Patanjali Arshkalp Vati Patanjali Medicine comes in the form of small tablets which have Ghrit Kumari, Haritaki, Kaharva Pishti, Kakamachi, Karpura, Khuna Kharaba, Naga Dauna, Nimba, Pure Rasaunt and Soap Nut as the active ingredients.
Patanjali claims to provide the cure for piles with their ayurvedic medicine. ‘Divya Arshkalp Vati’ is a proprietary Ayurvedic medicine manufactured by Swami Ramdev’s Divya (Patanjali). It contains a mixture of natural herbs and is used as a medicine to cure piles.
Below are mentioned the ingredients of piles medicine by Patanjali:
|Ingredients||Quantity (per tablet)|
|Haritaki (Harar) – Terminalia Chebula||100 mg|
|Bakayan – Melia Azedarach||100 mg|
|Reetha (soap nut) – Sapindus Mukorossi||5 mg|
|Desi Karpur – Cinnamomum Camphora||5 mg|
|Khuna Kharaba (Dragon’s Blood) – Daemonorops Draco||2.5 mg|
|Kakamachi (Makoh or black nightshade plant) – Solanum Nigrum||12.5 mg|
|Ghrita Kumari – Aloe Barbadensis||12.5 mg|
|Naga Dauna – Artemisia Vulgaris||12.5 mg
Straining during bowel movements can cause swelling in the veins in the anorectal regions (near the anus). With time, excessive straining on the walls of these veins can make them lose their elasticity. This leads to the prolapse of the veins, causing the occurrence of piles.
Divya Arshkalp Vati medicine helps in ending the chain of such events by preventing constipation. The medicine is made of natural herbs which stimulate the normal functioning of the digestive system such as bowel movements the passage of stools. It thus prevents the need to strain.
Arshkalp Vati medicine contains the herbs which can potentially increase the strength of the muscles of the digestive tract, giving relief from pain and straining and passing hard stools. Arshkalp Vati medicine also helps to increase the peristaltic movements of the small and large intestine and the anorectal regions, allowing easy bowel movements.
The pain caused due to piles can be prevented with the use of Arshkalp medicine. It also works by preventing the worsening of existing constipation, which can only worsen the piles. Arshkalp Vati enhances the digestive functions, which can prevent the constipation caused by piles. So, this medicine can effectively provide long-term relief from the problem of piles by treating the root cause of the disease. It can also help to prevent the complications occurring because of recurrent piles.
The herbs present in the medicine produce an anti-inflammatory action which prevents worsening of piles and also helps in recovery of piles by repairing the damaged tissues. Arshkalp Vati medicine is also useful for patients with cases of piles which are caused due to factors apart from constipation such as long sitting hours, eating spicy food, or heredity.
People living the corporate with the schedule that requires them to sit for long hours have more possibilities of developing piles. The reason is that they are on the higher tendency of the veins to get engorged. Divya Arshkalp Vati medicine can efficiently give the patient relief from the symptoms of piles and also supports the veins of the anal region.
Many patients claim to have gotten relief from the Patanjali Piles medicine. However, some patients have seen extreme intolerance and adverse effects (such as such as vomiting, diarrhea, and stomach pain) to one of the herbs that the medicine is composed of.
It is not advised to give it to children. Do not keep the medicine within the reach of children. Pregnant and lactating women are advised to consult their doctor before taking the medicine. The medicine can cause side effects and also lead to irregular periods or miscarriage ( in pregnancy) because of the strong herbs that the medicine is composed of. High dosage of the medicine can lead to severe pain and make the stomach upset. Take medical advice in case of an adverse effect.
Consult a Doctor
The medicine has both benefits and side-effects in some cases. It is always the best to take advice from a doctor before taking any medicine. The most effective solution for piles is the pain-free laser procedure. There is no risk of recurrence of the disease with this procedure.