Sanjivani Vati Uses and a Completely Detailed Review

Sanjivani Vati is an Ayurvedic medicine in the form of a tablet or pill mainly used to Remove Ama [endotoxins] and treat indigestion, Gastroenteritis, dyspepsia, etc. It is also called Sanjeevani Gutika, Sanjivani Gutika, Sanjeevani Vati, and Amrit Sanjivani. In this article, we will cover Sanjeevani Vati’s uses, benefits, dosage, side effects, ingredients, and a complete, detailed review.

  • Are you suffering from indigestion, abnormally low appetite, and low capacity for digestion? then you should read this article completely so that you can know the uses and benefits of Sanjeevani Vati and what you are really missing out on to improve your digestive health.
  • Here we will share our experience with Sanjeevani Vati, how we have gotten positive results by using this medicine on thousands of people, and the feedback we got from them.

What is Sanjivani Vati?

Sanjivani Vati is an Ayurvedic herbal formulation That mainly helps to burn the accumulated ama, or endotoxins. When these endotoxins are present in the human body, they reduce the digestive fire And block the channels in our body, which may cause various health issues.

Sanjivani Vati Uses

In our regular clinical practice, we have seen the use of Sanjeevani Vati in these health conditions.

  • Low digestive capacity,
  • Fever
  • Indigestion
  • Snakebite
  • Gangrene
  • Dyspepsia
  • Diarrhoea
  • Vomiting 
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

Sanjivani Vati Benefit

Typhoid fever

  • In Ayurveda, Typhoid fever is considered Vishama jwara and may be understood as Irregular and hard-to-treat fever.
  • Here, Sanjeevani Vati works fantastically by reducing the Arma present in the Intestine.
  • According to modern medical science, Sanjivani Vati may have an anti-inflammatory effect against Typhoid bacteria
  • It has to reduce the fever and pain in the stomach, which are symptoms of typhoid.
  • Ayurveda doctors suggest consuming Sanjivani Vati with honey to see the best results


  • The main action of Sanjivani Vati is to remove Endotoxins present in the body.
  • It detoxifies free radicals present in the body and makes the body clean. More research is available to prove these facts.

Digestive Health

  • Sanjivani Vati contains many ingredients that are specifically potent to increase the digit’s capacity.
  • People who have low appetites get benefited because of their Deepana and pachana quality
  • It has to balance the digestive juices. If there is scarcity, it increases the digestive juices, and if there is more than required, it reduces and balances them.
  • It helps to get rid of waste products present in the stomach and gut and allows the body to absorb more nutrients.


  • In Diabetic patients who have dry gangrene, Sanjeevani Vati may be beneficial.
  • It helps to remove the dead and decayed cells When applied Dashanga lepa and orally taken Sanjeevani gutika.
  • More research studies are needed to prove this
  • This is not a recommendation for patients with gangrene; please consult a doctor for more information


  • Sanjivani Gutika helps speed up the healing process of snake bites; that’s why it is named Sanjeevani.
  • It has antivenom properties, which help reduce the risk and rapidly reduce the symptoms of snake bites
  • It helps to heal insect bites and animal bites as well.


It has to protect against bacterial and viral infections in many ways.

It is also used in different kinds of wounds with Ama present in them.


It has carminative properties because of the presence of Vacha, Vidanga, Ginger, and pippali, which help reduce recurrent flatulence.


Sanjeevani Vati contains Pipli as it is one of the ingredients that has an  anthelmintic property and helps to get rid of worm infestations.

Respiratory health

  • It has the property of balancing the abnormal kapha
  • So it may help to relieve cough, mucus, and Easy breathing by clearing the air passages.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

  • Sanjeevani Vati is beneficial for people who are having joint pains because of the presence of Ama at the joint, Which is also known as amavata [arthritis].
  • It relieves the Ama and helps the person reduce joint pains in arthritis

Sanjivani Vati Ingredients

Sanjeevani Vati’s contents are as follows:


Sanjivani Vati Dosage

It is an herbal combination formula of Ayurvedic medicine 

This medicine should be consumed under medical supervision

This medicine contains strong herbs like Bhallataka and Vatsanabha

Self-medication is not recommended.

  • Sanjivani vati is available in tablet or pill form and can be consumed two or three times a day before or after food
  • Children: 2 mg per kg of body weight
  • Adults: 125 mg [1-3 tablets]
  • Elderly: 125mg [1 tablet]


  • Digestive Problems: 1 tablet 1 or 2 times a day
  • Gastroenteritis: 2 tablets, one or two times a day
  • Snakebite: 3 tablets, one or two times a day
  • Chronic fever: 4 tablets, one or two times 

These are the traditional doses that are prescribed for a specific health condition.

  • This medicine can be taken with plain water
  • Different adjuvants, like water and Ginger juice, can be used with medicine according to the different health conditions.
  • Keep this medicine in a place where children can’t reach it. 

Sanjivani Vati Side Effects:

  • This medicine is considered safe for all people
  • Self-medication is not recommended
  • Consuming more than the prescribed dose may cause stomach irritation, poisonous effects, 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

  • Sanjivani vati tablet 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 tablet or pill 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.
  • 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 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.




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

Research and References

  1. A case study of management of Dry Gangrene with Sanjivani Vati, Kishore guggulu and the Dashanga lepa by National Library of Medicine
  1. Article on Mode of action of Sanjeevani Vati
  1. Scientific review on Sanjivani Vati’s pharmacological actions and therapeutic indications
  1. Study on Sanjivani Vati’s efficacy for snake venom poisoning


What is Sanjivani Vati used for?

Sanjeevani Vati is used for the treatment of dyspepsia, anorexia, low digestive capacity, rheumatoid arthritis, indigestion and many other digestive problems

How do I take Sanjivani Vati?

Sanjeevani Vati is in the form of a tablet or pill that can be swallowed orally with water or Ginger juice at the dose prescribed by your doctor.

When should I take Sanjivani Vati?

You can consume this medicine in the morning and evening after food, as directed by your doctor. Avoid consuming this in the afternoon.

What are the side effects of Sanjivani Vati?

There are no such complications in consuming the Sanjeevani Vati
Consuming more than the prescribed dosage may cause stomach irritation, a burning sensation in the stomach, belching, and poisonous effects.

How long should I consume Sanjivani Vati?

Sanjeevani Vati should be taken only under strict medical supervision; the duration is decided by the doctor depending on the person’s health condition and strength.


Sanjivani Vati Review

Sanjivani Vati is an Ayurvedic medicine that has been used for many centuries. We have also used this medicine on thousands of people. In this review, we will share our experience with this medicine and the feedback we have gotten from our patients.

  • People who were having diarrhoea and not getting a cure when this medicine was administered got positive results
  • Those who were having Gastroenteritis in the summer after consuming this medicine for the prescribed duration of time got great results without consuming antibiotics or modern synthetic medicines.
  • Many people complain that they can’t eat as much as they wish to, after going through a course with this medicine, they have gotten great results and are able to eat as much as possible.
  • In many Rheumatoid arthritis patients before starting the main treatment A seven-day treatment with Sanjeevani Vati, which has the capacity to detoxify the toxins in the body, helped to treat Rheumatoid arthritis much better.
  • There are hundreds of examples of Sanjeevani Vati’s benefits, here we can say one thing: people who get treatment with Sanjeevani Vati will definitely get positive results If taken under the Health Care provider’s supervision.

 This article is only for educational purposes; we don’t recommend self-medication or self-diagnosis. Please consult your doctor for more information.

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