THE SADVAIDYASLA PRIVATE LIMITED.
13TH CROSS, M.G.S.ROAD,
NANJANGUD – 571 301
Telephones: 08221-226299, 226407,
Email: [email protected]
ESTABLISHED BY REVERED
BHISHAGRATNA AYURVEDA VIDWAN LATE B.V.PUNDIT.
CATALOGUE OF MEDICINES
FOR USE AND INFORMATION OF REGISTERED MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS ONLY
Ayurveda is arguable one of the oldest traditional system of medicine in practice today.
Ayurveda believes that the health of an individual depends on ability to live in harmony
with oneself as well as the external universe. It has always preached “Prevention is better
than cure’ Ayurvedic treatment is generally administered after the Physician has a
complete understanding of the Prakriti or body type of a person. The good thing about this
science is that it can maintain health in the healthy and cure diseases in the unhealthy.
Ayurvedic medicines are prepared using herbs, minerals as well as some animal
derivatives. Contrary to popular belief Ayurvedic medicines are potent enough to cure
certain problems quickly, provided the correct medication is correct dosage at the right
time. This system can give tremendous relief to patients suffering from chronic ailments
like Arthritis, Skin, Bronchopulmonary, Cardiovascular and life style disorders. It is
however best to seek the advice of a qualified Physician and undergo a proper course of
treatment for best results.
Sadvaidyasala was founded in 1913 by Late Revered Bhisagratna Ayurveda Vidwan
B.V.Pundit. It is one of the oldest concerns manufacturing Ayurvedic medicines in
Karnataka. The preparations include both Pharmacopoeial (Formulae as per the books
listed in the schedule ‘Q’ of the Drugs and Cosmetics Act and Ayurvedic Proprietary
preparations formulated by the founder and further generations by the rich experience in
the field of Ayurveda. These preparations have been meticulously tested for their efficacy
before being released into the markets as a licensed Ayurvedic medicine.
The Company currently manufacturing over a 180 products which include Asava &
Arishtas (Medicated wines), Lehyams (Confections), Arkas (Distillates), Churnas
(Powders), Tailas (Medicated Oils), Ghritas (Medicated Ghee), Vatis (Pills), Tablets and
Capsules, Syrups and Ointments. Our Lehyams are specially appreciated for their
palatability, consistency and preserving qualities. The Asava/ Arishta’s are prepared in
strict conformity to the Shastric principles and stored in teak wood vats. We strongly
believe that results of Ayurvedic preparations are best seen if they are prepared ub the
traditional manner. Some of our products like Bhavana Shunti, Srikara Amodini, Srikara
Kasturi Pills, Roso Gulkhan, Sarasaparilla Syrup, Balashobha, have all gained immense
popularity for their unique taste and curative properties.
The Sadvaidyasala is now being managed by the third generation of the family, it is a
closely held Private Limited Company. The Management is committed towards maintaining
high standards of manufacturing and business ethics which have been the hall mark of
our Company since its inception. The Company has a 15 beded Ayurvedic Hospital in the
name of the Sri Dhanvantari Arogyashram Trust, where both inpatient and outpatient
facilities have been provided. The Arogyashram was established in 1961 and has treated
over five lakh patients over the years. The Management of Both the Company as well as
the Trust are committed producing high quality products to its customers but also provide
efficient service to Doctors/ Vaidyas, Distributors and Dealers.
ASAVAS & ARISHTAS
Asava and Arishtas are classical Ayurvedic preparations that contain self generated alcohol. Arishtas are prepared as a hot decoction by boiling medicinal herbs with water and after cooling allowed to ferment with the addition of jaggery and honey. Asava’s are prepared by making a sheetha kashaya (cold decoction) i.e., by adding boiled cooled water to the herbs, taking the decoction by squeezing and then allowing to ferment with the addition of jaggery and honey. Fermentation of these decoctions leads to the formation of self generated alcohol to a maximum of 12%. The active ingredients of the herbs are extracted into the decoction first and also in the self generated alcohol making the product effective. Most Asavas and Arishtas can be stored for long number of years unless otherwise mentioned. B.V.Pundit’s Arishtas are known for their quality and efficacy and are also known to work at lower dosages.
Most of our Asava, Arishtas are available in 200ml, 500ml and 1000ml.
(B. R. Arshorogadhkara)
Chief Ingredients: Haritaki Vidanga, Trivruth Madhuca.
Indication : It is the best medicine for the treatment of both internal and external piles It
promptly relieves the excruciating pain and checks bleeding in piles, It is also useful in
Chief Ingredients: Amrita, Kiratatikta, Shrapunkha, Vasa, Nimba, Surasa, Chandana,
Katuki, Parpata, Maricha.
