Cura Amrita Liv Ras Health Benefits and Medicinal Usage

Amrita Liv Ras is proprietary herbal Ayurvedic medicine from Cura Pharmaceuticals. It is a herbal formulation containing Bhumi Amla, Chiraita, Bhuinimb or Kalmegh, Kutki, and Kantakari. Amrita Liv Ras is a liver tonic.  It is useful in the liver diseases such as enlargement of the liver, the liver cirrhosis, loss of appetite, etc. It helps to improve appetite.

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

  • Manufacturer: Cura Pharmaceuticals
  • Availability: Online and at medical stores
  • Type of medicine: Proprietary Medicine
  • Main Indication: Liver disorders
  • Benefits: Useful in Liver/Spleen disorders and Digestive disorders
  • MRP/Price: Amrita Liv Ras 500 ml @ Rs. 155/-

Cura Amrita Liv Ras Composition

Ingredients present in this formulation are given below:

Each 100 ml contains:

  • Bhumi Amla Phyllanthus niruri 20 mg
  • Chiraita Swertia Chirata 20 mg
  • Kalmegh Andrographis paniculata 20 mg
  • Kutki Picrorhiza kurroa 20 mg
  • Brihti Indian Nightshade Solanum Indicum 20 mg
  • Preservative
  • Sodium Benzoate 0.1 %

Key Ingredients of Amrita Liv Ras

Phyllanthus (Phyllanthus amarus/niruri)

Bhumi Amla or Tamalki reduces Pitta and gives relief in the burning sensation. The leaves are rich in potassium (0.83 %) and hence possess diuretic action. It has been shown to be effective as an adjunct, along with other drugs, in the treatment of jaundice due to infective hepatitis. The decoction is reported to produce hypoglycemic action in normal as well as alloxan-diabetic rabbits.

  • Taste/Rasa: Bitter/Titka, Astringent, Sweet
  • Quality/Guna: Light/Laghu, Dry/Ruksha
  • Potency/Veerya: Cooling/Shita
  • Post Digestive/Vipak: Sweet
  • Dosha: Reduces Kapha And Pitta, Increases Vata
  • Tissue/Dhatu: Plasma, Blood, Fat, Reproductive
  • Srotas/Channel): Digestive, Reproductive, Urinary

Bhumi Amla is antiviral, hepatoprotective, cholagogue, diuretic, lithagogue, alterative, immunoregulator, antitussive and haemostatic. It helps in viral hepatitis, chronic hepatitis, clearing and preventing gallstones. It acts as a cholagogue. It improves the liver function and alleviation of hepatitis symptoms. It reduces Pitta and gives relief in hyperacidity, inflammation, and dysentery.


Swertia chirata is a bitter medicinal plant indigenous to the Himalayas in India, Nepal, and Bhutan. It is known as kirata Tikta, Nidrari, Ramasenka, kairata (Sanskrit), Chiravata (Urdu), Qasabuzzarirah (Arabic, Farsi) and Chiretta (trade name). For the medicinal properties the whole plant is used. It has hepatoprotective, digestive, astringent, laxative, anti-inflammatory and anti-malarial properties.

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.  Chiretta is bitter in taste (Rasa), pungent after digestion (Vipaka), and is cool in effect (Virya).

  • Rasa (taste): Bitter
  • Guna (quality): Light, dry, flowing
  • Virya (energy): Cooling
  • Vipaka (post-digestive effect): Pungent

Chiraita 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 long-term effect of the herb.

Katu Viapk herbs increase dryness in the body. Such foods reduce fertility and Kapha. Intake of this herbs aggravates Vata and gas in the body. Katu vipaak has a catabolic effect on the body.

Chirayata has antipyretic, anthelmintic, antiperiodic, cathartic, laxative, and carminative properties. It has considerable antipyretic and analgesic effects.

Andrographis paniculata

Bhunimba (Kiratatikta), Chirayetah, Kalmegh or Andrographis paniculata is blood purifying in action. Andrographis contains a large number of chemical constituents, mainly lactones, diterpenoids, diterpene glycosides, flavonoids, and flavonoid glycosides. It is called Creat in English and is known as the king of bitters. It has antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, choleretic, hypoglycemic, hypocholesterolemic, and adaptogenic effects.

