Lavangadi Vati Uses & Complete Detailed Review.

Lavangadi Vati is an Ayurvedic herbal formulation mainly used to treat asthma, fever, cough, Allergic respiratory infections etc. In this article, we will share authentic facts about Lavangadi vati uses, benefits, dosage, ingredients, side effects, precautions to take and a complete detailed review So that you can decide whether to consume this medicine or not.

What is Lavangadi Vati?

Lavangadi vati is an Ayurvedic herbal formulation that is used for many centuries in the Holistic Medicine System of Ayurveda.

It contains lavanga as the main ingredient along with 4 other natural medicinal herbs.

  • Seasonal changes may cause sickness even to strong person also if necessary precautions are not taken. 
  • Mainly in the rainy season lakhs of people can get infected and may suffer from various respiratory health issues due to climatic changes like asthma, Respiratory distress, common cold, cough, flu, Sore throat, allergic rhinitis etc.
  • Are you having sore throat asthma or cough for many days? do you have allergic rhinitis and respiratory problems and you want to use natural medicines to get a cure? then read this article to know Lavangadi vati uses and its benefits that can help you naturally.
  • We have seen Lavangadi vati uses in various respiratory problems and other oral and throat infections. In this article, we will provide our and our colleagues’ doctor’s experience of this medicine with our patients and their feedback.

Lavangadi Vati Uses

  1. Productive cough
  2. Non-productive cough
  3. Asthma
  4. Sore throat [Pharyngitis]
  5. Allergic rhinitis
  6. Cold
  7. Mouth ulcers
  8. Bronchitis
  9. Tonsillitis
  10. Laryngitis
  11. Pain relief
  12. For viral infections
  13. For Drug-resistant bacterial infections
  14. For fungal infections.

Lavangadi Vati Benefits

Lavangadi vati uses for pain relieving

  • It has Excellent pain-relieving properties
  • Lavangadi Vati uses for pain relieving is underrated, it is used to reduce the pain in mouth ulcers, toothache, and anal fissures.

Lavangadi Vati uses for Fungal infections

  • In studies conducted on rodents which are having virginity due to fungus, it has shown that the ingredients in lavangadi Vati like Clove and Pepper oil may help to reduce fungal infections.
  • It is an excellent option as a natural medicine to treat Candida albicans Cryptococcus neoformans and Aspergillus fumigatus.
  • More research studies are needed to prove its efficacy for humans.

Lavangadi Vati uses in Viral infections

  • Research studies on animals have proved that it has antiviral activity against Herpes simplex Virus.
  • Clove extract used in lavangadi Vati maybe have the Property to inhibit the viral DNA production

Lavangadi Vati uses against drug-resistant bacteria

The ingredients of this tablet like Extracts of pepper and Clove Can reduce the growth of multi-drug resistant bacteria.

In that list, these bacteria may come in the first list like Enterococcus faecalis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Acinetobacter baumannii and Staphylococcus aureus.

Lavangadi Vati uses in food poisoning

  • When there is food poisoning due to fungus lavangadi Vati works excellently Because it can act against fungi like Aspergillus sp., Fusarium sp., Mucor sp., and Microsporum sp.
  • Can be used for food poisoning due to food spoilage by bacteria like L monocitogenes B cereus and S aureus.

Medicinal properties

  • Antitussive
  • Mucolytic
  • Bronchodilator
  • Antiallergic
  • Antibacterial
  • antiinflammatory

Lavangadi Vati Ingredients

Lavangadi vati contents are

LavngaSyzygium aromaticum
MarichaPiper nigrum
AkshaTerminalia bellerica
KhadiraAcacia catechu
BabublaAcacia arabica

Lavangadi Vati Dosage

It is a herbal combination formula of Ayurveda medicine 

This medicine should be consumed under medical supervision

This medicine contains 100% Natural herbs

Self-medication is not recommended.

  • This medicine is available in tablet/pill form which can be consumed in one or two tablets/pills two or three times a day before or after food
  • This medicine can be taken with plain lukewarm water
  • Different Adjuvants like warm water, Yashti madhu can be used with medicine according to the different health conditions.
  • Keep this medicine in a place where children can’t reach it. 

