Arya Vaidya Sala Kottakkal Ayurvedic Chandraprabha Vatika (100 Tablets)

Arya Vaidya Sala Kottakkal Ayurvedic Chandraprabha Vatika (100 Tablets)

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Chandraprabha Vatika (also known as Chandraprabha Gulika) is used in the Ayurvedic treatment of diabetes, dermatitis, bloating, low back pain, colds and coughs, difficulty urinating, respiratory, liver, spleen and urinary tract diseases, constipation, bronchitis, asthma, rhinitis, eczema and eye infections. It is truly a medicine-of-all-diseases! It is used for piles, anaemia, fistula and indigestion. It also acts as an aphrodisiac, antimicrobial and antiaging remedy. This Ayurvedic remedy balances all three of the Doshas. The word chandra refers to the moon because this herb is calming and cooling. Chandraprabha Vatika is often called Sarvaroga Pranashini, which translates into useful in all disorders.

Usage: 1 - 2 tablets once or twice a day before or after food.

Contains: Chandraprabha, Vacha, Musta, Bhunimba, Amruta, Daruka, Haridra, Ativisha, Darvi, Pippalimoola, Chitraka, Dhanyaka, Haritaki, Vibhitaki, Amalaki, Chavya, Vidanga, Gajapippali, Shunti, Maricha, Pippali, Makshika dhatu bhasma, Yava kshara, Swarjika kshara, Saindhava lavana, Sauvarchala lavana and Vida lavana.

AVS (Arya Vaidya Sala) was founded in 1902 by the late Vaidyaratnam P.S. Varier at Kottakkal in Malappuram district of Kerala State. AVS is a Charitable Trust of public nature having three drug manufacturing units, at Kottakkal, at Kanjikode, and at Nanjangud where more than 550 genuine ayurvedic medicines are manufactured. Company undertakes the task of planned cultivation of medicinal plants in herbal gardens as part of a project of conservation and sustainable use of medicinal plants. Company have Research Development Department of the institution is actively engaged in research work for modernisation of production and quality control of Ayurvedic drugs. The Centre for Medicinal Plants Research (CMPR) was established at Kottakkal in 2003 to undertake modern research in the various aspects of medicinal plants. CMPR is now recognised as a Centre of Excellence by the Department of AYUSH of Government of India.

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