), Amavata (Rheumatism), Aruci (Tastelessness), Atisara (Diarrhoea), Daha (Burning sensation), Dantapuya (Pyorrhoea), Dantashula (Toothache), Jirnapratishyaya (Chronic sinusitis), Kandu (Itching), Kantharoga (Disease of throat), Kasa (Cough), Klaibya (Male impotence), Krim(Helminthiasis/Worm infestation), Kushtha (Diseases of the skin), Medoroga (Obesity), Parshvashla (Intercoastal neuralgia and pleurodynia), Sandhishula (Joint pain), Svasa (Dyspnoea/Asthma), Trishna (Thirst), Tvakroga (Skin diseases), Vicarcika (Eczema), Vishavikara (Disorders due to poison), Vishuchika (Gastro-enteritis with piercing pain), Vrikkaroga (Renal disorder).

The recommended doses of Karpura is 125mg to 325 mg.

2 – Mishri / raw sugar / candy sugar or Rock candy consist of big white, sweet lumps of crystals. It is obtained by cooling supersaturated sugar solution.

It has demulcent, cooling, aphrodisiac properties. Mishri intake increases weight and gives energy. It reduces Vata/wind inside the body. It improves the taste of medicine. It is indicated in cough, burning in the chest, tastelessness, and digestive disorders. It increases bile secretion and supports digestion. The combination of fennel and Mishri is chewed after meals as mouth freshener.

3 – Trikatu is combination of dry ginger, black pepper and long pepper. It is effective for burning ama (metabolic waste and toxins) which is the prime cause of all disease. It supports better digestion and cures constipation. It stimulates the liver to secrete bile which is vital for fat digestion and absorption. Trikatu is used in the treatment of jaundice. It also balances Kapha.

4 – Shunthi (Synonyms: Zingiber officinale, Sukku, Chukku, Aushadha, Muhaushadha, Nagara, Vishva, Vishvabheshaja, Shringavera, Vishva) is dry ginger powder. It is hot in potency and increases Pitta and decreases Kapha. It is a digestive stimulant. Ginger is also used to give relief in seasickness and morning sickness.

5 – Maricha (Marich) is known as Gol Mirch, Kali Mirch or Black Pepper. It is dried unripe seeds of the plant, Piper nigrum a perennial shrub. It is pungent (Katu) in taste, hot in potency and pungent after digestion (Katu Vipak). It mainly works on digestive, circulatory and respiratory system. It is expectorant, carminative, antipyretic, anthelmintic and antiperiodic. Black Pepper is useful in difficult breathing, chronic indigestion, obesity, sinus congestion, fever, intermittent fever, cold extremities, colic, cooking spice, cholera, gastric ailments, gas, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, worms, sore throat and cough.

Black Pepper should be taken cautiously in High Pitta and digestive inflammations.

6 – Pippali is known as Pippali, Pipal, Long Pepper and Dried Catkins. It is fruits of a plant Piper longum. It is pungent (Katu) in taste, hot in potency and sweet (Madhur Vipak) after digestion. The main organs on which it works are digestive, reproductive and respiratory. It has analgesic, anthelmintic, aphrodisiac, carminative and expectorant properties and is used in the treatment of digestive and respiratory ailments such as gas, bloating, distension, digestive weakness, excess phlegm, asthma, bronchitis, colds, coughs and laryngitis. It is also used in rheumatic pain, gout, paralysis, etc. as it reduces Vata inside the body, gives relief in pain and digests Ama (toxic waste produced in the body to incomplete digestion).

Pippali increases Pitta inside the body. So people of Pitta nature should use it cautiously. Moreover, the long term and excessive use of Pippali is contraindicated in Ayurveda.

Pippali and Shunthi increases Agni (digestive fire) and destroys Ama in the body.

Biomedical Action

  1. Anti-asthmatic: Treat or prevent asthma attacks.
  2. Anti-inflammatory: Reducing inflammation by acting on body mechanisms.
  3. Antioxidant: Neutralize the oxidant effect of free radicals and other substances. Antioxidant potential of ingredients is in the following order: P. nigrum >P. longum > C. rotundus >P. zeylanica > Z. officinale
  4. Antiulcer: Tending to prevent or heal ulcers.
  5. Carminative: Preventing the formation or causing the expulsion of flatulence.
  6. Expectorant: Promotes the secretion of sputum by the air passages, used to treat coughs.
  7. Hepatoprotective: Prevent damage to the liver.

Benefits of Amrita Bindu

  1. It is a salt, spice and herbs mixture.
  2. It has antioxidant action.
  3. It improves the digestion and proper assimilation of food.
  4. It protects against free radical damage of cells.
  5. It helps in food poisoning and related symptoms like diarrhea, etc.
  6. It prevents tissue generation.
  7. It significantly lower levels of free radicals, lipid peroxidation and protein carbonyls significantly.
  8. It regulates the secretion of acid in the stomach.
  9. It gives a soothing action to the mucosal membrane.
  10. It decreases the irritability of the nerves and helps in controlling the over secretion of digestive juices.
  11. It helps to heal the lacerations, erosions and ulcerations in the intestinal and gastric mucosa.

