Amla (Indian Gooseberry) known herb for its rejuvenating properties. It is a fiber-rich fruit that aids healthy bowel movement by keeping the gastrointestinal tract clean. It helps to strengthen the digestive system and improves the body’s ability to absorb nutrients. The sour and bitter taste of Amla activates the taste receptors, making the digestive enzymes active. Amla works well to provide relief in gastritis, heartburn, acidity etc. Cooling and laxative properties of Amla are very beneficial for treating diarrhea. Additionally being a natural laxative it helps to clear the accumulated matter from the intestinal tract and thus relieves the constipation.
Haritaki (Chebulic Myrobalan) considered to be an effective tonic for the digestive system. It works well on the digestive system and improves the digestion power. Laxative properties of this herb detoxify the digestive system by clearing all the wastes and toxic substances. It helps in curing digestive disorders like constipation and irritable bowel syndrome. The gallic acid found in Haritaki also helps to prevent the stomach infection and also eliminate intestinal worms. This digestive herb helps to resolve the various problems like make the intestinal movements go smooth, relieve the constipation, and prevents gas formation and flatulence.
Bahera (Belleric myrobalan) is another amazing herb in Ayurveda to maintain the overall good health of digestive system. It helps to improve the digestion process and also maintains the stomach pH. It acts well to improve the appetite. Use of this herb is good to relieve the acidity. On the other hand, mild laxative action helps to relieve the constipation.
Sounf (Fennel seeds) are healthy edible seeds used in Indian kitchens for cooking purpose. These are very useful in alleviating gas distention in the abdomen. Besides, use of fennel seeds is good to manage the various digestive problems like gas, flatulence, acidity and constipation.
Jeerak (Cumin) –This is well known to improve the digestion and relieve stomach problems. It helps to enhance the absorption of iron from food, also it is quite beneficial to treat the various digestive problems like gastric disorders, indigestion, gastritis, bloating, irregular bowel movements, flatulence, heart burn and stomach aches.
Pippali (Long Pepper) – Use of this herb is good for indigestion. It helps to improve the digestion process and supports the good heath of digestive system. It also aids to strengthen the alimentary tract. Moreover it stimulates the liver and pancreas to secret digestive juices
Dhania (Coriander) – Dhania is most common spice used in Indian kitchen and has the great medicinal importance in Ayurveda. It helps to provide relief in gastritis, stomach pain, gas, indigestion and constipation.
Size (Per Unit) : 60 Capsules
Product Weight (gms) : 60 gm
Dosage : 1-2 Capsules twice daily, with plain water, after meals.
|S. No.||Herb Used||Latin Name||Quantity|
|1.||Amla||Emblica officinalis||100 mg|
|2.||Haritaki||Terminalia chebula||100 mg|
|3.||Bahera||Terminalia bellerica||100 mg|
|4.||Sounf||Foeniculum vulgare||50 mg|
|5.||Dhania||Coriander sativum||50 mg|
|6.||Pippali||Piper longum||50 mg|
|7.||Jeerak||Cyminum cuminum||50 mg|
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