Mahasudarshan Ghan Vati
Mahasudarshan Ghan Vati is formulated from Mahasudarshan Churna and used as an antipyretic medicine in ayurveda. Mahasudarshan Churna has a bitter taste and some people feel difficulty to take it. However, Mahasudarshan Ghan Vati is also bitter in taste but is easier to swallow along with water than Mahasudarshan Churna.
Maha Sudarshan Ghan Vati is beneficial for lowering fever. It has digestive action and known as a bitter tonic. It improves appetite and reduces indigestion. Therefore, it is also beneficial for treating loss of appetite, indigestion and abdominal heaviness occurring in fever. It is helpful for treating mild headache and body pains linked with fever. In addition, it helps to clear the bowel, so it can also be used to manage mild constipation when patient feel bowel is not cleared properly or emptied completely. It helps to induce a complete evacuation.
Note: Mahasudarshan Churna has better efficacy than Maha Sudarshan Ghan Vati. Therefore, most of the ayurvedic doctors insist to use Maha Sudarshan Churna instead of Maha Sudarshan Ghan Vati.
Mahasudarshan Ghan Vati contains same ingredients as present in Mahasudarshan Churna.
|Haritaki or Harad (Chebulic Myrobalan) – Terminalia Chebula||1 Part|
|Bibhitaki (Bahera) – Terminalia Bellirica||1 Part|
|Amla – Emblica Officinalis||1 Part|
|Haldi (Turmeric) – Curcuma Longa||1 Part|
|Daruhaldi (Daruharidra) – Berberis Aristata||1 Part|
|Badi Kateri – Brihati (Indian Nightshade) – Solanum Indicum||1 Part|
|Kantakari or Chhoti Kateri (Thorny Nightshade) – Solanum Surattense||1 Part|
|Kachur (Zedoary) – Curcuma Zedoaria||1 Part|
|Sonth (Ginger Rhizome) – Zingiber Officinale||1 Part|
|Kali Mirch (Black Pepper) – Piper Nigrum||1 Part|
|Pippali (Long Pepper) – Piper Longum||1 Part|
|Piplamool (Long Pepper Roots) – Piper Longum||1 Part|
|Murcha (Mor Bel)||1 Part|
|Giloy (Guduchi) – Tinospora Cordifolia||1 Part|
|Dhamasa (Duralabha) – Fagonia Cretica||1 Part|
|Kutki – Picrorhiza Kurroa||1 Part|
|Pitpapra (Shahtra) – Fumaria Indica||1 Part|
|Kurchi (Kutaj) – Holarrhena Antidysenterica (Pubescens)||1 Part|
|Yashtimadhu (Licorice) – Glycyrrhiza Glabra||1 Part|
|Nagarmotha or Mustak (Nut Grass) – Cyperus Rotundus||1 Part|
|Trayamana (Himalayan Gentian) – Gentiana Kurroo||1 Part|
|Netrabala (Sugandha Bala) – Pavonia Odorata||1 Part|
|Pushkarmool (Elecampane) – Inula Racemosa||1 Part|
|Neem – Azadirachta Indica Inner Bark||1 Part|
|Ajwain (Carom Seeds) – Trachyspermum Ammi||1 Part|
|Indrayava – Holarrhena Antidysenterica Seeds||1 Part|
|Bharangi – Clerodendrum Serratum||1 Part|
|Sahjan Seeds – Moringa Oleifera||1 Part|
|Fitkari Ka Fula||1 Part|
|Dalchini (Cinnamon) – Cinnamomum Zeylanicum||1 Part|
|Padmaka – Prunus Cerasoides||1 Part|
|Safed Chandan (White Sandalwood) – Santalum Album||1 Part|
|Ativisha – Aconitum Heterophyllum||1 Part|
|Bala (Country Mallow) – Sida Cordifolia||1 Part|
|Shalaparni – Desmodium Gangeticum||1 Part|
|Prishnaparni (Indian Uraria) – Uraria Picta||1 Part|
|Vaividang (False Black Pepper) – Embelia Ribes||1 Part|
|Tagara – Valeriana Wallichii||1 Part|
|Chitrakmool – Plumbago Zeylanica||1 Part|
|Devdaru (Deodar Cedar or Himalayan Cedar) – Cedrus Deodara||1 Part|
|Chavya (Java Long Pepper) – Piper Chaba||1 Part|
|Patol (Pointed Gourd Leaves) – Trichosanthes Dioica||1 Part|
|Safed Kamal (White Lotus) – Nymphaea Lotus||1 Part|
|Kakoli (White Himalayan Lily) – Lilium Polyphyllum||1 Part|
|Jivaka (Jeevaka) – Malaxis Acuminata||1 Part|
|Rishbhak – Malaxis Muscifera||1 Part|
|Ushira or Khas (Vetiver) – Vetiveria Zizanioides||1 Part|
|Laung (Clove) – Syzygium Aromaticum||1 Part|
|Vanshlochan (Tabasheer) – Bamboo Manna||1 Part|
|Tejpata (Indian Bay Leaf) – Cinnamomum Tamala||1 Part|
|Javitri (Mace) – Myristica fragrans||1 Part|
|Talispatra – Abies Webbiana||1 Part|
|Chirayata (Kiratatikta) – Swertia Chirata||26.5 Parts|
|Reference: Sharangdhar Samhita|
Mahasudarshan Ghan Vati has antipyretic property. It reduces AMA, which blocks the channels in the body. It also unblocks the microchannels. It results in sweating and ultimately reduces fever.
Mahasudarshan Ghan Vati has following healing properties.
- Diaphoretic (induces perspiration)
Mahasudarshan Ghan Vati is helpful in following health conditions.
- Acute fever
- Chronic fever
- Fever of unknown etiology
- Loss of appetite (linked with fever)
- Headache (linked with fever)
- Body aches (linked with fever)
- Common cold (initial stages when discharge is watery)
- Cough (linked with fever)
- Typhoid fever
- Helicobacter Pylori Infection
Mahasudarshan Ghan Vati Benefits & Uses
Mahasudarshan Ghan Vati has similar benefits as of Mahasudarshan Churna. For more details Read Article: Mahasudarshan Churna Benefits & Uses
Mahasudarshan Ghan Vati Dosage
|The general dosage of Mahasudarshan Ghan Vati is as follows.|
|Children||1 to 2 tablets (250 to 500 mg)|
|Adults||2 to 4 tablets (250 mg to 1 gram)|
|Maximum Possible Dosage||16 tablets (4 grams) Per Day (in divided doses)|
Note: Different manufacturers can have a different weight of the tablet. Generally, it is available in 250 mg or 500 mg per tablet. Check the label provided by the manufacturer for the correct dosage.
How to Take Maha Sudarshan Ghan Vati
|Doses (how many times should I take Mahasudarshan Ghan Vati)||2 to 4 times a day or it can also be repeated up to 6 times if you are taking a lower dosage, but the total dosage should not exceed 4 grams per day.)|
|Right Time (When should I take MGV?)||Regardless the time, you can take MGV anytime whenever you have a fever. It should be repeated at the interval of 6 hours for getting best results.|
|Adjuvant||With lukewarm water|
Maha Sudarshan Ghan Vati is likely safe. It can be taken by children, pregnant women and adults suffering from fever.
Mahasudarshan Ghan Vati Side Effects
There are no side effects reported with Mahasudarshan Ghan Vati.
Pregnancy & Lactation
Maha Sudarshan Ghan Vati is likely safe to use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
There are no absolute contraindications for Maha Sudarshan Ghan Vati.