It is used in diseases due to blood abnormalities such as skin eruptions, boils, scabies, and chronic undetermined fevers.


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 is 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 the 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.


The name ‘Brihati’ commonly refers to the dried root of the plant Solanum Indicum, a very prickly, much branched perennial undershrub found mostly throughout warmer parts of the country up to an elevation of 1500 m. Traditionally it is used in the treatment of respiratory ailments (asthma, catarrh, dry and spasmodic cough), dropsy, heart diseases, chronic fever, colic, scorpion stings, difficult urination, and worm infestation.

  • Rasa (taste on the tongue): Katu (Pungent), Tikta (Bitter)
  • Guna (Pharmacological Action): Laghu (Light)
  • Virya (Action): Ushna (Heating)
  • Vipaka (transformed state after digestion): Katu (Pungent)
  • Tissues: Plasma, blood, reproductive
  • Systems: Respiratory, reproductive, urinary, circulatory

Brihati (Brihati means big or extended in Sanskrit) is bitter and pungent in taste (Rasa), pungent after digestion (Vipaka), and is hot in effect (Virya). It is an Ushna Virya herb. Ushna Virya or hot potency herb subdues Vata (Wind) and Kapha (Mucus) and increases Pitta (Bile). It has the property of digestion, vomiting, and purging, and gives a feeling of lightness. It is considered bad for sperms and fetus.

Ayurvedic Action / Karma of Amrita Liv Ras

  • Amanashaka: Destroys ama.
  • Anulomna: Anulomna means one which promotes excretions and favor discharge. Takes vata / wind downward, mild laxative.
  • Kaphahara: Pacifies Kapha Dosha.
  • Pandughna: Reduces anemia.
  • Pandughna: Reduces anemia.
  • Shothagna: Reduces swelling and inflammation, relieve edema
  • Vishaghna: Destroys poisons in the body.
  • Yakritdottejaka: Beneficial to the liver.

Biomedical Action of Amrita Liv Ras

  • Anti-inflammatory: Reducing inflammation by acting on body mechanisms.
  • Hepatoprotective: Prevent damage to the liver.
  • Laxative: Tending to stimulate or facilitate the evacuation of the bowels.
  • Stomachic: Stimulates gastric activity.

Cura Amrita Liv Ras Health Benefits

  • It cleanses the body by flushing out the toxins.
  • It has no known side-effect.
  • It helps in water retention in the body due to liver disorder.
  • It improves appetite.
  • It improves digestion.
  • It is diuretic and promotes urination.
  • It is helpful in all types of the liver ailments, indigestion due to the liver dysfunction, fatty the liver, Hepatitis, Loss of appetite, Anemia and jaundice.
  • It is useful in detoxifying the liver.
  • It supports better functioning of the liver.
  • Cura Amrita Liv Ras Therapeutic Uses
  • Liver diseases (Diseases of the liver)
  • Hepatitis
  • Fatty the liver

Jaundice (yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes, arising from excess of the pigment bilirubin and typically caused by obstruction of the bile duct, by the liver disease, or by excessive breakdown of red blood cells)

Dropsy, Oedema (swelling of soft tissues due to the accumulation of excess water)

Cura Amrita Liv Ras Dosage

The recommended dosage of medicine is given below:

  • 10-20 ml, twice or thrice a day.
  • It is to be taken with water.
  • Or take as directed by a doctor.


  • Shake well before use.
  • Effectivity of herbal medicine depends on many factors. A medicine suitable for one person may not essentially give the same result in another person.
  • 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.
  • Do check the list of ingredients and their contraindications to avoid any side effects.


It should not be used during pregnancy.

Drug Interactions

  • Please maintain a gap of at least an hour between intake of any allopathic drug and Ayurvedic medicine to avoid drug interaction, if any.
  • Do not use many different medicines for the treatments of the same disease.


There are no known side-effects for this medicine.


  • Do check the list of ingredients and their contraindications to avoid any side effects.
  • Do not use any medicine during pregnancy without consulting doctor.


  • Store in a cool and dry place in a tightly closed container,
  • protected from light and moisture.
  • Keep away from the sight and reach of children.
  • Shake well before use.

Keep bottle cap closed after every use.

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