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<p>Useful in hysteria, epilepsy, paralysis, dysuria and other urinary disorders</p><p>Caution: To be taken under medical supervision</p>
₹ 4,420 ₹ 3,978
<p>Useful in hysteria, epilepsy, paralysis, dysuria and other urinary disorders</p><p>Caution: To be taken under medical supervision</p>
₹ 1,780 ₹ 1,602
<p>Useful in hysteria, epilepsy, paralysis, dysuria and other urinary disorders</p><p>Caution: To be taken under medical supervision</p><p>&nbsp;</p>
₹ 900 ₹ 810
<h2>About Guapha Ayurveda Yograj Guggulu</h2><p>Guapha Ayurveda Yograj Guggulu (also spelled as yogaraj guggulu and yograj guggul) is an ayurvedic guggul preparation used in pain disorders, strain, Sprain, breathing troubles, etc. In today's fast life sprain, Strain and inflammation are normal disorders .Yograj Guggulu helps in reducing stiffness, pain and swelling in joint disorders. It also used as rejuvenate supplement and supportive therapy in ayurveda for a variety of disorders.</p><h3>Ingredients of Guapha Ayurveda Yograj Guggulu</h3><ul> <li>Suddha Guggulu</li> <li>Triphala Powder</li> <li>Dried ginger (Zingiber officinale)</li> <li>Pipali (long pepper or piper longum)</li> <li>Pipali (long pepper or piper longum)</li> <li>Chavya (Piper cubeba)</li> <li>Chitrak (Plumbago zeylanica)</li> <li>Fried Hing (Asafoetida)</li> <li>Ajmod (Apium Graveolens) celery seeds</li> <li>Mustard seeds</li> <li>Black Cumin</li> <li>White cumin</li> <li>Nirgundi seeds</li> <li>Inderjo (Holarrhena Antidysenterica seeds)</li> <li>Patha (Cissampelos Pareira)</li> <li>Vidanga (Embelia ribes)</li> <li>Gajpipal (Java Long Pepper)</li> <li>Kutki (Picrorhiza kurroa)</li> <li>Atees or Ativisha (Aconitum heterophyllum)</li> <li>Bharangi (Clerodendrum serratum)</li> <li>Vacha (acorus calamus)</li> <li>Mustak&nbsp;</li> </ul><h3>Indications of Guapha Ayurveda Yograj Guggulu</h3><p>Yograj Guggulu is useful in following health conditions:-</p><h3>Anti-inflammatory</h3><ul> <li>Anti-arthritic</li> <li>Analgesic</li> <li>Antispasmodic (antispasmodic)</li> <li>Muscle relaxant</li> <li>Carminative</li> </ul><h3>Muscle, Bones &amp; Joints</h3><ul> <li>Muscle spasm</li> <li>Joint stiffnes</li> <li>Backache with stiffness</li> <li>Rheumatoid arthritis</li> <li>Osteoarthritis (mildly effective, but it may be more beneficial when patient experience heaviness and stiffness in the joints)</li> <li>Bursitis</li> <li>Fibromyalgia</li> <li>Gout (with stiffness and swelling) – It helps when taken with Giloy Decoction or Guduchi Satva</li> <li>Sciatica</li> </ul><h3>Heart &amp; Blood</h3><ul> <li>High cholesterol levels</li> </ul><h3>Lungs &amp; Airways</h3><ul> <li>Productive cough</li> <li>Asthma (main symptom chest congestion).</li> </ul><h3>Dosage of Guapha Ayurveda Yograj Guggulu</h3><ul> <li>1 – 2 tablets 2 – 3 times a day, after meal preferably with lukewarm water</li> </ul><h3>Precautions to be taken while using Guapha Ayurveda Yograj Guggulu&nbsp;</h3><ul> <li>There are no known side effects with this medicine. However it is best to use this product under medical supervision. Self medication with this medicine is discouraged.</li> <li>Very high dose than prescribed may lead to stomach irritation.</li> <li>Keep out of reach of children</li> <li>Avoid in pregnancy.</li> </ul><h3>Country of origin</h3><ul> <li>India.</li> </ul>
₹ 100 ₹ 90
<h2>About Guapha Ayurveda Yograj Guggulu</h2><p>Guapha Ayurveda Yograj Guggulu (also spelled as yogaraj guggulu and yograj guggul) is an ayurvedic guggul preparation used in pain disorders, strain, Sprain, breathing troubles, etc. In today's fast life sprain, Strain and inflammation are normal disorders .Yograj Guggulu helps in reducing stiffness, pain and swelling in joint disorders. It also used as rejuvenate supplement and supportive therapy in ayurveda for a variety of disorders.</p><h3>Ingredients of Guapha Ayurveda Yograj Guggulu</h3><ul> <li>Suddha Guggulu</li> <li>Triphala Powder</li> <li>Dried ginger (Zingiber officinale)</li> <li>Pipali (long pepper or piper longum)</li> <li>Pipali (long pepper or piper longum)</li> <li>Chavya (Piper cubeba)</li> <li>Chitrak (Plumbago zeylanica)</li> <li>Fried Hing (Asafoetida)</li> <li>Ajmod (Apium Graveolens) celery seeds</li> <li>Mustard seeds</li> <li>Black Cumin</li> <li>White cumin</li> <li>Nirgundi seeds</li> <li>Inderjo (Holarrhena Antidysenterica seeds)</li> <li>Patha (Cissampelos Pareira)</li> <li>Vidanga (Embelia ribes)</li> <li>Gajpipal (Java Long Pepper)</li> <li>Kutki (Picrorhiza kurroa)</li> <li>Atees or Ativisha (Aconitum heterophyllum)</li> <li>Bharangi (Clerodendrum serratum)</li> <li>Vacha (acorus calamus)</li> <li>Mustak&nbsp;</li> </ul><h3>Indications of Guapha Ayurveda Yograj Guggulu</h3><p>Yograj Guggulu is useful in following health conditions:-</p><h3>Anti-inflammatory</h3><ul> <li>Anti-arthritic</li> <li>Analgesic</li> <li>Antispasmodic (antispasmodic)</li> <li>Muscle relaxant</li> <li>Carminative</li> </ul><h3>Muscle, Bones &amp; Joints</h3><ul> <li>Muscle spasm</li> <li>Joint stiffnes</li> <li>Backache with stiffness</li> <li>Rheumatoid arthritis</li> <li>Osteoarthritis (mildly effective, but it may be more beneficial when patient experience heaviness and stiffness in the joints)</li> <li>Bursitis</li> <li>Fibromyalgia</li> <li>Gout (with stiffness and swelling) – It helps when taken with Giloy Decoction or Guduchi Satva</li> <li>Sciatica</li> </ul><h3>Heart &amp; Blood</h3><ul> <li>High cholesterol levels</li> </ul><h3>Lungs &amp; Airways</h3><ul> <li>Productive cough</li> <li>Asthma (main symptom chest congestion).</li> </ul><h3>Dosage of Guapha Ayurveda Yograj Guggulu</h3><ul> <li>1 – 2 tablets 2 – 3 times a day, after meal preferably with lukewarm water</li> </ul><h3>Precautions to be taken while using Guapha Ayurveda Yograj Guggulu&nbsp;</h3><ul> <li>There are no known side effects with this medicine. However it is best to use this product under medical supervision. Self medication with this medicine is discouraged.</li> <li>Very high dose than prescribed may lead to stomach irritation.</li> <li>Keep out of reach of children</li> <li>Avoid in pregnancy.</li> </ul><h3>Country of origin</h3><ul> <li>India.</li> </ul>
