Divya Jwar Nashak Kwath

Know how to treat fever using Divya Jwar Nashak Kwath. This is excellent Ayurvedic medicine made from natural ingredients. Learn about directions to use, dosage and side effects of Divya Jwar Nashak Kwath.

Jwar Nashak Kwath is a herbal Ayurvedic Proprietary Medicine from Patanjali Divya Pharmacy. This medicine is available in dried coarse powder form. It is boiled and filtered to make a Kadha/kwath or decoction. Intake of this decoction helps in fever due to various reasons.

Here is given more about this medicine, such as benefits, indication/therapeutic uses, composition, and dosage.

  • Manufacturer: Patanjali
  • Synonyms: Divya Jwar Nashak Kwath
  • Availability: Online and at medical stores
  • Type of medicine: Proprietary Medicine
  • Main Indication: All kinds of Fever
  • MRP/Price:  100 gram @ Rs 45.00

Ingredients of Divya Jwarnashak Kwath

  1. Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia) 0.0925 gram
  2. Kalmegh (Andrographis paniculata) 0.0925 gram
  3. Chirayata (Swertia chirata) 0.045 gram
  4. Kutki (Picrorhiza kurroa) 0.045 gram
  5. Neem (Azadirachta indica) 0.045 gram
  6. Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) 0.045 gram
  7. Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum) 0.045 gram
  8. Jalnimb (Bacopa monnieri) 0.045 gram
  9. Haldi (Curcuma longa) 0.045 gram

Know the Ingredients

Giloy, Guduchi or Amrita is a very effective and well-known medicinal herb of Ayurveda. Giloy consists of the stem of the plant Tinospora cordifolia. The stem can be used both fresh and dried form when using a single drug it is better to use the fresh stem as it is more effective compared to the dried form.

Giloy is also known as Amrita or Amrit due to its significant rejuvenative, enhancing energy and vitality improving properties. It enhances the immune system, reduces cholesterol and helps to stabilize blood sugar levels. It is as an adaptogen and increases resistance to stress, both emotional and physical. It increases energy and yet relaxes tension. The herb is considered bitter, hot in effect, nutritive and a Rasayana.

It is recommended for diabetes, burning sensation, fever, edema, etc. It has been scientifically validated in various animal models for hypoglycemic, immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and other pharmacological activities.

Andrographis paniculata Nees (Acanthaceae) contains andrographolides, which are based on the aglycone andrographolide and its derivatives, such as asnneoandrographolide, deoxy andrographolide, and rographiside, and ropaniside and others.

It is particularly beneficial for jaundice. It is a general the liver and digestive system tonic. It is an immune system stimulant for treatment and prevention of infections. Andrographis is also used as an anti-inflammatory and antimalarial, and for cardiovascular disorders and diabetes.

Chiraita or Swertia chirata, is used traditionally for purification of vitiated blood, chronic skin diseases, poisoning, chronic fevers, anemia, and oedema. It is also given for cough, intrinsic hemorrhage and affections of the urinary tract. It has anthelmintic, astringent, bitter Tonic, blood purifying, febrifuge, stomachic, antidiarrheal, antispasmodic activities. Chirayata is tonic for the heart, the liver, and eyes. It is useful in toxic blood, enlarged spleen. It is used to treat the liver, catarrh, intestinal spasms, anemia, indigestion, and diabetes.

Katuka (Synonyms: Picrorhiza kurroa, Tikta, Tiktarohi, Kutki, Katuka Rohini, Katuku Rohini, Kadugurohini) is a perennial, hairy herb found in the north-western Himalayas from Kashmir to Sikkim. The main constituent of the rhizomes are Glucoside (Picrorhizin). The rhizomes of the plant are dried and used for medicinal purpose.

It has alterative, bitter, Tonic, antibacterial, antiviral, anthelmintic, hepatoprotective, choleretic, spasmolytic, insecticidal and laxative activities.

Traditionally, Picrorhiza is used for constipation, chronic dysentery, scabies, leucoderma, joint pain, chronic asthma, infections, inflammations, coughs, hepatitis, menstrual problems, enteritis, gall bladder complaints, jaundice, and hemorrhoids. It works on plasma, blood and muscle tissues.

Kutki pacifies Vata and Pitta and reduces Ama in the body. It helps in liver conditions and is considered the main herb for jaundice, hepatitis, etc. It purges excess Pitta from the liver and gall bladder. It protects the liver.

