Avipattikar Churna Ingredients, Benefits, Dosage & Side Effects

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Avipattikar Churna is an ayurvedic herbal medicine used for hyperacidity, gastritis, burning ache due to excess acid, loss of appetite and indigestion linked with gastritis, piles, urinary problems, difficulty in micturition and kidney stones.

Ingredients & Composition

IngredientsQuantity
Sonth (dried ginger) Zingiber officinale0.83%
Black Pepper (Piper Nigrum)0.83%
Long Pepper (Piper Longum)0.83%
Haritaki (Chebulic Myrobalan) Terminalia Chebula0.83%
Bibhitaki (Bahera or Beleric Myrobalan) – Terminalia Bellirica0.83%
Amla (Amalaki or Indian Gooseberry) – Emblica Officinalis0.83%
Mustaka (Nut Grass) – Cyperus Rotundus0.83%
Vaividang (False Black Pepper) – Embelia Ribes0.83%
Green Cardamom – Elettaria Cardamomum0.83%
Tejpatta (Indian Bay Leaf) – Cinnamomum Tamala0.83%
Laung (Clove) – Syzygium Aromaticum8.33%
Nishoth (Turpeth) – Operculina Turpethum33.33%
Misri (candy sugar – crystallized sugar lumps)50%

Medicinal Properties

Avipattikar Churna has following healing properties.

  1. Antacid
  2. Appetizer
  3. Carminative
  4. Digestive Stimulant
  5. Antilithiatic
  6. Mild Diuretic
  7. Antioxidant
  8. Anti-inflammatory

Medicinal Indications

Avipattikar Churna is helpful in following health conditions.

Digestive Health

  • Acidity
  • Chronic Gastritis
  • GERD
  • Constipation
  • Heartburn
  • Loss of appetite
  • Indigestion

Kidneys & Urinary System

  • Urinary Problems
  • Difficulty In Micturition
  • Kidney Stones
  • Nephritis
  • Nephrotic Syndrome
  • Uremia (raised urea level in the blood) – In Kidney failure
  • Chronic Kidney failure

Benefits & Medicinal Uses

Avipattikar Churna affects organs of digestive system, excretory system and urinary system. It neutralizes the acid secretion in the stomach.

Digestive Health

Acid Dyspepsia and Indigestion

Avipattikar Churna is effective in acid dyspepsia (indigestion) characterized by loss of appetite, stomach discomfort, nausea, sour and burning vomit, heartburn (Retrosternal Burning) and burning sensation in the throat. The Coconut water (Nariyal Pani) is an excellent adjuvant for Avipattikar Churna in such case. The beneficial ayurvedic medicine for indigestion is as follows.

  1. Avipattikar Churna = 3 to 5 grams
  2. Praval Pishti = 500 mg
  3. Amalaki Rasayana = 250 mg
  4. Licorice (Mulethi) Powder = 1 gram
  5. Giloy Sat = 500 mg

Heartburn (Retrosternal Burning)This combination should be given immediately after meal with coconut water. This combination is effective for following symptoms.

  • Burning Sensation in abdomen
  • Early Satiety
  • Postprandial Fullness
  • Gastroesophageal Reflux

This combination helps neutralizing the acid and impelling the excess acid in the intestines, which relieves the all these gastric symptoms. The regular use of this combination helps healing the metabolic processes and controls the acid production. Furthermore, it balances the acid secretion and reduces the irritation to stomach lining, which helps getting complete relief from the diseases. The complete course of treatment should be at least for 4 weeks to prevent recurrence.

Chronic Gastritis

Gastritis is an inflammation of stomach linings. Several things can play a role in development of chronic gastritis including medications (anti-inflammatory drugs), Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori), etc. All the above when mucus-lined barrier weakens due to these several causes, digestive juices starts affecting the stomach lining and gastritis develops.

Avipattikar Churna is a powerful remedy to expelling the acid from the stomach to the intestines, which helps reducing the inflammation and rebuilding mucus-lined barrier. However, Avipattikar Churna does not provide complete relief and it can just used as supporting other important remedies for used for gastritis. The good herbal remedy for gastritis is as follows.

Herbal RemediesDosage (twice a day)
Vanshlochan (Tabasheer) – Bamboo Manna500 mg
Giloy Sat500 mg
Amalaki Rasayana500 mg
Licorice (Mulethi Powder)1000 mg
Coriander Leaves powder (Dhania)1000 mg
Cumin (Jeera)500 mg

GERD (Gastroesophageal reflux disease)

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a chronic form of acid reflux. It occurs when stomach content flows back into the esophagus or food pipe. This irritates the linings of food pipe cause severe heartburn, burning in the throat, dysphagia, chest pain, hoarseness, sour taste, etc.

Avipattikar Churna only prevents flow back of the stomach content impelling it to intestines. However, it has no action on the weakness of the lower esophageal sphincter, which is the main cause of GERD. For removing the root cause, one may require other remedies such as Abhrak Bhasma, Yashad Bhasma, Vanshlochan, Licorice, etc. The combination given in the chronic gastritis is also helpful in this case.

Kidneys & Urinary System

A few ayurvedic doctors are using Avipattikar Churna in kidney diseases, but we have found it very effective in kidney and urinary disorders.

