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Herbal Remedies for water retention

There are effective herbal remedies for water retention, reduce swelling and generalized edema described in Ayurveda- the ancient healthcare system of India. These herbal remedies not only help getting rid of edema but also provide general strength to the body unlink other diuretics. They also work as natural diuretics. Out of various herbal remedies for water retention, the punarnava mandur tablets are the most effective ones especially for water retention and general weakness.

Punarnava is a plant known as "hogweed" or Boerhavia diffusa and literally means rejuvenating or making everything new again. It helps to clear out the toxins as well giving a feeling of freshness and lightness in the body.

Punarnava Mandur - Water Retention Herbal Remedy

Punarnava mandur tablets are a perfect combination of various herbal remedies for water retention and to reduce swelling all over the body. It is a best herbal remedy to reduce swelling around joints, swelling in the feet, reduce fluid accumulation in the feet. It is also a natural herbal remedy for ascites due to liver failure or kidney failure.

The details about the ingredients of punarnava mandur is explained below:

Punarnava mandur tablets are classical ayurvedic tablets for many health conditions. It is an excellent herbal remedy to improve blood count, improve blood quality, remove toxins from the blood, help in decreasing urea/creatinine, cholesterol and other toxins. These are natural diuretic tablets and useful for water retention. Punarnava Mandur helps in ascits, renal failure, liver failure, fluid accumulation, swelling, puffy eyes, glaucoma, anemia, fatty liver and many other problems related with accumulation of fluid in the body tissues.

  1. Boerhaavia diffusa: It is a creeper plant known as hogweed and grows almost everywhere in plains. The roots of this plant are nature’s best diuretic and reduce swelling and accumulated fluid in the body. It is also natural anti-inflammatory and used as a traditional remedy for edema, jaundice, anemia, ascites, kidney failure, congestive heart failure, varicose veins, obesity, enlarged spleen, anti-stress. This is an effective herbal remedy for water retention due to any reasons. It is used successfully as natural treatment of water retention and generalized swelling  in the body.
  2. Zingiber officinale: Ginger is an excellent digestive stimulant and carminative, and is useful for dyspepsia, nausea and colic. Ginger is digestive and helps to digest the toxins in the body. According to Ayurveda,the accumulated toxins are known as “ama” or the retained fluid in the body is full of toxins known as ama. Ginger helps to digest the Ama or endotoxins. Ginger also helps to reduce cholesterol and useful for heart problems. It is also natural anti-inflammatory agent and helps to reduce joint pains and swelling around joints. Ginger also helps in getting rid of fluid accumulation and water retention due to any reasons.
  3. Piper longum: Long pepper is a powerful rejuvenating herb described in ancient healthcare system of India. It is stimulant for both digestive and respiratory systems. It dispels gas from the intestines and also useful in many respiratory disorders like allergies, asthma, cough, bronchitis. It helps reducing inflammation especially around joints and reduces swelling and fluid accumulation. It is also very useful herbal remedy for water retention.
  4. Piper nigrum: Black pepper is useful as a digestive stimulant and carminative. It also aids in alleviating pain. It is a good herbal remedy to reduce swelling and inflammation. It is also a very good natural diuretic and is as useful as other herbal remedies for water retention mentioned above.
  5. Embelia ribes: It is also a small herb like black pepper. It is also known as vidang in ancient Sanskrit language. Traditionally, it is used for treating intestinal worms, skin problems, flatulence, cough, gas, colic, constipation, edema, fluid retention and general weakness. It is a very good herbal remedy for water retention.
  6. Plumbago zeylanica: The root of this plant is used in traditional healing. It is used as an appetite stimulate and digestive for ama. It is useful as a carminative and diaphoretic. It helps a lot in digestive disorders. It is known as chitrak in Ayurveda and Chitrak also reduces inflammation, swelling and reduce fluid accumulation and an effective natural way to get rid of water retention.
  7. Terminalia chebula:The fruit of this tree are used and it helps to increase appetite. It is a good digestive stimulant, liver stimulant and stomachic having mild laxative properties. It is useful in treating Ascites, accumulated fluid in the body. It is useful in constipation and works as an effective natural remedy for water retention.
  8. Emblica officinalis: Popularly known as amla fruit. This fruit has nature’s maximum vitamin C content and is known in ayurveda for its anti-aging properties.
    It is a strong immunity enhancer, anti-aging herbal remedy and useful in hyperacidity, jaundice and fluid accumulation. Regular use of Amla fruit prevents recurrent infections. This also helps in water retention due to any reasons.
  9. Curcuma longa: it has anti-bacterial properties. It is useful as a blood purifier and useful in diseases like common cold, leprosy, and diseases of the liver, inflammation and useful for wound healing. It is also useful in treating cancer and jaundice.It helps to reduce swelling, pedal edema and helps to get rid of excessive fluid accumulation.
  10. Piper chaba: It is anti-microbial, analgesic, anti-inflammatory, diuretic and anti –diarrheal. It is also useful as a digestive stimulant and carminative. it is also a natural diuretic and helps to reduce swelling and generalized edema.
  11. Mandoor bhasma: It is prepared by purifying and calcinating iron rust. Since it is purified and used in mild dosage and mixed with other herbs, it is safe to have it. Acts as a powerful haematinic- useful in anemia and weakness, diuretic and useful in treating diseases like edema, anemia, amenorrhea, dysmenorrhea, menorrhagia, intestinal worms, dyspepsia, chronic bowel movements, water retention, ascites and jaundice. It is most useful in liver diseases and also in kidney disease and enlargement of spleen. It not only removes toxins from the blood but also help to reduce edema, swelling around joints, fluid accumulation in the feet, heart and other parts of the body. It quickly helps to get rid of water retention due to any reasons.