₹ 3,000 ₹ 2,700
<h2><strong>About Yasthimadhu Ghanvati</strong></h2><p>Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra), is a purple and white flowering perennial, native to the Mediterranean region and to central and Southwest Asia. It is cultivated widely for the sweet taproot that grows to a depth of four feet. Yasthimadhu is also called sweet root as it is sweet in taste. In Sanskrit it is called yashtimadhu - ‘yashti’ meaning ‘stem, stalk; and madhu, meaning ‘sweet’. In Hindi Liquorice is known as ‘mulethi’. The root is perennial, round, long and straight, tough and fibrous. It is grayish outside and yellowish within. And its most desirable virtues lie inside of the cortical. In India, it is cultivated widely in Punjab and the sub-Himalayan tracts.</p><p>The most active compound in Yasthimadhu is glycyrrhizin. The bark of the root contains about 4% of glycyrrhizin, potassium or calcium salt of the glycyrrhizinic acid. Glycyrrhizin is about 50 times sweeter than cane sugar. There are two types of Yasthimadhu, “standard” Yasthimadhu and “de-glycyrrhizinated” Yasthimadhu (DGL). Each type is suitable for different conditions. When glycyrrhizin is removed from Yasthimadhu, the product is called deglycyrrhizinated Yasthimadhu or DGL.</p><p>Other components present in Yasthimadhu are antioxidants such as flavonoids, saponins, coumarins, sterols, choline, triterpenoids, lignins, amino acids including asparagine, gums, biotin, folic acid, inositol, lecithin, estrogenic substances, pantothenic acid, para-aminobenzoic acid, phosphorous, pentacyclic terpenes, protein, sugar, a yellow dye, and vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6 and E. Perhaps this is the reason for the broad range of effects Yasthimadhu has on the body. Yasthimadhu contains only traces of essential oil; constituents identified include bicyclic monterpenoid ketones (fenchone, thujone) and coumarins (herniarin, umbelliferone).</p><h2>Ingredient of Yasthimadhu Ghanvati</h2><p>&nbsp;1. Yashtimadhu Phanta – a water infusion of licorice is used in Vamana Panchakarma procedure. &nbsp;</p><p>2. Ghee prepared with licorice – yashtimadhu Ghrita is used extensively in treating peptic ulcers and gastritis.&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;3. Yashtimadhu oil – is used for nasya therapy (nasal instillation) and hair application to prevent baldness, greying and to reduce hair fall.</p><h2>Indications of Yasthimadhu/ Yashtimadhu</h2><p>Traditionally, Yasthimadhu was used as a medicine rather than as a spice. The main part of the plant used in medicine is the root. This root is a demulcent and gentle relaxant, soothing to mucous irritations, and valued chiefly for its sweet taste and in masking the sharpness / pungency / taste of other remedies. Ayurveda recommends the root as beneficial in the treatment of coughs, colds, and other bronchial irritations.</p><h3>1. Helps Treat Skin Problems</h3><p>Yasthimadhu is beneficial to treat eczema, skin rashes, psoriasis, and itchy and dry skin. Studies suggest that the demulcent and anti-inflammatory agents in Yasthimadhu may decrease the signs of atopic dermatitis (eczema). Just applying a concentrated extract made from Yasthimadhu root onto the area 2 to 3 times daily can help alleviate skin problems. Yasthimadhu root extracts are widely used as a botanical agent in sunscreens.</p><h3>2. Helps Treat Respiratory Problems</h3><p>Yasthimadhu is used to treat diseases of the upper respiratory tract. Ayurveda recommends Yasthimadhu as an effective expectorant, helping to liquefy mucus and facilitate its discharge from the body. The expectorant effect of Yasthimadhu benefits people suffering from asthma or chest colds with tight coughs or difficult breathing. Yasthimadhu containing glycyrrhizin may be used for respiratory infections. For colds and respiratory afflictions, it can also be combined with fresh ginger.</p><h3>3. Relieves Acidity And Constipation</h3><p>In Ayurvedic medicine, powdered Yasthimadhu is also considered an excellent remedy for hyperacidity and constipation, and clinical tests prove that it is useful for relieving pain, discomfort and other symptoms caused by acid ubstance in the stomach. It removes the irritating effects of acids in a better way than alkalis. Furthermore, liquiritin, a flavonoid glycoside has been identified as the aglycon liquiritigenin and it is spontaneously formed when the root is dried. This is responsible for the spasmolytic effects of Yasthimadhu. It is a mild laxative, which soothes and tones the mucous membranes.</p><h3>&nbsp;4. Treats Ulcers</h3><p>Deglycyrrhizinated Yasthimadhu (DGL) is useful in treating ulcers of the digestive tract because of the flavonoids, which are not harmed by the removal of glycyrrhizin. The flavonoids have been known to kill Helicobacter pylori, the bacteria that cause most ulcers and inflammations of the stomach.