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Ayurvedic Kwath

Bhaishajya Kalpana, the Ayurvedic Herbal Pharmaceutics, encompasses Pancha vidha kashaya kalpana (five fundamental dosage forms). Among them, Kwatha Kalpana holds great significance and is widely used in Ayurvedic preparations. It is the foundation for various formulations such as Asava, Arishta, Taila, Gutika, and Avaleha. The preparation involves boiling one part of the raw drug with sixteen parts of water, reducing it to one-eighth for optimal potency.

Kwatha Kalpana, the herbal decoction, is primarily consumed internally. It has several unique qualities, including the easy availability of raw materials, adaptability, enhanced absorption and assimilation in the body, and retention of water-soluble constituents in the raw materials. These attributes contribute to its efficacy and beneficial effects on the body system.

At Kerala Ayurveda, we expertly prepare our Kwaths, adhering to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). The herbs used in our Kwaths are predominantly sourced from our own herbal garden, which comprises over 1200 herbs. We are committed to delivering the finest quality and purity products for your well-being.

Herbal Ingredients in Kwath

  • Dasamoola
  • Guduchi
  • Rasna
  • Bala
  • Eranda
  • Puthikaranja
  • Devadaru
  • Panchakola
  • Haritaki
  • Sunthi
  • Ashwagandha
  • Kritamala

Note: The ingredients listed above are used for preparing various decoctions in various combinations. All of these may not be present in one product.

Our Best Ayurvedic Kwath

  1. Amruthotharam Kwath - An Ayurvedic formula for early stages high temperature. It not only helps optimize the body temperature but also helps relieve indigestion, bloating, and other pitta-aggravated conditions.
  2. Indukantham Kwath - Enhance your respiratory immunity with Indhukantham Kwath, an Ayurvedic immune supplement. Enriched with Ojovardhaka herbs, this potent decoction strengthens your defense against respiratory infections, providing multi-level immunity support.
  3. Manjishtadi Kwath - Experience accelerated skin healing with Manjishtadi Kwath and get ready to flaunt flawless and even-toned skin. Infused with Rakthaprasadaka herbs, this decoction promotes natural blood health by eliminating toxic metabolic waste from the blood and rejuvenating your skin from within.
  4. Varunadi Kwath - Achieve your weight loss goals with Varunadi Kwath, an Ayurvedic fat burner. Enriched with Kapha-pacifying and lekhaniya herbs, it regulates fat accumulation and targets excess medas in the belly, hips, and thighs caused by hormonal imbalances.

Benefits of Our Kwaths

At Kerala Ayurveda, we draw inspiration from traditional recipes and natural ingredients to create a diverse range of Kwaths. These decoctions are formulated to address various health concerns, ranging from relieving high temperatures to respiratory infections. Explore our catalog to discover the perfect Kwath for your unique need.

Why KAL?

  • Kerala Ayurveda is an India-based institution with a long-standing legacy of over 76 years.
  • We source the finest herbal ingredients and other raw materials nationwide from gardens and natural forests.
  • All our products are manufactured, packaged, and delivered straight to your front door from our climate-controlled warehouse. That’s why our products have an excellent shelf-life without harmful preservatives. With Kerala Ayurveda, you get the assurance of quality and purity.

AYURVEDIC KWATH (DECOCTION)

Kwath is a decoction of Ayurvedic herbs consumed orally for its various health benefits. The significance of kwath in Ayurveda is credited to its enhanced bioavailability, simple recipe and convenient storage.

Kerala Ayurveda offers a wide range of kwath products to treat issues like poor immunity, diabetes, seasonal flu and symptoms of viral infections and fever.

Every kwath product listed on our website is prepared using fresh, handpicked herbs, which are processed by following traditional methods while maintaining an optimum composition that serves the intended purpose.

How is kwath made?

Generally, Ayurvedic herbs are not edible in their intrinsic form. There has to be a process to distil an herb's useful enzymes into edible form. Preparing a decoction or kwath of an herb is one of the most convenient ways to consume it. Plus, it's easy to make at scale.

Here's an overview of how kwath is made:

  • First of all, the herb is crushed to make a coarse powder.
  • One part of powder is added to 16 parts of water.
  • The mixture is then boiled at a medium-to-low flame until the water content reduces to 1/8th of what you started with.
  • The herbs are then filtered out, leaving a decoction behind, which should be consumed as instructed by your Ayurvedic practitioner.

Preparing a decoction at home can be difficult due to the unavailability of herbs in your area. Plus, cross-contamination is a major issue that is impossible to avoid with the limited means that you have. Also, boiling the mixture at a higher temperature might destroy the herb.

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