Singhnad Guggulu is the perfect combination of natural herbs that has proven to be very useful in the treatment joint diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, gout, inflammation and swelling, back pain and cervical spondylitis etc. It is also known as vatari guggulu. It is prepared from natural herbs for Ayurvedic assistance with all signs and symptoms associated with diseases of the joints.
Main Ingredients –
For 500 mg tablet –
• Guggulu resin(Commiphora Mukul) – 144gms
• Amalaki fruit( Emblica Officinalis) – 144 gms
• Bibhitaki fruit (Terminalia Belerica) – 144 gms
• Haritaki fruit (Terminalia Chebula) – 144 gms
• Gandhak (Sulphur) – 48 gms
• Erand tail (Castor Oil) – 192 gms
Natural products treats not only the symptoms but the body as a whole, absorption and results may take time.
Singhnad Guggulu combines the potent cleansing ingredients of castor oil and triphala, which works as a detoxifier (Removes toxins from the joints and blood). In addition, it contains anti inflammatory agents, such as Gugglu, that work to calm and sooth joints.
This formula serves to rejuvenate the body, improve digestion, and stimulates metabolism, thus minimizing further production of toxins and rheumatic symptoms.
It has anti-inflammatory and lipid-lowering properties. It also helps remove excess fluids and ama from the body, and penetrates deep into the tissues.
This guggulu is also having antifungal, antibacterial, antimicrobial, demulcent, purifies blood, nervine stimulant, laxative and anti pruritic properties which can do wonders in improving the overall health naturally.
Singhnad Guggulu dose is 500-2000 mg for adults and 250-500 mg for children after meal with lukewarm water twice a day or as per your doctor’s prescription.
Therapeutic Uses –
• Rheumatoid Arthritis
• Joint pain
• Cervical spondylitis
• Back pain
• Tennis elbow
• Frozen shoulder
• Intestinal gas
• Skin diseases mainly itching
• Premature graying off hair
• Abdominal disorders
Side Effects –
The most common side effect occurs due to the purgative action of Singhnad Guggulu. Some people may experience loose stools. In high dosage, it can also cause diarrhoea.
Pregnant and lactating mothers should avoid taking it or should consult an Ayurvedic physician before using it.
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