Indication: It treats all fevers. It is chiefly indicated in all
kinds of febrile affection, particularly having periodic cycles such as malaria and other
obstinate forms not yielding to ordinary measures. It is also useful in pruritis and certain
Chief ingredients: Guduchi, Bilva, Agnimantha, Shyonaka, Kashmarya, Patala, Shalaparni,
Prishnaparni, Bruhati, Kantakari, Gokshura.
Indications: Jwara,Vishama Jwara i.e all kinds of fevers.
(B. R. - Hridrogadhikara)
Chief ingredients: Arjuna. Madhuca. Draksha.
Indication: It is a cardiac tonic, lt is an excellent adjuvant in the management of chronic
cardiac diseases. It is also useful in the treatment of hypertension.
5. ASHOKA KALP
Chief Ingredients: Ashoka, Lodhra, Pattanga, Dhataki, Mocharasa, Vasa, Sariva, Bala,
Jeeraka, Darvi, Usheera, Bilva, Kunkuma.
Indication: A very useful preparation in female complaints like leucorrhea, menorrhagia,
metrorrhagia, dysmenorrhea and irregular menstrual cycle.
(B. R. - Pradaroragadhikara)
Chief Ingredients: Ashoka, Pippali, Maricha, Nagara.
Indication: An excellent remedy for Menorrhagia, Metrorrhagia, Dysmenorrhea and
(B. R. - Moorcharogadhikara)
Chief Ingredients: Aswagandha, Vidari, Srigandha. Hemapushpi.
Indication: It is a Nervine Tonic, recommended for neurasthenia and epilepsy. It is a tissue
builder and acts as a restorative. It is helpful in weakness resulting out of over sexual
8. ASWAGANDHA KALP
Chief Ingredients: Aswagandha, Madhuka, Vidari, Sariva, Shatavari, Bala, Atibala,
Shalmali, Kusta, Atmagupta, Kasturi, Kumkuma.
Indication : An ideal nervine and restorative tonic especially intended for use during
convalescence after serious illnesses, general or sexual debility, brain-fag, loss of
memory, dullness of the brain, restlessness etc.
(B. R. Vatavyadhikara)
Chief Ingredients: Bala, Aswagandha.
Indication: It is indicated m all nervous (Vata) disorders, it helps in Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Facial Paralysis Hemi-plegia, Anorexia and Insomnia. It improves appetite and is used as a
tissue builder in children.
10. CHANDHAN SUDHA
Chief Ingredients: Chandana, Sariva, Usheera, Gulabi, Sugandha, Maricha, Manjista,
Haridra, Mocharasa, Dhataki.
Indication : It is chiefly indicated in gonorrhea, gleet, gonorrheal arthritis, spermatorrhea,
burning micturition and such other urinary diseases.
Chief Ingredients: Bilva, Agninantha, Shyonaka, Gambhari, Padri, Shalaparani, Bruhati,
Kantakari, Gokshura, Bala.
Indication: Useful in dropsy, oedema, and flatulence.
Chief Ingredients: Bilva, Agninantha, Shyonaka, Gambhari, Padri, Shalaparani, Bruhati,
Kantakari, Gokshura, Bala.
Indication: It is a good recuperative tonic for women after delivery. It strengthens the
nerves and corrects anemia. It prevents excessive postnatal hemorrhage. It is effective in
Bronchitis, asthma and spermatorrhea. It is useful in medically curable female infertility
and repeated abortions.
(B. R. Rajayakshmadhikara)
Chief Ingredients: Draksha, Ela, Maricha, Pippali.
Indication: It is a good general tonic. Provides relief in cough, Bronchial asthma and throat
troubles. It is an appetizer and carminative useful in sleeplessness and debility. It can aiso
be used as an adjuvant in the treatment of tuberculosis
Chief Ingredients: Draksha, Chitraka, Shunti, Maricha, Lavanga, Ela, Vidanga, Pippali,
Indication: It is a stimulant antipyretic, diaphoretic and diuretic. It is a reputed restorative
and blood enriching tonic in convalescence in influenza, pneumonia, cough, cold, catarrh
and asthma. It is effective in dyspepsia, anorexia, flatulence, vomiting and allied disorders.
It maintains strength in acute diseases characterized by excessive debility.
Chief Ingredients: Krishna Jeeraka, Jeeraka.
Indication: It is mainly recommended for postnatal use in women. It effectively controls
diarrhoea, occurring in the period following delivery. It is also a good appetizer and used
as a galactogogue.
Chief Ingredients: Amalaka, Sariva, Shatavari, Srigandha, Aswagandha, Shalmali, Lodhra,
Madhuka, Ashoka, Manjista, Gokshura, Usheera, Gulabi, Haridra, Dhataki.
