Name of Ingredient Extracts of the following: Latin/ English Name Quantity Suva Anethum sowa 150 mg
Brahmi Herpestis monniera 24 mg
Shankhapushpi Evolvulus alsinoides 24 mg
Ajawayan Carum copticum 15 mg
Vacha Acorus calamus 12 mg
Jeeraka krishna Cuminum cyminum 6 mg
Yashtimadhu Glycirrhiza glabra 6 mg
Ativisha Aconitum heterophyium 3 mg
Kumari Aloe barbadensis 3 mg
Shatavari Asparagus racemosus 3 mg
Daruharidra Berberis aristata 3 mg
Karidra Curcuma longa 3 mg
Kachur Curcuma zedoaria 3 mg
Nagarmotha Cyperus rotundus 3 mg
Elaichi Elletaria cardamomum 3 mg
Amalaki Emblica officinalis 3 mg
Vidanga Embelia ribes 3 mg
Shatapushpa Foeniculum vulgare 3 mg
Kutaj Bark of Holarrhena antidysenterica 3 mg
Indrayav Holarrhena antidysenterica 3 mg
Nagkesar Mesua ferrea 3 mg
Pippali Piper longum 3 mg
Pippali Mool Root of Piper longum 3 mg
Chitrak mool Plumbago zeylanica 3 mg
Karkatshringi Pistacia integerrima 3 mg
Bibhitaki Terminalia belerica 3 mg
Haritaki Terminalia chebula 3 mg
Guduchi Tinospora cordifolia 3 mg
Vidlavan >>>> 3 mg Shunthi Zingiber officinale 3 mg Flavoured syrupy base q.s.
is a natural carminative. PAEDRITONE
also improves appetite, digestion
and leads to proper evacuation. Acorus calamus (Vacha) offers carminative and antispasmodic activity and thus helps ease the colic discomfort. Holarrhena antidysenterica (Kutaj) demonstrates antibacterial activity against enteric pathogens and offers anti-diarrhoeal activity. Thus, PAEDRITONE
provides relief from common pediatric complaints like gripes, colics, indigestion
and diarrhoea. Improvement in digestive function has beneficial effects on growth and development of the child
4) Diarrhoea during dentition
Infants’ upto 1 month: 8 to 10 drops three to four times a day. 1 month to 6 months: 15 to 20 drops three to four times a day. 6 months to 1 year: 1/2 to 1 teaspoonful three to four times a day.Presentation Bottle of 60 ml
DO’S AND DONT’S
1) Timely breast-feeding to the infant and child
2) Give only boiled and cool water.
1) Avoid bottle-feeding.
2) Avoid buffalo milk, which is rich in fat.
Ayurveda – Natural Indian Healthcare
According to Ayurveda
, a Science of life, the most common digestive disorders
like irritable bowel syndrome
, sluggish metabolism
, chronic tiredness can be controlled by a regular yogic practice
. It believes that Agni (digestive fire
) is the chief protector of the body and ama is the real cause of the disease
postures tone every area of the body including digestive system and cleanse the internal organs of toxins. It also dissolves physical stress and calms the mind thereby rejuvenating the body which leads to an improved digestion.
balances all three doshas, and different poses have different effects. Forward bending postures cool Pitta dosha
. Twists are good for Kapha
because they stimulate digestion
. Backward bends are heating, and thus balancing to Vata
types, as long as the person has the strength to do them.
** One of the digestive benefits of yoga
is that it restricts the blood flow to certain parts of the body while holding some poses. Once these poses are released, this area of the body is then flooded with blood and thus, oxygen. Oxygen has healing properties and is necessary for proper function of the digestive organs.
** Forward bends increase the space in the abdomen and facilitate the release of entrapped gases. These poses heat the front of the body and cool the back body.
** Regular focused breathing can also open up blocked areas of energy in the body- blocked energy, or chi, in the stomach/intestines, is often the cause of digestive problems
calms us, which in turn relaxes the digestive system and leads to more effective elimination.
** Several asanas like cobra, Hero, Baddha Konasana (Reclining Bound Angle Pose), Supported Supta Sukhasana, and an upright variation of Parsvottanasana (Side Stretch Pose) and Dhanurasana are practiced to treat digestive disorders
. Some of these poses makes you put entire weight on stomach, thus tones stomach muscles and makes these stronger as well as to digest food better and cleanse system of left over food, etc
** The commonly used ayurvedic medicine
to fight digestive disorders
are Indukantam qwath tablet, aptizoom syrup, indukantam ghrit, hinguvachadi tab, dadimashtaka churna, chitrakadi tablet, kalyana gulam, dasmoola haritaki leha.
Ayurveda – Traditional Indian Medicine
Food allergy – Ayurveda
Ayurveda, an ancient Indian medical system, offers a scientific approach to food allergy by determining the correct diet based upon an individual’s constitution ( vata, pitta, kapha) & seasonal alterations.
Pitta people are allergic to hot, spicy foods, fermented foods, sour fruits, tomatoes, potatoes. Kaphas develop allergies to dairy products and cold beverages. Vatas are allergic to hard-to-digest foods such as popcorn, beans and raw vegetables.
When foods, (proteins, carbohydrates and fats) having different attributes, tastes, heating or cooling properties, and post-digestive effects are eaten together, agni (gastric fire) will be slowed down. The foods can then remain in the stomach for seven to eight hours. These same foods, if eaten separately might well stimulate agni, be digested more quickly and even help to burn ama (toxins)
Thus, according to Ayurveda, one should eat according to one’s constitution and take fruits, starches, proteins and fats separately at different times of the day. Combining foods improperly can produce indigestion, fermentation, putrefaction and gas formation. This condition, if prolonged, can lead to toxemia and disease complex. For example, eating bananas with milk can diminish agni, change the intestinal flora producing toxins and may cause respiratory allergies
Symptoms of food allergy include diarrhea, vomiting, constipation, swelling of lips, tongue, abdominal cramps, cough wheezing, sneezing, runny nose, blocked nose and rashes on skin.
Food allergy can be managed by :
** Avoiding the foods which cause allergic reactions.
** Having a regular routine of life as it stabilizes the immune system
** Practicing yoga and meditation as it balances mind & body thereby reducing allergic symptoms.
** Taking a balanced diet with enough proteins, calories, minerals and vitamins.
** Selecting food with suits the individual constitution and seasons.
** Combining the foods to improve tolerance. Diet should be made wholesome by appropriate combination of different foods.
** Combining the foods to reduce intolerance. The suitability of food is improved by appropriate processing.
** Slowly adapting to the unsuitable food.
** Ayurvedic herbal preparations – Rasayanas are traditionally used in treating food allergies.
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