What Are The Benefits Of The Avipattikar Churna?

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Avipattikar Churna is a classical ayurvedic medicine that has been used by several ayurvedic healers and physicians since time immemorial. Be it constipation, burning ache due to excess acid, hyperacidity, gastritis, loss of appetite, indigestion, piles, urinary problems, abdominal pain, difficulty in micturition and kidney stones, this herbal remedy, is an absolute answer to all sorts of anomalies related to the gastrointestinal system, kidney and the urinary functions.

What Is Avipattikar Churna?

Avipattikar Churna is a concocted formulation of several ayurvedic herbs that are made in accordance with the principles of Churnam. It is an extremely popular medicine and ancient signature remedy for all stomach related ailments.

It consists of 12 whopping powerful herbal ingredients including amla, bahera, ela, lavanga, haritaki, kali marich, adrak, mustaka, tej patra, nisoth, and misri, each of which work together to show potent carminative, digestive, anti-inflammatory and anti-flatulent properties, which actively helps in reducing intestinal gas, bloating, constipation, abdominal heaviness, urinary problems, and kidney difficulties.

How To Make Avipattikar Churna?

Ingredients:

Haritaki (Chebulic Myrobalan) – Terminalia Chebula

Bibhitaki (Bahera or Beleric Myrobalan) – Terminalia Bellirica

Amla (Amalaki or Indian Gooseberry) – Emblica Officinalis

Sonth (dried ginger) – Zingiber officinale

Kali Marich (Black Pepper) – Piper Nigrum

Pippali (Long Pepper) – Piper Longum

Ela (Green Cardamom) – Elettaria Cardamomum

Tejpatta (Indian Bay Leaf) – Cinnamomum Tamala

Laung (Clove) – Syzygium Aromaticum

Mustaka (Nut Grass) – Cyperus Rotundus

Vaividang (False Black Pepper) – Embelia Ribes

Nishoth (Turpeth) – Operculina Turpethum

Misri (candy sugar – crystallized sugar lumps)

Method:

Wash the herbal ingredients and sundry them completely to remove moisture.

Powder the herbs and sieve them to remove impurities and solid particles.

Mix everything together and again dry to remove all moisture.

Store it in glass containers for future use.

Ayurvedic Benefits Of Avipattikar Churnam

Averts Acidity And Gastritis

Imbued with strong herbal ingredients, Avipattikar Churna holds high significance for treating acidity and gastritis. It effectively moderates the secretion of the hydrochloric acid and other stomach acids in the stomach which in turn helps diminishing the inflammation and rebuilding mucus-lined barrier. It is also used to reduce burning in the throat, chest, stomach, and abdomen.

Promotes Digestion

Avipattikar Churna is a traditional remedy for treating a wide range of gastrointestinal disorders like gastroesophageal reflux disease, indigestion, esophagitis, diarrhoea, flatulence, peptic ulcer, constipation, flatulence etc. The potent carminative and digestive nature of the herbs in the formulation helps in breaking down the food particles in the stomach and intestine, improves digestion and helps in treating indigestion and other digestive anomalies.

Treats GERD

The wealth of active ingredients and herbs present in this classical medicine provides a one-shot relief from Gastroesophageal Reflux Disorder (I.e. GERD). Not only does it treat heart burn, throat pain, and chest pain but also promotes digestion and enhances overall functioning of the gastro-intestinal system.

Prevents Urinary Disorders:

The herbal remedy plays a quintessential role in preventing and treating urinary distension, renal stones and painful urination. The potent antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties of the churnam hold high significance in treating bacterial infections in the urinary tract and thereby reducing inflammation and pain while urinating.

Enhances Kidney Functioning

The wealth of potent herbs used in this churnam work together to lower the risk of UTI and kidney problems. By removing urine salts like calcium and oxalates, it prevents deposition which in turn eliminates kidney stones. Additionally, regular consumption also lowers inflammation of kidneys, glomeruli, tubules and interstitial tissue.

 

 

 

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