In Ayurveda, this is used to make a Ayurvedic preparation called Kaharwa Pishti. This is useful in preventing bleeding disorders. Kaharua is amber or fossil resin. It is bright, clean and yellow in colour. It has magnetic property and attracts straw. It produces negative electricity and sweet smell on rubbing. The Baltic region is home to the largest known deposit of amber, called Baltic amber or succinate. About 80% of the world’s known amber found in Baltic region.
Overview and Ingredients
Kharva Pishti is manufactured by Dabur, Shree Baidyanath Ayurved Bhawan, Patanjali Divya Pharmacy, and some other pharmacies.
Here is given more about Kharva Pishti such as indication/therapeutic uses, Key Ingredients and dosage.
Key Ingredients of Kharva Pishti
Trinkant mani Amber of succinate, Rose Rosa centifolia
Uses of Kharva Pishti
- Bleeding diarrhea
- Rakta pitta
- Bleeding from nose
- Bleeding Mouth
- Bleeding piles
- Bleeding wounds
- Cooling, Pitta pacifying properties
- Dizziness, burning sensation, excessive thirst
- Bleeding from vagina, penis
- Sprinkle on bleeding wounds
- Stool with mucus
The Dosage of Kharva Pishti
250-500 mg to be taken 2-3 times a day with butter/honey or as directed by physician.