Avipathi Choornam - 50G - Kerala Ayurveda

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Kerala Ayurveda Avipathi Choornam

Avipathi Choornam: Purgative – alleviates Pitta Cholagogue.


About Avipathi Choornam 

Avipathi Choornam is used to promote healing of diseases that are caused due to pitta imbalance. There are numerous uses for Avipathi Choornam. This is a good ayurvedic medicine that helps people with constipation because it ensures healthy digestion and proper elimination occurs. It can be used as an ayurvedic medicine to help in the treatment of jaundice since it helps to alleviate liver-related problems and disorders. You can use Avipathi Choornam for weight loss as it helps promote healthy weight and ensures you are not underweight. 

Avipathi Choornam is a digestive stimulant which makes it a great ayurvedic medicine to help in the treatment of hyperacidity and dyspepsia. It helps heal various types of digestion problems including constipation, GERD, gastritis, loss of appetite, and stomatitis. The Avipathi Choornam is an ayurvedic medicine for anemia since it helps promote blood purification and maintain haemoglobin levels. It helps heal several types of exhaustion that are caused due to sun exposure and can help alleviate dizziness symptoms. 

Avipathi Choornam effectively reduces toxins in the body which help balance doshas. It has anti-inflammatory property, is an appetizer, is carminative, and helps alleviate pain associated with migraine. It is useful for healing hepatitis. Avipathi Choornam helps the small and large intestines to work efficiently so that digestion is promoted. 

Avipathi Choornam Dosage

10 to 15 grams daily before bed or as recommended by an Ayurvedic physician. 

Avipathi Choornam Ingredients: 

Avipathi Choornam benefits are plenty and that is because of the specific herbs that are perfectly combined to form this powerful powder. While the powder is formulated with a range of herbs, the following are specific qualities of three herbs found in Avipathi Choornam. All the other herbs have unique benefits that add to the effectiveness of the choornam too. 


  • Cardamom. It is sweet and fragrant and used as a cooking spice
  • It balances Kapha and Vata Doshas and increases the Pitta Dosha

  • It is often added to tea and has a distinctive flavour

  • It is kept in the mouth to freshen the breath and in cases of diarrhoea 

  • It is used in traditional medicine for its property of being a diuretic. This makes it useful in the Ayurvedic treatment of urinary issues

  • Due to its ability to balance the Kapha Dosha, it is used in the Ayurvedic treatment of cough, cold, asthma, productive cough and chronic ailments of the respiratory system

  • It is used in traditional folk medicine systems to treat digestive issues. It is useful in Ayurvedic medicines for digestive issues to improve taste, relieve anorexia, gastritis, and burning sensation in the stomach. It is also useful in the treatment of piles and haemorrhoids.

  • It is useful in medicines for the treatment of Vata Dosha related problems such as neuralgia, bloating, irritable bowel syndrome, nausea, gastritis, indigestion and wind 

  • It is to be noted that Ayurveda states that the excessive usage of this herb can cause issues with fertility 

Avipathi Choornam uses this ingredient as a natural cardiotonic. It is used in Ayurveda as an antioxidant in treating asthma, hypertension, dysuria, and indigestion. It is also used as an Ayurvedic antacid, diuretic, anti-toxin, anti-allergic, digestive, blood purifier, antitussive and anti-ulcerogenic.


  • Helps improve digestion
  • Has anti-bacterial property
  • Is an antioxidant
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Has anti-fungal property
  • Helps purify the blood
  • Is a mild diuretic
  • Is anti-tubercular
  • Has antispasmodic property
  • Is an immunostimulant
  • Prevents the formation of toxins
  • Helps heal digestion disorders
  • Helps reduce cholesterol levels
  • Helps balance vata and kapha doshas


  • Indian gooseberry also called Amla
  • It is commonly used as a fruit as well as traditional medicine

  • It has the ability to balance all the three Doshas. Amalaki can be taken in different forms in order to balance different Doshas. It can also be used in combination with other ingredients for different Dosha issues. Depending on the combination, it is used for both weight loss and weight gain.

  • Vata imbalances are treated with amla combined with Sesame/Gingelly oil in the evening

  • Pitta issues can be helped with a mixture of Amla and Ghee (clarified butter) or jaggery in the evening

  • Kapha imbalances call for the combination of Amla with honey in the morning

  • It is rich in Vitamin C and used in traditional medicine as an antioxidant, immunomodulator, anti-inflammatory, astringent, antipyretic, antacid, adaptogenic, anti-ageing and rejuvenative

  • Amla is useful in traditional medicine for grey hair health, improvement in eye problems, respiratory problems, urinary troubles, burning, itching, and other skin troubles

  • Amla is used in Ayurveda to help protect the liver, support digestion, support haemoglobin levels, relieve cramps, manage blood glucose levels and reduce congestion

  • It is good for the health of the hair, eyes, skin and gives strength and vigour

  • Amla is a good natural laxative and relieves constipation

Pitta imbalances cause a host of problems such as pyrexia, unexplained weight loss, anemia, constipation, cough, and inflammatory oedema. All of these problems are uncomfortable, make you feel unhealthy, and can cause severe stress. 


Causes Of Problems Due To Pitta Imbalance 

The causes of pitta imbalance depend on a particular health problem. Numerous diseases and disorders happen due to pitta imbalance. Following are some of the most common problems that occur due to pitta imbalance. 

Constipation causes include stress, eating disorders, colon cancer, hypothyroidism, an insufficient fibre in the diet, and certain medicines. It can be caused due to IBS, neurological conditions, disorders associated with muscles and nerves of the digestive system and an inactive lifestyle. 

