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Divya Medohar Vati is Ayurvedic Proprietary Medicine from Patanjali Pharmacy. It is an herbal medicine useful in obesity and high cholesterol. It helps to shed extra kilos in obese person. Obesity increases risk of many diseases such as diabetes, infertility, high BP, joint disorders etc. Therefore it is very important to manage weight in normal range.
Divya Medohar Vati contains Triphala, Kutki, Nishoth, Vidang, Haritaki, Shilajita, Babul gum and Guggulu. The herbs supports better metabolism, digestion and elimination. They detoxifies body and cures constipation. They also helps to get rid of intestinal parasite. Guggulu has anti-inflammatory with strong purifying and rejuvenating properties. Shilajit is effective in controlling blood sugar level.
Also Read: Medohar Guggulu For Obesity and Weight loss
Here is given more about this medicine, such as benefits, indication/therapeutic uses, composition and dosage.
Ingredients of Divya Medohar Vati
Each 500 mg tablet contains:
- Amla Emblica officinalis Fruit 94.93 mg Tridoshshamak
- Baheda Terminalia belerica Fruit 94.93 mg Tridoshshamak
- Haritaki Terminalia chebula Fruit 94.93 mg Rechak, Tridoshhar
- Kutki Picrorhiza kurroa Root 14.30 mg Lekhan kaphaghan
- Nishoth Operculina turpethum Root mg 14.30 Lekhan, Rechak
- Viavidang Embelia ribes Seed 28.60 mg Kaphvatnashak
- Harad chilka Terminalia chebula Fruit 28.60 mg Tridoshhar
- Shuddha guggul Commiphora mukul 86.50 mg Medohar prameha
- Shilajeet Asphaltum Sat 14.30 mg Stholya, Swedan
- Babul gond Acacia arabica Gond mg 28.60 Grahi
Excipients: Gum acacia, Talcum, Aerosil, Magnesium stearate
Key ingredients of Divya Medohar Vati
Triphala is a combination of Amalaki, Bibhitaki, and Haritaki great source of vitamin C, linoleic oil, phospholipids and other important nutrients. It is a Rasayana drug and used for detoxifying and notifying the body. Triphala pacifies Vata-vikar and cleanses the digestive tract. It aid to elimination and purification. It tones and strengthens digestive tract and promote regular and complete the evacuation of the bowels. It helps with the digestion and assimilation of food, improves blood circulation and has anti-inflammatory properties.
It revitalizes the whole body by removing toxins, gas and distension whilst nourishing the nervous system. It is good for anemia, fatigue, candida, cancer, allergies, constipation, diarrhea, yeast infections, indigestion and skin disorders.
Guggulu is gum resin of a tree Commiphora mukul, found in arid- subtropical to tropical climate. Guggulu is highly effective in the treatment of Vata-vikar and inflammatory conditions. The gum resin contains guggul sterons Z and E, guggul sterols I-V, two diterpenoids- a terpene hydrocarbon named cembreneA and a diterpene alcohol- mukulol, a-camphrone and cembrene, long chain aliphatic tetrols- octadecan-1, 2, 3, 4-tetrol, eicosan-1, 2, 3, 4-tetrol and nonadecan-1, 2, 3, 4-tetrol. Major components from essential oil of gum resin are myrcene and dimyrcene.
The gum resin is bitter, acrid, astringent, heating, aromatic, expectorant, digestive, anthelmintic, anti-inflammatory, anodyne, antiseptic, demulcent, carminative, emmenagogue, haematinic, diuretic, rejuvenating and general tonic.
Guggulu is used in Ayurveda for treatment of arthritis, rheumatism, gout, lumbago, disorders of the nervous, respiratory, digestive and circulatory systems. It has anti-inflammatory with strong purifying and rejuvenating properties.
Triphala and Guggulu, both are rejuvenating tonic.
Shuddha Shilajita is a natural substance but it is not an animal or plant-based product. It is a mineral pitch that oozes from the rocks. This mineral comes out from the Himalayan rocks during the summer.