Indication: It is a reliable uterine tonic sedative and alterative. It works efficiently in
sterility, repeated abortions, dysmenorrhea, menorrhagia, metrorrhagia and leucorrhea. It
is also useful in burning pains of the eyes and extremities, neuralgic pains of the back and
waist, lassitude, biliousness, anemia, debility and palpitations of the heart. Apart from this
it acts as a nutritive and vitalizer.
17. KANAKA KALP
Chief Ingredients: Kanaka, Kantakari, Vasa, Rasna, Pippali, Madhuka, Maricha, Bharangi,
Kesara, Lavanga, Talisa, Draksha, Karpura, Nagara.
Indication: This medicine is highly useful in acute and chronic asthma, chronic bronchitis,
whooping cough, cough and certain other pulmonary disorders arising from vastasleshma
(B. R. - Kustadhihara)
Chief Ingredients: Khadira, Bakuchi Pippali, Maricha, Nagara.
Indication : It is an excellent medicine for chronic skin ailments. It is useful in
Leucoderma, Psoriasis, Pruritis and Leprosy. It is also a good anthelmintic.
A much valued preparation in dull and congested condition of the liver, ascities, spleenic
enlargement, phtysis and abdominal tumors, it is very effective in secondary amenorrhea,
and scanty and difficult menstruation.
(B. R. Atisaradhikara)
Chief Ingredients: Kutaja, Madhuca, Draksha, Gambhari.
Indication: It is a very good remedy for Dysentery, Diarrhoea and Sprue. It is especially
useful in controlling long standing diarrhoea and dysentery which fail to respond to other
(B. R. Pandurogadhikara - Modified)
Chief Ingredients: Draksha, Haritaki, Vibhitaki. Kasisa, Trikatu.
Indication: It is best remedy for iron deficiency, anemia. It is also useful in chronic fevers
and diarrhoea caused due to faulty functioning of liver
Chief Ingredients: Aswagandha, Vidari, Sariva, Madhuka, Shatavari, Bala, Gokshura,
Musta, Trikatu, Triphala, Chitraka, Pippali, Shalmali, Kasisa, Kasturi, and Kashmiraja.
Indication: Most valuable blood enriching and vitalizing tonic employed with great success
in anemia, general and nervous debility, spermatorrhea, nocturnal emissions,
convalescence from severe illnesses, neurasthenia, and such other nervous disorders
associated with sexual excesses.
(C. S. Swayathu Chikitsa)
Chief Ingredients: Shothaghni, Vasaka. Kantakari, Kasisa.
Indication: It is very useful in relieving oedematic condition found in anemia, heart
diseases, renal diseases and ascites, Long term use o+ this medicine ensures prompt
relief in oedema.
(B. R. Rasayanadhiliara)
Chief ingredients: Mandookaparni, Vacha. Vidari, Shatavari.
Indication: It is a very good brain tonic. It improves grasping and memory powers, it
controls stress and improves work efficiency. Ayurvedic classics state that Lord
Dhanvantari himself had envisaged this invaluable medicine for the benefit of his
students. It is very useful for students and professionals who do a lot of mental work. It is
administered in case of defective speech viz: Stammering. It is a boon for singers and
Chief Ingredients: Chadana, Raktachandana, Gulabi, Madhuka, Usheera, Sariva, Kukuma
Indication: It is an effective remedy for itch, eczema, boils, acne, secondary syphilitic
eruptions, gummata, syphilitic or gonorrheal arthritis, excessive heat in the system,
burning micturition etc. Routinely used it acts as a prophylactic against smallpox,
erysipelas, measles etc., and proves to be a nervine tonic.
Chief Ingredients: Triphala, Udumbara, Jambu, Amrita, Madhuka, Shalmali, Vasa, Dhataki,
Indication: A very effective medicine for diarrhea, dysentery, vomiting, nausea, stomatitis,
bleeding piles, diabetes, polyuria, internal or external hemorrhage, bronchiectasis, internal
1. MAHA MANJISTHADI QUATHA:
Chief ingredients: Manjista, Haridra, Kusta, Khadira, Atimadhura, Sariva, Ashwagandha,
Indications: Chiefly indicated in all types of skin diseases like pruritis, excema, rashes ,
ring worm, erysipelas and dermatitis.
2. MAHA RASNADI QUATHA:
Chief ingredients: Rasna, Durlabha, Devadaru, Vacha, Shunti, Chavya, Punarnava,
Shatahowa, Ativisha, Shatavari.
Indications: It is invaluable in rheumatism, rheumatoid arthritis, sciatica, hernia,
tymphanities, and many other diseases which are attributed to vata-shleshma
derangement. It is more effective when used in combination with yogarajaguggula.
