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REGULA SYRUP

Regularises the Menstrual cycle

Definition: Menstrual Problems may refer to the many different types of menstruation disorders, such as delay or absence of bleeding, painful crampingand profuse bleeding, among others.

Causes: Factors that are responsible for this condition include the increased intake of sour, salty, hot, pungent, heavy, and fermented food; meat; alcoholic beverages; indigestion; and eating before the previous meal is digested. Conditions that also have a strong effect include repeated abortions, excessive sexual activity, increased physical exertion (walking, riding, weight lifting, etc.), emaciation, trauma, and day sleeping. Psychological conditions such as grief, anger, lust, and anxiety are also known to play a key role in aggravating menstrual problems.

Regula Syrup

Causes: Factors that are responsible for this condition include the increased intake of sour, salty, hot, pungent, heavy, and fermented food; meat; alcoholic beverages; indigestion; and eating before the previous meal is digested. Conditions that also have a strong effect include repeated abortions, excessive sexual activity, increased physical exertion (walking, riding, weight lifting, etc.), emaciation, trauma, and day sleeping. Psychological conditions such as grief, anger, lust, and anxiety are also known to play a key role in aggravating menstrual problems.

Symptoms: Presence of excessive bleeding during menstruation is the major symptom. It can be prolonged and be associated with body aches and pains. It might be accompanied with burning in the lower portion of groin, pelvic region, back, and flanks. Due to excessive loss of blood, systemic symptoms of anemia are also associated. There can be numbness in hands and feet, fatigue, heart palpitations, and light-headedness.

Ayurvedic View: According to Ayurveda, poor diet and inefficient digestion are the main causative factors for these disorders. Improperly digested food leads to the production of toxins in the body. These toxins are circulated by the blood to the deep tissues and channels, where they cause blockages and stagnation. These conditions cause aggravation of Vata Dosha (air) and the Rakta Dhatu (blood). The aggravated Vata brings impaired blood into the channels carrying the raj (menstrual blood), leading to increase menstrual blood flow. According to Ayurvedic healing system, a great deal of a woman's stress, tensions, and negative emotions, combined with dietary, genetic and lifestyle factors may invite disturbance of her reproductive system such as menstrual irregularities. Ayurveda recommends different types of treatment to treat menstrual problems. These include nourishing and toning herbs as well as rejuvenative treatment in accordance with the nature of the disorder. Massage and the incorporation of meditation and yoga may also be beneficial for permanent elimination of the problems. It is important to address these menstruation problems because a woman expels a large proportion of her wastes and toxins through this process. If these toxins remain in the body, they cause further stagnation and blockage within the body.

ASHOKA HEALTH BENEFITS / USES: its use in treatment of excessive uterine bleeding is extensive in India. It is useful in menorrhagia (scant menses), dysmenorrhea (painful menses, menstrual cramps), depression, bleeding hemorrhoids, uterine fibroids, considered a uterine sedative and tonic and is very useful in Leucorrhoea. Action of the alcoholic extract; the bark contains tannin, catechol, sterol, and organic calcium compounds. Oxytocic activity of the plant was seen in human isolated uterine preparations. Estrogen-primed or gravid uterus was more sensitive to the action of the alcoholic extract

Uses: In menses- disturbed menstrual cycle, stimulating effect on ovarian tissues and muscular fibers of uterus, in menorrhagia, in uterine infections. In internal bleeding, hemorrhoids, and, blood dysentery. The bark has a stimulating effect on the endometrium and ovarian tissue, is useful in menorrhagia due to uterine fibroids, in leucorrhea and in internal bleeding, where ergot is indicated. It is well established for its effectiveness in menorrhagia and dysmenorrhea. It also has a stimulatory effect on the ovarian tissue and may produce an oestrogen-like effect that enhances the repair of the endometrium and stops bleeding

Lodhra: A remedy for bleeding disorders. It has a cooling effect and is used as a cardiotonic, antipyretic, anthelmintic and laxative. It is also used to alleviate stomachache, and is believed to promote appetite. It is useful in 'Kapha', billow fever, urinary discharge, hiccup, blood troubles, burning sensations, leucoderma, and jaundice. lodhra helps to thicken the blood and stop the hemorrhaging in conditions of nose bleeds, excessive bleeding and disharge in menorrhagia and leucorrhea. lodhra also helps to make the skin more healthy and improves its complexion.

