Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu Uses and a Completely Detailed Review

Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu is an Ayurvedic Herbal formulation in the form of ghee. It is used in the treatment of skin diseases, mainly dry types. In this article, we will provide authentic facts about Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu’s uses, benefits, ingredients, dose, side effects, precautions to take, and a complete, detailed review so that you can decide whether to consume it or not.

Are you suffering from skin problems for many days and not getting any cure? Have you already tried lots of remedies and treatments and not gotten any good results? then you should read this article completely so that you can get the benefit of this medicine.

We have used this medicine with many patients and have seen tremendous results. In this article, we will share our experience and the feedback that we have gotten from our patients about this medicine. Then let’s start this article.

What is Pancha Ghrita Guggulu?

Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu is an Ayurvedic medicine prepared by using five bitter test herbs and ghee as its base. It is a very trustworthy medicine to treat skin problems that are dry in nature.

It has been used for many centuries in Ayurveda treatments for various uses like Psoriasis, Bone degeneration and Weak [brittle] bones.

It is used for Panchakarma in a procedure called snehana, Which means oleation, which is a starter procedure for Panchakarma.

It is a very versatile medicine that is used along with many ayurvedic medicines to treat various diseases.

Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu Uses

  1. In Panchakarma for Oleation
  2. Psoriasis
  3. Eczema
  4. Skin dryness
  5. Bone degeneration
  6. Osteoporosis 
  7. Osteoarthritis
  8. To improve digestion
  9. In Pitta disorders, to cool the inflamed part of the body
  10. To cure Vata Kapha predominant skin disorders
  11. Purifies blood
  12. For acne and rashes
  13. Helps to improve Eye site and eye-related issues
  14. Glaucoma 
  15. Conjunctivitis 
  16. Anorexia
  17. Flatulence
  18. Polyurea
  19. Intoxication
  20. Cervical Lymphadenitis and Lymphadenopathy 
  21. Tuberculosis
  22. Asthma
  23. Sinusitis 
  24. Abscess
  25. Anorectal diseases
  26. Fistula

Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu’s Benefits

  • It is beneficial in purifying the blood and removing toxins from the body 
  • Beneficial for an easy Bowel movement by improving digestion
  • It helps stimulate the liver naturally
  • It is effective for healing wounds like abscesses.
  • It is beneficial for Balancing all three doshas of the body.

Panchatikta Ghruta Guggulu properties

  • Neuroprotective Effects
  • Antirheumatic  activity
  • Acts as a natural analgesic.
  • Anti-tumour and anti-cancerous activity
  • It has adaptogenic properties to handle stress and anxiety
  • Haematinic actions 
  • Acts as carminative
  • Antimutagenic property
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti pruritic
  • Cardioprotective activity
  • anti-ulcerogenic property

Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu Ingredients

Panchatikta ghrita guggulu’s composition is as below:

Contents with their Scientific Name

Effect on Tridosha

It helps to come all the three doshas: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha

Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu Dosage

It is an herbal combination formula of Ayurvedic medicine 

This medicine should be consumed under medical supervision

This medicine contains ghee as base

Self-medication is not recommended.

  • This medicine is available in Liquid form and can be consumed in half a teaspoon one or two times a day before or after food
  • This medicine can be taken with plain water
  • Different adjuvants, like water and other ayurvedic medicines, are used according to the different health conditions.
  • Keep this medicine in a place where children can’t reach it. 

Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu Side Effects:

  • This medicine is considered safe for most people
  • This medicine contains herbally processed Ghee
  • Self-medication is not recommended
  • Consuming more than the prescribed dose may cause giddiness, loss of appetite, indigestion, belching, weakness, heaviness in the head, nausea, and vomiting.
  • People with High blood pressure, diabetes, and High cholesterol levels should take precautions
  • 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

  • Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu doesn’t interact with allopathic medicines
  • Some medicinal herbs may interact with synthetic compounds in allopathic medicines, so consult a doctor for their suggestions.
  • It is recommended to take this medicine under the supervision 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 it can be considered safe with them.

Interaction with the Health supplements

  • Generally, this is considered 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. Self-medication is strictly avoided
  • 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 for your safety.

For Kids:

  • This medicine is generally not used 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.


Arya vaidya shala


Maharshi Ayurveda





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

Research and references

Ashtanga Hridaya Chikitsa Sthana 21/57-60

  1. Article on the management of osteoarthritis with Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu by PubMed
  2. Article on the study of Antimicrobial activity of Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu in the International Journal of Ayurveda and Pharma Research
  3. Article on the study of critical evaluation of Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu’s anti-osteoporotic effects by PubMed
  4. Report on the management of Eczema patients with Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu by International Journal of Health and complementary medicines
  5. Article on the management of lumbar Spondylitis using Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu by Researchgate


What is Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu used for?

It is used for the treatment of skin disorders, improving bone strength, curing wounds, and inflammations in PPanchakarma,etc

How do I take Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu?

It is mainly made of medicinal Herbs and ghee; you can take it orally with a spoon. Consume this medicine according to the dosage suggested by your doctor.

When should I take Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu?

You can consume this medicine for skin diseases and other indications that we have already mentioned in this article
You can take this medicine in the morning and evening before or after food at the dose suggested by your doctor.

Can I take Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu for Psoriasis?

Yes, you can take this medicine for psoriasis, It can give you great benefits. Please consult a doctor to learn more about this medicine. Self-medication is not recommended.

Is Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu beneficial for post-menopausal osteoporosis?

Yes, it is beneficial in women for the post-menopausal osteoporosis process; it helps by decreasing the degeneration of bones and increasing the calcium deposition into the bones, Which increases the bone mineral density.

Can a diabetic patient consume Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu?

Yes, a diabetic patient can consume this medicine, but taking precautions is mandatory, and please consult your doctor for safety purposes.

How long can I take Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu?

It depends upon the health condition of the patient; if the disease is cured, you can stop the medicine, but if it is needed for more days, you can continue. Consulting your doctor will be a wise choice

Can people with high blood pressure take Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu?

It doesn’t harm people with high blood pressure; more research is needed in this regard.

Who should avoid Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu?

People with high levels of cholesterol and hypertension who also have high levels of blood sugar should avoid this medicine. You can consult a doctor and get an opinion on whether it is suitable for you or not.


Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu Review

Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu has been used for many centuries by Ayurvedic medicine practitioners. We have used this medicine with thousands of patients, and here we will share Our experience and our patients feedback.

  • People with joint pains for many years after consuming this medicine with other medicines related to arthritis, osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid Arthritis got great results by taking this medicine for a prescribed duration of time with medical supervision.
  • People who have had Psoriasis for many days and have taken treatment with lots of different medicines got positive results after consuming this medicine with a particular set of medicines that are used to treat psoriasis.
  • Eczema patients who were not getting cured when consuming this medicine for a certain advised duration of time got positive results.
  • Many people who are having digestion problems have improved their digestion and other problems after consuming this medicine.
  • This medicine can be used with various other medicines and can give great results by adapting to them. Consuming only Panchatikta Ghrita Guggulu will not be as effective as a combination of ayurvedic medicines.

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

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