In order to lead a life that is full of energy one needs to have an optimal weight. Quite often it so happens that you are unable to gain weight, despite a lot of effort. Not only can this lead to a low self-esteem, but may also compromise your immune system and even fertility (in case of women). Thankfully, you won’t have to worry about reaching that appropriate level of BMI anymore. Dr. Vaidya’s Weight Gain Pack comprises of two highly trusted weight gain medicines – Herbofit and Pachak Churna, which will help you achieve your health goals seamlessly.
Herbofit is a concentrated extract of 21 active ingredients, used in conventional Chyawanprash, in the form of a capsule. With all the benefits of the best chyawanprash for immunity, the herbs in this Ayurvedic medicine for weight gain help prevent illnesses and ailments by building up the body’s resistance. This weight gain tablet is also known to increase the appetite thus helping you gain weight naturally.
Pachak is a specially formulated weight gain medicine which stimulates the ‘digestive fire’ thereby allowing better absorption of nutrients leading to natural weight gain. Ideal for those dealing with indigestion, loss of appetite, bloating, acidity or other digestive disorders, Pachak offers quick relief.
Together, these two medicines will eliminate the problem of ‘how to gain weight’, thus helping you lead a more fulfilling life.
For ages 10 and above: One capsule daily after breakfast or with a glass of milk.
1-2 teaspoons, daily after lunch and dinner (suitable for all ages)
The Ayurvedic medicines for weight gain in Dr. Vaidya’s Weight Gain Pack comprise of the following ingredients –
Also known as Indian Gooseberry, Amla is has a high concentration of Vitamin C and antioxidants. It nourishes the brain functionality, enhances absorption of food, acts as a body coolant and flushes out toxins.
Also known as Cardamom, Elaichi is known for fighting and preventing various infections. It is also a great anti-depressant.
Lavang or Clove is used in Herbofit its antiseptic properties that help in treating cough and cold.
Also known as saffron, Kesar helps the body in fighting diseases, aids cell formation and repair, helps maintain blood pressure and keeps heart diseases at bay.
Jayfal or nutmeg is known to reduce stress and anxiety and helps relieve digestive problems and menstrual cramps.
Javantri is well known for its antidepressant as well as antibacterial properties. It helps in controlling seizures and prevents epilepsy.
This Ayurvedic herb stimulates intestinal and gastric glands in order to secrete essential juices. It is helpful in curing heart burns and stomach cramps.
Also known as Nutgrass, Nagarmotha helps in healing the diseases of the skin. It also acts as a diuretic and helps prevent liver and lung diseases.
Jatamansi is a natural brain nervine tonic and a memory enhancer, which has a calming effect.
Taj increases general vitality. It warms and energizes the body as a whole, counteracts congestion, stops diarrhea, improves digestion and relieves abdominal spasms.
Tejpatra Ghan acts as a dietary support and pancreatic tonic. It supports healthy respiratory system and helps in building immunity against various environmental pathogens.
Shahjira is used for digestive problems including heartburn, bloating, gas, loss of appetite, and mild spasms of the stomach and intestines.
Dhania or Coriander is quite effective in curing various skin diseases like eczema, itchiness, rashes, and inflammation. It also helps cure mouth ulcers and sores.
Talis Patra Ghan
Talispatra is a prominent Ayurvedic herb that has anti-inflammatory and bronchodilatory action on airways and lungs.
Kapurkachli ghan is used mainly as an anti-asthmatic agent. It is also used to cure bronchitis, pain, nausea, inflammations, and hiccups.
Gulab Ghan reduces the swelling of capillaries beneath the skin, cleanses the gallbladder and liver and is known to improve bile secretion.
This Ayurvedic herb is used in treating gastrointestinal ailments; high blood pressure, heart ailments, and peptic ulcers, along with bacterial and fungal infections.
This herb helps in treating swellings and pain in rheumatic joints. It relaxes over-contracted muscles and is thus helpful for relieving shoulder and neck tensions as well.
Abrakh Bhasma is an excellent cellular regenerator and a nerve tonic. It is used for the treatment of many respiratory tract infections along with anemia.
Nirbhishi Ghan is a Vata, Pitta and Kapha suppressant. It helps in reducing the inflammation and also helps in relieving pain while curing any related infection.
Also known as Sendha Namak or Mountain Salt, it helps soften the stool and promotes their easy passage. It improves digestion and helps remove intestinal and abdominal gases.
Also known Rock Candy, this herb helps relieve stomach ache and kidney stones, along with aiding in weight control.
Also called Balinese Pepper, Pipper strengthens the immune system.
Also known by the name of Caraway Seeds, Shahjira is used for digestive problems including heartburn, bloating, loss of appetite, and mild spasms of the stomach and intestines. It eases the gut and provides relief from gas.
This Ayurvedic herb increases general vitality. It counteracts congestion, stops diarrhea, improves digestion and relieves abdominal spasms.
Also known as Indian Gooseberry, Amla enhances absorption of food and flushes out toxins. It is also known to cure stomach constipation and rejuvenate the body.
Essentially dried ginger, Sunth is known to be a powerful herb that aids digestion and assists in weight management.