3. PHALATRIKADI KASHAYA:
Chief ingredients: Triphala, Guduchi, Vasa, Katuki, Bhunimbha, Nimbha
Indications: This preparation is useful in all kinds of liver disorders, especially pandu and
4. RASNA SAPTHAKA QUATHA:
Chief ingredients: Rasna, Guduchi, Argwadha, Devadaru, Eranda, Punarnava
Indications: Useful in uoorastambha (musculoskeletal disorders), katishool (lumbago),
parshwashoola (lower back ache), and trikashoola (lumbo-sacral pain)
Arkas are distilled essences, which contain volatile constituents of the drug used in preparation, in a medium of water, Arkas are used when the active ingredients (curative principle) of the herb is volatile and can be easily brought out in distillate.
Most of our Arkas are available in 100ml, 200ml, 500ml and 1000ml packs except Shonitamruta which is available in 50 ml pack also.
Chief ingredients: Spatika, Navasagara, Saindhava, Mishreya
Indications: Highly efficacious medicine for children’s complaints like dyspepsia ,
flatulence, noise in the bowels, disinclination for food, enlargement of the spleen or liver,
torpidity of the liver, gaseous abdominal tumors, diarrhoea, colic and hypocholorhydria.
Chief ingredients: Shatahowa, Panchalavana
Indications: It is serviceable in enlargements of liver and spleen, phantom tumor of the
abdomen, dyspepsia, flatulence, diarrhoea, vomiting and abdominal colic and ascites.
OMUM WATER :
Chief ingredients: Ajwain
Ingredients: This arka (distillate) of omum is intended for use in dyspepsia, stomach pain,
flatulence, diarrhoea due to indigestion, intestinal infestation by worms.
Chief ingredients: Sariva
Indications: Good body coolant can be used with great advantage in painful or burning
micturition, heart burn, gastric and duodenal ulcers, tenesmus and excessive heat in the
Chief ingredients: Spatika, Chandana, Sariva, Tarunipushpa, Usheera
Indications: This is preparation is an arka which is chiefly indicated in the treatment of
Dysmenorrhoea, Menorrhagia, and Metrorrhagia.
Lehyam or Confections are preparations that are rich in pure ghee, most of these preparations are very tasty and palatable, as they are thickened extract of herbs that are rich in raisins, spices like cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and saffron. Lehyams are commonly used in treating children owing to their palatability. Lehyams are one of Sadvaidyasala’ s specialities and fully conform to text book description of lehyams, which are, i) stringy consistency ii) should sink in water iii) should not stick to the finger when rolled into a ball & iv) should be able to hold a thumb impression. The only exception to this being Kandamalaka Rasayana as honey is added to it after finishing.
Lehyams are available in 100g, 200g, 300g, 500g and 1000g packs.
1. AGASTYA RASAYANA
(A. H. Kasa Chikitsa)
Chief Ingredients: Dashamoola, Shankapushpi, Apamarga, Pushkaramulam, Yava.
Very useful in chronic cough, asthma, hiccup, anorexia. It is also useful in relieving
constipation and piles.
2. ASHWAGANDHA RASAYANA
(V. C. Modified)
Chief ingredients: Aswagandha, Pippali. Maricha, Nagara, Yestimadhu. Amalaki.
Indication: It is a very good "Nervine Tonic. It is a reliable tissue builder and useful in
debility following long standing diseases. IT is indicated in spermatorrhoea, sexual
debility, dyspepsia, constipation and cough
3. AMALAKA RASAYANA
(C. S. Rasayanapada - Modified)
Chief Ingredients: Amalaki. Kumkuma kesara, Ela.
Indication: It effectively controls ''Vertigo" and checks "Hypertension." It is a good vitalizer
for old people, IT is very useful in nausea, vomiting, heart-burn and burning sensation in
the extremities, It is useful in anemia and heart diseases.
4. BILVADI RASAYANA
(S. V. Avaleha Prakarna)
Chief Ingredients: Bilva, Trikatu, Aswagandha, Srigandha.
Indication: It is a good appetizer and digestive. Chiefly indicated in vomiting, anorexia,
nausea, excessive salivation & sprue. It is very useful in chronic cases of dysentery and
diarrhoea and also in IBS (irritable bowel syndrome)
Chief Ingredients: Vasa, Amrita, Brahmi, Bharangi, Nagara, Musta, Triphala, Bhringa,
Pippali, and Karpura.
Indication: Expectorant and antispasmodic. Indicated in cough, bronchitis and asthma
(C. S.- Modified)
Mandookaparni, Bhringaraja, Amalaki, Yestimadhu, Sungandha-
maricha, Trikatu. Pushkaramula, Kasisa. Sariva.
