Grahyavati is specially formulated to treat Grahavi, an ailment very similar to Irritable Bowel Syndrome. This IBS medication also proves to be more than effective for other intestinal ailments such as Indigestion, Gastric Ulcers and Chronic Diarrhea amongst others.
According to the ancient medical science of Ayurveda, Gastro-Intestinal Motility is caused due to the vitiation of the Vata Dosha, and low immunity (ojas). Grahyavati, an ideal stomach ulcer treatment, is a unique blend of superior Ayurvedic herbs, which, when combined together exhibit binding, anti-inflammatory, digestive and anti-diarrheal properties. Needless to say, these properties help achieve the much-desired balance of the three doshas, thus offering relief from all problems related to the GI tract.
The Saunf Ghan and Sunth Ghan that this herbal ulcer medicine comprises of, helps stimulate digestion, absorption and clears ama (toxic byproducts formed due to indigestion of food) from the digestive system. In addition, the blend of herbs such as Biligarbh, Kutaj, and Sunth act as an antiseptic as well as an appetizer. While Jeera works as a digestive, Dhavni, Dhani, Mochras and Saunf reduce the flatulence, and helps in easy expulsion of gases.
How to Use
For ages 15-70: 1 pill, three times a day.
For ages 10-15: ½ a pill,
Minimum Course: 3 months
This prominent Ayurvedic herb is known for its antiseptic properties. It also acts as an appetizer and helps induce hunger.
Sunth is essentially dried ginger. Known for its numerous medicinal uses such as relief from cough and cold, headaches and chest pains, Sunth also offers relief from distention and gas.
Dhavni Phool ghan
This Ayurvedic herb is known to reduce flatulence and expel gases.
Derived from the Silk Cotton Tree, this herb helps treat various ailments such as dysentery, diarrhea, bleeding piles, colitis. It also helps sustain health and vitality.
Commonly known as Coriander, this herb helps in the elimination of catarrhal substances from the body. It acts as an excellent dipana.
Derived from the Conessi Tree, Kutaj Ghan acts as an excellent antiseptic. It is also used to treat irritable bowel syndrome and diarrhoea. This eminent herb also helps to treat intestinal worm infection and herpes.
Commonly known as Fennel Seeds, Saunf helps reduce flatulence and ensures the expulsion of gases. An excellent dipana, this herb is known for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, expectorant and diuretic properties.
This herb, also known as Cumin, works as a digestive astringent. An excellent source of iron, Jeera not only aids in digestion, but also boosts the immune system.