</p><h3>&nbsp;5. Helps in Weight Loss</h3><p>The flavonoids in Yasthimadhu help reduce excessive fat accumulation in the body. According to a study, published in the Obesity Research and Clinical Practice journal, people who took 900 mg of Yasthimadhu flavonoid oil daily for 8 weeks experienced reductions in body fat, body weight, body mass index, and low density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels.</p><h3>6. Alleviates Menopause Problems</h3><p>Yasthimadhu shows mild estrogenic properties similar to other phytoestrogens. It can promote estrogen production and interferes with the effects of too much estrogen, especially from external sources. The phytoestrogenic action of Yasthimadhu root is useful for hormonal problems including hot flashes, exhaustion, mood swings in women who are going through menopause.</p><h3>7. Menstrual And Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) Cramps</h3><p>The anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, and estrogenic action of Yasthimadhu might assist with PMS symptoms including mood swings, breast tenderness, menstrual cramps, nausea and bloating. According to studies, drinking Yasthimadhu root as a tea each day starting about three days before one’s anticipated time of the month might help to alleviate PMS symptoms.</p><h3>8. Promotes Oral Health</h3><p>The antibacterial and antimicrobial properties of Yasthimadhu may prevent the growth of cavity-causing bacteria, reduce plaque, fight bad breath and keep the teeth and gums strong and healthy. According to a study published in the journal Anaerobe, Yasthimadhu root extract helps maintain oral health and can be beneficial when used in oral hygiene products such as toothpaste and mouthwash.</p><h3>9. Antiviral And Antibacterial</h3><p>Yasthimadhu also exhibits antibacterial and antiviral properties. The action of glycyrrhizin in Yasthimadhu is similar to hormones produced by the adrenal cortex, especially desoxycorticosterone (DOCA). Glycyrrhizin is changed in the liver to glycyrrhetinic acid. Both these compounds promote the activation of interferon, a potent, naturally produced antiviral compound. Once interferon is activated, white blood cells come into play along with the immune systems’ killer T cells that help the body fight cold viruses and herpes simplex. Yasthimadhu exhibits antibacterial properties due to its flavonoids content rather than due to glycyrrhizin.</p><h3>10. Anti-Inflammatory</h3><p>Yasthimadhu is also known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effects. This is due to the effect it has on the adrenal glands, which are responsible for producing cortisol, the body’s natural corticosteroid. Glycyrrhizin inhibits prostaglandin production, another component of the inflammatory process.</p><h3>11. Other Health Benefits</h3><p>Yasthimadhu can also be used to treat other types of inflammation such as in arthritis, allergic disorders, asthma, chronic fatigue, depression due to hormonal imbalance, emphysema, and hypoglycemia. Yasthimadhu root, particularly deglycyrrhized Yasthimadhu, can be a useful adjunct to antibiotic treatment because it accelerates the healing of the stomach lining.</p><h2>Dosage&nbsp;</h2><p>Take 1 - 2 tablets twice a day with water.</p><h2>Precautions</h2><p>Yasthimadhu is beneficial for health in several ways. But one of the drawbacks of Yasthimadhu is that it may cause peripheral edema (fluid retention) due to the retention of sodium with a loss of potassium, which disappears when Yasthimadhu is stopped. This can cause high blood pressure.However for people with Addison’s disease this is exactly the type of effect needed. In Addison’s disease, the body collects sodium and promotes water loss leading to a serious imbalance of sodium, potassium, and other minerals and water. Consumption of plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables to increase potassium intake is recommended to help decrease the chance of side effects.</p><p>Long-term (more than two to three weeks) intake of products containing more than 1 gram of glycyrrhizin, i.e., the amount contained in approximately 10 grams of root, daily is the usual amount required to cause these effects. Consumption of 7 grams Yasthimadhu, which approximately contains 500 mg glycyrrhizin, per day for seven days, has been shown to decrease serum testosterone levels in healthy men by blocking enzymes needed to synthesize testosterone. As a result of these possible side effects, long-term intake of high levels of glycyrrhizin is discouraged, and should only be undertaken if prescribed by a qualified healthcare professional.&nbsp;</p><p>Yasthimadhu is contraindicated in pregnant women as well as in people with heart disease, liver and kidney disorders. De-glycyrrhizinated Yasthimadhu extracts do not cause these side effects because there is no glycyrrhizin in them. Yasthimadhu is not recommended for pregnant women as it may cause miscarriage or early delivery. Due to insufficient research and evidence, the National Institute of Health recommends avoiding the use of Yasthimadhu during breastfeeding. Always consult with your doctor before taking any herbal medicines.</p>
₹ 150 ₹ 135