Indication: It is the specific medicine for acute and chronic asthma and cough. It is a
respiratory tonic with a rich and reliable vitamin "C" oF Amalaka whjch is the main
ingredient, The classics quote that Chyavana Maharishi got back his youth by using this
preparation. Though this claim is exaggerated it is Irue lhat it prevents weakness which
results from ageing.
7. DHANVANTARI RASAYANA:
Chief Ingredients: Draksha, Vridhadaru, Gandhaka, Amalaki, Chandana, Sariva.
Indication: Indicated in chronic skin condition due to deranged blood, including problems
of syphilitic and non syphilitic arthritis.
8. DRAKSHAMALAKADI LEHYA:
(A. H. Panduroga Chikltsa - Modified)
Chief Ingredients: Draksha, Srigandha, Kalnar, Nagara, Ela.
Indication: Very useful in vertigo, vomiting, nausea. It works effectively in hyper acidity
and heart' burn. It is also useful in burning sensation of the body, stomatitis, anaemia and
constipation. If consumed by people working continuously under the hot sun, it keeps
their body cool.
9. JEERAKA RASAYANA
Chief Ingredients: Aragwadha, Trivrit, Sonamukhi, Draksha, Gulabi, Nagara, Atimadhura,
Jeeraka, Ela, Chandana.
Indication: An aperient corrective of constipation. It can be safely relied upon in all
conditions associated with hard bowels. It relives vomiting sensation arising due to
10. KHANDAMLA RASAYANA
Chief Ingredients: Jambeera, Nagara, Kharjura, Draksha, Jeeraka, Ela, Madhuka,
Dhanyaka, Lavanga, Saindhava
Indication: It is a highly successful remedy for the torpidity of the liver. It can also be
efficiently employed in dyspepsia, anorexia, excessive salivation, giddiness, yellowness of
the eyes and extremities, discomfort due to heavy meals etc.,
11. KOOSHMANDA RASAYANA
(A. H. Kasa Chikista)
Chief Ingredients: Kooshmanda, Pippali, Maricha, Nagara, Ela.
Indication: It is a good nutritive supplement to underweight subjects. It is very useful in
people who are very pale and slim. Correct usage of this medicine promptly increases the
weight of the person. It is also useful in cough, haemoptysis and hiccup. It improves
memory and concentration.
12. MAHA SOWBHAGYASHUNTI
(B. R. Sootlka Rogadhikara - Modified)
Chief Ingredients: Trikatu.
Indication: It is a puerperal tonic. It improves digestion and it takes care of debility
following delivery. It facilitates normal involution of uterus.
13. MAHAJEERAKA RASAYANA
Chief Ingredients: Jeeraka, Shunti, Pippali, Maricha, Ela, Lavanga, Draksha.
Indication: Indicated in anorexia, dyspepsia, flatulence, belching, rumbling noise in the
bowels, stomach pain etc. It also acts as a prophylactic against all vata disorders if used
regularly by women under confinement.
14. OJOJEEVAN LEHYA
Chief ingredients: Draksha, Musali, Jatiphala, Jatipatra, Ela, Lavanga, Kashmiraja.
Indication: An extremely palatable lehyam specially intended for enriching seminal fluid
and increasing sexual vigour. It is also very useful in wasting disorders, nervous debility,
burning pains of the stomach, chest and other regions of the body, sexual excesses or
abuse, spermatorrhea, nocturnal emissions, hyperirritability of the nerves, neurasthenia,
15. SUKUMARA RASAYANA
(A. H. Vriddhi Chikitsa)
Chief Ingredients: Shothaghni, Pushkaramula, Kasha, Nagara, Ajamodaka, Yestimadhu,
Indication: Useful in secondary amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, abdominal colic, dysuria,
arthritis, neuralgia, and constipation Also uesful in certain heart diseases, hernia and
16. YOSHAJEEVAN LEHYA (SHATAVARI RASAYANA)
(B. R. Vajeekaranadhtkara - Modified)
Chief Ingredients: Draksha, Shatavari, Kumari, Shwetamusali, Srigandha, Tarunipushpa.
Indication: As the name itself denotes it is a cooling and restorative tonic for women. In a
pregnant woman it helps in the healthy developing of fetus and makes delivery easy. in the
period of puerperium it helps the lactating mothers to secrete sufficient quantity of milk. It
is also useful in merorrhagia, leucorrhea and burning sensation of the hands and feet. If
used with our "Jeevani" it may help find a solution for medically curable female sterility.
Churnas are fine powders of herbs. These can be powders of single herbs or a mixture of herbs. Churnas are normally to be consumed in a medium like Ghee, Honey or Warm water. Churnas are recommended when the whole herb is better that using an extract of any kind. Commonly used Churnas are Triphala Churna, Sitophaladi, Talisadi and Higwastaka Churna apart from the single herb churnas.
