Divya Totla Kwath

Know the ingredients and uses of Divya Totla Kwath. This is very effective in jaundice, hepatitis-b and other liver disorders. Learn how to use this medicine?

Totla kwath is proprietary Ayurvedic medicine from Swami Ramdev’s Patanjali Divya Pharmacy. It is prepared from Oroxylum indicum or Shyonaka which is known as Totala in Sikkim. It is a herbal medicine in dried form. A decoction prepared from this coarse powder in water is useful in treating the liver disorders such as Jaundice, Hepatitis.

As mentioned on the packet, Totla Kwath contains Shyonak. Shyonak is one of the ingredient of famous, effective and well-known formulation Dashmula (in Brihat Panchmool).

shyonak medicinal uses

Shyonak is also known as Shoshana, Tuntuka, Kutunata, Mandukparna, Patrorna, Bhalluka, Prthushimba, Sonapatha, TENTOO (Marathi), TOTOLA / TOTALA / TOTLA (Sikkkim), THOTILA (Sri Lanka) and TATELO (Nepal). The bark and roots of the tree are of medicinal importance. It has antiseptic,

antitoxic, astringent and styptic activities. It is beneficial in promoting adhesion of fractured bone, diarrhea, dysentery, non-healing, ulcers, gynecological disorders, high fever, partial paralysis, diabetes and dysuria.

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

  • Availability: Online and at medical stores
  • Type of medicine: Proprietary
  • Brand: Divya Pharmacy
  • Main Indication: Liver diseases
  • Suitable for: Unisex
  • Price of Divya Totla Kwath: 100 grams @ ₹ 20.00

Ingredients of Totla Kwath

Each 5 grams contain

Shyonak Oroxylum indicum 5 grams

Oroxylum indicum (family Bignoniaceae) is a small, soft-wooded tree attaining a height of 10–16 m. Stem bark is dull brown in color; leaves are broad, 60–120 cm in length and pinnately compound. Leaflets are ovate, wavy, and acuminate. Leaf fall occurs during winter season (January) each year. The tree is recognized by ternately bipinnate leaves.

It is found throughout the tropical forests of India, that is, north-eastern, central, and southern India. It is more frequent in Vindhyas and southwards in mix-deciduous forests, ascending to 1000 m altitude and naturally found in forests near rivers and streams.

Ayurvedic Properties and Action

Shyonak is astringent, bitter in taste (Rasa), pungent after digestion (Vipaka), and is hot in effect (Virya). Due to hot dry nature, it quells phlegm and wind in the body.

  • Rasa (taste on the tongue): Kashaya (Astringent), Tikta (Bitter), Madhur (Sweet)
  • Guna (Pharmacological Action): Laghu (Light), Ruksha (Dry)
  • Virya (Action): Ushna (Heating)
  • Vipaka (transformed state after digestion): Katu (Pungent)

It is a Katu Vipak herb. Vipak refers to post-digestive (effect after digestion/cooking of Rasa) effect of tastes after its mixing with digestive juices. It is the longterm effect of the herb.  Katu Viapk herbs, increases dryness in the body. Such foods reduce fertility and Kapha. Katu vipaak has catabolic effect on the body.

Ayurvedic Action

  • Deepan: Enkindles the digestive fire.
  • Grahi: Stops watery and intermittent loose motions.
  • Kasahara: Removes cough.
  • Rukshana: Brings dryness, Kharatwa and Vishadatwa.
  • Vatahara: Pacifies Vata Dosha.

Biomedical Action

  1. Anodyne: Relieves pain without causing loss of consciousness.
  2. Anti-dysenteric: Relieving or preventing dysentery.
  3. Anti-inflammatory: Reducing inflammation by acting on body mechanisms.
  4. Antioxidant: Neutralize the oxidant effect of free radicals and other substances.
  5. Antirheumatic: Alleviating or preventing rheumatism.
  6. Astringents: Constrict tissues; styptic.
  7. Diuretic: Promoting excretion of urine/agent that increases the amount of urine excreted.
  8. Hepatoprotective: Prevent damage to the liver.

Benefits of Totla Kwath

  1. It is a rich source of iron.
  2. It is used to cure dropsy.
  3. It helps in rheumatism.
  4. it is astringent, Tonic, and useful in diarrhea and dysentery.
  5. It is effective medicine for Kapha Pitta and Ama disorders.
  6. It is best medicine for urinary bladder problems and used in stones, diarrhea and anorexia.
  7. It helps in digestion, constipation and expels worms by killing them.
  8. It removes swelling, obstruction in the urinary passage expectorate phlegm and helps in the fever.
  9. Its use is very helpful is curing all digestion related troubles.

Important Therapeutic Uses of Totla Kwath

This decoction is useful in hepatitis other the liver disorders.

  1. Hepatitis / Liver inflammation
  2. Jaundice
  3. Biliousness
  4. Cough
  5. Diseases of abdomen
  6. Food poisoning
  7. Inflammation
  8. Low appetite
  9. Mouth ulcers
  10. Rheumatism
  11. Urinary disorders / basti roga
  12. Vata vyadhi

The Dosage of Totla Kwath

  1. Totla Kwath contains medicinal herb in dried form.
  2. To prepare decoction (Kadha) you need to boil 5 grams it in water (400 ml) till volume reduces to 100 ml. Then filter it.
  3. You may make decoction more concentrated (lesser water) by cooking for some more time.
  4. It should be taken in the morning before breakfast and at night one hour before the dinner or before going to the bed.

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

  1. It is completely safe to take this medicine in recommended doses.
  2. Effectivity of herbal medicine depends on many factors. A medicine suitable for one person may not essentially give the same result in another person.
  3. The exact dose depends on the age, strength, digestive power of the patient, the nature of the illness, the state of the viscera and humours, and the properties of individual drugs.
  4. Keep away from the sight and reach of children.
  5. Do not take any herbal preparation during pregnancy without consulting doctor.

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