<h2><strong>About Yasthimadhu Ghanvati</strong></h2><p>Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra), is a purple and white flowering perennial, native to the Mediterranean region and to central and Southwest Asia. It is cultivated widely for the sweet taproot that grows to a depth of four feet. Yasthimadhu is also called sweet root as it is sweet in taste. In Sanskrit it is called yashtimadhu - ‘yashti’ meaning ‘stem, stalk; and madhu, meaning ‘sweet’. In Hindi Liquorice is known as ‘mulethi’. The root is perennial, round, long and straight, tough and fibrous. It is grayish outside and yellowish within. And its most desirable virtues lie inside of the cortical. In India, it is cultivated widely in Punjab and the sub-Himalayan tracts.</p><p>The most active compound in Yasthimadhu is glycyrrhizin. The bark of the root contains about 4% of glycyrrhizin, potassium or calcium salt of the glycyrrhizinic acid. Glycyrrhizin is about 50 times sweeter than cane sugar. There are two types of Yasthimadhu, “standard” Yasthimadhu and “de-glycyrrhizinated” Yasthimadhu (DGL). Each type is suitable for different conditions. When glycyrrhizin is removed from Yasthimadhu, the product is called deglycyrrhizinated Yasthimadhu or DGL.</p><p>Other components present in Yasthimadhu are antioxidants such as flavonoids, saponins, coumarins, sterols, choline, triterpenoids, lignins, amino acids including asparagine, gums, biotin, folic acid, inositol, lecithin, estrogenic substances, pantothenic acid, para-aminobenzoic acid, phosphorous, pentacyclic terpenes, protein, sugar, a yellow dye, and vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6 and E. Perhaps this is the reason for the broad range of effects Yasthimadhu has on the body. Yasthimadhu contains only traces of essential oil; constituents identified include bicyclic monterpenoid ketones (fenchone, thujone) and coumarins (herniarin, umbelliferone).</p><h2>Ingredient of Yasthimadhu Ghanvati</h2><p>&nbsp;1. Yashtimadhu Phanta – a water infusion of licorice is used in Vamana Panchakarma procedure. &nbsp;</p><p>2. Ghee prepared with licorice – yashtimadhu Ghrita is used extensively in treating peptic ulcers and gastritis.&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;3. Yashtimadhu oil – is used for nasya therapy (nasal instillation) and hair application to prevent baldness, greying and to reduce hair fall.</p><h2>Indications of Yasthimadhu/ Yashtimadhu</h2><p>Traditionally, Yasthimadhu was used as a medicine rather than as a spice. The main part of the plant used in medicine is the root. This root is a demulcent and gentle relaxant, soothing to mucous irritations, and valued chiefly for its sweet taste and in masking the sharpness / pungency / taste of other remedies. Ayurveda recommends the root as beneficial in the treatment of coughs, colds, and other bronchial irritations.</p><h3>1. Helps Treat Skin Problems</h3><p>Yasthimadhu is beneficial to treat eczema, skin rashes, psoriasis, and itchy and dry skin. Studies suggest that the demulcent and anti-inflammatory agents in Yasthimadhu may decrease the signs of atopic dermatitis (eczema). Just applying a concentrated extract made from Yasthimadhu root onto the area 2 to 3 times daily can help alleviate skin problems. Yasthimadhu root extracts are widely used as a botanical agent in sunscreens.</p><h3>2. Helps Treat Respiratory Problems</h3><p>Yasthimadhu is used to treat diseases of the upper respiratory tract. Ayurveda recommends Yasthimadhu as an effective expectorant, helping to liquefy mucus and facilitate its discharge from the body. The expectorant effect of Yasthimadhu benefits people suffering from asthma or chest colds with tight coughs or difficult breathing. Yasthimadhu containing glycyrrhizin may be used for respiratory infections. For colds and respiratory afflictions, it can also be combined with fresh ginger.</p><h3>3. Relieves Acidity And Constipation</h3><p>In Ayurvedic medicine, powdered Yasthimadhu is also considered an excellent remedy for hyperacidity and constipation, and clinical tests prove that it is useful for relieving pain, discomfort and other symptoms caused by acid ubstance in the stomach. It removes the irritating effects of acids in a better way than alkalis. Furthermore, liquiritin, a flavonoid glycoside has been identified as the aglycon liquiritigenin and it is spontaneously formed when the root is dried. This is responsible for the spasmolytic effects of Yasthimadhu. It is a mild laxative, which soothes and tones the mucous membranes.</p><h3>&nbsp;4. Treats Ulcers</h3><p>Deglycyrrhizinated Yasthimadhu (DGL) is useful in treating ulcers of the digestive tract because of the flavonoids, which are not harmed by the removal of glycyrrhizin. The flavonoids have been known to kill Helicobacter pylori, the bacteria that cause most ulcers and inflammations of the stomach.</p><h3>&nbsp;5. Helps in Weight Loss</h3><p>The flavonoids in Yasthimadhu help reduce excessive fat accumulation in the body. According to a study, published in the Obesity Research and Clinical Practice journal, people who took 900 mg of Yasthimadhu flavonoid oil daily for 8 weeks experienced reductions in body fat, body weight, body mass index, and low density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels.</p><h3>6. Alleviates Menopause Problems</h3><p>Yasthimadhu shows mild estrogenic properties similar to other phytoestrogens. It can promote estrogen production and interferes with the effects of too much estrogen, especially from external sources. The phytoestrogenic action of Yasthimadhu root is useful for hormonal problems including hot flashes, exhaustion, mood swings in women who are going through menopause.