Abhyarishta is a type of Arishta formulated by anaerobically fermenting the decoctions of plant parts with jaggery solution in a sealed container for a specific period. This process produces ethanol that in turn works as a preservative. It can help pacify Vata Dosha. Also it helps to manage flatulence, gas trouble, bloating and constipation which ultimately strengthen intestines and improve bowel movement.
• fruit of Haritaki (Terminalia chebula Retz)
• fruit of Amalaki (Emblica officinalis Garten)
• fruit pulp of Kapittha (Feronia elephantum Correa)
• root of Indravaruni (Citrusllus colocynthetis Schrad)
• fruit of Vidanga (Embillia ribes Burn.F.)
• root of Pippali (Piper longum Linn)
• bark of Lodhra (Sympolocos racemosa Roxb.)
• fruit of Maricha (Piper nigrum Linn)
• fruit of Kankola (Piper cubeba Linn)
• Guda (Jaggery) and water
Abhyarishta should be taken in a dose of 15-20ml twice a day or as directed by the physician.
Abhayarishta helps to manage constipation by balancing Vata and Pitta. It also helps to expel waste products from the large intestine due to its Rechana (laxative) property.
Abhayarishta helps to manage piles by stimulating digestive fire and removing constipation due to its Vata balancing properties. Abhayarishta possesses antioxidant properties that can reduce inflammation, pain, and irritation in the perianal area.
• Anal Fistula
Digestive problems like chronic constipation might cause problems Anal fistula. Abhyarishta has Rechana (laxative) property which helps manage constipation and reduce the symptoms of anal fistula.
As per Ayurveda, the low digestive fire (Mand Agni) in the body may cause indigestion of the food consumed, resulting in the formation of Ama (toxic remains in the body due to improper digestion). This might lead to anorexia or loss of appetite. It is a condition which results in the imbalance of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha doshas. Abhayarishta helps to manage the loss of appetite, thirst, bloating, and flatulence.
Abhayarishta has been found to help reduce the size of vitiligo patches on the skin when taken along with other supportive topical applicants like Marichyadi Lepa.
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