Jawarish Jalinoos Uses, Dosage & Side Effects

Jawarish Jalinoos is a polyherbal Unani formulation, which is used for the treatment of diseases of the digestive system. Its beneficial effects are observable on the stomach, liver and other vital organs (heart, lungs and brain). It is used as a general tonic for reducing the weakness of the heart, lungs and brain. It improves liver function, reduces palpitation, alleviates headache and prevents urinary stone.

Jawarish Jalinus is used in the management of liver disease, headache, cough, hemorrhoid (piles), gout, eczema, polyuria (excessive micturition) and kidney stone. It also prevents premature whitening of hair and maintains the natural color of hair.

Jawarish Jalinoos Ingredients

Jawarish Jalinoos contains:

  • Asaroon (Asarabacca) – Asarum europaeum.
  • Chirayata (Kiratatikta) – Swertia chirata.
  • Dalchini (Cinnamon) – Cinnamomum zeylanicum.
  • Baragasha, Murad or Hubul Aas (Common myrtle) – Myrtus communis.
  • Badi Elaichi (Black Cardamom or Nepal Cardamom) – Amomum subulatum.
  • Kulanjan – Alpinia galanga.
  • Shallaki (Salai Guggul) – Boswellia serrata.
  • Laung (Clove) – Syzygium aromaticum.
  • Mastagi Roomi (Mastic Gum) – Pistacia Lentiscus.
  • Kali Mirch (Black Pepper) – Piper nigrum.
  • Nagarmotha or Mustak (Nut Grass) – Cyperus rotundus.
  • Pippali (Long Pepper) – Piper longum.
  • Agaru (Oud Balsan) – Aquilaria agallocha.
  • Honey or sugar.

Consistency: Semi-solid; Taste: Bitter, sweet

Medicinal Properties

  • General tonic.
  • Carminative.
  • Digestive.
  • Strengthening.
  • Aphrodisiac.

Jawarish Jalinoos Indications

  1. General weakness.
  2. A weakness of stomach, liver and vital organs.
  3. Abdominal pain and cramps.
  4. Flatulence.
  5. Loss of appetite.
  6. Bad breath.
  7. Palpitation.
  8. Headache.
  9. Cough.
  10. Piles.
  11. Gout.
  12. Eczema.
  13. Polyuria, frequent or excessive micturition.
  14. Kidney stones.
  15. Premature whitening or greying of hair.


The classical dosage of Jawarish Jalinoos is as follows:

Children (above 7 years)10 mg per Kg of body weight
Adults5 – 10 grams
Geriatric Dosage5 grams
Maximum Possible Dosage20 grams per day

How to Take

Anupan (Adjuvant)Warm water
Dosage Frequency Twice daily
Medication TimeBefore a meal or after a meal

Note: In case of abdominal diseases, it should be taken before a meal. In case of urinary disorders, as tonic and in the treatment of cough, it should be taken after a meal.

Safety Profile

An animal study suggested that it is safe in its therapeutic dosage. Jawarish Jalinoos is LIKELY SAFE & WELL TOLERATED in the most people when above points are considered wisely and taken as per its indications in the appropriate dosage under professional supervision.

Side Effects

There is no information available on the side effects of Jawarish Jalinoos.


In rat study, there was no toxicity found with this medicine with its 90 days regular use. There were no significant differences found in haematological parameters, clinical biochemistry and serum electrolytes when compared to controlled group. Histological examination was also found normal and there was no significant difference between treated and controlled groups. (reference)

Pregnancy & Breastfeeding

The safety profile of Jawarish Jalinoos is not well established for pregnant women and lactating mothers. Consult an Unani physician before using this medicine during pregnancy and lactation.

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