Ayurvedic properties: The sheetal (cooling) property soothes the irritable nature of excess pitta in the blood and reduces inflammation in body. Kapha and pitta pacifier. Astringent .excess may vitiate vata.
Uses: Used in skin disorders like acne, boils with burning sensation. In excessive bleeding and white discharge.
Lodhra powder is given orally when excessive fetal movements are felt in 7-8 th month of pregnancy.
Shatavari: Shatavari contains natural phyto-oestrogen hormone precursors that help women to maintain a healthy reproductive system and optimum energy. As a sweet, cooling, nourishing and soothing herb it is considered by Ayurvedic practitioners to be the perfect energetic balance to clear some of the uncomfortable menopausal hot flushes, night sweats, memory loss, anxiety and dryness in the body. It can also be used to optimize fertility and increase the production of breast milk. Shatavari is considered to be the best general tonic for women in Ayurveda, clinically proven to promote fertility, strengthen the uterus, regulate menstruation, promote the flow of breast milk, assist in recovery from childbirth and alleviate many symptoms of the menopause. The natural alternative to HRT. It can be safely used through all stages of a women's life, and has been in use for over a 1000 years. It is the supreme woman's tonic. It contains phyto-estrogens, a natural substance that rebalances estrogen levels in women. These hormones play an important role in a woman's long term health, preventing heart disease and osteoporosis. It is also known to eliminate the Candida bacteria, so it can be a helpful remedy for thrush, if used regularly and consistently, it is a slow acting.
Dashmool is a combination of 10 herbs that are especially pacifying to Vata Dosha. These are especially beneficial to the uterus and lungs and should be considered by people doing Pranayama or even Nasya treatment.It is a combination of roots from five big trees known as Brihat Panchamool, reducing Vata and Kapha, and five roots from smaller shrubs, reducing Vata and Pitta, known as Laghu Panchamool so Dashmool is useful in harmonizing all the three Doshas.
Ingredients: Bilva root (Aegle marmelos),Agnimantha root (Premna integrifolia),Shyonaka root (Oroxylum indicum), Patala root (Stereospermym suaveolens),Kashmari root (Gmelina arborea),Bruhati root (Solanum indicum), Kantakari root (Solanum xanthocarpum), Shalaparni root (Desmodium gangeticum), Prushniparni root (Uraria picta), Gokshura root (Tribulus terrestris).
Dashmool harmonizes all the three Doshas. It specially balances the Vata and Kapha Doshas
Vatashamana : Dashmool pacifies Vata and nourishes the nervous system
Kasasvasahara : Dashmool alleviates cough and respiratory discomfort
Jwarahara : Dashmool is very useful in fever and associated physical and psychological discomfort.
Shoolaghna : Dashmool alleviates pain
Dashmool calms down Vata and nervous system; and directs the flow of Vata downwards,is used as a decoction or enema for lower back pain, sciatica, tremors, Parkinson's disease and inflammation in the pelvic and sacral region.In dry cough and respiratory weakness when there is high Vata, is be used as a tonic to strengthen the system, acts as an antispasmodic and muscle tonic to alleviate the weakness of the tissues caused by aggravated Vata, is also prescribed in conditions of high cholesterol, cough, cold and fever accompanied by headache, is extremely useful in puerperal diseases like fever, anorexia, anemia, body-ache and general edema, coughing and breathing problems, pharyngitis and giddiness, is very effective in menstrual disorders; it reduces swelling in reproductive organs and strengthens the female reproductive system, calms the mind and promotes sound, restful sleep, promotes the ability to maintain homeostasis and resist stress, is especially beneficial in stress related disorders such as arthritis, hypertension, diabetes, general debility, etc.
Kumari promotes menstrual flow.

Indications
Raktapradara
Pradara roga
shula Menorrhagia
Menstryal Disorders
Leucorrhoea
Amenorrhoea
Oligo Menorrhoea
Dysmenorrhoea
Dosage of the Drug
10ml thrice or twice daily or as directed by physician
Packing Details
200 ml in pet container
Syrup Composition
Each 10ml contains extracts equivalent to
Ashoka Saraca asoca 800 mg.
Lodhra Symplocos racemosus 800 mg.
Shatavari Asparagus racemosus 600 mg.
Dashmool Aegle marmelos 400 mg.
Kumari Aloe barbedensis 300 mg.
Punernava Borehevia diffusa 300 mg.
Yesthimadhu Glycyrrhiza glabra 200 mg.