</p><h3>7. Menstrual And Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) Cramps</h3><p>The anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, and estrogenic action of Yasthimadhu might assist with PMS symptoms including mood swings, breast tenderness, menstrual cramps, nausea and bloating. According to studies, drinking Yasthimadhu root as a tea each day starting about three days before one’s anticipated time of the month might help to alleviate PMS symptoms.</p><h3>8. Promotes Oral Health</h3><p>The antibacterial and antimicrobial properties of Yasthimadhu may prevent the growth of cavity-causing bacteria, reduce plaque, fight bad breath and keep the teeth and gums strong and healthy. According to a study published in the journal Anaerobe, Yasthimadhu root extract helps maintain oral health and can be beneficial when used in oral hygiene products such as toothpaste and mouthwash.</p><h3>9. Antiviral And Antibacterial</h3><p>Yasthimadhu also exhibits antibacterial and antiviral properties. The action of glycyrrhizin in Yasthimadhu is similar to hormones produced by the adrenal cortex, especially desoxycorticosterone (DOCA). Glycyrrhizin is changed in the liver to glycyrrhetinic acid. Both these compounds promote the activation of interferon, a potent, naturally produced antiviral compound. Once interferon is activated, white blood cells come into play along with the immune systems’ killer T cells that help the body fight cold viruses and herpes simplex. Yasthimadhu exhibits antibacterial properties due to its flavonoids content rather than due to glycyrrhizin.</p><h3>10. Anti-Inflammatory</h3><p>Yasthimadhu is also known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effects. This is due to the effect it has on the adrenal glands, which are responsible for producing cortisol, the body’s natural corticosteroid. Glycyrrhizin inhibits prostaglandin production, another component of the inflammatory process.</p><h3>11. Other Health Benefits</h3><p>Yasthimadhu can also be used to treat other types of inflammation such as in arthritis, allergic disorders, asthma, chronic fatigue, depression due to hormonal imbalance, emphysema, and hypoglycemia. Yasthimadhu root, particularly deglycyrrhized Yasthimadhu, can be a useful adjunct to antibiotic treatment because it accelerates the healing of the stomach lining.</p><h2>Dosage&nbsp;</h2><p>Take 1 - 2 tablets twice a day with water.</p><h2>Precautions</h2><p>Yasthimadhu is beneficial for health in several ways. But one of the drawbacks of Yasthimadhu is that it may cause peripheral edema (fluid retention) due to the retention of sodium with a loss of potassium, which disappears when Yasthimadhu is stopped. This can cause high blood pressure.However for people with Addison’s disease this is exactly the type of effect needed. In Addison’s disease, the body collects sodium and promotes water loss leading to a serious imbalance of sodium, potassium, and other minerals and water. Consumption of plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables to increase potassium intake is recommended to help decrease the chance of side effects.</p><p>Long-term (more than two to three weeks) intake of products containing more than 1 gram of glycyrrhizin, i.e., the amount contained in approximately 10 grams of root, daily is the usual amount required to cause these effects. Consumption of 7 grams Yasthimadhu, which approximately contains 500 mg glycyrrhizin, per day for seven days, has been shown to decrease serum testosterone levels in healthy men by blocking enzymes needed to synthesize testosterone. As a result of these possible side effects, long-term intake of high levels of glycyrrhizin is discouraged, and should only be undertaken if prescribed by a qualified healthcare professional.&nbsp;</p><p>Yasthimadhu is contraindicated in pregnant women as well as in people with heart disease, liver and kidney disorders. De-glycyrrhizinated Yasthimadhu extracts do not cause these side effects because there is no glycyrrhizin in them. Yasthimadhu is not recommended for pregnant women as it may cause miscarriage or early delivery. Due to insufficient research and evidence, the National Institute of Health recommends avoiding the use of Yasthimadhu during breastfeeding. Always consult with your doctor before taking any herbal medicines.</p>
₹ 2,700 ₹ 2,430
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<p style="font-size: 13px;">Useful in all fevers, indigestion, enlargement of spleen, debility, diabetes, jaundice, anaemia, dyspepsia and cough.</p><p style="font-size: 13px;">Caution: To be taken under medical supervision</p>
₹ 5,545 ₹ 4,991
<h2>About Nagarjun Vatari Guggulu</h2><p>We keep up the best expectations of QUALITY and our Products will meet important internal &amp; Pharmacopoeal Standards and the legal necessities. We fabricate and showcase various Quality Ayurvedic Products that are helpful for lives of patients. We are devoting and focusing on the individuals by giving Safe, Effective and Affordable Quality Ayurvedic Medicines, for their better personal satisfaction and helping them for typical cheerful and dynamic life. Nagarjun Vatari Guggulu is an extremely acclaimed Ayurvedic remedy which is utilized in various ailments. It has intense rejuvenative property. It ought to consistently be taken under clinician supervision.</p><h3>Indication of Nagarjun Vatari Guggulu</h3><ul> <li>Rheumatoid arthritis</li> <li>Hip pain</li> <li>Sciatica</li> <li>Gout</li> <li>Joint pain</li> <li>Burning sensation</li> <li>Degenerative diseases.</li> </ul><h3>Dosage of Nagarjun Vatari Guggulu</h3><ul> <li>Take 1-2 tablet twice or thrice a day after meal or as directed by physician.</li> </ul><h3>Precaution while using Nagarjun Vatari Guggulu</h3><ul> <li>Use under clinical guidance.</li> <li>Try not to exceed the recommended dose.</li> <li>Keep away from the reach of children.</li> <li>Read the directions carefully while using the product.</li> <li>Keep the product in a cool and dry place away from sunlight and heat.</li> </ul><h3>Additional Information regarding Nagarjun Vatari Guggulu</h3><ul> <li>100% Genuine Product</li> <li>Results may vary with lifestyle and diet adopted.</li> <li>Pregnant and lactating ladies ought to counsel their primary care physician before taking any medicine or wellbeing supplement.</li> <li>Depending on the lighting and screen resolution, the shade of the item may marginally fluctuate.</li> </ul><h3>Country of origin</h3><ul> <li>India.</li> </ul>
