Patanjali Divya Sarvakalp Kwath | Healthy Liver Supplements
This healthy liver supplements kwath fortifies liver function. Contaminated, stale, and junk food, which our liver does not want, but we pour these on it amply. It can cause severe damage to the liver from beverages like cold drinks, alcohol, and tea. It puts pressure on our liver and accumulates toxins inside the body, causing dreaded diseases like jaundice and critical stage Hepatitis B & C.
This herbal kwath saves the liver from harmful and dreaded disease attacks and treats liver swelling and its spread, reduced urine content, pain in the stomach and pelvis, lack of appetite, and indigestion.
This Ayurveda product relieves stress on the hepatic portal system. It improves digestion and treats various skin problems. This herbal kwath fortifies the toxin-affected liver caused by unhealthy food and beverages. Some examples of such unhealthy beverages are cold drinks and tea. The kwath protects the liver and reinforces its functions, restoring it to normal.
It is an age-old blend of an Ayurvedic formula with attributes targeting the specific functions of the liver. If you cannot consume it directly because of its taste, you can add honey and natural sweeteners, provided you do not have diabetes. If you have medical attention, talk to the doctor. Mix honey when the Kwath is cool.
The ingredients are Punarnava (Boerhaavia diffusa), Makoy (Solanum nigrum), and Bhumi amla (Phyllanthus niruri).
Punarnava is a medicinal plant. Its antioxidant properties help protect the liver. This herb, used in Ayurvedic medicines, offers many health benefits. It is beneficial for liver functions and can prevent liver infections.
Known as Bhumi amla Dukong Anak and Bhumi Amlaki, this Ayurvedic medicine helps manage liver disorders. This herb is hepatoprotective, antioxidant, and antiviral. It can help reverse liver damage. It aids in jaundice and liver swelling and controls the damage from spreading.
Makoy, or black nightshade, is an antioxidant and a supplement for liver health. This herb is antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. It protects the liver cells from toxins and free radicals. It relieves the oxidative stress on the liver cells that may cause liver diseases.
- Ayurvedic formula targets to improve liver conditions
- Helps restore and strengthen liver functions
- Removes toxins accumulated from harmful food, beverages, and diet
- Prevents jaundice, liver swelling and spreading
- Critical stages of Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C
- Improves urine content reduction
- Treat pain in the stomach and pelvis
- Aids in appetite loss and indigestion
- Improve skin conditions
Form – Powder
Net Quantity – 100 gm
Package Information – Pack
Key Ingredients – Punarnava (Boerhaavia diffusa), Makoy (Solanum nigrum), and Bhumi amla (Phyllanthus niruri).
Dosage: – Add 5 to 10 grams of kwath to 400 ml of water. Let the kwath oil reduce to 100 ml residual. Use a tea strainer to filter the mixture. You can take it in the morning, on an empty stomach, or consume the residue one hour before dinner or bedtime. If you cannot consume this decoction in 100ml or more, boil it longer to reduce. Use less water content and strain/filter it. Consult your doctor before using the kwath.