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Pitta Key Herbs

MRP  449 (Inclusive of all taxes)

Quantity: (100GM)

The Pitta dosha is a unique combination of fire and water elements. Those with a dominant Pitta constitution tend to be headstrong, impulsive, and intense. They are usually driven and focused. However, excess Pitta can cause the body to overheat and cause irritability and anger. Physical manifestations include inflammation, digestive issues, rashes, and fevers. Amrutam’s Pitta Key Herbs help balance the Pitta dosha.

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How To Use

  • Mix one teaspoon of Amrutam’s Pitta Key Herbs in water and consume once or twice a day, or as directed by a physician. 
  • It should be consumed every morning on an empty stomach.
  • Mix it with Amrutam’s Gulkand for best results.
  • Apart from Pitta Herbs, Amrutam’s Zeo Malt, Amrutam Gulkand and Skinkey Malt are brilliant recipes that can be extremely beneficial for Pitta dominant people.


  • Amrutam’s Pitta Key Herbs is a 100% Ayurvedic method to normalize digestion, metabolism, and energy production in the body.
  • A balanced Pitta ensures a steady body temperature. 
  • It helps soothe hot tempers and irritable moods.
  • Further, it reverses ailments caused by excess heat in the body like acidity and heartburn.

Additional information

Weight 0.100 g
Dimensions 18 × 13 × 10 cm

3 reviews for Pitta Key Herbs

  1. Ritu jain

    Need full information of all products may be any booklet or by phone

  2. Ankita C


    I would recommend to consult a physician and find out your dosh and intake this . Helps in calming down the mind and relaxes it.

  3. Bandana (verified owner)

    I could not identify its effectiveness. I am consuming for more than 6 months. But no negative side effects.

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Pitta Key Herbs contain

Brahmi, Bhringraj, Nag kesar, Punarnava, Amla, Jatamansi, Arjun, Neem, Sanay, Amaltas, Jeera, Ela, Moringa, Haritaki, Jamun Ghutli, Gulab, Rakt Chandan,
Ber, Kaalmegh, Marodphali, Anaardana and Kala namak

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