Shilajatu increases flow of digestive secretion and helps in better absorption. It is used in the treatment of in consumption (Kshaya), tuberculosis (Rajayakshama), genito-urinary diseases, sexual weakness, gonorrhea, diabetes, chronic bronchitis, phthisis, asthma, gallstone, renal stone, anuria, jaundice, enlarged spleen and the liver, and nervous diseases.
Kutki is Liver tonic and orally to treat obesity, malaria, stomach ache, fever, immune disorders and skin diseases. It has Antidiabetic, antihepatotoxic, anti-inflammatory, choleretic, diuretic activity.
Vidang is tonic, alterative, carminative and anti-parasitic.
Nishoth is bitter, acrid, heating, purgative, carminative, anthelmintic and expectorant. It is useful in constipation, dropsy, vitiated conditions of vata, obesity, helminthiasis, gastropathy, ascites, inflammations, intermittent fever, hemorrhoids and jaundice.
Benefits of Divya Medohar Vati
- It contains Triphala, Haritaki, Nishoth and Katuka/ Katurohini. All these herbs have laxative properties and gives relief in constipation.
- Vidang and Nishoth are anti-parasitic and helps to cure intestinal parasites.
- Shuddha Shilajit, Triphala, and Guggulu helps in better management of blood sugar level.
- Medohar vati removes toxins from body.
- This medicine reduces Kapha/ phlegm and corrects metabolism and weight.
- This formulation has the liver protecting action.
Indication of Divya Medohar Vati
Hyperlipidemia (term used to denote raised serum levels of one or more of total cholesterol (TChol), low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C), triglycerides (TGs), or both TChol and TG (combined hyperlipidaemia))
The Dose of Divya Medohar Vati
1-2 tabs, twice or thrice a day, according to the weight of body, half an hour before the meals or one hour after meals with hot water.
Common Questions Asked About Divy Medohar Vati
What is Medohar Vati?
It is proprietary herbal anti-obesity medicine from Divya Pharmacy. It contains 10 main ingredients along with Gum Acacia, Aerosil, Talcum, Magnesium Stearate. In Each tablet, the amount of Triphala (284.7 mg) is highest followed by Shuddha Guggulu (86.50 mg). The other ingredients include Small Haritaki (28.60mg), Vidang (28.60 mg), Gum Babool (28.60mg), Shilajeet (14.30 mg), Kutki (14.30mg) and Trivrit (14.30 mg).
What is Divya Medohar Vati price/MRP?
Medohar Vati 50 grams @ INR 80.
What are the uses of Medohar Vati?
It helps to reduce weight in most of the people. Though result may vary from person to person.
Please do check your weight before starting this medicine. Again, measure the weight after one or two months to see the result.
Can Medohar Vati and Triphala Guggul be taken together?
Yes, both the medicine can be taken together.
Can I take Medohar Vati in Pregnancy?
No, it must not be taken during pregnancy due to its heating, antiobesity, strong emmenagogue and uterus reducing properties.
Can Medohar Vati be taken during periods?
Medohar Vati has warming effect on the body. It may or may not affect the bleeding during menstruation. If you see any change in periods then avoid its intake during periods.
Can a woman use Medohar Vati while trying for baby?
No, do not use this medicine while trying for conception.
What is the dosage of Divya Medohar Vati?
Since it is an antiobesity formula the dosage may vary with for person to person. A less obese person can take 1 tablets 3 times a day but a very obese person may require to take 3 tablets 3 times a day for visible effects.
How to take Medohar Vati?
It can be taken 30 minutes before or 1 hour after the breakfast and dinner with warm water.
From where can I buy Medohar Vati?
This medicine is available at medical stores and online also.
Can this medicine be given to children?
Childhood is growing phase of life. It is better not to give such medicine to kids. There are other good ways to manage the weight issues such as not giving junk foods and cold drinks, giving nutritious healthy well-balanced diet consisting of milk, fruits and vegetables and doing right exercises, cycling, swimming, running, skipping etc.
If necessary, for children above the age of 12, you may give after consulting doctor.
What is difference between Medohar Guggul and Medohar Vati?
Medohar Guggul is classical Ayurvedic formulation manufactured by many Ayurvedic Pharmacies.
