Introduction of Arogyavardhini Vati

Arogyavardhini Vati is an Ayurvedic herb/medicine which is found in stores in tablet forms. Arogyavardhini Gutika (one of the popular Ayurvedic herb) is extremely effective in treating Fever Disease, Liver Disorders, and Skin Problems. This medicine contains a metal ingredient which is very heavy in nature. Hence, self-medication is not prescribed. Always a Doctor/Physician must be consulted before consuming the medicine. The medicine was formulated under Acharya Nagarjuna.

Benefits of Arogyavardhini Vati

Liver Disorders, in particular, are targeted by this medicine. The main cause of liver problems is Alcohol, Diet, and Pollution. But, Arogyavardhini Gutika has the property to cure these kinds of disorders and reverse the damage done.

Uses of Arogyavardhini Vati

1. It is used for cases like a generalized form of Oedema and other problems like Ascites. It has a laxative action along with diuretic one, which helps us to eliminate unwanted Waste and fluid, out of our body.

2. It is useful in curbing Obesity and Hyperlipidemia. It performs a Cholagogue Action, which stimulates the secretion of element Bile from the affected Liver. This Bile is then carried forward to the small intestine, where it binds with Fats (already present in the food). Later on, it is excreted from the body without letting the body absorb it.

3. In cases of Endocrine Disorders, it is used on a long-term basis. It secretes the Digestive Enzymes into the Gastrointestinal Tract and therefore beats Chronic Indigestion problems.

4. It helps people affected with Anemia.

5. It is Laxative in nature, thus it eliminates toxins and detoxifies our body. So, skin problems and constipation problems are dealt well with the help of the Arogyavardhini Gutika tablets.

6. It also engages into Hepatoprotective, Cholagogues and Liver stimulative action which makes the body fight Jaundice, Hepatitis, and certain other diseases.

Content of Arogyavardhini Vati

1. Gooseberry
2. Terminalia Bellerica
3. Shilajit
4. Haritaki
5. Guggul
6. Chitraka Moola
7. Neem
8. Kutaki
9. Picrorhiza kurroa

Dosage and Administration

250 – 500 mg of Arogyavardhini Gutika can be had once or twice a day, but before or after food as directed by doctor/physician.

It is administered with fresh Ginger juice, Honey, Neem juice, Milk or Water.

Medical supervision is required.

Side effects of Arogyavardhini Vati

1. Guggul (one of its ingredient) causes some mild side effects to patients. Side effects like stomach ache, nausea, headaches, vomiting, rashes and diarrhea.

2. Picrorhiza (ingredient) has a risk for side effects like vomiting, loss of appetite, diarrhea.

3. Neem to some extent, cause kidney damage, so it is not safe to be consumed by children.

4. In the case of pregnant women or patients with a history of Cancers (Estrogen-dependent), Thyroid disease, Lupus, Multiple sclerosis it is not advisable to consume the medicine due to the risk involved in the side effects due to the Ingredients of the product.


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Not meant for pregnant women.


Prescription of the Doctor is required due to its Content.

Life of the medicine

It is best to check the container or the packet of the medicine.