Difficulty in Micturition (Difficulty Passing Urine)

If the prostate is not the cause of difficulty passing the urine, then Avipattikar Churna can help. Avipattikar Churna has diuretic action. It acts on APANA VATA, which induces urination and helps in excretion, as per ayurvedic concept. It corrects the action of APANA VATA, which helps in a proper flow of the urine. Avipattikar Churna helps in difficulty initiating urination and frequent urination with a few drops of urine.

Kidney Stones

Many ayurvedic doctors have ignored the use of Avipattikar Churna in kidney stones, but it is highly effective and even it can work alone in removing the kidney stones. Hajrul Yahood Bhasma is used with Avipattikar Churna for getting promising results.

Nephritis & Nephrotic Syndrome

Avipattikar Churna has anti-inflammatory action, but this action is more visible on kidneys. It reduces inflammation of kidneys, glomeruli, tubules and interstitial tissue. Therefore, it is effective in all types of nephritis including glomerulonephritis, interstitial nephritis and tubulo-interstitial nephritis.

In Nephrotic Syndrome, Avipattikar Churna is used along with Chandraprabha Vati and Punarnava Powder or Punarnavarishta. This combination reduces protein loss in the urine, reduces swelling (edema) and excess fluid retention.

Ayurvedic RemediesDosage (twice a day)
Avipattikar Churna3 to 5 grams (1 tsp.)
Chandraprabha Vati500 mg to 1000 mg
Punarnava Powder3 grams

Uremia & Chronic Kidney failure

Avipattikar Churna is the safe remedy for uremia and chronic kidney failure, but if diabetes is the reason for kidney failure, then it should not be used because it contains sugar content. It is one of the ayurvedic medicines, which reduce the blood urea levels and keep it under control.

Dosage & Administration

The normal dosage of Avipattikar Churn is as follows.
Children1 to 3 grams *
Adults3 to 6 grams *
Geriatric (above 60 yrs)3 grams *
Maximum Possible Dosage12 grams Per Day (in divided doses)
* Twice a day with normal water
When to Take: Before Meal

Best Adjuvants

The maximum dosage of Avipattikar Churna should not exceed from 12 grams a day.

Caution & Side Effects

Avipattikar Churna can worsen the abdominal pain, so it is contraindicated in abdominal pain. Otherwise, it is SAFE & WELL TOLERABLE in most of cases.

The excess dosage can cause following side effects.

  • Stomach pain
  • Abdominal cramps
  • Diarrhea (loose stools)

Pregnancy & Breastfeeding

Avipattikar Churna should not be used in pregnancy. However, it is safe in breastfeeding.

Contraindications

If patient has acute inflammation or acute gastritis, acute epigastric pain or intense tenderness in epigastric region or abdomen, Avipattikar Churna should not be used. It can worsen the symptom and increase the pain. Other contraindications of Avipattikar Churna include.

  • Diabetes
  • Loose stools or diarrhea
  • Acute abdomen
  • Abdominal pain
  • Epigastric tenderness
  • Abdominal cramps


13 Comments
  1. WILFRED LOBO says

    I wanted to buy Avipattikar churna for urinary support and renal heath, how can I buy it from you?.

  2. Rahman says

    How to use Avipattikar Churna

    1. Dr. Jagdev Singh says

      1 teaspoon of Avipattikar Churna should be taken before meal two times a day with cold water.

  3. Sandeep says

    Can Avipattikar Churna be used for long term without any side effects or should be used in a limited way? Thanks.

    1. Dr. Jagdev Singh says

      Avipattikar Churna contains Nishoth, which is not advisable for long-term use, but one can use it on long-term basis if it is recommended for the treatment of any chronic disease.

      1. Lav Nahata says

        i suffer from intertitial nephtiritis. i have been taking avipattikar churna with chadraprabha vati twice daily before food and have noticed weight gain. can i continue for long term?

  4. SK Bhattacharya says

    How does the Avipattikar Churna help in Constipation when it does not contain Sanai (Senna)?

    1. Dr. Jagdev Singh says

      Avipattikar Churna contains 33% Nishoth (Turpeth), which is also a mild laxative. Action in constipation is due to it. Furthermore, Avipattikar Churna also releases bile salts from the liver and gall bladder, which induces natural peristalsis movement in the intestine. This process helps to push the fecal matter in the intestines and reducing the habit of constipation.

  5. Jagdev Singh says

    Generally, both remedies do not have much impact on body weight. These can be used for long-term, but consult your local doctor before taking it.

  6. Ramesh Vyas says

    I am suffering from antral gastritis since last 5-6 years. I get burps with loud sound. I took many allopathic, homeopathic and ayurvedic medicines but they provided temporary relief. 2 and 1/2 months back I started taking Avipattikar Churna with some combination. I got a great relief. I continued for 2 months then stopped. Again I started facing the same problem. Now I have again started it. I understand that it’s not advisable to take Avipattikar Churna in long run. But my point is that since it contains all natural things, isn’t it better to take it rather than allopathic antacids which are chemicals and have sever side effects in long run? Especially if I don’t face any diarrhea situation after taking it.

  7. kamesh says

    If we are taking Avipattikar churnam what are the food items should be avoided for effective results.

  8. Tailor vishal says

    Which time is perfect to take avipatikar.before or after meal??

  9. HITESH DESAI says

    How long i can take avipatikar churna??? and couple of ayurveda told that u can take longer period does not have a side effect so what is the truth??? and last few books mentioned that u have to taken avipatikar churna after meal give me a yr suggestion.tks

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