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Divya Mukta Vati, is a herbal Ayurvedic medicine form Patanjali Divya Pharmacy.
It is indicated in high blood pressure and heart disease caused by the disorders of the kidneys or Cholesterol, anxiety, stress or any other reason which is hereditary, etc. It also gives relief in associated symptoms such as insomnia, nervousness, chest pain, and headache due to hypertension. Here is given more about this medicine, such as benefits, indication/therapeutic uses, composition, and dosage.
- Manufacturer: Patanjali Ayurvedic Pvt. Ltd.
- Availability: Online, and at medical stores
- Type of medicine: Proprietary Medicine
- Main Indication: Management of Mild to moderate hypertension.
Divya Mukta Vati Composition
Ingredients present in this formulation are given below:
Each 300 mg tablet contains
- Brahmi Bacopa monnieri Panchang 46 mg
- Shankhapushpi Convolvulus pluricaulis Panchang 46 mg
- Ugra Gandha Vach Root Acorus calamus 46 mg
- Gaozaban Onosma bracteatum Panchang 69 mg
- Jyotishmti Celastrus paniculatus Seed 19 mg
- Ashwagandha Withania somnifera Root 46 mg
- Giloy Tinospora cordifolia Stem 20 mg
- Praval Pishti 6 mg
- Moti Pishti Mukta pishti 2 mg
Processed with aqueous extracts of
- Brahmi Bacopa monnieri
- Jatamansi Nardostachys Jatamansi
- Shankhapushpi Convolvulus pluricaulis
- Sarpagandha Rauwolfia serpentina
- Giloy Tinospora cordifolia
Gum acacia, Talcum, Aerosil, Magnesium sterate, MCC QS
Know the Ingredients of Divya Mukta Vati
Gaozaban (Onosma bracteatum wall, Family-Boraginaceae) is known as Gojihva, Kharpatra, Darvipatra, Vrishjihva In Ayurveda, and Ununjil in Siddha. It is a key ingredient in a number of Unani, and Ayurvedic formulations. It is a cooling, astringent, diuretic, demulcent, antileprotic, spasmolytic, and cardiac tonic.
Gaozaban is indicated in the palpitation, weakness of heart, insomnia, depression, mental exhaustion, constipation, misperistalsis, jaundice, dysuria, urethral discharges, and fevers. Gaozaban is traditionally used as a tonic that helps build the body’s immune resistance and regulate urine output.
Vach / Calamus / Acorus calamus is used as dietary supplements for the brain and neurological activity. It is an important stimulant for the brain, nerves, and senses. It aids in the recovery of the power of speech, and perception after strokes. It is heating in nature and reduces phlegm and Ama. It is good in epilepsy and Vata disorders. Acorus calamus is hypotensive, tranquilizer, sedative, anticonvulsant, and antianxiety.
Vacha, which is the drug of choice for central nervous system stimulation in Ayurveda.
Ashwagandha is sedative, diuretic, anti-inflammatory, and generally indicated for increasing energy, endurance, and acts as an-adaptogen that exerts a strong immunostimulatory, and anti-stress agent.
In Ayurveda, Ashwagandha is indicated for cold, and coughs, ulcers, emaciation, diabetes, conjunctivitis, epilepsy, insomnia, senile dementia, leprosy, Parkinson’s disease, nervous disorders, rheumatism, arthritis, intestinal infections, bronchitis, asthma, impotence, and a suppressant in HIV/AIDS patients.
Ashwagandha promotes a stronger immune system, physical strength, lustrous complexion, clarity of mind, and sense of Well-being.
High dosages of alkaloids from Withania exhibit prolonged hypotensive, bradycardia, and respiratory stimulant actions may also have a depressant effect on higher cerebral centers; sedative effects have also been demonstrated.
Use Ashwagandha with caution in peptic ulcer disease as it may cause gastrointestinal irritation. People who are sensitive to the Solanaceae family should use this herb with caution. It should not be used in the high uric acid count.
Sarpagandha (Rauvolfia Serpentina)
Rauvolfia Serpentina is known by many common names such as SERPENTWOOD, The Himalayan snakeroot, Serpentina root, Serpentine root, Rauwolfia, Chandrabhaga, and Sarpagandha. Sarpagandha is a medicinal plant, and its leaves and roots are used mainly for therapeutic purpose.
