Asava & Arishta


Palashpushpasava is used for the treatment of kidney stones, glycosuria (sugar in urine), nephritis, dysuria, and anuria. It improves kidney functions, reduces inflammation, and improves elimination of the toxins. Therefore, it is also used in the management of renal diseases – chronic kidney failure and uremia. It has nephroprotective, depurative and diuretic properties. In addition, it also improves appetite, removes toxins from the blood, increases urine output and rejuvenates the kidneys.

Ingredients (Composition)

Palash Pushp (Flowers) – Butea Monosperma32 Parts
Manjistha – Rubia Cordifolia4 parts
Punarnava – Boerhavia Diffusa4 parts
Gokshura – Tribulus Terrestris4 parts
Varun (Varuna) Bark – Crataeva Nurvala4 parts
Triphala4 parts
Warm water256 Parts
Draksha (Raisins) – Vitis Vinifera16 Parts
Jaggery (Gur)64 Parts
Dhataki Flowers – Woodfordia Fruticosa8 Parts
Yavakshara – Barley (Hordeum Vulgare) Kshaar1 Part
Tejpata (Indian Bay Leaf) – Cinnamomum Tamala1 Part
Nagkesar – Mesua Ferrea1 Part
Talispatra – Abies Webbiana1 Part

Preparation Method

  1. Take warm Water in ghee coated Asava Vessel and add coarse powders of Palash Flowers, Manjistha, Punarnava, Gokshura, Varun and Triphala in it.
  2. Now, add Dhataki Flower, Draksha, Jaggery, and Yavakshara. Then add other herbs. Mix them well.
  3. Leave it for 30 days in Asava place for natural fermentation.
  4. Then filter the liquid (Palashpushpasava) and preserve it in food-grade bottles.

Pharmacological Actions

Palashpushpasava has following medicinal properties:

  • Nephroprotective
  • Depurative – Purifies Blood And Removes Toxins From It
  • Diuretic – improves urine output and urine flow
  • Lithontriptic (lithotriptic) – dissolving stone in the kidneys or bladder

Dosha Karma

The main action of Palashpushpasava is observed on Vata Dosha and Kapha Dosha. It also detoxifies Pitta Dosha, but it does not reduce the increased Pitta in the body.

Therapeutic Indications

Palashpushpasava is helpful in following health conditions.

  • Kidney stones
  • Glycosuria (sugar in urine)
  • Albuminuria or proteinuria
  • Nephritis
  • Nephrotic syndrome (nephrosis)
  • Dysuria
  • Anuria
  • Chronic kidney failure
  • Uremia

Note: In kidney diseases, it is best when used along with Chandraprabha Vati.

Palashpushpasava Dosage

The general dosage of Palashpushpasava is as follows.
Children (above the age of 5 years)2.5 to 10 ml
Adults10 to 30 ml
Maximum Possible Dosage60 ml Per Day (in divided doses)
Doses: Twice a day with equal amount of water
Best Time to Take: After Food

Safety Profile

Palashpushpasava is considerably safe for most individuals.

Side Effects of Palashpushpasava

There are no side effects observed with Palashpushpasava.


There are no absolute contraindications for Palashpushpasava.

Pregnancy & Lactation

The safety profile of Palashpushpasava is not well established for pregnant women and lactating mothers.

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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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