₹ 100 ₹ 90
<h2>About Nagarjun Vatari Guggulu</h2><p>We keep up the best expectations of QUALITY and our Products will meet important internal &amp; Pharmacopoeal Standards and the legal necessities. We fabricate and showcase various Quality Ayurvedic Products that are helpful for lives of patients. We are devoting and focusing on the individuals by giving Safe, Effective and Affordable Quality Ayurvedic Medicines, for their better personal satisfaction and helping them for typical cheerful and dynamic life. Nagarjun Vatari Guggulu is an extremely acclaimed Ayurvedic remedy which is utilized in various ailments. It has intense rejuvenative property. It ought to consistently be taken under clinician supervision.</p><h3>Indication of Nagarjun Vatari Guggulu</h3><ul> <li>Rheumatoid arthritis</li> <li>Hip pain</li> <li>Sciatica</li> <li>Gout</li> <li>Joint pain</li> <li>Burning sensation</li> <li>Degenerative diseases.</li> </ul><h3>Dosage of Nagarjun Vatari Guggulu</h3><ul> <li>Take 1-2 tablet twice or thrice a day after meal or as directed by physician.</li> </ul><h3>Precaution while using Nagarjun Vatari Guggulu</h3><ul> <li>Use under clinical guidance.</li> <li>Try not to exceed the recommended dose.</li> <li>Keep away from the reach of children.</li> <li>Read the directions carefully while using the product.</li> <li>Keep the product in a cool and dry place away from sunlight and heat.</li> </ul><h3>Additional Information regarding Nagarjun Vatari Guggulu</h3><ul> <li>100% Genuine Product</li> <li>Results may vary with lifestyle and diet adopted.</li> <li>Pregnant and lactating ladies ought to counsel their primary care physician before taking any medicine or wellbeing supplement.</li> <li>Depending on the lighting and screen resolution, the shade of the item may marginally fluctuate.</li> </ul><h3>Country of origin</h3><ul> <li>India.</li> </ul>
₹ 3,000 ₹ 2,700
<p><strong>About Vasakamadhu and Origin</strong></p><p>Vasaka/ Adulsa or Malabar nut is a medicinal plant native to India. It scientific name is Adhatoda Vasica. It is a useful plant to cure various diseases and especially respiratory infections. The parts (stem, flower, leaves) of this plant has expectorant activity that helps to loosen cough of airways. The leaves contain several alkaloids and two main alkaloid are vasicine and vasicinone.&nbsp;Vasicine also shows strong respiratory stimulant activity. Vasa is excellent in respiratory infection. In respiratory ailments, the fresh juice of its leaves can be used in dosage of 1-2 teaspoons. In larger doses it causes vomiting.</p><h3><strong>Indications of Vasaka in respiratory infections</strong></h3><ul> <li>Here are given remedies that can be done at home to cure respiratory illness such as cough, asthma, bronchitis etc.</li> <li>Chronic Bronchitis, Asthma and Tuberculosis-Crush the leaves of Vasaka and extract the juice. Take one teaspoonful of this juice to cure chronic bronchitis, asthma and tuberculosis.</li> <li>Bronchitis due to lack of appetite and poor digestion-Crush the leaves of Vasaka and extract the juice. Mix this juice with ginger juice and honey. Take empty stomach in the morning.</li> <li>Cough-Take 7 leaves of Vasaka. Wash under running tap water to remove dirt. Boil in water. Filter the water and add honey. Drink few times a day.</li> <li>Take water in a earthen pot and soak 4-5 leaves of Vasaka and roots of Kantkari Solanum Xanthocarpum. Drink this water in small amount throughout the day.</li> <li>Chronic Wheezing (whistling sound while breathing)-Take 1 tsp each of Vasaka leaves juice, Haritaki and raisins. Boil in 2 cups of water, till volume reduces to half. Filter the solution, add honey and drink hot thrice a day after food.</li> <li>Fever due to cough/phlegm</li> <li>Take few leaves of Vasaka. Wash and clean all dirt. Crush and soak in a glass of water for 2-3 hours. Drink 15-30 ml of this infusion, thrice a day.</li> <li>Extract 1 cup of vasaka leaves juice. Cook in thick base pan till juice becomes paste. Take this paste (1/2 tsp) with honey.</li> </ul><h3><strong>Dosage</strong></h3><p>1-2 tsp twice or thrice a day after meal&nbsp;</p><h3><strong>Precautions</strong></h3><p>1. Keep out of reach of children.2. Store in a dry cool places.3. Do take doctor consultation in case of pregnancy and lactation.&nbsp;</p>
₹ 130 ₹ 117
