BILVADI CHURNA

For good gut health
IBS| BLOATING| DIARRHEA| DYSENTERY| COLITIS

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Rs. 195.00

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DESCRIPTION

Good health and good digestion go hand in hand. This ancient Ayurvedic formulation is infused with cannabis, one of the most important herbs of the Atharva Veda. Main ingredient of Bilvadi churna is bel (Aegle Marmelos) fruit and seed. It's fruit pulp and seeds contain a bio-active substance known as a lectin, which is effective against shigella bacteria. As a result, it helps to treat Shigella dysenteriae Infection. 
Bilvadi churna maintains the digestive system function like clockwork and enhances appetite. Provides quick relief from stomach problems such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Bowel insufficiency, Diarrhoea, Indigestion and Colic pain.
One box of Bilvadi churna contains 15 sachets.

THERAPEUTIC BENEFITS
  • Stimulates digestive enzymes and maintains the digestive system function like clockwork and enhances appetite.
  • Provides quick relief from stomach problems such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), abdominal discomfort, Gas or Blotting.
  • Reduces the frequency of loose stools and reduces mucus in stool.
  • Detoxifies pitta dosha.
  • Bel’s fruit pulp has a substance called lectin, which is effective against shigella bacteria infection
ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS

Aeglemarmelosine, Marmesin, Tanin, Pectin, Cannabinoids etc.

INGREDIENTS

Each 3g contains:

Sl. No

Sanskrit name

Botanical name

Type

Parts used

Qty per 3 gm

1

Bilva

Aegle marmelos

Pw.

Fruit

0.27gm

2

Mocharasa

Bombax malabarica

Pw.

Exudate

0.27gm

3

Sunthi

Zingiber officinale

Pw.

Rhizome

0.27gm

4

Vijaya

Cannabis sativa

Pw.

Leaf

0.27gm

5

Dhataki

Woodfordia fruiticosa

Pw.

Flower

0.27gm

6

Dhanyaka

Coriandrrum sativum

Pw.

Seed

0.55gm

7

Saunf

Foeniculum vulgare

Pw.

Seed

1.10gm

8

Excipients

 

 

 

Q.S.


 


DOSAGE 

A sachet once a day with a cup of lukewarm water after food or as directed by the physician.

CLINICAL RESEARCH

Disease Indication

No of Patients

Study Design

Out come

Reference

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

51

Clinical study

Significant improvement in all of the clinical features of IBS

Tiwari R, et al.,Ayu. 2013;34(4):368-372.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

 

Clinical study

Has shown improvement in grahani rog (IBS)

Kaur A. and Sharma M., World J. Pharm.Res.,2018,7(7): 936-949.

 

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