Agnitundi Vati is a classical Ayurvedic preparation used to treat impaired digestion. It acts as antispasmodic, carminative and digestive (pachniya).
10 g of each of
- Suta (Purified and processed Mercury)
- Visha (Aconitum ferox)
- Gandhaka (Purified and processed Sulphur)
- Ajamoda – Ajowan (fruit) (Trachyspermum roxburghianum)
- Haritaki – Chebulic Myrobalan fruit rind (Terminalia chebula)
- Vibhitaki – Belliric Myrobalan fruit rind ( Terminalia bellirica)
- Amalaki – Indian gooseberry fruit (Emblica officinalis Gaertn)
- Yava Kshara – Kshara of Barley (Hordeum vulgare)
- Vahni – Lead Wort (root) (Plumbago zeylanica)
- Saindhava Lavana (Rock salt)
- Jeeraka – Cumin (Cuminum cyminum)
- Sauvarchala Lavana (Sochal salt)
- Vidanga – False black pepper (Embelia ribes)
- Samudra Lavana (Common salt)
- Tankana Bhasma (Borax)
- Vishamushti (Purified Strychnos nux vomica) – 160 g
- Jambira swarasa (Lemon juice)
Properties and Uses
- It is excellent deepen, pachak and Vata-nashak.
- It gives strength to heart.
- It improves digestion, appetite and taste.
- It reduces cough and Vata.
- It shows beneficial effect in vata-kapha dominant liver diseases.
- It regularizes bowel movements and gives relief inn constipation.
- Alcoholic pancreatitis
- Acute and chronic pancreatitis
- Bed wetting in children
- Loss of appetite, Loss of taste
- Indigestion, Abdominal gas, Abdominal pain, colic
- Intestinal worms
- Fever due to indigestion
- Diarrhoea, Dysentery
Dosage and Anupana
125 to 250 (1 to 2 tablet) mg with lime juice, warm water at one or two times a day after meal or as directed by physician.
Agnitundi vati should be used strictly under medical supervision as it contains heavy metals. Its accidental overdose cause poisonous effects. Patients with high blood pressure should take this medicine with precautions as it contains salt as an ingredient. It should be avoided during pregnancy and lactation and in children.
5 years from the date of manufacturing.
Bhaishaya Ratnawali- Agnimandhyadi rogadhikara.