<p><strong>About Vasakamadhu and Origin</strong></p><p>Vasaka/ Adulsa or Malabar nut is a medicinal plant native to India. It scientific name is Adhatoda Vasica. It is a useful plant to cure various diseases and especially respiratory infections. The parts (stem, flower, leaves) of this plant has expectorant activity that helps to loosen cough of airways. The leaves contain several alkaloids and two main alkaloid are vasicine and vasicinone.&nbsp;Vasicine also shows strong respiratory stimulant activity. Vasa is excellent in respiratory infection. In respiratory ailments, the fresh juice of its leaves can be used in dosage of 1-2 teaspoons. In larger doses it causes vomiting.</p><h3><strong>Indications of Vasaka in respiratory infections</strong></h3><ul> <li>Here are given remedies that can be done at home to cure respiratory illness such as cough, asthma, bronchitis etc.</li> <li>Chronic Bronchitis, Asthma and Tuberculosis-Crush the leaves of Vasaka and extract the juice. Take one teaspoonful of this juice to cure chronic bronchitis, asthma and tuberculosis.</li> <li>Bronchitis due to lack of appetite and poor digestion-Crush the leaves of Vasaka and extract the juice. Mix this juice with ginger juice and honey. Take empty stomach in the morning.</li> <li>Cough-Take 7 leaves of Vasaka. Wash under running tap water to remove dirt. Boil in water. Filter the water and add honey. Drink few times a day.</li> <li>Take water in a earthen pot and soak 4-5 leaves of Vasaka and roots of Kantkari Solanum Xanthocarpum. Drink this water in small amount throughout the day.</li> <li>Chronic Wheezing (whistling sound while breathing)-Take 1 tsp each of Vasaka leaves juice, Haritaki and raisins. Boil in 2 cups of water, till volume reduces to half. Filter the solution, add honey and drink hot thrice a day after food.</li> <li>Fever due to cough/phlegm</li> <li>Take few leaves of Vasaka. Wash and clean all dirt. Crush and soak in a glass of water for 2-3 hours. Drink 15-30 ml of this infusion, thrice a day.</li> <li>Extract 1 cup of vasaka leaves juice. Cook in thick base pan till juice becomes paste. Take this paste (1/2 tsp) with honey.</li> </ul><h3><strong>Dosage</strong></h3><p>1-2 tsp twice or thrice a day after meal&nbsp;</p><h3><strong>Precautions</strong></h3><p>1. Keep out of reach of children.2. Store in a dry cool places.3. Do take doctor consultation in case of pregnancy and lactation.&nbsp;</p>
₹ 70 ₹ 63
<h2>About Vasant Kusumakar Ras</h2><p>Vasant Kusumakar Ras is a herbal formulation that can help with urinary issues and high blood sugar levels. It is well-known for its effectiveness in normalising and stabilising blood glucose levels in people with diabetes.</p><h2>Ingredietns of Vasant Kusumakar Ras</h2><ul> <li>Suvarna Bhasma</li> <li>Roupya Bhasma</li> <li>Vanga Bhasma</li> <li>Naga Bhasma</li> <li>Kantaloha Bhasma</li> <li>Abhraka Bhasma</li> <li>Pravala Bhasma</li> </ul><h2>Benefits of Vasant Kusumakar Ras</h2><ul> <li>Diabetes Mellitus</li> <li>Leucorrhoea</li> <li>Cardiac disorders</li> <li>Respiratory disorders and Sexual debility</li> </ul><h2>How to use Vasant Kusumakar Ras</h2><p>Take 1 to 2 tablets twice a day with honey or milk, or as directed by your Ayurvedic doctor.</p><h2>Additional Information</h2><ul> <li>Keep cool and dry, away from direct sunlight</li> <li>Do not exceed the suggested dosage</li> <li>Keep out of children's reach</li> <li>Before using, carefully read the label</li> </ul>
₹ 2,920 ₹ 2,628
<h2>About Vasant Kusumakar Ras</h2><p>Vasant Kusumakar Ras is a herbal formulation that can help with urinary issues and high blood sugar levels. It is well-known for its effectiveness in normalising and stabilising blood glucose levels in people with diabetes.</p><h2>Ingredietns of Vasant Kusumakar Ras</h2><ul> <li>Suvarna Bhasma</li> <li>Roupya Bhasma</li> <li>Vanga Bhasma</li> <li>Naga Bhasma</li> <li>Kantaloha Bhasma</li> <li>Abhraka Bhasma</li> <li>Pravala Bhasma</li> </ul><h2>Benefits of Vasant Kusumakar Ras</h2><ul> <li>Diabetes Mellitus</li> <li>Leucorrhoea</li> <li>Cardiac disorders</li> <li>Respiratory disorders and Sexual debility</li> </ul><h2>How to use Vasant Kusumakar Ras</h2><p>Take 1 to 2 tablets twice a day with honey or milk, or as directed by your Ayurvedic doctor.</p><h2>Additional Information</h2><ul> <li>Keep cool and dry, away from direct sunlight</li> <li>Do not exceed the suggested dosage</li> <li>Keep out of children's reach</li> <li>Before using, carefully read the label</li> </ul>
₹ 1,180 ₹ 1,062
<h2>About Vasant Kusumakar Ras</h2><p>Vasant Kusumakar Ras is a herbal formulation that can help with urinary issues and high blood sugar levels. It is well-known for its effectiveness in normalising and stabilising blood glucose levels in people with diabetes.</p><h2>Ingredietns of Vasant Kusumakar Ras</h2><ul> <li>Suvarna Bhasma</li> <li>Roupya Bhasma</li> <li>Vanga Bhasma</li> <li>Naga Bhasma</li> <li>Kantaloha Bhasma</li> <li>Abhraka Bhasma</li> <li>Pravala Bhasma</li> </ul><h2>Benefits of Vasant Kusumakar Ras</h2><ul> <li>Diabetes Mellitus</li> <li>Leucorrhoea</li> <li>Cardiac disorders</li> <li>Respiratory disorders and Sexual debility</li> </ul><h2>How to use Vasant Kusumakar Ras</h2><p>Take 1 to 2 tablets twice a day with honey or milk, or as directed by your Ayurvedic doctor.</p><h2>Additional Information</h2><ul> <li>Keep cool and dry, away from direct sunlight</li> <li>Do not exceed the suggested dosage</li> <li>Keep out of children's reach</li> <li>Before using, carefully read the label</li> </ul>
₹ 600 ₹ 540
<p>Useful in respiratory problems, dry cough, wet cough, breathlessness, asthma</p><p>Caution: To be taken under medical supervision</p>
₹ 100 ₹ 90
<p>Useful in respiratory problems, dry cough, wet cough, breathlessness, asthma</p><p>Caution: To be taken under medical supervision</p>
₹ 1,800 ₹ 1,620
