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Multi‐drug ayurvedic formulation that helps in the toning up sagging skin and under‐active subcutaneous glands (including the breasts).

  • Tone up (pushtida) the sagging skin and the underlying subcutaneous tissues (tvachya, tarpaka, kashaya)

  • Tone up the sagging muscles (mamsa‐balya, rasayana)

  • Tone up (pushtida) and stimulates (ushna‐virya) the underactive subcutaneous glands, including the breasts (stanya‐kari, kshaya‐apaha)

  • Majuphala (Quercus infectoria)


    The galls of Quercus infectoria have also been pharmacologically documented to possess astringent, antidiabetic, antitremorine, local anaesthetic, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, larvicidal and anti-inflammatory activities. The main constituents found in the galls of Quercus infectoria are tannin (50-70%) and small amount of free gallic acid and ellagic acid.

    Udumbar (Ficus glomerata)


    product-image Ficus racemosa Linn. (Family; Moraceae) popularly known as the cluster fig tree or Gular, is famous medicinal plant in India, which is used in traditional system of medicine for a long time, for the treatment of various disorders like diabetes, liver disorders, diarrhoea, inflammatory conditions, haemorrhoids, respiratory and urinary diseases. This herb is mentioned in all ancient scriptures of Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani and Homeopathy. Various plant parts such as bark, root, leaf, fruits and latex are used as astringent, carminative, vermifuge and anti-dysentery. It is a good remedy for excessive appetite. The extract of fruit is used in diabetes, leucoderma, refrigerant, antiasthmatic, hepatoprotective, antioxidant, antiulcer and menorrhagia. It is used locally to relieve inflammation of skin wounds, lymphadenitis, in sprains and fibrositis. The present review is therefore, an effort to give a detailed study in Pharmacogonstical, phytochemical & Pharmacological properties.

    Bala (Sida cordifolia)


    Malvaceae, commonly known as Bala, is an Ayurvedic medicine that is used to treat bronchial asthma, cold and flu, chills, lack of perspiration, head ache, nasal congestion, aching joints and bones, cough and wheezing, and edema. The root infusion is given in nervous and urinary diseases and also in disorders of the blood and bile. Sida cordifolia has been reported to posess analgesic, anti-inflammatory and hypoglycemic activities as well as hepatoprotective activity. Traditionally the plant Sida cordifolia (linn) syn has been used as CNS depressant, fat lose, analgesics, anti-inflammatory, hypotensive, hepatoprotectiv. Presence of ephedrine has highlighted the utility of this plant .various ayurvadic preparation of this plant used in asthma diseases, fat lose and increase energy, Oil preparation is also cure pain, swelling disorder, and Gritha cures Heart diseases. This plant has great potential to develop the Ayurvedic, modern medicine and athletic supplements by pharmaceutical industries.

    Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus)


    product-image Shatavari is one of the principal medicinal herbs in ayurveda, possessing several actions that make it especially useful in the management of many female reproductive disorders. Ayurveda texts describe it as sheetal (lowers metabolic activity), rasayani (tonic, esp. for females), snigdha (anabolic), stanya (galactagogue), vrishya (reinforces fertility), guru (anabolic), pushtida (promotes nourishment, growth and development of the tissues).

    Methika (Trigonella foenum-graecum)


    Research on fenugreek in recent years has identified a number of health benefits and physiological attributes in both experimental animals as well as clinical trials in humans. Its known medicinal properties such as carminative, gastric stimulant, antidiabetic and galactogogue (lactation-inducer) effects, newer research has identified hypocholesterolemic, antilipidemia, antioxidant, hepatoprotective, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal, antiulcer, antilithigenic, anticarcinogenic and other miscellaneous medicinal effects of fenugreek. Although most of these studies have used whole seed powder or different forms of extracts, some have identified active constituents from seeds and attributed them medicinal values for different indications.

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Dr.Vasishth's Ayurvedic Grobustie Pain Oil 100 ML

SKU: oils0013
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