Jaundice has numerous causes. These include hepatitis, sickle cell anemia, idiopathic autoimmune hemolytic anemia, and pancreatic cancer. It can occur due to bile duct obstruction, G6PD deficiency, alcoholic liver disease, liver cancer, cirrhosis, thalassemia, and acute pancreatitis. 

Anemia can be caused because of a low number or faulty red blood cell production in the body. Anemia caused due to blood loss occurs because of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or due to gastrointestinal disorders. Anemia can be caused because of red blood cells’ destruction. 

Hyperacidity has various causes. It can be due to bad habits such as smoking and drinking alcohol. It can be due to high levels of stress. It can be a side effect of certain medicines. It can be due to bad eating habits. Obesity, fasting, and pregnancy can cause hyperacidity too. 

Dyspepsia or indigestion has several causes. It can be due to diseases such as IBS, stomach infections, GERD, gastroparesis, ulcers, or chronic pancreatitis. Certain medications and lifestyle factors can cause indigestion too. 

Inflammatory oedema can occur due to allergic  reactions, critical illnesses, burns, low albumin, and obstruction of fluid flow. It can occur due to kidney disease, pregnancy, head trauma, congestive heart failure, liver disease or certain medicines. 

Dysuria can be caused due to Urinary Tract Infection or UTI. It can be caused due to kidney stones, prostate infection, sexually transmitted infection, or ovarian cysts. Dysuria is caused due to chemical sensitivity, medication, interstitial cystitis, vaginal irritation, or bladder cancer. 

Pyrexia has a number of causes. It can be caused because of dehydration in your body and can occur as an alcohol withdrawal symptom. It can be caused due to medicines, rheumatoid arthritis, silicosis, heatstroke, sunburn, an infection, and amphetamine abuse. 

Cough can be caused due to asthma, smoking, certain medicines, or bacteria. Damage to the vocal cords can cause a cough to develop. Coughing can be caused due to conditions such as heart failure and pulmonary embolism. It can be caused due to postnasal drip and GERD too. 

Emesis or vomiting can be caused because of overeating, seasickness, emotional stress, or due to certain medicines. It can be due to intense pain, infections, ulcers, kidney infections, psychological illnesses, and acute cholecystitis. It can occur due to hernia, chemotherapy, and migraines too. 

Unexplained weight loss can have many causes. It can be due to Parkinson’s disease, ulcerative colitis, diabetes, celiac disease, Addison’s disease, and hypercalcemia. It can be caused by substance abuse, depression, COPD, changes in diet, dementia, peptic ulcer, and Crohn’s disease. 

Dizziness can be caused due to Meniere’s disease, BPV, heart muscle disease, dehydration, and anxiety disorders. It can be caused due to a decrease in the volume of blood. Hypoglycemia and ear infections are other causes of dizziness. Dizziness can occur due to multiple sclerosis as well. 

Ayurveda’s View on Pitta Imbalance 

In Ayurveda, pitta dosha is in charge of metabolism and it governs what happens in the mind and the body. It can be called the control centre of the transformation that happens. When there is an imbalance of pitta, then a wide range of health problems can occur. Thankfully, there are numerous ways to pacify pitta. For instance, you should never work too much but work moderately. You should avoid staying in warm and hot temperatures. You should try and remain cool at all times. You should ensure you relax. 

Consuming a diet that is rich in pitta pacifying foods is recommended. Foods that help balance pitta absorb excess oil, ground the body, and decrease internal heat that is caused due to pitta aggravation. Pitta pacifying foods help to prevent inflammation and help promote digestion. You can eat butter, milk, and ghee. However, you need to avoid eating sour cream, cultured buttermilk, yogurt, and cheese. You can use olive oil, coconut oil, and sunflower oil. You should avoid almond oil, sesame oil, and corn oil because these can aggravate pitta. 

When you are choosing grains, you should choose granola, oats, dry cereal, quinoa, barley, white rice, wheat bran, oat bran, pasta, and rice cakes. You should avoid opting for muesli, brown rice, rye, buckwheat, and millet when it comes to grains as these grains aggravate pitta. You should eat sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, popcorn without salt, and almonds that have been soaked and peeled. To balance pitta, you need to avoid nuts and seeds such as pistachios, walnuts, cashews, sesame seeds, pecans, and chia seeds. 

You should eat fruits that are sweet such as cherries, melons, pomegranates, mangoes, ripe oranges, plums, and grapes. You should avoid sour fruits. These include grapefruits, unripe plums, unripe papayas, and unripe pineapple. When it comes to choosing vegetables to stabilize pitta, you should eat asparagus, celery, cauliflower, cucumbers, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, okra, lettuce, green beans, potatoes, and green leafy vegetables. You should avoid having vegetables such as beets, onions, radishes, garlic, carrots, hot peppers, and tomatoes to balance pitta dosha. 

For balancing pitta, you need to ensure that you eat at nearly the same time every day. Ayurveda stresses routines are important and help balance the mind and body. Make a regular eating timetable and try to eat at that time every day. Eating three meals a day is recommended and never skip meals because it will aggravate pitta. You should eat mindfully and be attentive to food when you are eating. This helps with easy digestion and proper absorption of nutrients. You can use garnishes such as mint and avocado to reduce the effectiveness of pitta aggravating foods. 

Certain spices help pacify and balance pitta. For instance, cinnamon, cardamom, coriander, and fennel balance pitta. You can take cloves, black pepper, ginger, mustard seeds, cumin, and fenugreek in small quantities. You should avoid having cayenne and chilli peppers. When you are transitioning to a pitta pacifying diet, you should avoid having items that have sharp flavours such as caffeine, hard drinks like alcohol, and cigarettes. When you are following a pitta diet, remember that it might be difficult at first and it will feel natural and you will feel better eventually.

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