It is the main herb for hypertension.
Sarpagandha is prescribed in the treatment of high blood pressure, insomnia, epilepsy, asthma, acute stomach ache, and painful delivery, and for mental illness (neuropsychiatric disorders, psychosis, schizophrenia). It is used in snake-bite, insect stings, and mental disorders.
Sarpagandha has antihyperensive, antipsychotic, antifertility, Hypnotic, CNS Depressant, Narcotic, Sedative, and Tranquilizer activities. It depletes peripheral catecholamine (noradrenaline) stores, which results in a reduction of blood pressure.
Brahmi / Bacopa monnieri (often confused with its close relative Gotu Kola Centella Asiatica) which is also called Brahmi in Northern India), is bitter (Tikta), astringent (Kashaya) in taste (Ras), light (Laghu), unctuous (Snigdha) in qualities (Guna). It is pungent (Katu) after digestion (Vipak), and Cool 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, it is indicated in mental weakness, anxiety, skin disorders, and fever. It is a memory vitalizer and nervine tonic.
Shankhpushpi / Convolvulus pluricaulis bears conch shell-like flowers, and hence it is named as Shankhpushpi (Shankha = Conch; Pushp = Flowers). It is boon for the brain. It is a powerful brain stimulant. Shankhpushpi is hypotensive, antithyroid, and sedative. It improves mental functions and reduces stress due to traumatic, chemical or psychological reasons. Shankhpushpi is used in the treatment of epilepsy, insanity, weakness of nerves, and mental retardation.
Shankhpushpi is Katu (Pungent), Tikta (Bitter), and Kashaya (Astringent) in taste (Ras), and Laghu (light), Slimy, and Oily in action (Guna). Its post-digestive effect (Vipak) is Madhura (Sweet). It is a Sheet Virya herbs. Sheet Virya or Cool potency herb subdues Pitta (Bile) Vata (Wind), and increases Kapha (Mucus). Sheet Virya herb gives nourishment to the body and steadiness. It supports the building of the body fluids.
Shankhpushpi reduces different types of stress, including psychological, chemical, and traumatic. It has an anti-anxiety, hypotensive, and mental function improving the property. It is a brain tonic and used to treat mental weakness, mental disorders, insanity, to improve memory.
Divya Mukta Vati Biomedical Action
- Adaptogen: Substance considered to help the body adapt to stress.
- Anti-inflammatory: Reducing inflammation by acting on body mechanisms.
- Antioxidant: Neutralize the oxidant effect of free radicals and other substances.
- Cardiac: Related to heart.
- Cardioprotective: Protects the heart.
- Hypolipidemic: Lowers lipid level in blood.
- Sedative: Promoting calm or inducing sleep
- Tonic: Restore or improve health or well-being.
Divya Mukta Vati Health Benefits
- Divya Mukta Vati helps to manage mild to moderate hypertension.
- It helps in insomnia, anxiety, syndrome, sleeplessness, restless legs, and anxiety due to hypertension.
- It reduces mild hypertension.
- It reduces stress and distraction.
Divya Mukta Vati Therapeutic Uses
Mukta Vati is used in the treatment of mild to moderate hypertension, insomnia, and anxiety. It reduces anxiety, and have a calming effect.
Ideally, the blood pressure reading should be below 120 over 80 (120/80). This is the ideal blood pressure for people wishing to have good health.
If reading is 120 over 80 (120/80) to 140 over 90 (140/90), take steps to bring it down or to stop it rising any further.
Hypertension (high blood pressure) is defined as having a blood pressure reading of more than 140/90 mmHg over a number of weeks. The top number is systolic blood pressure. The highest pressure when the heart beats and pushes the blood round body. The bottom one is diastolic blood pressure. The lowest pressure when the heart relaxes between beats.
Mild hypertension or Stage 1 hypertension is a systolic pressure ranging from 130 to 139 mm Hg or a diastolic pressure ranging from 80 to 89 mm Hg.
Moderate hypertension or Stage 2 hypertension is more severe hypertension. For stage 2 hypertension a systolic pressure of 140 mm Hg or higher or a diastolic pressure of 90 mm Hg or higher.
