What is Nirmasi (Jadwar):

If you're looking for a natural way to treat your Vata disorders, look no further than Jadwar! This classic formulation is valuable in treating gastrointestinal disorders caused by Kapha and Ama dosha.

Jadwar (Delphinium denudatum) is a herb that belongs to Ranunculaceae (buttercups) family. It is also known as Nirvisha or Nirvishi that has earned immense value in the Ayurvedic system of medicine for its potent neuroprotective and cardioprotective activities. This herbal medicine pacifies Vata disorders such as hemiplegia, facial paralysis and convulsions owing to its neuroprotective action. While it works as a digestive stimulant clearing Ama from the system and improving appetite and digestion. This classic formulation is valuable in treating gastrointestinal disorders caused due to Kapha and Ama dosha.

The term nirvisha means one that reverses the effects of poison. In traditional medicine, it is used in Vatsanabha poisoning, toxicity and snake and the spider bites. For treating animal bites (snake, insect, or spider) jadwar is given internally as well as externall.


Jadwar is an incredible herb that can be used to treat a wide range of health problems. It's a digestive stimulant that aids the secretion of digestive juices, improving appetite and digestion, while also decreasing inflammation and treating gastrointestinal woes with Kapha dominance.

While it's most commonly used to treat cardiovascular disease, heart attack, stroke and other conditions, jadwar root also helps improve blood circulation through the arteries. This improves cardiac functions and decreases levels of bad cholesterol while improving good cholesterol levels. It also diminishes the risk of cardiovascular disease by lowering levels of bad cholesterol.

Jadwar root is an effective brain tonic that improves memory, focus and attention. It is also used to treat epilepsy, hysteria, tremors, migraines and many other conditions in infants. Jadwar root has long been used as a treatment for insect bites and Vatsanabha poisoning (a condition in which toxins build up in your body).

How to use:
 Jadwar is a very powerful Ayurvedic supplement that can be taken by anyone to improve their overall health and wellbeing. The therapeutic dosage may vary from person to person depending upon the age, health condition and effect of dosha. It is always best to consult an ayurvedic doctor or practitioner, as he or she will thoroughly examine the person and prescribe the correct dosage.

The dosage of Jadwar is as follows:

  • Children     10 mg per Kg of body weight
  • Adults     500 to 1000 mg
  • Maximum Possible Dosage 2000 mg per day

In people with Vata dosha, jadwar is mixed with ghee and milk and consumed. In people with Kapha dosha, it is blended with honey and consumed. It should be taken after meals twice daily.