PARTHADYARISHTAM- Benefits, Ingredients, Indications, Dosage, Usage, Preparation, Side effects, Equivalent Medicines, Research Papers

Parthadyarishtam is an Ayurvedic liquid medicine, used as herbal heart tonic.

BENEFITS OF Parthadyarishtam

  • Good source of minerals
  • Helps to increase the strength and complexion of the skin.
  • Provides strength and nourishment to the body

INDICATIONS OF Parthadyarishtam

  • Cardiovascular problems
  • Mild hypertension
  • Anaemia Useful in heart diseases  and anemia.

INGREDIENTS OF Parthadyarishtam

Each 100 ml contains:

Ingredients of Kashaya dravya

1Arjuna BarkTerminalia ArjunaBark5 kg
2MunnakkaVitis Vinifera 2.5kg
3Mahua FlowersMadhuca Indica 1 kg
1Jaggery5 kg 
2DhatakiWoodfordia Fruticosa1 kg
3Water 48lit

Method of Preparation

The first three ingredients are taken in coarse powder form and decoction is prepared with 48 litres of water till it is reduced to ¼ of its actual content. The mixture is transferred into a mud pot. The jaggery and Dhataki  flowers are added for the fermentation and mixed well. The mud pot is sealed properly and kept undisturbed for one month for fermentation process. After one month this mixture is filtered and used accordingly.

Points to be noted


The flowers of this herb are used as a backbone of asava and arishta preparations because the flowers act as fermenting agent hence required   to induce fermentation.

DOSE WITH USAGE OF Parthadyarishtam

12 -24 ML, once or twice daily, recommended usually after food. If required it can be mixed with equal quantity of water. Best time to take after food. For better results, use  under  the  supervision of a qualified Ayurveda doctor, will deliver best cure for different ailments.

EXERCISE AND YOGA FOR Parthadyarishtam

Aerobic activity such as walking, swimming, light jogging or biking.

Utthita Trikonasana

Pincha Mayurasana



In diet include, Asparagus, beans, peas, Berries ,Dark chocolate, Fish high in omega 3 plus.

Research paper on Parthadyarishtam

Standardization of Arjunarishta Formulation by TLC Method by Himmat Singh, Swatantra Kumar Mishra and Dr. Milind Pande, published in IJPS Review and Research.

 Vol: 2 Issue on May – June 2010.


Bhaishajya ratnavali 33/75 – 77,  Hrudroga Adhikara.

 (Bhaishajya Ratnavali is a Sanskrit text written by Kaviraj Govinda Das Sen in 18th Century). This book contains formulations of Ayurveda and preparations methods.

BRANDS available of Parthadyarishtam

Kottakkal Arya Vaidyasala

AVP Coimbatore

Kerala Ayurveda

Santhigiri Ayurveda Vaidyasala

Vaidyaratnam Oushadhsala

Nagarjuna Herbal Concentrates


No known side effects , use under medical supervision.

It is safe to use this medicine in lower dose, in children above 5 years of age.


Parthadyarishtam is a cardio tonic properties such as nourishing and strengthening heart muscles, promoting cardiac functioning by regulating blood pressure and cholesterol.   More  over, helps to improves strength and helps to cleanse intestines.


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