Last updated on: September 8th, 2017
Ajmodarka is a classical Ayurvedic medicine available in liquid form. It is used for various digestive problems like loss of appetite, indigestion, bloating. It is also beneficial in some types of urinary problems.
1. Ajamoda (Fruit)
2. Water for Soaking and for preparation of arka (distillate)
3. Distillate Recovered as Arka
12 to 24 ml mixed with equal quantity of lukewarm water twice a day before a meal.
- Agnimandya (Digestive impairment)
- Ajirna (Dyspepsia)
- Bastiroga (Diseases of urinary system)
- Vatakapharoga (Disease due to Vata Kapha dosha)
- In digestive impairment, it is recommended twice a day in prescribed dose. Also, Chitrakadi Vati (250mg) and Shankha Vati (250mg) is advised twice a day.
- In dyspepsia, it may be taken as advised. Also, Eladi Vati (250mg) is taken 3-4 times a day.
- In diseases of urinary system, Chandraprabha Vati (500mg) and Gokshuradi Guggul (500mg) and Punarnavadi Mandur (250mg) are taken twice a day after meal along with Ajmodarka.
- In diseases due to Vata Kapha dosha, Ajmodarka is recommended. Also, Sitopladi Churna (2-5 gm) is taken with honey or lukewarm water 1 hour before breakfast and dinner. And, Yograj Guggul (500mg) and Sanjivani Vati (250mg) may also be added.
It is not recommended in person with following problems-
- Hyperacidity- Due to its sour taste, it should be avoided in hyperacidity and ulcers.
- Ulcers- Amritarishta may worsen the conditions in the case of ulcers or ulcerative colitis.
Ajmodarka, while taken under medical supervision for the prescribed time period never cause any side effects.