Kerala Ayurveda's Guluchyadi Kwath is an Ayurvedic medicine that is known to help in the ayurvedic treatment of fever and ailments associated with a burning sensation, loss of appetite and vomiting. It also has Pitta-Kapha balancing properties.
It is known to be an effective ayurvedic medicine that helps provide relief from burning sensation i.e. in treatment of heartburn, acid reflux, gastritis, nausea and vomiting.
Guduchyadi Kwath is used to help build immunity and can help build resistance to fever
It is an Ayurvedic appetite stimulant syrup
According to Ayurveda, Guluchyadi Kwath is known to reduce vitiation of the Pitta Dosha and Kapha Dosha.
Giloy (Guduchi) – Tinospora Cordifolia
Described in Ayurveda as 'amrita', Giloy is known for its numerous medicinal properties. It is well known as an anti-arthritic, digestive, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancerous, and as a blood purifier. It is a key ingredient used in ayurvedic medicine for viral fever
Dhania (Coriander) – Coriandrum Sativum
Dhania has therapeutic properties and is used in Ayurveda to treat a range of conditions from stomach illnesses to fevers.
Lal Chandan (Red Sandalwood)
Pterocarpus Santalinus - Lal chandan is used in ayurvedic medicine to stop vomiting
as it is known to provide relief from vomiting, chronic fever, excessive thirst, fatigue, cold, psychiatric disorders, nasal bleeding, heavy periods, menorrhagia, diarrhoea, gastritis, burning sensation, as well as skin infections.
Neem – Azadirachta Indica In Ayurveda, neem is typically used to balance pitta and kapha. Its cold, light, and dry qualities tend to aggravate vata.
Padmaka (Wild Himalayan Cherry) – Prunus Cerasoides It is primarily used to treat back pain and skin diseases like eczema and wounds. It also helps in the management of arthritis, and neck pain.
As directed by your Physician.
It has anti-microbial action and anti-inflammatory property
It can be used in all infections occurring with burning sensation and high-grade fever