Churnas are available in 50g and 100g packing.
Chief Ingredient; Amalaki
Indication: Raktapitta, prameha, kusta and it is very good rejuvenator.
AMRITA BALLI CHURNA
Chief Ingredient; Amrita (Guduchi)
Indication: Kamala (jaundice), kusta (skin disorders), vatarakta (gouty arthritis), krimi
(worm infestations), jwara (pyrexia), chardi (nausea and vomiting).
Chief Ingredient: Arjuna
(cardiac disorders), jeerana jwara, raktapitta (urticaria),
astibhagna, vyanga, vrana.
(SH. S. Madhyama Khanda)
Chief Ingredients: Aswagandha, Vridhadaru.
Indication: It is a nervine tonic and tissue builder. It is equally effective in subjects of all
ages. In children, it helps to improve digestion and builds up body tissues. In the elderly,
it acts as a restorative. It is also useful in sexual debility.
5. AVIPATTI CHURNA
(A. H. - Virechanakalpa)
Chief Ingredients: Trivruth, Vidanga, Amalaki, Sharkara.
Indication: It is an antacid, laxative and carminative. It relieves heart' burn, indigestion and
dizziness. Also useful in dysuria and jaundice.
6. BHASKARA LAVANA
(B. R. Agnimandyadhikara)
Chief Ingredients: Trikatu, Dhanyaka, Saindhavalavana, Bidalavana, Sauvarchalalavana,
Indication: It is an appetizer and digestive. Useful in nausea, indigestion, abdominal colic,
flatulence and constipation.
Chief Ingredients: Mandookaparini.
Indication: Smritinasha, unmada, apasmara, mastishka dourbalya.
8. DADIMASTAKA CHURNA
Chief Ingredient: Dadima, Vamshalochana, Ela, Twak, Dhanyaka, Nagakesara, Jeeraka
Indication: Grahani, Atisara (Diarrhoea), Pravahika (Dysentry).
9. GOKSHURADI CHURNA:
Chief Ingredients: Gokshura, Sugandhamaricha, Tankana, Yavakshara, Sarjakshara,
Indication: Intended For Urinary Calculi, Dysuria, Burning Micturition, Gleet, Nocturnal
Emissions and Seminal Debility
10. HARITAKI CHURNA
Chief Ingredient: Haritaki
Indication: nadi dourbalya (nervous debility), arsha ( piles) vibandha( constipation0
agnimandya( loss of appetite) udararogya (stomach disorders)
11. HINGWASHTAKA CHURNA
(B. R. Agimandyadhikara)
Chief Ingredients: Trikatu, Hing, Ajamoda, Jeeraka, Saindhavalavana.
Indication: When taken mixed with the first morsel of rice at food time with a little ghee
over it, this churna for sure generates very good appetite. Therefore people with loss of
appetite can definitely be benefitted by the consumption of this churna in the prescribed
manner. It is also a good digestive and carminative.
JAMBOO BEEJA CHURNA
Chief Ingredient; Jamboobeeja
Indications: Udarashoola, pravahika, raktapitta, madhumeha, udakameha.
13. KHADIRA CHURNA:
Indications: Kushta, switra, raktapitta, prameha, krimiroga, dantaroga, jwara
14. LAVANGADI CHURNA
(SH. S. Madhyama Khanda)
Chief Ingredients: Vamshalochana, Lavanga, Ela, Saindhavalavana, Jatiphala.
Indication: It is an expectorant & digestive. Useful in cough, cold, asthma, hiccup,
anorexia, flatulence and sprue.
MAHA ASHWAGANDHA CHURNA
Chief Ingredients: Ashwagandha, Vridhadaru, Gandhaka, Sariva, Vidari.
Indication: Intended for chronic skin complaints especially due to that of syphilis and
also for neuralgic pains, rheumatism, bloodlessness, scabies etc.
16. MAHA RASNADI CHURNA
Chief Ingredients: Rasna, Mishi, Nagara, Taruni, Markandi.
Indication: Very effective in neuralgia, rheumatism, sciatica, lumbago and allied nervous
17. PUSHYANUGA CHURNA
(B. R. Pradara Rogadhikara)
Chief Ingredients: Jamboo, Amalaki, Kutaja, Lodhra, Yestimadhu.
Indication: Mainly very useful in leucorrhea, menorrhagia and metrorrhagia. Also useful
in diarrhoea and dysentery.
18. RAKTHA CHANDANA CHURNA
Chief Ingredient: Raktachandana.
Indication: Kusta (skin disorders), raktapitta (urticaria), chardi (vomiting), atisara
(diarrhoea), netraroga (eye disorders).