Neem is used to treat intestinal worms, heat-rash, boils, wounds, jaundice, leprosy, skin disorders, stomach ulcers, chicken pox, malarial fever, etc. The bark of the tree is used in Ayurveda for the treatment of skin diseases, excessive pitta, excessive kapha, toxins in the body, bleeding disorders and healing of wounds. The active constituents of neem are the main triterpenoids, sterols, bitter principles Nimbin and nimbiol.

Neem Root bark and young fruits are astringent, tonic and antiperiodic (prevent recurrence of diseases).

Ashwagandha / Indian ginseng / Indian winter cherry refers to the roots of a medicinal plant Withania somnifera. It has an antidepressant effect on the central nervous system and stimulant effect on the brain and reduces anxiety and stress. As it is sedative and Tonic, it helps in nervous weakness, fainting, giddiness, and insomnia. It helps to gain weight and improves body immunity to keep away infections.

Tulsi is pungent, bitter, cardiac tonic and hot. It stimulates digestion and cures obstinate skin diseases including leprosy, dysuria, vitiation of blood and pain in the sides of the chest. It alleviates Kapha and Vata. It also cures poisoning, parasitic infection, vomiting, svasa (asthma), piles and pain in eyes.

Brahmi / Bacopa monnieri, is bitter (Tikta), astringent (Kashaya) in taste (Ras), light (Laghu), unctuous (Snigdha) in qualities (Guna). It is pungent (Katu) after digestion (Vipak) and Cools in potency. Brahmi balances Vata, Pitta, and Kapha Dosha. It works on seven Dhatu of the body. Brahmi is especially beneficial for the mind. It is a nervine Tonic, sedative, rejuvenative, anticonvulsant and anti-inflammatory.

In Ayurveda, Brahmi is given to reduce emotional stress, mental fatigue, loss of memory, and Vata disorders. It promotes brain functions, memory, and learning. It is indicated in epilepsy, fits, anger, anxiety, and hysteria.

Turmeric has antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, skin lightening and astringent action. Turmeric strengthens connective tissue. It also stimulates the formation of healthy tissues and regeneration of muscles.

Ayurvedic Action / Karma

  1. Jeevaneeya: beneficial for and maintain life in a sound condition.
  2. Jwarahara: Decreases vega of jwara and reduces the burning sensation.
  3. Kasahara: Removes cough.
  4. Kushthaghna: Removes blood impurities.
  5. Pachana: Digests Ama but does not increase appetite.
  6. Shothahar: Removes inflammation.

Biomedical Action

  1. Antibacterial: Active against bacteria.
  2. Anti-hyperglycemic: Counteracting high levels of glucose in the blood.
  3. Anti-inflammatory: Reducing inflammation by acting on body mechanisms.
  4. Antiperiodic: Preventing the regular recurrence of a disease (such as recurrent fever, malaria, viral fever, etc.) or symptom.
  5. Antipyretic/antifebrile/febrifuge: Effective against fever.
  6. Anti-viral: Effective against viruses.
  7. Hepatoprotective: Prevent damage to the liver.
  8. Immunomodulatory: Modifies the immune response or the functioning of the immune system.

Benefits of Divya Jwarnashak Kwath

  1. It contains Giloy which is time-tested, well-proven and effective household remedy for fever.
  2. It helps in the fever of various types such as Dengue, chikungunya, malaria, typhoid, and other viral fever.
  3. It removes toxins from the body.
  4. It increases body immunity against diseases.
  5. It protects the liver from damage.

Important Therapeutic Uses of Divya Jwarnashak Kwath

  1. Dengue
  2. Chikungunya
  3. Malaria
  4. Other types of Fever
  5. Chronic fever causing shivering, pain, heaviness, weakness, poor digestion system and weakness

The Dosage of Divya Jwarnashak Kwath

  1. Take 1 teaspoon or 5 grams in 400 ml water.
  2. Cook at low flame till volume reduces to one fourth or 100 ml.
  3. You may cook further to reduce the volume of decoction.
  4. Filter the decoction.
  5. Take twice a day, empty stomach in the morning and one hour before the dinner.
  6. It may be mixed with honey.
  7. Or take as directed by a doctor.

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

  1. This medicine has no known side effects.
  2. It contains Giloy which is a non-toxic medicinal herb.
  3. It can be taken along with allopathic medicines.
  4. Few sensitive people may feel nausea and vomiting.
  5. It is completely safe to take this medicine in recommended doses.

One Comment

  1. Biswaranjan Jethy

    For my asthmatic attack some time I use to take budesonide capsule inhaler. So can I take jwaranashak kwath along with this medicine?

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