Divya Mukta Vati Dosage
- The recommended dosage of medicine is 1-2 tablets.
- 1 tablet for blood pressure 140/90 mm Hg to 159/99 mm Hg.
- 2 tablets for blood pressure greater than 160/100 mm Hg.
- It should be taken twice a day.
- It is to be taken with water or lukewarm milk.
- It should be taken one hour before breakfast and dinner.
- Monitor blood pressure.
- Reduce the dose, and frequency, if required.
- Or take as directed by a doctor.
- In person aged ≥ 45 years, BP should be recorded at least once every 5 years. This recording should be the average of several measurements.
- Lifestyle management is recommended for management of high blood pressure.
- Intake of low salt diet is highly recommended.
- Do not smoke.
- Along with medicine lifestyle changes are also necessary. Include easily digestible food items, fruits, and vegetables in the diet. Do Yog, and Pranayama.
- 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 humour, and the properties of individual drugs.
- Do check the list of ingredients, and their contraindications to avoid any side effects.
- If symptoms do not improve or worsen, consult a doctor.
- Specific contraindications have not been identified.
- Shankhapushpi herb is contraindicated with modern anti-epileptic drug Phenytoin. It reduces the antiepileptic activity of Phenytoin and lowers plasma phenyton levels. In case, epilepsy consults a doctor before use.
- Sarpagandha has teratogenic (disturb the development of an embryo or fetus), and abortifacient action, and must not be used in pregnancy.
- 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.
Divya Mukta Vati Side-effects
- This medicine may have some side effects.
- It may cause nasal congestion/rhinitis (irritation, and inflammation of the mucous membrane inside the nose causing symptoms such as stuffy nose, runny nose, sneezing, etc.)
- By taking this medicine the person may suffer from dry mouth.
- It may cause dizziness, headache, breathing problems, and uneasiness.
- Sarpagandha side effects include dizziness, drowsiness, dyspnea, erectile dysfunction, lethargy, rash, and reactive changes (dangerous while driving), reduced sexual potency, and stuffy nose.
- 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.
FAQs About Divya Mukta Vati
Is it safe to take Divya Mukta Vati?
Yes, it is safe to take Divya Mukta Vati in the recommended dosage. Do not exceed the dose.
What is the Chief Indication of Divya Mukta Vati?
What is Effect on Vata-Pitta or Kapha?
- Vata Reducing.
- Pitta Increasing.
- Kapha Reducing.
What is the Best time to take Divya Mukta Vati?
It should be taken before the meal. Try to take at the same time daily.
Is Divya Mukta Vati a habit-forming medicine?
Is it safe to drive while taking Divya Mukta Vati?
Can I take it during periods?
It can be taken. Avoid during periods, if you feel any effect on bleeding pattern.
Can I take it during pregnancy?
It is hot in potency. So, do not take.
Can a diabetic person take it?
What are the contraindications of Sarpagandha?
Sarpagandha has teratogenic (disturb the development of an embryo or fetus), and abortifacient action, and must not be used in pregnancy.
It is contraindicated in patients with a history of mental depression, bleeding disorders, gastric, and duodenal ulcers, pregnancy, breastfeeding, asthma, ulcers, and kidney pain, decreased renal function, and in patients receiving Electroconvulsive therapy (ECTs). ECT was formerly known as electroshock therapy, and often referred to as shock treatment, is a psychiatric treatment in which seizures are electrically induced in patients to provide relief from psychiatric illnesses.
Side effects include depression, dizziness, drowsiness, dyspnea, erectile dysfunction, lethargy, rash, and reactive changes (dangerous while driving), reduced sexual potency, and stuffy nose.
Drug interactions occur with appetite suppressants, barbiturates, digitalis glycosides, levodopa, neuroleptics, and sympathomimetics.
When taken with cough/flu medicines or with appetite lowering medicine it causes a significant initial increase in blood pressure.
Do not use with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, beta-blockers, levodopa, tricyclic, and antidepressants.
It should not be used with alcohol as it severely increases the impairment of motor reactions.
Excessive dose causes drowsiness, weak-slow pulse, slow breathing, diarrhea, lower body temperature, and contraction of pupils.