Sharangdhar Pachak Vati
|Packaging Size||120 Tablet|
Net Content :120 Tablet
Each tablet contains: Shunthi (Zingiber officinale), Chitrak (Plumbago zeylancia), Hingu (Ferula narthex), Sajji-kshar, Shankha Bhasma and Shuddha Gandhak 45mg. each, Sauvarchal 60 mg., Amalaki (Emblica officinalis) 120mg., Binders and Excipients q.s.
Disease is a result of poor digestion. In fact, the root cause of common ailments like cold and cough to major diseases like arthritis and diabetes is low digestive power. It is important to completely digest the food we eat. If that does not happen, the undigested food starts rotting and gives rise to health problems like acidity and gases. This causes lethargy, restlessness and lack of energy, which when extended for a prolonged period becomes a chronic disorder. Pachak Vati improves the digestive power of the body, which in turn, produces the required digestive juices, thereby helping us assimilate the food we eat. This enhances the quality of the blood, muscle, fat, bone, nerves and cells. Thus, Pachak Vati is a basic therapy in Ayurveda that aids digestion.
2 tabs twice a day for 4 months
Sharangdhar Sukhasarak Vati
|Packaging Size||80 Tablet|
Each Tablet contains: Indravaruni (Citrullus colocynthis) 100mg., Haritaki (Terminalia Chebula) 200mg., Shuddha Gandhak 10mg., Binders and Excipients q.s.
Best natural laxative.Secretion of bile in the liver aids the natural process of bowel movement. Ailments like constipation and irregular or incomplete bowel movement crop up when bile secretion decreases, thus leading to feelings of discomfort and lethargy. Many medicines in the market contain components that enhance bowel movement. If you take these medicines for a prolonged period, the natural ability of the bowels to expand and constrict is lost and you get habituated to it. This can weaken the bowels over time and result in other diseases. Sukhasarak Vati enables the smooth passage of bile and helps in bowel movement, so that your system remains clean.
1-2 tabs at bed time or as desired by the physician. (Not for children below 10 years and pregnant women)