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PATANJALI SARVAKALP KWATH
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DescriptionThe regular use of this kwath strengthens liver. The contaminated, stale food and drinks like cold drinks, tea and others deposit toxins inside the body, which affects smooth functioning of liver. Thus, jaundice, its critical stage hepatit..
The regular use of this kwath strengthens liver. The contaminated, stale food and drinks like cold drinks, tea and others deposit toxins inside the body, which affects smooth functioning of liver. Thus, jaundice, its critical stage hepatitis B or C, like dreadful diseases attack the body. First-of-all, the kwath saves liver from hepatitis B or C and then activates liver. Its regular use also treats swelling in liver, its expansion, jaundice, reduced urine content, stomach and pelvis pain, indigestion, lack of appetite and others. A mix of ancient formulate, with specific qualities. Tasty and effective kwath / decoction. Mix 5-10 grams of kwath in around 400 ml water and boil it, till residue is 100 ml. Filter it and take empty stomach in the morning, one hour before dinner or before going to sleep. If the taste of any kwath is acerbic, then, if you are not diabetic, mix honey or any other sweet item. If you are unable to take this decoction in more quantity, boil for a longer period and with less water content, filter it. Be alert that honey shall be mixed, when decoction is cool and not hot.
Direction Of Use
As directed by the physician