Mritasanjivani sura is poly-herbal Ayurvedic medicine. Sura means alcoholic drink. Since this medicine is very high in alcoholic content and hence is given this name. Mritasanjivani sura is referenced from Bhaishajyaratnavali, and is indicated in Jwara rogadhikar/ treatment of fever. This medicine is especially useful in haija or cholera.
Here is given more about this medicine, such as indication/therapeutic uses, Key Ingredients and dosage.
Key Ingredients of Mritasanjivani sura
Puratana guda 12.288 kg, Babul chal 960 gms, 480 grams of Anar, Vasa bark, Shalmali, Chui mui, Ativisha, Ashwagandha, Devdaru, Bilva, Shyonaka, PAtala, Shalparni, Prishniparni, Brihati, Kantakari, Gokhru, Rakta Indravaruni, Kola bark, Eranda mula, Kapikacchu, Rakta punarnava, Water 182.784 litre, Puga beej 1.5 kg, 96 grams of each Dhatura beej, Laung, Kamal, Ushira, Chanadana, Satpuspha phal, Yavani Phal, Kali mirch, Kala Jira, Shweta jira, Sathi, Jatamansi, Dalchini, Ela, Jaiphal beej, Musta rhizome, Grantha parni, Sonth, Methi, Swet Chanadana
Uses of Mritasanjivani sura
- Visuchika/haija/cholera or Gastro-enteritis with piercing pain
- Sannipata Jvara (High grade fever due to vitiation of all Dosha
- Lethargy, low energy Weakness
- Digestive impairment
- Post-delivery diseases in women
- Nutritious and Vajikarak
Dosage of Mritasanjivani sura
5-10 drops with equal amount of water.