Mrit Sanjeevani Sura (Mritasanjeevani arishta)
Mrit Sanjeevani Sura (also Mritasanjeevani arishta) is a unique ayurvedic liquid medicine used for fever, debility, nightfall in men, indigestion, anorexia nervosa, loss of appetite and aphrodisiac purposes.
It improves weight, body strength and digestion. It is also used in women during postpartum period to reduce stress, depression and physical weakness.
Mrit sanjeevani sura is acclaimed helpful in dying person, so it is given name of mritasanjivani. It contains self-generated alcohol, which is normally higher than the normal asava and arista in ayurveda.
- Mritasanjeevani sura
- Sanjeevani sura
- Sanjivani Sura
- Mruta Sanjeevani sura
- Mrtasanjivani sura
Table of Contents
Mrit Sanjeevani Sura ingredients
|Old Jaggery or Gur||–||5.89%|
|Babbula bark||Acacia arabica||0.46%|
|Mocharasa||Bombax ceiba Exudate||0.23%|
|Red sandalwood||Pterocarpus marsupium||0.046%|
|White caraway seed||0.046%|
|Jatamamsi (spikenard)||Nardostachys jatamansi||0.046%|
|Fenugreek – Methi||0.046%|
|White sandalwood||Santalum album||0.046%|
Note: Ingredients and quantity given above are taken before preparation in provided ratio. It does not apply to the end product after the preparation. After preparation, ingredients quantity changes and it may include self-generated alcohol too in about 15%.
Mrit Sanjeevani Sura is therapeutically indicated in following diseases:
- High fever
- Restlessness due to high fever
- Nightfall in men
- General debility or physical weakness
- Cholera or severe watery diarrhea
- In women, during postpartum period for strengthening body and reducing pain and fever
- Loss of libido in men
- During winter to keep the body warm
- Indigestion or loss of appetite after fever
Mrit Sanjivani Sura produces warmness in the body, so it is used in winter season. In cholera, after a severe watery stools body becomes cool and then it is prescribed.
Benefits & Uses
Mrit Sanjeevani Sura health benefits and uses are given below:
Mrit Sanjeevani Sura is beneficial in cholera when patient’s body become cool after several loose stools and dehydration. It brings the warmness in the body and helps to retain the water in the body.
Restlessness in fever
In some chronic fevers and acute high-grade fever, some patients feel restlessness and irritation. It is effective in reducing restlessness that occurs due to fever.
Weakness after nightfall in men
Many men combat with weakness due to frequent nightfall. However, sanjeevani sura does not cure the problem of nightfall, but it helps in general weakness due to it.
Loss of libido in men
Mrit Sanjeevani Sura is aphrodisiac and libido booster in action, so it helps to improve the libido flow in men.
In women during postpartum period
Mrit Sanjeevani Sura helps reducing symptoms appear in some women during postpartum period. It helps in weakness, stress, depression, backache, vertigo, abdominal distention, loose stool, indigestion, etc. in women after delivery.
Cough & Asthma
Sanjeevani Sura is also a bronchodilator, so it helps in acute attacks of asthma and persistent cough.
Mrut Sanjeevani Sura is also used in winter for nourishment purposes. It also produces warmth in the body, which helps combating cold season.
Mruta Sanjeevani sura dosage
5 to 15 drops after meal two or three times a day
The maximum dosage per day should not exceed from 60 drops.
Side effects & Disadvantages
The excess use of Mrit Sanjeevani Sura can result in following side effects.
- Loose stools
- Upset stomach
- Mild nausea
These side effects are more common in women as compared to men.
Warning & Caution
Mrit Sanjivani Sura may cause adverse effects, so it should not be taken without consulting herbal or ayurvedic physician.
It contains approx. 15% self-generated alcohol. According to Drugs & cosmetic Act, manufacturers cannot exceed alcohol content from 16% percent in mritsanjivani sura. It is available in maximum allowed packing of 30 ml.
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