19. SARIVA CHURNA
Chief Ingredients: Sariva.
Indications: Ccools the system, controls thirst, burning micturition, hot flushes,and in all
cases of pitta relates skin problems.
20. SHATAVARI CHURNA
Chief Ingredient: Shatavari
Indication: Arthvakshaya (problems of ovulation), Stanyakshaya (less breast milk),
Raktapradara (menorrhagia), Swetapradara (leucorrhoea), Apasmara (epilepsy), murcha.
21. SHUNTI CHURNA:
Chief Ingredients: Shunti.
Indications: Anorexia, tastelessness, indigestion, constipation, flatulence
22. SITOPALADI CHURNA
(Sh.S. Madhyama Khanda)
Chief Ingredients: Vamshalochana, Pippali, Sharkara.
Indication: Useful in cough, laryngitis, pharyngitis and bronchitis. Owing to its sweet
taste, it is easily accepted by children. Also useful in cold and anorexia.
23. TALISADI CHURNA
(A. H. Rajayakshma Chikitsa)
Chief Ingredients: Trikatu, Vamshalochana, Sharkara.
Indication: Very useful in acute exacerbation of asthma. If taken with honey at the time of
an impending asthmatic attack it aborts the attack. In patients with the history of chronic
asthma it reduces the frequency of attacks and their severity too. It is also useful in
cough, anorexia and other phlegmatic diseases. It can be considered as an adjuvant in
the treatment of first stage of Rajayakshma (Tuberculosis).
24. TRIPHALA CHURNA
(Sh. S. Madhyama Khanda)
Chief Ingredients: Haritaki, Vibhitaki, Amalaki.
Indication: It is a good mild laxative. It should be taken with equal quantity of sugar in hot
water at night. It corrects the bowel movements and relieves constipation. Triphala
churna is also known for its healing properties. Its decoction helps to heal long standing
wounds. It is also useful in eye and skin diseases.
25. TRIKATU CHURNA:
Chief ingredients: Pippali, Maricha, Shunti,
Indications: Indigestion, loss of appetite
26. TULASI CHURNA
Chief Ingredient: Tulsi Leaves
Indication: Kasa, swasa, pratishyaya, vishama-jwara.
27. VAISWANARA CHURNA
(A. H. Gulma Chikitsa)
Chief Ingredients: Haritaki, Ajamoda, Pippali, Nagara.
Indication: It is a mild laxative. It is an appetiser and digestive. Useful in colic pain,
indigestion and constipation.
28. VIDANGA CHURNA:
Chief Ingredient: Vaividanga
Indications: krimi (worm infestation), stomach ache, krimidanta, dantashoola (toothache)
29. YESTIMADHU CHURNA
Chief Ingredient: Yeshtimadhu
Indications: Good for eyes, improves complexion, rejuvinative, helps in strengthening the
vocal cord etc.
Ghrita’s are medicated ghees (clarified butter). Ghrita’s are fat products which are used in the treatment of certain ailments that need the fat extractive of the herbs. These are classical medications and are known to give very good results in various conditions.
Ghritas are available only in 100g pack size.
Indications: it is a good tissue builder, indicated in phtysis, sexual debility, nervous
disorders and emaciation in children.
Indications: it is a nervine tonic, mproves complexion and is beneficial in cases of
epilepsy, insanity and hysteria. It gives satisfactory results in asthenia, nervous
breakdown and other low adynamic conditions. It is useful in aphonia, hoarseness of
voice and stammering, it also improves comprehension and retentive faculty of the brain.
Indications: a valuable remedy for vata disorders like diplegia, hemiplegia, paraplegia, etc.,
in leprosy, neuralgic pain, herpes , soriasis, and such other skin diseases it is used with
good response. It is effective in diabetic gangerene, and thromboangitis oliterance, with
gangerene on the toe. Shivagutika and guggulutikta ghrita will be useful in the treatment
of brain tumors
Indication: mainly indicated in mania, epilepsy, enemia, aphonia, toxemia, sterility, loss of
memory, stammering, poor comprehension. It is also indusive of male progeny.
Indications: indicated in some of the nasal affections like rhinalgia and sinusitis.
Indications: chiefly indicated in sterility of women, it is a very good uterine tonic and can
be beneficially used in repeated abortions and miscarriage.
Indications: this is indicated in some of the affections of the generative organ, mentural
and seminal morbidity and is virilific and indusive of male progeny. This cures stomatitis,
costiveness, passage of blood with stools and many other female disorders, which are
due to deranged pitta.