<h2>About Varunadi Kashaya</h2><p>Varanadi kashayam is an Ayurvedic liquid herbal medicine used in the treatment of headache, obesity and low digestion strength. It is also known as Varunadi Kwath.</p><h2>Varunadi Kashaya Ingredients&nbsp;</h2><ul> <li>Varana Crataeva religiosa)</li> <li>Sairyaka (Strobilanthes ciliatus)</li> <li>Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus)</li> <li>Dahana (Plumbago zeylanica)</li> <li>Morata (Chenomorpha fragrans)</li> <li>Bilwa (Aegle marmelos)</li> <li>Vishanika (Aristolochia bracteolate)</li> <li>Brihati (Solanum melongena)</li> <li>Bhadra (Aerua lanata)</li> <li>Karanja (Pongamia glabra)</li> <li>Pootikaranja (Holoptelia integrifolia)</li> <li>Jaya (Premna corymbosa)</li> <li>Pathya (Terminalia chebula)</li> <li>Bahalapallava (Moringa olifera / drum stick)</li> <li>Darbha (Desmostachya bipinnata)</li> <li>Rujakara (Semicarpus anacardium</li> </ul><h2>Medicinal properties of Varanadi Kashayam&nbsp;</h2><ul> <li>Diuretic</li> <li>Uricostatic (inhibits uric acid production)</li> <li>Anti-lithogenic (inhibits stone formation in kidneys)</li> <li>Anti-obesity</li> <li>Antipruritic</li> <li>Antibacterial</li> <li>Antimicrobial</li> </ul><h2>Therapeutic Indications of Varanadi Kashayam</h2><h3>Heart &amp; Blood</h3><ul> <li>High cholesterol levels</li> <li>Atherosclerosis</li> </ul><h3>Lungs &amp; Airways</h3><ul> <li>Breathing troubles in obese people or Obesity hypoventilation syndrome</li> <li>Asthma (chest congestion)</li> </ul><h3>Digestive Health</h3><ul> <li>Hepatitis</li> <li>Loss of appetite</li> <li>Indigestion</li> <li>Gas</li> <li>Bloating</li> <li>Abdominal distension</li> <li>Fatty liver</li> </ul><h3>Muscle, Bones &amp; Joints</h3><ul> <li>Rheumatoid arthritis</li> </ul><h3>Skin Diseases</h3><ul> <li>Wounds</li> <li>Itching</li> <li>Eczema</li> </ul><h3>Women Health</h3><ul> <li>Pelvic inflammatory disease</li> </ul><h3>Men Health</h3><ul> <li>Prostate enlargement</li> </ul><h3>Others</h3><ul> <li>Obesity (central obesity or excess belly fat)</li> <li>External abscess and internal abscess</li> <li>Oedema</li> <li>Lassitude or sleeping sicknes</li> </ul><h2>Benefits &amp; Medicinal Uses of Varanadi Kashayam&nbsp;</h2><h3>Obesity (Weight Loss)</h3><p>Varanadi Kashayam is drug of choice for losing weight in ayurveda. It increases metabolic rate and helps burning fat fast. Unlike Guggul, it may not have affect on natural death of fat cells, but it influence burning of fats and treats malabsorption syndrome. Theoretically, Varanadi Kashayam should increase the appetite, but practically it does not occur in all cases. Some patients reported initially increase in their appetite and suppression of appetite after a week of its use. Initial increase in appetite may be due to its effect on metabolism and digestion in the body.</p><h3>Headache</h3><p>Lower dosage of Varanadi Kashayam can help almost all types of headache. We found it more effective in headache with dull pain and heaviness in the head. In other cases, Pathyadi Kwath and Itrifal Ustukhuddus are more beneficial.</p><h3>High cholesterol levels &amp; Atherosclerosis</h3><p>Varanadi Kashayam works on KAPHA humour. According to ayurveda, Atherosclerosis and High cholesterol levels develop due to excess intake of KAPHA foods. Varanadi Kashayam reduces cholesterol and triglycerides. It also stops atherosclerotic process by arresting the plaque accumulation and reducing inflammation of the blood vessels. In fact, low-grade inflammation of the blood vessels is main cause of developing atherosclerosis. Thus, it also helps preventing coronary artery disease and arteriosclerotic vascular disease (ASVD or Atherosclerosis).</p><h3>Asthma with congestion and excess mucus production</h3><p>You should note that Varanadi Kashayam would not work in breathing troubles in which excess sputum production is not involved. In asthma or breathing troubles where excess sputum is main concern, Varanadi Kashayam is very effective in such cases.</p><h3>Breathlessness due to obesity</h3><p>Varanadi Kashayam reduces fats and KAPHA element in the body, which provides ease in breathing. Along with Varanadi Kashayam, one should also do exercises to strengthen the respiratory muscles and reducing fats quickly. Heavy exercises are not suitable in such conditions, so you can start with light exercises, which you can do easily and then slowly increases exercise intensity.</p><h3>Fatty liver</h3><p>Fatty liver syndrome is related to the obesity in most cases. With the similar reasons explained above, Varanadi Kashayam reduces the fats from the liver and improves liver functions. It is also helpful in hepatitis, jaundice, alcoholic hepatitis and loss of appetite due to liver disorders.</p><h2>Dosage of Varanadi Kashayam</h2><ul> <li>10 – 20 ml,Twice a day</li> </ul><h2>Side Effects of Varanadi Kashayam</h2><p>Varanadi Kashayam is POSSIBLY SAFE &amp; WELL-TOLERATED in most people. The unwise and unsupervised use can result in following side effects.</p><ul> <li>Mouth ulcer (very common)</li> <li>Dry mouth (common)</li> <li>Heartburn (common and occurs with heavy dosage)</li> <li>Loss of appetite (however, Varanadi Kashayam increases appetite, but appetite loss occurs in people with gastritis and ulcer or heat disorders)</li> <li>Excessive thirst</li> </ul>
₹ 125 ₹ 113
<p>Useful in kindney disorders, urinary tract infections, kidney stone removal.</p><p>Caution: To be taken under medical supervision</p>
₹ 120 ₹ 108
<p>Useful in kindney disorders, urinary tract infections, kidney stone removal.</p><p>Caution: To be taken under medical supervision</p>
₹ 2,160 ₹ 1,944