Digestive disorders and diseases significantly affect millions of persons worldwide inducing a highly significant economical impact comprising health care costs and work absenteeism, in addition to patient’s decreased quality of life. Around 60 to 70 million people affected by all digestive diseases in USA. In India factors such as irregular eating habits, unhygienic food and stressful lifestyles have driven the incidences of digestive disorders. Digestive remedies in India saw current value growth of 7% in 2008, to reach Rs 8.5 billion. Digestive enzymes displayed the fastest growth, of 13% in current value terms, to reach Rs 1.7 billion. Common digestive problems include heartburn/GERD, IBD, and IBS. Symptoms may include bloating, diarrhea, gas, stomach pain, and stomach cramps.
CELDIGEST is an ideal combination of potent herbal extracts at optimum therapeutic dosage which synergistically increase the motility of gastrointestinal tract as well as improve the digestion power by increasing the gastro-intestinal enzyme secretions. It provides prompt and long lasting relief from bloating, gas, stomach pain, indigestion and abdominal cramps.
Ajmoda helps to maintain the natural PH balance in the stomach & relieves gas and cramps in abdomen.
Shunthi Pippali Marich (Trikatu) aids in digestion of food. Detoxicate the digestive Tract & and accelerates the assimilation process.
Elaichi is used for digestion problems including heartburn, intestinal spasms.
The active principles in the clove may increase gut motility as well as improve the digestion power by increasing gastro-intestinal enzyme secretions.
For indigestion, bloating, gas, stomach pain, indigestion and abdominal cramps.,
These are taken in doses of 10-20 ml, two to three times per day, after meals or as directed by your health practitioner.
No adverse effects are observed at recommended therapeutic doses
Available in 200 ml attractive PET bottle
Ajmoda-Trachyspermum ammi is Ajwain or bishops weed. Bishop's weed is a plant. The seeds are used to make medicine. The prescription drug methoxsalen, was originally prepared from bishop's weed, but it is now made in the laboratory. Methoxsalen is used to treat psoriasis, Ajwain is packed with thymol. In fact it’s the only plant in the world with the highest amount of thymol. Further, studies reveal the presence of various phytochemical constituents mainly carbohydrates, glycosides, saponins, phenolic compounds, volatile oil (thymol, γ-terpinene, para-cymene, and α- and β-pinene), protein, fat, fiber and mineral matter containing calcium, phosphorous, iron and nicotinic acid. Seeds contain an essential oil containing about 50% thymol which is a strong germicide, anti-spasmodic and fungicide.Thymol is very effective in helping the stomach release gastric juices that speed up digestion. It is known to help in cases of indigestion, flatulence, nausea and relieve colicky pain in babies. T. ammi would increase the secretion of gastric acid; the addition of T. ammi to the infusion increased the amount of gastric acid. Gastric acid secretion was increased nearly four-fold by T. ammi.In experimental rats in vivo, the addition of T. ammi to the diet reduced food transit time and also enhanced the activity of digestive enzymes and/or caused a higher secretion of bile acids.
Shunthi; Pippali; & Marich together is called Trikatu. Trikatu churna is one of the traditional poly herbal preparation, formed by mixing equal quantities of three important spicy materials such as Piper longum L. (Piperaceae), Piper nigrum L. (Piperaceae) and Zingiber officinale Roscoe (Zingiberaceae). Trikatu is also known as “ Three Bitters”. The trikatu preparation was reported to contain alkaloids, phenols, tannins, flavanoids, steroids, lignin & saponins. Its Thermogenic action promotes AGNI or digestive fire which burns the harmful toxins and revitalizing the metabolism. Trikatu enhances the bioavailability. Trikatu shows some important benefits like, It promotes the healthy digestion, improves all gastric functions, It increases food absorption. It reduces congestion in digestive tract. It is recommended for poor digestion and poor appetite. Its administration promotes the secretion of digestive juices, increasing appetite. It stimulates the formation of hydrochloric acid which helps to inhibit gaseous distension.
Lavang-(Syzygium aromaticum)-The clove is a flower bud from an aromatic evergreen tree that grows in the tropics of Asia and South America. The bud and stem of the dried clove is widely as a spice and food flavoring. The oil extracted from the plant, leaves, flower buds, and fruit itself is used in herbal remedies and some dental practices. The major compound from clove – eugenol -is responsible for most of the characteristic aroma of clove. Eugenol makes up 72 – 96 % of the essential oil extracted from cloves, and is the compound most responsible for clove’s aroma. Clove oil is antifungal, anesthetic and antiseptic properties. Laboratory test have shown that cloves' effectiveness in inhibiting food-borne pathogens as well as other bacteria. Like many culinary spices, clove may help relax the smooth muscle lining of the digestive tract. The active principles present in clove may increase the motility of gastrointestinal tract as well as improve the digestion power by increasing the gastro-intestinal enzyme secretions. A few drops of the oil in water will stop vomiting, and clove tea will relieve diarrhea, gas, bloating, intestinal spasms and nausea. Cloves are used as carminative, to increase hydrochloric acid in the stomach and to improve peristalsis. Clove can be used to promote the flow of saliva and gastric juices. It reduces gas pressure in the stomach, aiding in the proper elimination of food and toxins. It also relieves the discomfort of peptic ulcers. Cloves boost the digestive system of the body as, it regulates the enzyme flows. Intake of this herb reduces the irritation level in intestine and cures indigestion problem.
Vacha-Acorus Calamus: In Ayurveda it is highly valued as a rejuvenator for the brain and nervous system and as a remedy for digestive disorders. Its primary use is to stimulate the digestive glands to produce the enzymes and acids necessary for proper digestion. The rhizomes are useful when combined with ginger for relief in flatulent colic.
Ela- Cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) : It is used for digestion problems including heartburn, intestinal spasms, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), flatulence, constipation, liver and gallbladder complaints, and loss of appetite. Cardamom has carminative actions which help to relieve gas and bloating. It acts as an antispasmodic and can slow the rate of stomach muscle cramping.
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