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Chiretta Health Benefits, Properties, and Uses

Chiretta

Properties: Anti-viral, Antiglycemic (Antidiabetic), Anthelmintic, Anti-asthmatic

What is Chiretta?

Chiretta is a herb native the Himalayas in Nepal and India. Its botanical name is Swertia chirata and it is often referred to simply as chirata. Chiretta comes from the Gentianaceae family, which includes hundreds of species of flowering plants.1,2

The chiretta plant grows up to 3 feet tall and produces yellow flowers. Chiretta was introduced to Europe in the 1800s and now is now recognized as a natural herbal remedy. In traditional Ayurvedic medicine, healers use the whole chiretta plant to prepare a tonic used to treat an array of medical conditions. It’s also taken in tea or infusion form made from dried plant parts.1,2

Chiretta Health Uses and Health Benefits

The primary chiretta health benefits are for healing a variety of digestive problems. Chiretta has natural cleansing properties, which make it an excellent remedy for detoxifying the intestines and healing worms and parasitic infections. Chiretta uses also include helping to treat constipation, diarrhea, stomach cramps, intestinal gas and can also help stimulate appetite.1,2 

Chiretta tonics are also taken for liver detoxification to heal liver diseases and improve with weight loss. It can also be taken to help manage diabetes by controlling blood sugar levels. With natural anti-inflammatory health benefits, chiretta is used to help reduce swelling and inflammation in the joints and muscles. It can be taken for sciatica and arthritis.1,2

Other chiretta uses for health include:

  • Healing skin wounds
  • Reducing anxiety
  • Stopping convulsions
  • Preventing malaria

References

  1. http://www.digherbs.com/chiretta.html
  2. http://allayush.com/2017/05/04/medicinal-uses-health-benefits-swertia-chirata/ 

CuresDecoded worldwide community recommends Chiretta for:

Acid Reflux Effective
Indigestion Effective
Acne Effective
Malaria Effective

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