Liver & Digestive care - Constipation relief - Gallbladder support

Liver & Digestive care - Constipation relief - Gallbladder support

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Useful properties : restorative tonic with curative and protective action for liver, spleen, and gall bladder disorders and is useful for treating constipation. It is used for the prevention of many stomach diseases caused by constipation and irregular drainage of the stomach.


Dosage : one capsule 1-2 times daily or as directed by the physician
A natural way to care for your liver and digestive system, our vegan Liver & Digestive care pills contain Phyllanthus niruri (Bhumi amla), Boerhaavia diffusa (Punarnava), Plumbago indica (Chitrak), Tinospora cordifolia (Guduchi), Solanum nigrum (Makoi), Plantago ovata (Isabgol), Cassia fistula (Amaltas), Glycyrrhiza glabra (Yashtimadhu), Foeniculum vulgare (Saunf), Terminalia chebula (Harar), Terminalia belerica (Bahera),Emblica officinalis (Amla), Piper longum (Pippali), Apium leptophyllum (Ajmod).
  • ★  Phyllanthus niruri is gaining momentum because of its antiviral activity against hepatitis B virus and for other biological activities such as kidney and gallbladder stones, tuberculosis, and other viral infections; liver diseases and disorders including hepatitis, jaundice and liver cancer. In the Ayurvedic it is used in problems of stomach, liver, kidney and spleen. Its efficacy in the field of gastrointestinal disorders like dyspepsia, colic, diarrhoea, constipation and dysentery is undisputed.
  • ★  Punarnava is useful in constipation. The leaves are used for Jaundice and Liver complaints. Roots are used for diseases of the liver, kidney. It is used to treat internal inflammation of all kinds, enlargement of spleen. In Brazil, it is used to cure gallbladder problems.
  • ★  Chitrak has been used for liver problems, loose motions. They are used to treat infections and digestive problems such as dysentery. Root is useful in the disease of spleen. It augments the appetite, improves digestion, relieves constipation.
  • ★  A clinical study has shown that Guduchi plays an important role in normalization of altered liver functions.The juice of guduchi is useful in enlarged spleen.
  • ★  Makoi has been extensively used to cure liver disorders. Ayurvedic literature reveals that it has been used to cure Pleeharoga (diseases of spleen).
  • ★  Isabgol helps to relieve constipation.
  • ★  Aqueous extract of fruit pulp of C. fistula possesses significant hepatoprotective activity. It is also employed as a remedy for constipation. It can also be given in gallbladder conditions.
  • ★  Licorice is a promising candidate to prevent the progression of alcoholic liver injury. It is also useful in constipation.
  • ★  Regular intake of saunf helps in getting relief from constipation and other digestive problems. It provides relief from the problems of stomach, intestine, colon, irritable bowel syndrome, spleen, kidney and etc.
  • ★  Harar is good to increase appetite, digestive aid, liver stimulant, stomachic, gastrointestinal prokinetic agent. T. chebula increases the stools and has got property of evacuating the bowel completely demonstrated in a short term clinical trials carried out on patients with simple constipation.
  • ★  In Ayurveda, Bahera is applied in conditions including dyspepsia, diarrhea, and dysentery, inflammation of the small intestine, biliousness, flatulence, liver disease. Its fruit is helpful in spleen, gastrointestinal disorders, and clear bowels.
  • ★  Dried fruit is used for diarrhea, dysentery , Jaundice, and dyspepsia. For acute bacillary dysentery taken as syrup with lemon juice. Juice of bark mixed with honey and turmeric for gonorrhea gastritis, hepatitis, constipation, biliousness, weak point of liver and spleen, basic debility.
  • ★  Pippali has therapeutic action for Hepatic disorder, Spleen enlargement.
  • ★  Ajmod is used in the treatment of diarrhoea and stomach aches due to its strong antifungal, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory property.

     

Ingredients
Each Hpmc vegan 750 mg capsule contains
Name of Ingredient Latin Name Qnty. mg
Bhumi Amla Phyllanthus niruri 100
Punarnava Boerhaavia diffusa 100
Chitrak Plumbago indica 100
Guduchi Tinospora cordifolia 100
Makoi Solanum nigrum 100
Isbagol Plantago ovata 50
Amaltas Cassia fistula 25
Yashtimadhu Glycyrrhiza glabra 25
Saunf Foeniculum vulgare 25
Harar Terminalia chebula 25
Bahera Terminalia belerica 25
Amla Emblica officinale 25
Pippali Piper longum 25
Ajmod Apium leptophyllum 25

 