In one study, Amrita Bindu was tested as a supplement to therapy for a period of 12 months in 36 children suffering from asthma (chronic inflammatory disease with excessive free radical generation in lungs and blood cells). The patients were followed up by monitoring their clinical conditions, therapeutic doses of anti-asthmatic drugs, free radical generation, lipid peroxidation (LPO) and antioxidants in blood.

At the end of 3 months of Amrita Bindu supplementation, the patients had stopped all anti-asthmatic medications and were free from attacks of asthma.

In another study, Amrita Bindu was tested for its effect in maintaining antioxidant defence systems in blood and the liver when exposed to a carcinogenic nitrosamine, N-methyl-N’-nitro-N-nitrosoguanidine (MNNG). Amrita Bindu supplementation prevented MNNG induced depletion of the antioxidant enzymes and the scavenger antioxidants glutathione and vitamins A, C and E. Amrita Bindu provides protection against free radical and reactive oxygen species induced tissue lipid peroxidation and the resultant tissue degeneration.

Uses of Amrita Bindu

Amrita Bindu is given in the treatment of the ulcer (gastric and duodenal), acidity, gastritis, ulcerative colitis and amoebiasis.

  1. Acidity
  2. Belching
  3. Burning sensation of chest
  4. Chest burn
  5. Duodenal ulcer
  6. Dyspepsia
  7. Flatulence
  8. Gas trouble
  9. Gastric ulcer
  10. GERD gastroesophageal reflux disease (stomach contents leak backwards from the stomach into the esophagus)
  11. Hyperacidity
  12. Indigestion
  13. Nausea
  14. Peptic ulcer
  15. Stomach bloating
  16. Stomach related problems
  17. Vomiting
  18. Vomiting sensation

The Dosage of Amrita Bindu

  1. The recommended dosage of Amrita Bindu is 2 ml with 30 ml boiled and cooled water.
  2. It should be taken thrice a day daily after food.
  3.  The medicine should be taken for three months continuously.

Suggestions, Contraindications, Interactions, Side-effects, and Warnings

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.

In few cases, there can be slight increase in symptoms like pain and burning sensation. In such case the dose should be reduced till the pain subside.

Amrita Bindu is found to be a very safe medicine which can be used for prolonged periods without any side effects but it is always advised that the medicine should be used in the recommended dosage.

  1. It may cause stool to turn dark.
  2. In some cases there is a little weight loss when taken for months.
  3. It is advisable to take low spice diet during treatment.


  1. I am iching skin rashes so whether Amrita Bindu helps

  2. Is Amrita bindu helpful in hernia management

  3. I have a shortness of breath
    I m taking amrita bindu from 4 weeks is it good is it good for shortness of breath

  4. Iam 64 yr old. Taking BP tablets only.suffering from acidity for the past two years. Tried both allopathic and ayurvedic medicine..Now Iam taking Amrita Bindu from it from siddha medical it safe , shall I continue.? Please guide me. Thank you.

  5. Can my mother take this for constipation, her creatine level is more.

  6. Arathi .Sachin.Kumar

    The details are given so beautifully and elaborately..thank you so much

  7. Can paralysis patient use amrita bindu syrup

  8. can we give amrita bindu to the children of 10 years of age?

  9. Can amruthabindu consumed during pregnancy?

  10. Am suffering from gastric ulcer vomiting problem daily burnig my stomach pls telme can i use amrutha bindu

  11. I am suffering with gastric problem from 10 years, can amruthabindu cure it permanently ?

  12. Am taking amrita Bindu, morning my tounge has some black coloured patches, is it safe to continue it?

  13. After consuming amrita bindu my urine color changed as mentioned earlier, due to some pain I cross checked my creatine level it was increased to 1.4. I haven’t reported any such problems earlier, pls modify formulation that may alter creatine by that no individual can suffer like me.

  14. After taking amrita bindu I am getting heavy stomach pain. Can I continue to use it. If yes for how long. For how many days stomach pain will be there??

  15. While I am using amrita bindu, my urine was dark in color. Is it suggestable to take???

  16. It cure herpes

  17. wonderful product. bad food habits led to gastric issues for me since 1 year. but very difficult to get in medical shops. i buy online at clickoncare. product is lovely and i suggest all to use it. just dont make it a habit please

  18. My mother suffers from gastric problem. She is going to take amrita bindu. She takes sleeping pills alprax daily. Can amrita bindu be taken along with sleeping pills.

  19. Can a diabetic can take amrita bindu?

  20. Sir namaskaram,
    I am ravi kumar 52 year’s I am suffering acidity n gastric problems I am diabetes with 12 years under question is can I take amrita bindu ?
    Please suggest me if I want to take how can I take. Can I take r not.

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