Varanadi Kashayam is an Ayurvedic medicine primarily used for the treatment of some digestive and respiratory disorders. It is highly recommended for the obese patients to help them reduce weight. It can help in treating central obesity and reduces belly fat.
Indications, Benefits & Uses
The health benefits of this medicine are discussed beneath:
Varanadi Kashayam has the ability to correct the digestion and metabolic processes in the body. It helps in treating fatty liver by improving the metabolism of fats. Varanadi Kashayam works by correcting the kapha and vata dosha.
It also helps to increase the pitta dosha, which results in the generation of heat in the body. This action on the pitta helps to increase the digestive fire and boosts the functions of the stomach and the intestines. It also improves the breakdown and assimilation of food in the body and corrects the cellular energy levels.
It has been used traditionally to treat anorexia. It increases the appetite of a person; hence, it is beneficial for the patients suffering from bulimia and those recapitulating from a chronic disorder.
Varanadi Kashayam is one of the best natural remedies for losing weight. It boosts the metabolic functions and thus, increases the rate at which the fats are burnt by the body. This helps in an efficient mobilization of stored fats to be used as a source of fuel for carrying out various functions thereby allowing a person to get rid of several pounds of weight.
Unlike most other medicines used for reducing weight, Varanadi Kashayam does not cause the destruction of the fat cells; but only influences the fat metabolism to allow for the burning of fats. Though this medicine is used to increase the appetite, it does not result in a higher calorie intake as it helps to control the cravings. Also, the appetite increasing action lasts only for a few days followed by the suppression of appetite. The initial increase in appetite may occur due to its effect on the digestion and metabolism in the body.
Varanadi Kashayam, when used in lower doses, can help in relieving headaches of all types. It is more effective when a headache is accompanied by or described as a dull pain or heaviness in the head.
Varanadi Kashayam is used to reduce high levels of cholesterol and triglycerides and prevent the development of atherosclerosis. It works on the Kapha dosha, which, according to the Ayurveda, is the cause of atherosclerosis. Varanadi Kashayam also blocks the atherosclerotic process by inhibiting the plaque accumulation. It also reduces inflammation of the blood vessels. Thus, it helps in preventing arteriosclerotic vascular diseases and coronary artery disease.
Varanadi Kashayam is also effective in relieving the symptoms of some skin diseases. It is particularly used to get rid of itching caused by eczema and dermatitis.
Varanadi Kashayam is used in the cases of asthma with congestion and excessive mucus production. It eases the breathing troubles by reducing the production of mucus. It also reduces the breathlessness caused by obesity. Along with the use of Varanadi Kashayam, patients should also do exercises for strengthening the respiratory muscles and burning the fats to increase the effectiveness of this medicine.
Fatty liver related to obesity can be treated well using this medicine. Varanadi Kashayam reduces the fats in the liver and improves the hepatic functions. It is also helpful in the management of viral hepatitis, alcoholic hepatitis, jaundice, and loss of appetite associated with liver disorders.
The recommended dosage of Varanadi Kashayam
Patients suffering from the aforementioned diseases can use Varanadi Kashayam in a dose of 10 to 20 ml once every day. They should mix the medication in warm water and consume it about 30 minutes before a meal. In severe cases, the dose can be increased to 30 to 40 ml per day.
Side effects of Varanadi Kashayam
Varanadi Kashayam is a safe herbal formulation. It is well-tolerated by most people. Since it contains only pure herbal constituents, it does not cause any serious side effects. However, using it in a very high dose can result in a few side effects such as mouth ulcers, dryness of the mouth, heartburn, and loss of appetite.
It should be noted that though Varanadi Kashayam is effective in the patients with anorexia and can help increase their appetite; the loss of appetite may occur in the people suffering from severe gastritis and peptic ulcers. Hence, people with a history of heartburn, peptic ulcers, or gastritis should not use Varanadi Kashayam. Some patients may complain of excessive thirst during treatment with this medicine.