Zandu Sudarshan Ghanvati and Tablet, Maha Sudarshan Churna - Ayurvedic Proprietary Medicine
Therapeutic Benefits :
- Extensively used in Fever
- Loss of appetite
- Fatigue and Nausea.
A definite remedy for pyrexia, sudershana contains bitter ingredients 53 in number. Swertia Chirata is the main herb. Sudarshana has capacity to even threat fever associated sumptoms as dyspepsia, anorexia fatigue and Nausea.
The whole plant is used medicinally but the root is rich in active principles. It is bitter. It has long been used in Ayurveda as bitter tonic, anthelmintic and antipyretic.
Swertia chirtata is also recognized by British and United state Pharmacopoeiae.
Unlike, most other medicines of this class, it does not constipate the bowels, but tends to produce a mild laxative effect. It promotes the flow of bile. In gastrointestinal disorders it is used as digestive. It finds use as a anti-malarial
- As diaphoretic, anti-malarial, useful in dyspepsia and loss of appetite.
Sudarshan Churna : 4 to 8gms to be taken twice or thrice a day with water.
Sudarshan Tablet : 2 to 8 Tablets three times a day with water.
Sudarshan Ghanvati : 1 to 2 tablets three times a day with water.
Each gm is prepared from: Triphala, Haridra, Daruharidra, Kantakari,Brhati, Karcura, Sunthi, Marica, Pippali,Murva, Guduchi, Dhanvayasa, Katuka, Parpata, Musta, Trayamanag, Hrivera, Nimba (chhal), Puskara, Yasti, Kutaja, Yavani, Indrayava, Bharang, Sigru, Saurastri, Vaca, Tvak, Padmaka, Svetacandana, Ativisa, Bala, Salaparn, Prsniparni, Vidanga, Tagara, Citraka, Devadaru, Cavya, Patola, Lavanga, Vamsa, Kamala, Ashwagantha, Tejapatra, Jatiphala, Sthauneya 0.013 each, Vidarikand 0.026g, kiratatikta 0.335g.