Agnitundi Vati Uses, For Digestion Problems, Complete Detail with Review

Agnitundi Vati is an Ayurvedic herbal mineral formulation primarily used to treat digestive problems. In this article, we will provide the facts like Agnitundi Vati uses, benefits, dosage, side effects, ingredients, precautions to take and a complete detailed review, so that you can consider whether to consume it or not.

Are you suffering from digestion problems like indigestion, diarrhoea, dysentery, or vomiting and you have tried many different medicines and have not gotten cured, then this is the medicine you need which is also a natural alternative to the regular medicines you use.

We have used this tablet in many patients and have seen great results whenever The Other systems of medicines don’t work. That’s why in this article we want to share our thoughts and feedback we have got from our patients, then let’s start Our article.

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What is Agnitundi Vati?

Agnitundi Vati is an Ayurvedic  Harbour mineral formulation that has been used for many centuries for treating many different kinds of digestive problems. It is named so because it can increase the Fire in those who are having a less digestive fire in them.

In ancient Ayurvedic scriptures, it is described as When the fuel is added to the fire, it helps the wood to burn out into the ash. In the same way, this medicine helps to Increase the digestive fire in the body and is Helpful for Ajeerna [Indigestion], Agni Mandya [Low digestive power], Udara shoola [Abdominal pain]

Agnitundi Vati Uses 

The therapeutic uses of this medicine in our regular clinical practice are as given below.

  • Diarrhoea
  • Dysentery
  • Cough
  • Fever With indigestion
  • Indigestion
  • Intestinal worms
  • Acute and chronic pancreatitis
  • Bedwetting in children
  • Irritable bowel syndrome [IBS]
  • Liver disorders
  • Arthritis
  • Constipation due to intestinal laxity

Agnitundi Vati Benefits 


In patients who have Amavata This medicine is very useful to clear out the ama [undigested waste products/toxins] present in the body and at the affected area. In Ayurveda removing the ama is the first step to starting treatment so this medicine is a boon for that purpose.

Loss of appetite 

People who have no desire to eat or eat very little can benefit from consuming this medicine. It helps to increase the digestive fire by a property of its called Deepana

Increase the digestive capacity 

For some people even digesting a small quantity of food is also difficult, in those patients if they use this medicine regularly as directed by the doctor, they can improve their digestive capacity and can eat as much as they want to eat.

Agnitundi Vati Ingredients 

Agnitundi Vati contents are as below, it contains both natural Herbs and Minerals.

NameScientific Name

Agnitundi Vati Dosage 

It is a herbal mineral combination formula of Ayurvedic medicine 

This medicine is strictly consumed under medical supervision

The medicine contains heavy metals like Mercury, Sulfur and Borax

Self-medication is not recommended

  • This medicine is available in tablet form which can be consumed in one or two tablets two times a day after food
  • This medicine can be taken with plain water
  • Different Adjuvants like warm water, Honey, or Nimbu swarasa can be used with medicine according to the different health conditions.
  • Keep this medicine away from the reach of children

Agnitundi Vati Side effects 

  • This medicine normally doesn’t have any side effects
  • This medicine contains purified and processed Mercury sulphur borax
  • Self-medication is not recommended
  • Consuming more than the prescribed dose may cause stomach irritation, loss of appetite, indigestion, belching and a burning sensation
  • If you want to consume this medicine please consult your doctor for more information and safety.
  • Store in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.

Interaction with Allopathic medicines

  • Agnitundi Vati tablet doesn’t interact with allopathic medicines
  • Some medicinal herbs may interact with synthetic compounds of allopathic medicines so consult a doctor for their suggestion.
  • It is recommended to take this medicine under the opinion of a Healthcare provider.
  • We Suggest our patients maintain a 30-minute interval between Ayurvedic medicines and Western medicines to avoid any unknown interactions.

Interaction with Homoeopathic medicines

This medicine doesn’t interact with homoeopathic medicines, so this medicine can be considered as safe with them.

Interaction with the Health supplements

  • Generally, the Agnitundi Vati tablet is considered as safe with health supplements like multivitamins Omega 3 fatty acids etc
  • If you are taking more than one health supplement at a time and you want to take Agnitundi Vati along with it consult your doctor for more information
  • Normally we suggest to our patients that if they are taking any health supplements, they should avoid taking both at the same time and maintain a 30-minute interval between the two different medicines

For Pregnant Women 

  • This medicine Doesn’t have any harmful health effects on pregnant women. More research is needed in this context.
  • Get an opinion from your doctor if you want to consume it.

For Lactating mothers 

This medicine can be considered safe for lactating mothers

Please consult your doctor for more information and safety.

For Kids 

This medicine is safe for kids if taken under medical supervision.

No recharge data is available to prove the safety of this medicine.

Please contact your doctor for more information.






Dhootpapeshwar etc 


It can be used for up to 5 years from the date of manufacturing.

Research and references 

  • Bhaishajya Ratnavali Agnimandya Rogadhikara 117-118
  1. Article on Clinical Evaluation of Agnitundi Vati the Management of Sciatica by International Journal of Ayurvedic Medicine 
  1. Article on the treatment of Nephrotic Syndrome using Agnitundi Vati
  1. Article on Mode of action of Agnitundi Vati by World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 
  1. Article on the management of Acute recurrent Pancreatitis using Agnitundi Vati by Journal of Research in Ayurvedic Sciences
  1. Article on the anti-ulcer activity of Agnitundi Vati and a comparison with Cimetidine by National Library of Medicine



What is Agnitundi Vati used for?

It is used to treat various digestive problems like dysentery, diarrhoea, indigestion, vomiting, loss of appetite etc and other diseases with Ama.

How to use Agnitundi Vati?

Agnitundi Vati is in the form of a tablet/pill.  It can be taken with lukewarm water, Lemon juice, and Honey As directed by the doctor.

When should I take Agnitundi Vati?

If you are having digestive problems, loss of appetite, or other digestive problems, you can take this medicine in the morning and evening at the dose suggested by your doctor.

Agnitundi Vati Review 

We have used Agnitundi Vati on thousands of patients, and have observed many things about it. This review contains our experience with this medicine, the feedback from our patients, and also our colleagues’ views that they have shared with us. 

  • Many patients with indigestion got cured after consuming this medicine for just 2 days, Further continuing this medicine for a week helped them to digest the food properly.
  • Some patients who were having dysentery and diarrhoea and who were resistant to the antibiotics after consuming this medicine along with the antibiotics got great results.
  • In many patients with arthritis, this tablet was prescribed for 15 days and then the routine Arthritis treatment was continued, by following this procedure many patients got relieved from the pain and discomfort of arthritis.
  • We have seen many examples of its potential effect to treat diseases, that’s why we use this medicine for almost all patients for Deepana and Pachana which is the first stage to start the treatment in patients with ama.
  • So we conclude this article by saying this is a potential medicine to treat digestive problems and to start treatment in patients with Ama.

This article is only for educational purposes; self-medication and self-diagnosis are not recommended. Please contact your doctor for more information and the safety of your health.

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