Punarnava Mandur contains all the above described ingredients and are processed together to make a combination of herbal remedies for water retention, general weakness, liver and kidney problems, accumulation of toxins, ascites, digestive disorders and obesity.


2 tablets twice daily with plain water.

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Contraindications, Cautions, Safety

Punarnava Mandur tablets can be taken without harm for long term as they do not have any side effects. Punarnava Mandur tablets can be taken with any other medicines which are already being taken. They just supplement the medicines. The dosage can be reduced of the diuretics as and when required basis as this also helps to reduce fluid accumulation. The doctor can also reduce the dosage depending upon the condition. They are also good for anemia.


What is Water retention?

When the body is not able to excrete or get rid of enough water, it is called water retention. The fluid retention in the body can cause swollen or puffy ankles, face or hands or shortness of breath. There can be several causes of water retention.

There are many reasons for water retention but few major reasons are described below:

  • Too much salt consumption: Sodium has a tendency to retain water in the body. This leads to fluid retention. Over consumption of salt are the commonest reasons for fluid retention. The water retention problem goes away if the salt intake is decreased. A good diet should be followed and salt intake should be lowered to clear the edema.
  • Gravity: Sitting or standing for long periods in one posture especially for people who are overweight leads to pooling of the fluid in the lower parts of the body i.e. legs. The feet are swollen and the pooling leads to edema. The edema goes away if the posture is changed or the person lies down.
  • Water retention due to Burns or Sunburn: Severe skin injury or superficial burns can cause water retention. When burn injuries occur, the skin reacts by retaining fluid and this causes localized swelling.
  • Fluid retention due to PMS or Premenstrual Syndrome Edema: Women are prone to water retention due to fluctuation of hormone levels. Low levels of progesterone just a week before menstruation can lead to fluid retention. Even abnormal fluctuations in blood sugar levels can also lead to edema and water retention. When your blood breaks down progesterone in the run-up to menstruation, the kidneys are told to retain water and sodium. As well as this, a water-retaining compound (an anti-diuretic hormone) may be secreted, which causes more water to be retained. Therefore diuretic treatment alone is not good for edema caused by PMS.
  • Edema due to contraceptives: Birth control pills which contain estrogen can lead to fluid retention in some cases. These pills are also responsible for abnormal weight gain in females.
  • Water retention during pregnancy: The hormonal fluctuation during pregnancy encourages the body to retain excess fluid. Pregnant women also have a tendency to retain significant amount of sodium and water because some of it is needed by the fetus and placenta. The symptoms of water retention in are swelling in face, hands, lower legs and feet.
  • Menopause and Water retention: Water retention can be very discomforting during perimenopause or post menopause. The water retention can also cause bloating and edema all over the body. Hormone fluctuations and estrogen replacement therapy are the two major reasons for water retention.
  • Nutritional Deficiencies: Low or inadequate intake of vitamin B1 (Thiamine) is another reason for fluid retention. Vitamins B6 and B5 also assist fluid dispersal. Low levels of protein (albumin) in the bloodstream may also cause edema.
  • Edema due to Medication Side Effect: Water retention and edema can also be caused by some drugs for blood pressure and steroids or Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS)

Prolonged Medical Conditions and Water retention

There can be many underlying medical reasons for water retention.

