Chavikasavam uses: It is used in conditions
Sarva Gulma Vikara – abdominal tumours and related diseases.
Prameha – urinary tract disorders
Pratishyaya – allergic rhinitis, Upper respiratory tract infection
Kshaya – tuberculosis, chronic respiratory diseases
Kasa – cough, cold
Vatashonita – gout
Udara, Antravruddhi – ascites, abdominal distension and hernia.
Useful in dyspepsia and anemia.
Chavikasavam side effects: Very high dose may cause burning sensation in stomach and diarrhea.
Children, Pregnant and lactating mothers should seek medical advice before taking this medicine.
Dose: 10 – 30 ml, once or twice a day, along with water, after food or as directed by Ayurvedic doctor.
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Chavikasavam ( 450g )
(USD) $ 9.51
What is Chavikasavam
Chavikasavam is an Ayurvedic medicine used mainly in abdominal and urinary tract disorders. It is a liquid medicine having self generated alcohol.