Khamira Marwareed

Khamira Marwareed (also spelled as Khamira Marwarid) is a Unani Medicine and tonic beneficial in neurological and cardiac diseases. It strengthens the heart muscles, gives relief from cardiac palpitation, and tachycardia. In neurological diseases, it is used for the treatment of anxiety, infantile epilepsy, stress disorders, mental fatigue and headache characterized by nervine weakness and burning sensation. It is commonly used in all types of cases for reducing general debility, restlessness, vertigo, and irritability.

Khamira Marwareed Ingredients (Composition)

Marwareed (Pearl) – Mytilus margaritiferus (Pearl)4 grams
Kehruba – Vateria Indica (Gum)3 grams
Tabasheer – Bambusa Arundinacea (Dried Exudates)3 grams
Yashab Mehlool – Jade3 grams
Jahar Mohra – Serpentine3 grams
Chandan Safed (White Sandalwood) – Santalum Album (Wood)3 grams
Sharbat Anar (Aabe Anar Shirin)60 ml
Sharbat Behi (Aabe Behi Shirin)60 ml
Sharbat Seb (Aabe Seb Shirin)60 ml
Warq Nuqra (Silver Foil)3 grams
Sugar (Qand Safed)150 grams

Preparation Method

For making Khamira Marwareed, make a fine powder of dry ingredients. Now, take all three Sharbat and Sugar. Boil it to make a Qiwam (basic solution of particular consistency). Add all powdered ingredients. Now, triturate it until it becomes white. Preserve Khamira Marvarid in food-grade bottles.

Pharmacological Actions of Khamira Marwareed

Khamira Marwareed increases the strength of heart muscles and acts as a tonic for brain and nerves.

  • Cardiac Tonic
  • Cardioprotective
  • Antiarrhythmic
  • Tonic for brain
  • Anti-stress
  • Neuroprotective

Khamira Marwareed Indications

Khamira Marwareed is indicated in the following diseases and symptoms:

  • Cardiac weakness
  • For preventing heart attack
  • Heart Palpitation
  • Tachycardia
  • Restlessness
  • Vertigo (a reeling sensation)
  • General debility or weakness
  • Infantile epilepsy
  • Chicken Pox (for reducing symptoms and harmful effects on heart)
  • Measles (for reducing symptoms and harmful effects on heart)
  • Mental stress
  • Mental fatigue
  • Insomnia (due to increased heat in the body)
  • Hot flashes during menopause
  • Hot flashes due to any mental disorder
  • Adrenal fatigue

Khamira Marwareed Benefits and Uses

Khamira Marwareed is a heart and brain tonic that regulates blood pressure and used to treat palpitation, anxiety, debility, epilepsy, measles, chicken pox and heart diseases.

Heart Palpitation

Khamira Marwareed is the best medicine for heart palpitation that occurs due to anxiety, fear, and mental stress. Sometimes, the underlying cause of palpitation is unknown. In alternative medicine, it is taken under the weakness of the heart. This Khamira strengthens the heart and improves its functions. It calms the mind and improves the cardiac rate or rhythm. This action of this Khamira is attributed to its strengthening effects on the mind, nerves, and heart.

Khamira Marwareed Dosage & Adjuvant

The general dosage of Khamira Marwareed is as follows.
Children1 to 2 grams
Adults3 to 5 grams (Optimum Dosage is 5 grams)
Doses: 1 or 2 Doses per day
Best Time to Take: On an empty stomach in the morning or before breakfast; in evening or 2 to 3 hours before dinner
Adjuvant: Arq Gaozaban (125 ml) is the best adjuvant.

Khamira Marwareed Side Effects

Khamira Marwareed does not cause any side effects.

Khamira Marwareed is likely safe to consume for most individuals when taken under the supervision of a Unani physician.

Khamira Marwareed During Pregnancy & Lactation

Khamira Marwareed contains Warq Nuqra (Silver Foil), which is unprocessed, raw silver and unsafe. The raw silver can increase silver levels in pregnant women. High silver levels in the body of pregnant women have linked to abnormal development of the face, ear, and neck in the developing fetus. However, Khamira Marvareed contains a very low quantity of silver around 40 to 50 mg per 5 grams, but still, it should be avoided during pregnancy.

Most of the ingredients present in Khamira Marwareed are possibly safe for lactating mothers. Still, you should seek medical advice for its use during lactation.


There are no absolute contraindications for Khamira Marwareed.

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Dr. Jagdev Singh

Dr. Jagdev Singh is a qualified Ayurvedic Practitioner and Herbalist with B.A.M.S. and M. Sc. in Medicinal Plants. He has a wealth of experience in using Ayurveda to treat patients, including the use of herbal medicine and personalized Ayurvedic diets. His passion for spreading accurate and scientific information about Ayurveda and Medicinal Plants led him to create Ayur Times, a trusted resource for those seeking reliable information on the topic. Through his dedicated work, Dr. Singh has helped thousands of patients find relief and improve their health with Ayurveda and Herbal Medicine.
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