Some common reasons for water retention are:

  1. Chronic Venous Insufficiency: Weak valves in veins of lower legs fail to return blood to heart if they are insufficient to do it. The pooling of the blood can lead to varicose veins. This can also lead to deep vein thrombosis because of accumulation or fluid retention in lower extremities for long period of time. The swelling can be in one leg or both the legs.
  2. Kidney failure and water retention: End stage renal disease or kidney failure due to any reasons can cause swelling in the legs and puffiness around eyes. This leads to increased pressure in the blood vessels, caused by kidney failure. The kidneys then are unable to excrete excess sodium from the body leading to further water retention and edema
  3. Water Retention due to Heart Failure (Congestive Heart Failure: Weak ventricular contraction or congestive heart failure (Pump Failure) is caused by prolonged and chronic blood pressure. Congestive heart failure is also one of the major reasons for water retention. If the heart muscle is not able to pump effectively, the body compensates by retaining fluid and increasing the volume of blood. This causes congestion of the veins, enlargement of the liver, and the accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity (Ascites) and in subcutaneous tissues, causing swelling in the legs. Typically, right heart failure, leads to swelling in the legs and abdomen, while left heart failure causes edema in the lungs, or pulmonary edema, leading to shortness of breath. This water retention causes a lot of problems and needs to clear off immediately.
  4. Water Retention due to Liver Disease - Cirrhosis: Liver Cirrhosis causes liver congestion leading to increased pressure in liver’s blood vessels, which causes water retention and ascites. The other symptoms of water retention are  swelling in the abdomen, and in the feet or, if the patient is lying down most of the day, edema in the lower back.
  5. Malignant Lymphedema: Malignant lymphedema occurs if the cancerous tumors block the lymphatic system causing water retention and edema due to it.
  6. Hypthyroidism and edema: Sluggish thyroid gland is also one of the top reasons for water retention and body edema. The hypothyroidism is usually treated with thyroxine.
  7. Arthritis edema: The edema due to swelling in the joints Arthritic joints may swell with fluid, causing localized edema.
  8. Allergic Reactions: Allergic reactions may also cause localized edema or general edema to people who are susceptible to allergic reactions to particular allergens. Sometimes the reaction is so severe that it needs immediate medical care ( in anaphylaxis). Though this type of edema may be short lived but it can be life threatening.



Mutra - krich - antak Churna

Mutrakrichantak Churna is a safe and effective combination of kidney supporting herbs used in Ayurveda since 5000 B.C. for painful urinary conditions. It is useful in kidney stones, urinary tract infections, high uric acid and blood urea levels. These herbs act together in a synergistic manner and are effective in urinary tract infections, ureteric stones, and painful micturition. The powder can be safely used in chronic kidney failure and in dialysis patients. It acts as a diuretic while providing natural anti-oxidants and nutrition to the body. Varun and Apamarg are wonderful treatment for prostate enlargement Tribulus is famous for it's nutritive function and Shirish is considered in Ayurveda as best anti allergic. Boerrhavia diffusa acts as diuretic with 5 Grassroots.

Herbs in Mutra-Krich-Antak Churna

Mutrakrichantak is purely a herbal formulation without any chemicals added into it. The ingredients are frequently used in Ayurvedic system of medicine since 5,000 B.C.without any side effects.

Dosage : 3 to 6 gm herbs powder ( 1 teaspoonful twice daily )

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Uses of our herbal remedies for Kidney Failure

  1. Kidney failure
  2. Kidney Stones
  3. Nephrotic Syndrome
  4. Nephritis
  5. Dialysis
  6. Diabetic Nephropathy
  7. Urethral Strictures,
  8. Urinary Tract Infections
  9. Acute or Chronic Renal Failure
  10. Increased Urea and Creatinine



  1. Mutrakrichantak Churna: 1 tablespoonful twice daily, with plain water, after meals or boil 10 gm powder in 400 ml water, boil it untill the water remains 50 ml, consume twice daily. Make fresh everytime.
  2. Rencure Formula: 2 Capsules twice daily, after meals, with plain water
  3. Punarnava Mandur: 2 tablets twice daily , after meals with plain water
  4. Varunadi Vati: 2 tablets twice daily , after meals with plain water

All the produts can be taken together, along with the ongoing dialysis and other medications.

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