Vasa – Adhatodavasica / Malabar nut is one the powerful herbs used in treating asthma, bronchitis and excess mucous condition. This is so powerful an herb that there was an allopathic medicine syrup combination with Bromhexine and Vasa.
Tulsi can rightly be termed as one of the most commonly and widely used ingredients in many Indian home remedies. From regular fever to some of the deadliest and most fatal bacterial and viral infections – tulsi can help cure or to some extent, facilitate treating most diseases.
Kantkari is useful in treating worms, cold, and hoarseness of voice, fever, and dysuria, enlargement of the liver, muscular pain, spleen and stone in the urinary bladder, The juice of the berries is used in curing sore.
Vitiated Pranvayu combines with the deranged kaphadosha in the lungs causing obstruction in the pranavahasrotasa(respiratory tract).This results in gasping, labored breathing and respiratory distress causing swasaroga.
Beleric is a rejuvenative and laxative. It proves beneficial for hair, throat and eyes.Beleric seed oil or fruit paste is applied on swollen and painful parts, Fruit pieces are baked and chewed for cough, cold, hoarseness of voice and asthma.
Daruhaladi rhizome churna
Daruhaldi is considered as one of the best Ayurveda herb which helps correct metabolism, improve the liver function and it is said to have hepato-protective, diuretic, anti-inflammatory properties,It also supports healthy Urinary tract functions, It supports healthy liver functions, thus may help to maintain healthy cholesterol levels, also support healthy metabolism, Daruhaldi is said to have anti-inflammatory properties and support healthy urinary tract functions.
Turmeric is one of the very useful and famous Ayurvedic herbs. It is used in many forms and through many routes of administration, such as – nasal, oral, over the skin etc.
Trikatu is a classic Ayurvedic herbal blend of pippali, ginger, and black pepper. These herbs work in synergy to stimulate the digestive fire, or agni, allowing for more efficient digestion in the stomach while promoting proper bile flow, healthy detoxification and fat metabolism.
A decoction of the whole herbs is used as an enema to eliminate natural toxins from the GI tract and to balance vata in the lower region of the body. Dashamula literally means ‘ten roots’ referring to the traditional ingredients of the formula. Five of the plants are large trees and many of the roots are difficult to obtain sustainably.
Used as expectorant& is derived from the latin word expectorate means drive from the chest. Expectorants are drugs used in removing the mucous and other waste materials from the respiratory tract. They stop the production and accumulation of mucous in the respiratory tract causing irritation and difficulty in breathing. Expectorants help in diluting the mucous and lubricate the passage so that it flows out easily.
In ayurveda, Pudina is considered as appetizer and useful in gastric troubles, nowadays it is used in many countries for various ailments. Mint extracts and menthol-related chemicals are used in food, drinks, cough medicines.
Used as Colorants
Glycerol has demulcent properties and may possibly block sensory cough receptors in the respiratory tract.
Syrup BaseSugar syrup base
Sugar syrup is a mixture of glucose and fructose; it is obtained by splitting the disaccharide sucrose into these two components. Compared with its precursor, sucrose, inverted sugar is sweeter-tasting and its products tend to retain moisture and are less prone to crystallization.
Dicalcium phosphate isn’t as common a nutritional supplement as the more familiar tricalciumphosphate, it still shows up occasionally on nutrition labels as a means of adding calcium to a food.
Sodium propyl paraben
Benzoic acid derivatives substituted by hydroxy group or ether containing oxygen atom have active bacteriostatic and fragrant properties and is used as preservatives.
Sodium methyl paraben
The most common applications of Sodium Methyl Paraben entail the manufacturing of personal care products and preservatives.
Dry Cough, Wet Cough ColdChest Congestion and Acute Bronchitis Irritating Cough and upper Respiratory tract infection or as Directed by the Physician.
1-2 tea spoon twice a day or as Directed by the Physician.