Each 700mg tablet of Baidyanath Medohar Guggul contains following ingredients:
- Trikatu (Shunthi 27.7 mg + Marich 27.7 mg + Pippali 27.7 mg)
- Triphala (Haritaki 27.7 mg + Bibhitaka 27.7 mg + Amla 27.7 mg)
- Chitrakmool 27.7 mg
- Nagarmotha 27.7 mg
- Vidanga 27.7 mg
- Guggulu 249.30 mg
- Castor and excipients Q.S
But Divya Medohar Vati, is proprietary medicine from Patanjali. Its formulation contains Triphala, Shuddha Guggul + Babool Gum Resin. Babul Gond (Also known as Gum Arabic, Acacia gum) has emulsifying, stabilizing, demulcent and emollient properties. It soothes irritated mucous membranes and used for cough and some gastrointestinal preparation.
Is it safe to take Medohar Vati?
This medicine contains natural ingredients and hence it is safe for most of the people. But in certain conditions, it should be taken cautiously.
For example, Guggul reduces Kapha and Vata but increases Pitta. As it increases acidity and hence people already suffering from peptic ulcer, hyperacidity, bleeding disorders, heavy bleeding during periods etc. should take Guggul cautiously.
Guggul may cause stomach discomfort or allergic rash. Also, sour foods, alcohol, and heavy exercise is not recommended while taking Guggul.
Caution is required while taking guggul in coagulation disorder, thyroid problem, and with antiplatelet (warfarin, enoxaparin, heparin, aspirin, dipyridamole, clopidogrel) medicines.
Guggul has anti-inflammatory, weight reducing and heating effects and it is strongly suggested not to use guggul during pregnancy. It exhibits cervix, uterus and ovary size reducing properties. It is contraindicated in acute kidney infections, excessive uterine bleeding, hyperthyroidism, pregnancy and breast-feeding.
Guggul should be avoided in children. It shows anti-fertility effects and should be taken cautiously by women wishing for pregnancy.
In few people, Guggul may cause gastrointestinal symptoms, headaches, skin rash etc. In case, any of the adverse effect it is better to avoid guggul.
It is important to mention here, Guggul is Cholesterol reducing, platelet reducing (anticoagulants/antiplatelet), immune stimulant, emmenagogue and swelling reducing. The recommended dosage of guggul is 3-9g per day in a decoction and 250 mg–3g per day pills.
Trivrt Operculina Turpethum is used in Ayurveda for treatment of constipation, digestive ailments, fever, anemia, intestinal parasites etc. It should not be used (Contraindicated) in pregnancy, in children below 12 years of age, in elderly, in physically or mentally weaker persons, and in persons suffering from diarrhea, bleeding per rectum, rectal prolapse, or fecal incontinence. Trivrt also increases Vata in the body and hence excess intake of this medicine may cause bloating, flatulence and pain.
There are few conditions in which Katuki Picrorhiza kurroa should be avoided. It stimulates immune system and therefore should be taken carefully in auto-immune disorders (systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), Hashimoto thyroiditis, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, polymyositis, scleroderma, Addison disease, pernicious anemia etc). As stimulation of immune system can worsen the symptoms. Picrorhiza also affects blood sugar level. It lowers the blood sugar level.
What should be eaten or avoided to lose weight?
Eat easily digestible food items like sprouts, Moong, Tuvar Dal, Masoor, etc. Drink plenty of water. Try drinking lukewarm water.
Squeeze one lemon in one glass water, add honey and drink empty stomach in the morning. Soak one teaspoon Triphala powder in one glass water. Boil next morning, filter and drink. Do this every day.
Eat lots of vegetables, salads, and fruits. Take mild herbal laxatives at night.
Avoid starchy vegetates like potatoes, arvi etc. Do not eat sweets, sugar containing foods, ice creams, biscuits etc. Do not drink cold drinks, health drinks and packaged fruit juices with added sugar.
Do not eat refined, fried, processed foods, pizza, burger, cheese, creams, chocolates, cakes, pastries and other similar high calories items.
Do not drink cold water. Once weight is lowered try to maintain the same by making dietary and lifestyle changes.