Research

  • 1. Phyllanthus niruri (Bhumi amla) :
Dr. Hakim Md. Kamruzzaman and Dr. Md. Obydul Hoq : A review on ethnomedicinal, phytochemical and pharmacological properties of Phyllanthus niruri. Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies 2016; 4(6): 173-180
2. Boerhaavia diffusa (Punarnava) :
Nayak P, Thirunavoukkarasu M. A review of the plant Boerhaavia diffusa: its chemistry, pharmacology and therapeutical potential. The Journal of Phytopharmacology 2016;5(2):83-92.
3. Plumbago indica (Chitrak) :
  • ●  N. KANCHANA1* AND A. MOHAMED SADIQ2 : HEPATOPROTECTIVE EFFECT OF PLUMBAGO ZEYLANICA ON PARACETAMOL INDUCED LIVER TOXICITY IN RATS. International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Vol 3, Issue 1, 2011.
  • ●  Nisha Sharma and Purshotam Kaushik : Medicinal, Biological and Pharmacological Aspects of Plumbago zeylanica (Linn.). Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 2014; 3(4): 117-120. 4. Tinospora cordifolia (Guduchi) :
  • ●  Avnish K. Upadhyay, Kaushal Kumar,1 Arvind Kumar,2 and Hari S. Mishra3 : Tinospora cordifolia (Willd.) Hook. f. and Thoms. (Guduchi) – validation of the Ayurvedic pharmacology through experimental and clinical studies. Int J Ayurveda Res. 2010 Apr-Jun; 1(2): 112–121. doi: 10.4103/0974-7788.64405.
  • ●  *1AK Meena, 1Arjun Singh,1P Panda, 1Sudip Mishra, 1MM Rao : Tinospora cordifolia: Its Bioactivities and Evaluation of Physicochemical Properties. International Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemical Research 2010; 2(2); 50-55
5. Solanum nigrum (Makoi) :
  • ●  Bimal Bibhuti (Advisor- Er. K. L. Bala) : Development and Physico-chemical analysis of digestive pills from Makoi (Solanum nigrum). DOI: 10.9790/2402-1008016468. IOSR Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology. .Volume 10, Issue 8 Ver. I (Aug. 2016), PP 64-68
  • ●  Chandrashekhar Jagtap1*, Rajeshree Patil2, Prajapati PK3 : BRIEF REVIEW ON THERAPEUTIC POTENTIALS OF KAKAMACHI (Solanum nigrum Linn.). Ayurpharm Int J Ayur Alli Sci., Vol.2, No.2 (2013) Pages 22 – 32 6. Plantago ovata (Isabgol) :
Anju1*, Mohammad Idris2 : A Versatile Unani Drug: Isabgol (Plantago ovata). Anju et al. Ijppr.Human, 2018; Vol. 12 (4): 76-86.
7. Cassia fistula (Amaltas) :
  • ●  Arshad H. Rahmani : Cassia fistula Linn: Potential candidate in the health management. Pharmacognosy Res. 2015 Jul-Sep; 7(3): 217–224. doi: 10.4103/0974-8490.157956.
  • ●  Dr. Manisha Sharma* 1, Dr. Jagdish Mohan Onkar2 and Dr. Omprakash Sharma3 : AN OVERVIEW OF BOTANICAL AND THERAPEUTIC ASPECTS OF ARAGVADH- [CASSIA FISTULA LINN]. wjpmr, 2019,5(3), 82-87. 8. Glycyrrhiza glabra (Yashtimadhu) :
  • ●  Jae-Chul Jung,#1 Yun-Hee Lee,#2 Sou Hyun Kim,3 Keuk-Jun Kim,4 Kyung-Mi Kim,1 Seikwan Oh,5 and Young-Suk Jungcorresponding author3 : Hepatoprotective effect of licorice, the root of Glycyrrhiza uralensis Fischer, in alcohol-induced fatty liver disease. BMC Complement Altern Med. 2016; 16: 19. Published online 2016 Jan 22. doi: 10.1186/s12906-016-0997-0.
  • ●  MR Lee1 : Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra): the journey of the sweet root from Mesopotamia to England. J R Coll Physicians Edinb 2018; 48: 378–82 | doi: 10.4997/JRCPE.2018.419. 9. Foeniculum vulgare (Saunf) :
Deepmala Verma, SukHraj Punar, Raaz K Maheshwari : Fennel : A Spice For Overall Health Welfare. Advance Research in Agriculture and Veterinary Science Volume 5 [3] May 2018: 31-37.
10.Terminalia chebula (Harar) :
Thrigulla Saketh Ram, Bandari Srinivasulu, Ala Narayana. Pragmatic Usage of Haritaki (Terminalia Chebula Retz): An Ayurvedic Perspective Vis- à -vis Current Practice. Int. J. Ayur. Pharma Research 2013; 1 (3): 72-82.
11.Terminalia belerica (Bahera) :
Manish Pal Singh*, Avneet Gupta, Siddhraj S. Sisodia : Ethno and Modern Pharmacological Profile of Baheda (Terminalia bellerica): A
Review. The Pharmaceutical and Chemical Journal, 2018,
5(1):153-162.
Swati Kumari, Dr. Mythili Krishna J, Dr. Arun B Joshi, Dr.
Shailendra
Gurav, Dr. Anant V Bhandarkar, Dr. Amit Agarwal, Dr. Deepak M and Dr. Gururaj GM : A pharmacognostic, phytochemical and pharmacological review of Terminalia bellerica. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 2017; 6(5): 368-376.

12.Emblica officinalis (Amla) :
PUSHPENDRA KUMAR JAIN1*, DEBAJYOTI DAS2, NALINI PANDEY1, PRACHI JAIN3 : TRADITIONAL INDIAN HERB EMBLICA OFFICINALIS AND ITS MEDICINAL IMPORTANCE. Innov JAyruvedic Sci, Vol 4, Issue 4, 2016, 1-15
13.Piper longum (Pippali) :
Purnendu Panda et al: Pippali - A Potent Drug Used For Hepatic Disorder W.S.R Yakritodara - A Review. International Ayurvedic Medical Journal {online} 2018 {cited October, 2018}.
14.Apium leptophyllum (Ajmod) :
Himanshu Bhusan Sahoo,a,Rakesh Sagar,b Anjan Kumar,c Amrita Bhaiji,c and Subrat Kumar Bhattamishrad : Antidiarrhoeal investigation of Apium leptophyllum(Pers.) by modulation of Na+K+ATPase, nitrous oxide and intestinal transit in rats. Biomed J. 2016 Dec; 39(6): 376–381. Published online 2016 Dec 21. doi: 10.1016/j.bj.2016.11.003.

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