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Patanjali Swasari Kwath- Ingredients, Composition, Properties, Health Benefits, Usage

October 05, 2020 4 min read

Patanjali Swasari Kwath - For All Your Breathing Issues:

Breathing or respiratory problems ate quite common in current days. Besides cough and cold, the other reasons for respiratory issues include environmental pollution, exposure to dust and smoke. While there are hundreds of supplements available in the market to solve such issues, Ayurveda suggests remedies that can heal you from within. Patanjali Swasari Kwath is one such Ayurveda inspired supplement.

Patanjali Swasari Kwath comes in a pack of 100gm. It is suitable for all genders and for both kids and adults.

Patanjali Divya Swasari

Ingredients:

Patanjali Swasari Kwath is a mix of herbal ingredients. Tasty and effective, the key content of this decoction are as follows.

Licorice Root

Licorice Root

Licorice root or mulethi is known for its rich flavour. It may help to reduce cough and sore throat.Licorice is also known to have antiviral and antimicrobial properties.

Ginger

Ginger

Ginger or sounth is popular for its anti-inflammatory properties. This species of rhizome may relax membranes in the airways and help to reduce cough.

Long Pepper Root

Long Pepper Root

Long pepper root is considered helpful for lung problems like asthma, cough and bronchitis. Indian long pepper root contains piperine. It helps to fight parasites.

Holy Basil

Holi Basil

Holy basil or tulsi leaves have been used for hundreds of years to get relief from cough and cold. This medicinal plant may help to fight a range of infections like cough and cold.

Cinnamon

Cinnamon

Cinnamon stick or Dalchini is a aromatic spice that can be used in a myriad of cuisines. It is known for its rich flavour and aroma. Cinnamon is useful to fight bacterial and fungal infections that occur in the respiratory tract. It helps to remove phlegm from the throat.

Composition:

Each 10ml of the Patanjali Swasari Kwath contains

  • Clove- 0.12gm
  • Holy basil- 0.12gm
  • Cinnamon- 0.12gm
  • Dry ginger- 0.12gm
  • Bay leaves- 0.12gm
  • Malabar nut- 0.12gm
  • Sweet violet- 0.24gm
  • Glory bower- 0.12gm
  • Licorice root- 0.12gm
  • Indian cherry- 0.12gm
  • Indian laburnum- 0.12gm
  • Long pepper root- 0.12gm
  • Willow leaved justicia- 0.24gm
  • Yellow berried nightshade- 0.48gm

Properties:

Patanjali Swasari Kwath is anti-inflammatory in nature. It may help to reduce the bronchioles swelling and also in cleaning the windpipe.

This herbal powder also acts as an antibacterial agent. It helps the body fight against infections that are caused by different microorganisms.

Due to its anti-allergic nature, Patanjali Swasari Kwath is prescribed for asthma, tuberculosis, chronic cough and sinusitis.

Patanjali Divya Swasari Kwath is also broncho- dilatory and anti- tussive in nature.

Health Benefits:

Patanjali Swasari Kwath is considered extremely beneficial to the respiratory system. It balances the kapha dosha as well. You can use this supplement to strengthen the lungs. Regular use of Patanjali Swasari Kwath may help to soothe the lung muscles.

It can help to clear the congestion in the respiratory tract. Regular use of the decoction can also prevent the productive cough. So if you are suffering from cough or cold, Patanjali Swasari Kwath may be of some assistance.

You may also use this decoction to get some relief when suffering from body ache and fever with burning sensation.

Direction to Use:

Patanjali Swasari Kwath should be consumed by consulting an Ayurvedic expert. The dose for this kwath may vary as per the age, gender and physical condition of the user. The supplement is usually taken for 10 days for effective results. The general dose of Patanjali Swasari Kwath is-

Step 1- Take 5-10 grams of the kwath per day

Step 2- Mix this decoction with 400ml of water

Step 3- Boil the mixture till it residues to 100ml

Step 4- Filter the mixture and take the decoction on empty stomach

Step 5- If you want to reduce the bitterness of the kwath, mix honey with it. This activity should be performed once the kwath is cold

Step 6- You should take this supplement twice a day. Once in the morning in empty stomach. Once at night, one hour before dinner

Patanjali Swasari Kwath FAQs:

1. What is the shelf life of Patanjali Swasari Kwath?

Patanjali SwasariKwath is known to come with a long shelf life of 24 months from the date of manufacture.

2. How long do you take Patanjali Swasari Kwath?

Patanjali Swasari Kwath can be taken for 10 days for effective results. It is also advisable to speak with an Ayurvedic physician before deciding on the dose.

3. What is the use of Patanjali Swasari Kwath?

Patanjali Swasari Kwath is an effective herbal remedy for breathing issues. It is known to be beneficial in asthma, cough, sinusitis and cold.

4. When should I take Patanjali Swasari Kwath?

Patanjali Swasari Kwath should be consumed twice a day. Take the decoction once in the morning before breakfast and once at night, 1 hour before dinner.

5. What is Patanjali Swasari Kwath?

Patanjali Divya Swasari Kwath is a proprietary Ayurvedic formulation. This herbal decoction is considered useful in respiratory tract infections, cough, cold and bronchitis.

6. What is Patanjali Swasari Kwath made with?

Patanjali SwasariKwath is an all- natural herbal potent. It is made with adrak, tulsi, dalchini, laung and many more medicinal herbs.

7. Can I use Patanjali SwasariKwath for dry cough?

Yes. Patanjali Swasari Kwath helps to treat bacterial infections in the respiratory tract. It is found effective for fever and dry cough as well.

8. What is the difference between Patanjali Swasari Kwath and Patanjali Swasari Pravahi?

Patanjali SwasariKwathis available in powder form while the Patanjali SwasariPravahiis in liquid form. Both Patanjali SwasariKwath and Patanjali SwasariPravahiare used for respiratory issues like dry cough and sinusitis.

9. Can I give Patanjali Swasari Kwath to children?

Patanjali Swasari Kwath can be given to children. Generally you can give 1 teaspoon of the kwath thrice in a day to a child. Seek advice from an Ayurvedic physician before using this kwath.

10. How does Patanjali Swasari Kwath taste like?

Patanjali Swasari Kwath tastes bitter. You may add any natural sweetener like honey to improve its taste.

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