Other Benefits as per Ayurveda
- Naturally helps in passing the vatta-gas from the stomach and gives a comfortable feeling.
- It helps to improve the digestive fire.
- Helps to control uneasiness after heavy meals.
- Piles and Hemorrhoids
- Ama Dosha
- Worm Infestation
- Productive Cough, Asthma
- Abdominal Pain
As Per Ayurveda
The micronized powder of the herb is potentiated with decoction (bhavna) of the same herb.
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Supports rectum health.
Stimulates functioning of liver.
Ignites the digestive fire in stomach and thus increases metabolism of body.
Common & Uncommon Names
- Family Name: Piperaceae
- Botanical Name: Piper Retrofractum
- English Name: Cubeb
- Hindi Name: Chavya
Other Uncommon Names of This Herb
Sanskrit: Cavika, Assamese: Chupaan, Bengali: Chei, Gujarati: Chavka,
Chavaka, Hindi: Chavya, Kannada: Kadumenasinaballi, Kashmiri: Chavya,
Malayalam: Kattu Mulaku, Kattumulakunveru, Marathi: Chavaka, Oriya:
Chainkath, Punjabi: Chabak, Tamil: Chavyam, Chevuyam, Telugu: Chevyamu,
Urdu: Peepal Chab, Kababah.
- Rasa (Taste): Katu (Pungent)
- Guna (Characteristics): Laghu (Light), Ruksha (Un-unctuous)
- Virya (Potency): Ushna (Hot)
- Vipaka (Post Digestive Effect): Katu (Pungent)
Originally from South East Asia but also cultivated in various parts of India.
Directions for Use
Take 5 Gms (half to one teaspoon) 2 times a day Chavya Powder with water
1-2 hrs after meals. Take the first dose after breakfast. If you are mixing
with other herbs, use Chavya proportionately or consult your healthcare
Pregnant/Lactating women, children or any with Known pre-existing
condition should take under the advice of a healthcare provider.
Keep away from the reach of children.
- Nutritional diet
- Morning walk
- Peaceful mind
- Restful sleep
Foods to Favor
- Fresh fruits [pomegranate, kiwi, grapes, papaya, pineapple]
- Green vegetables [cabbage, bottle gourd, beetroot, garlic, green peas]
- Pomegranate juice
- Green tea
- Soup of black grams
- Soup of green grams
- Food rich in bitter taste
Foods to Avoid
- Fried heavy meals that take too much time for digestion.
- Rajma [kidney beans]
- Sea food
- Excessive acidic food
- Salty food
- Bakery products
- Eat a high fibrous diet.
- Drink plenty of water.
- Choose organic food.
- Eat fresh leafy vegetables.
- Avoid excessive sugary drinks or products.
- Avoid unnecessary stress or worries.
- Avoid packed food that contains oils.
Ravindran PN, Center for Medicinal Plants Research, Kerala, India.
ISBN: 9057024535. CRC Press. (2000) 1-526.
Prajapati, N.D., Purohit, S.S., Sharma, A.K..: A Handbook of
Medicinal Plants- A Complete source Book. Agrobios: India
(Jodhpur); 1st Edi., 392.
Reference Classical or Govt. Approved Books
This herb has been approved by the Department of Ayush/ Government of India
after the proper screening of scientific evidence as well as classical
reference by the GOVT REGULATORY BOARD COMMITTEE.
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prevent any Disease.