It is a heart and nervine tonic very effective in pthysis, cough and dyspoena
Tailas are medicated oils; most are Gingely oil (sesame oil) based, mainly used in massages and certain Panchakarma treatments. Tailas of Sadvaidyasala strictly conform to the description of the classics. Tailas are meant for external application unless otherwise mentioned and are used in treatments like Paralysis, Arthritis, Aches and Pains and other forms of physical problems.
Tailas are available in packing sizes 25 ml, 50ml, 100ml, 200ml, 500ml,1000ml. We can consider sully in bulk packs also.
(Sa. Yo. - Taila Prakarana)
Chief Ingredients: Asana, Bilva, Bala, Amruta, Yestimadhu, Shunti.
Indication: Used for massage in migraine hemicrania and neuralgia. Continued usage
keeps up the health of ear and eyes. Also useful in external application for eczema,
psoriasis and other skin diseases.
2. ASWAGANDHABALALAKSHADI TAILA
(Y. R. - Rajayakshma Chikitsa)
Chief Ingredients: Aswagandha, Bala, Laksha, Haridra.
Indication: Very useful in Arthritis, Rheumatoid arthritis, Lumbago and Paralysis for
external application. External application of this taila to the chest acts as mucolytic agent
in asthma, pneumonia, pleurisy and tuberculosis.
Chief Ingredients: Bala,
A very effective application for the head in different froms of obstinate headaches.
Internally Varunadi ghrita and Balarishta may be beneficially used.
BALA SHATAVARI TAILA
CHIEF INGEDIENTS: Bala, Shatavari, Ksheera, madhuka.
INDICATION: A valuable application in high blood pressure, dizziness, burning sensation
in the head and eyes, lacrimation, epistaxis etc.,
Chief Ingredients: Bhringa, Malati, Chitraka, Aswagandha, Naktamala, Narikela Taila.
Indication: An effective application for premature grey hair, baldness, dandruff,
pediculosis capitis and many other scalp affections.
6. BHRINGAMALAKA TAILA
(V. C. - Modified)
Chief Ingredients: Bhringaraja, Amalaki, Deodar, Amruta, Kumari, Bilva.
Indication: It is an excellent bathing oil for routine use. If used continuously it protects
head from scorching heat and prevents damage to brain. It reduces burning in the head,
eyes and ears.
Chief Ingredients: Amruta, Amalaki, Mandukaparni, Shatavari, Vacha.
Indication : It is a good brain tonic useful in loss of memory, insanity, epilepsy, irritability
and nervous debility.
8. CHANDANADI TAILA
(Y. R. Rajayakshma Chikitsa)
Chief Ingredients: Raktachandana, Yestimadhu, Katchora.
Indication: It is a coolant useful in haemoptysis, epilepsy, insanity, tuberculosis and fever.
9. CHANDANALAKSHADI TAILA
(Y. R. Rajayakshma Chikitsa)
Chief Ingredients: Bala, Laksha, Raktachandana, Yestimadhu, Katukarohini.
Indication: Very useful in pruritus, dermatitis, discoloration of skin. It heals boils. Useful in
cracks & fissures of palm and sole.
10. DHANVANTARA TAILA
(A. H. - Garbhavyapat)
Chief Ingredients: Bala, Agnimantha, Kashmari.
Indication: Very effective for external application in several vata disorders like convulsion,
diplegia, hemiplegia, dysuria, anuria, massage of this oil nourishes infants and the
puerperal mother. It is recuperative taila for exhausted & over worked persons. "Mridu
paka" of this taila is used for oral consumption in certain heart diseases under strict
medical supervision "Nasya" with this taila cures hiccough. In medically treatable female
sterility, it is used orally and also as a vaginal douche.
11. ELADI TAILA
(A. H. Sootrasthana)
Chief Ingredients: Narikela, Kusta, Mamsi, Katchora, tagara.
Indication: Useful for external application in pruritus, dermatitis and boils. It gives luster to
the skin. Also useful in diabetic carbuncles.
12. HIMASAGARA TAILA
(B. R. Vatavyadhyadhikara)
Chief Ingredients: Vidari, Shatavari.
Indication: It relieves the burning and pain in head and extremities. Useful in insomnia and
nervous debility. Also useful in gout and malnutrition
13. IRIMEDADI TAILA
(A. S. Mukharoga Prakarna)
Chief Ingredients: Babbula, Kadhirasara, Usheera, Raktachandana, Manjista.
Indication: It is used for application or gargling in mouth, effective in tooth ache, inflamed
gums, dental abscess and stomatitis.
14. JATYADI TAILA
(B. R. Vranashotha Chlkitsa - Modified)
Chief Ingredients: Nimba, Tiktapatola, Yestimadhu, Kusta, Katukarohini.
Indication: It is a very good dressing agent for wounds. Useful in pruritus, fistula & sinus.
It acts as an antiseptic and promotes gran
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