Even today with modern technology, diseases like typhoid, malaria, and jaundice are the challenge to western medical practitioners but thousands of years ago Indian Ayurvedic physicians had developed a formula to treat and cure these challenging diseases with a unique mixture of locally available herbs.


Sudarshana Churna is a multipurpose ayurvedic formulation. It is mostly used to treat all types of fever. The Churna or powder is a mix of many different anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and immunity-boosting herbs. In India, for thousands of years, Sudarshana Churna has been used successfully in the treatment of malaria.


Kirata Tikta, a potent anti-viral, and anti-microbial herb is the major ingredient of Sudarshana Churna. Other ingredients in Sudarshana Churna include ginger, turmeric, guduchi, triphala, pepper, piper longum, kachuram and many other herbs with antipyretic and immunomodulatory properties.


A study in 2008, titled “Evaluation of Antimicrobial Potential of Sudarshan Churna: A Polyherbal Formulation” published in the Iranian Journal of Pharmacology and Therapeutics has confirmed the positive impact of Sudarshana Churna in nullifying various bacteria and microbes.



It treats fever by increasing perspiration. The toxins in the body are pushed out along with heat through the sweat glands on consuming this powder.


Sudarshana Churna also works as a diuretic and increases urination. The presence of this property means this Churna has also been prescribed to people with kidney disorders.


The mixture of multiple wonder herbs makes Sudarshana a very powerful medicine, which will clear the channels (strotas) of any toxins. It can also protect the human system from foreign bodies and also has antioxidant properties.




Historically, Sudarshana Churna is used to treat all types of fever. Even if the root cause of fever could not be identified Sudarshana Churna has helped patients recover for thousands of years.


It helps clear the toxins and blockages in the respiratory panel thus are useful in breathing-related illnesses.


It is used to treat headaches, loss of appetite and other difficulties linked with fever.


Sudarshana Churna is also useful in the treatment of parasitic diseases like Malaria and Jaundice.


It is a diuretic and is recommended in Liver diseases for its ability to flush out toxins from the body.


In Ayurveda, Ama is the undigested food residue due to improper digestion that is left in the body. Sudarshana Churna digests ama and thus relieves the body of its toxic effects.




Two to four grams of Sudarshana Churna is mixed with lukewarm water to prepare a decoction and consumed three times a day for quick recovery.


For children, it is advised to take 500 milligrams to two grams with lukewarm water once or twice a day.


The maximum recommended dosage by physicians is normally 12 grams/day in separate dosages with 4 to 5 hours gap in-between.


Sudarshana Churna is safe to treat fever in children, pregnant and lactating women. However, it might not always work as a standalone drug and hence it is always best to consult a physician to get your personalized dosage and supplementary medicines.


The Churna has a bitter taste and people who are not comfortable with bitter taste might have nauseating and vomiting sensations temporarily. This is a temporary effect and will go away in five minutes.



  • Detoxification
  • Typhoid
  • Fever
  • Common cold
  • Malaria
  • Alcoholic Liver Disorders
  • Jaundice
  • Respiratory illness
  • Diuretic
  • Anemia



Sudarshana Churna is available in Ayurcentral stores all over Bangalore. To buy this product online  


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