Lavangadi Vati Side effects

  • This medicine is considered safe for all people
  • This medicine contains 100% natural herbs or herbal extracts
  • Self-medication is not recommended
  • Consuming more than the prescribed dose may cause stomach irritation, loss of appetite, indigestion, belching and a burning sensation, nausea, and vomiting
  • If you want to consume this medicine please consult your doctor for more information and safety.
  • Store In a cool and dry place where sunlight can’t reach

Interaction with Allopathic medicines

  • Lavangadi 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, this tablet/pill 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 this medicine 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 bad 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 research data is available to prove its safety for children.
  • Please contact your doctor for more information.
  • Keep it in a place where kids can’t find it.





Patanjali Ayurved Limited [Divya]

Sri Sri etc 


It Can be used for up to 2 years from the date of manufacturing.

Research and References

Vaidyajivana Shwasa Kasa chikitsa 7, AFI. Vol 1.

  1. Standardization of marketed Ayurvedic formulation Lavangadi vati By Journal of pharmacognosy and phytochemistry.
  1. Article on various Ayurvedic medicines along with lavangadi Vati to estimate the eugenol
  1. Article on the management of chronic bronchitis using lavangadi Vati by Journal of Ayurveda and Integrated Medical Sciences


What is Lavangadi Vati used for?

It is an Ayurvedic herbal formulation used to treat various respiratory tract-related health issues like allergic rhinitis, cold, cough, Pharyngitis, Tonsillitis, asthma, mouth ulcer etc.

How to take Lavangadi vati?

Lavangadipatti is in the form of a tablet/pill form, it can be taken orally with plain water or other adjuvants which are suggested by your doctor. It can also be chewed to swallow.

When to take Lavangadi Vati?

Lavangadi Vati should be consumed by people who are having respiratory tract-related infections, it should be taken in the morning and evening or as directed by your doctor.

How long should I take Lavangadi Vati?

You can consume this medicine for up to 3 months, generally, the Common symptoms get relieved in a month, In chronic health conditions, you may take this for a long duration. please contact your doctor for more information.

Can I take Lavangadi vati in fever?

Yes, you can take this medicine for a fever. it can help to reduce the fever because of its ingredients that have fever-reducing properties.

Can a diabetic person consume Lavangadi Vati?

Yes, a diabetic person can consume this medicine, self medication is not recommended, please contact your doctor for more information.

Is Lavangadi vati good for digestion?

Yes, it is good medicine that can help to improve the digestion of a person who is having difficulty digesting and also increase the appetite.

Is Lavangadi Vati good for cold?

Yes, it is a very good natural medicine for colds and coughs.

Is Lavangadi Vati habit-forming & addictive?

No, it is not habit-forming and addictive.


Lavangadi Vati Review

Lavangadi vati has been used for many centuries to treat cold coughs and respiratory tract infections.

We have used this medicine with thousands of people who are having the same complaints. here we will provide our experience on Lavangadi vati with our patients and their feedback.

  • Many patients who were complaining of cold and cough and didn’t want to consume allopathic medicines used this medicine and got good results when used for one week.
  • Some people who were having a productive and non-productive cough and had already used many medicines and didn’t get relief consumed this medicine along with the allopathic medicines and got great results with this natural medicine.
  • People who were having sore throat[pharyngitis] After consuming this medicine for some days got positive results and they were happy that they didn’t wanted to consume chemicals.
  • People who had mouth ulcers for many days used this medicine as a Chewable tablet and got positive results without going for vitamins like Vitamin C and vitamin B complex.
  • Many patients with viral fever after consuming antibiotics for weeks and didn’t get relief when they consumed this along with the other allopathic medicines got good results.
  • We have seen many hundreds of examples where Lavangadi Vati uses have shown great results, And we will continue to use this medicine for the betterment of the people.

This article is only for educational purposes, self-medication and self-diagnosis are not recommended. Please contact your doctor for more information.

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