Other Benefits as per Ayurveda
- Helps to support skin health.
- It helps to maintain a healthy metabolism.
- It is a liver support and beneficial for a healthy urinary tract system.
- Anti-aging property helps to retain youthfulness.
- Supports healthy vision and intelligence.
Ayurvedic Herbal Formulation
Full Spectrum Extract ratio (10:1) with 10% Bitter
Extract is dried with the powder of same herb (Reference: Dose standards as per Ayurvedic pharmacopeia)
Part Used: Stem
- It is traditional Ayurvedic herb which has been used in Ayurveda since time immemorial.
- Supports immune system.
- Supports age well which leads to youthfulness.
- Maintains body temperature which is already in limit.
- It is somewhat bitter by nature and a potent immuno-modulatory herb.
As per Ayurveda
Guduchi is that herb which balances the vitiated Vata (Air) due to its hot potency & sticky property. It also helps in balancing the Pitta (Fire) & Kapha (Water) due to its bitter & astringent taste. So it helps in balancing the all three Doshas (Humors). It also has some rejuvenating (rasayana) properties. It naturally keeps the body temperature normal.
Energetic, Immunity booster. Helps to build immunity and strengthen the body to fight against environmental pathogens.
High quality extracts of ayurvedic herbs from their natural habitats.
All the herbs used in this product have a safe history of usage in Ayurveda since the time immemorial. They have very unique benefits with unique herbal properties.
Combined effects of all these herbs formulated in such a way that help to bring all three Doshas (Humors) Vata (air), Pitta (fire) and Kapha (water) in their natural balanced state.
Alkaloids, diterpenoid lactones, glycosides, steroids, sesquiterpenoids, phenolics, aliphatic compounds and polysaccharides.
Common & Uncommon Names
- Family Name: Menispermaceae
- Botanical Name: Tinospora Cordifolia
- Common Name: Guduchi, Amrita, Giloy
- In Sanskrit: It is known as “Amrita “or divine nectar.
- Other Name: Gulancha Tinospora
Other Uncommon Names of This Herb
Amruta, Amrita, Amritavalli, ChakraLakshana, Cinnodbhava, Giloy, Guduchi, Giloe, Gulancha/Palo, Shindilakodi, Amrita Balli, Ambrithu.
- Rasa (Taste): Bitter and Astringent
- Veerya (Potency): Hot
- Vipak (Post Digestive Effect): Sweet
- Property: Heavy, Sticky
North and South India.
Directions for Use
Take 1 or 2 Vege capsules 2 or 3 times a day after meals (breakfast, dinner) with water. Take for at least 30 days.
- Intake of incompatible food items and Liquids, Heavy Substances, New Cereals, Sour Food, Use of excessive cold and hot food.
- Children to use under the supervision of a health practitioner.
- Pregnant/Lactating women, children or anyone with known pre-existing condition should strictly take under the advice of a healthcare provider. Keep away from the reach of children.
Nutritional diet, Morning walk, Yoga, Peaceful mind, Restful sleep.
- Correction of obesity and avoiding fried food, include potassium supplement instead of sodium like banana and rock salt.
- Regular exercise like isotonic exercises like fast walking, jumping, jogging, swimming etc.
- Diet must be light, easily digestible and should include green vegetables, onion, coconut water, guda (jaggery), honey etc. sedentary lifestyle.
Foods to Favor
- Light diet
- Fresh seasonal vegetables and fruits
- Plenty of fluids
- Pistachio nut
- Hazel nut
Foods to Avoid
- Fried, fatty and heavy meals.
- Excess sodium intake
- Besides incompatible foods like intake of milk with salt (acidity).
- Milk with fish (acidity)
- Equal proportion of ghee with honey (toxic) should be avoided.
- Avoid alcohol Consumption
- Diet should include seasonal fresh fruits, fresh salad like fiber-containing diet, low sodium diet, high protein-containing diet like egg, fish.
- Person should avoid stress producing situations.
- Charaka Samhita
- Sushruta Samhita
- Ashtanga Sangraha
- Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India
- Nadkarni KM, Nadkarni AK, editors. Indian Materia Medica, Vol 1. 3rd ed. Mumbai: M/S Popular Prakasan Pvt. Ltd; 1976.
- Kirtikar KR, Basu BD, editors. Indian Medicinal Plants, Vol 1. 2nd ed. New Connaught Place, Dehra Dun: M/S Bishen Singh, Mahendra Pal Singh; 1975.
- Chopra RN, Nayar SL, Chopra IC, editors. Glossary of Indian Medicinal plants. New Delhi: CSIR; 1956.
- Anonymous. Wealth of India: Raw materials, Vol X. New Delhi: CSIR; 1976.
Reference Classical or Govt. Approved Books
Color, Taste, Aroma of the product may change from batch to batch.
This formula has been approved by the Department of Ayush/Government of India after the proper screening of scientific evidence as well as classical reference of each ingredient by the GOVT REGULATORY BOARD COMMITTEE.
GMP and USDA Certified Organic Manufacturing Facility: Laboratory tested for quality purity and heavy metal standards.
**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any Disease.