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Divya Medohar Vati

Divya Medohar Vati is an ayurvedic proprietary medicine used for losing weight. It is effective for reducing belly fat, correcting metabolism and improving digestive health. Medohar vati stimulate burning of the fats.

Ingredients & Composition

Herbal Ingredients Each Tablet Contains
Amla (Amalaki) – Emblica officinalis 94.90 mg
Bibhitaki – Terminalia Bellirica 94.90 mg
Haritaki – Terminalia Chebula 94.90 mg
Kutki Picrorhiza Kurroa 14.30 mg
Trivrit – Operculina Turpethum 14.30 mg
Vaividang – Embelia Ribes 28.60 mg
Haritaki – Terminalia Chebula (Small) 28.60 mg
Shuddha Guggul – Commiphora Mukul 86.50 mg
Shilajit 14.30 mg
Babul Gum (Acacia Arabica) 28.60 mg
Excipient: Gum Acacia, Aerosil, Talcum, Magnesium Stearate Q.S.

Benefits & Medicinal Uses

Triphala and Guggul are the main ingredients of Divya Medohar Vati. Triphala is already studied for its anti-obesity effects. Ten weeks study showed significant reduction in percentage of body fat and the body weight. Triphala also improves lipid profile. (Ref)

Guggul has same effects. It also reduces fats and helps reducing belly fat and body weight. Other ingredients play a role in improving metabolism, preventing fat accumulation and enhancing fat burning process.

Obesity or Overweight

As discussed above, Divya Medohar Vati is an effective remedy for losing weight. The most visible effect observed in reduction of belly fats than overall body weight. The quantity of ingredients in a single tablet is insignificant to produce desired results. Therefore, some obese people may require higher dosage of the Medohar Vati. Three tablets thrice daily is most effective dosage.

Dosage & Administration

The general dosage of Divya Medohar Vati is as follows.

Children 1 to 2 Tablets *
Adults 2 to 3 Tablets **
Geriatric (Old age) 1 to 2 Tablets *
Maximum Possible Dosage (per day or in 24 hours) 4.5 grams (or 9 Tablets) – in divided doses
* Twice Daily ** Twice or Thrice Daily

Best Time to Take

  1. 30 minutes before meal/food or
  2. 60 minutes after meal/food

In some patients, it may cause abdominal discomfort when taken before meal/food. In such cases, the best suitable time to take Medohar Vati is an hour after food.

Best Adjuvants

Warm water is best adjuvant for Medohar Vati. Warm water also enhances the absorption of the Medohar Vati Ingredients.

Dose Adjustments

The dosage of Divya Medohar Vati may require adjustment according to the weight of the patient. Your doctor may also recommend higher dosage than listed here depending on factors like body weight, age and tolerability to Medohar Vati. Some obese people may not get desired results with recommended dosage or using Medohar Vati alone, so they should consult ayurvedic doctor for better combinations, according to their body humors (Dosha). It should be noted that the regular intake of this remedy or taking it in combination with other remedies could help achieving better results than its higher dosage.

Questions & Answers about Medohar Vati

Can I take Medohar Vati during periods?

Yes, Divya Medohar Vati can be continued during periods if you have a normal menstruation. But, if you have a heavy bleeding during periods, then it should be discontinued before due date because ingredients in it are likely to promote menstrual flow and may increase bleeding in such cases.

Can Medohar Vati be taken while trying to get pregnant and during pregnancy?

No, Medohar Vati contains Trivrit (Operculina Turpethum), which is contraindicated while you are trying to conceive and during pregnancy because it is likely to affect the uterus and may promote bleeding, so it may interfere with implantation of fertilized egg and affects pregnancy.

Can we take Medohar Vati before the meal and Triphala Guggul after the meal together?

Yes, Medohar Vati can be taken with Triphala Guggul.

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