What does Anuloma DS do? What is Anuloma DS used for?
Anuloma DS is an herbal Ayurvedic medicine for the effective treatment of acute or chronic constipation. It contains natural Senna leaves, an FDA-approved nonprescription laxative. [Source]
When to use Anuloma DS?
· Acute constipation
· Chronic constipation
· Constipation associated with other medical conditions like- piles, old age, surgery, or pregnancy.
· Excessive flatulence (gas)
Benefits of Anuloma DS Tablets
The natural medicinal ingredients of Anuloma DS have the following benefits, leading to a relief for the patients in the indications as stated above:
It acts as a great laxative for relief in constipation. This purgative property comes from Senna leaves, the primary ingredient of this Ayurvedic medicine.
It is a natural carminative, i.e. helps in relieving flatulence (gas). A combination of Ajmoda, Cumin seeds, Licorice, Dry Ginger, Rock Salt etc lead to this property.
How to take Anuloma DS?
The general dosage instructions for Anuloma DS are:
1-2 tablets at bedtime.
The recommended dosage of medicine is 1-2 tablets once a day, before going to bed or as directed by a physician.
It is to be taken with water.
Or take as directed by a doctor.
Ingredients of Anuloma DS Tablets
Each Anuloma DS contains the following key ingredients among others:
Ajamoda [Ptychotis ajowan] – 16 mg
Jeeraka [Cuminum cyminum] – 16 mg
Balharda [Terminalia chebula] – 16 mg
Yastimadhu [Glycyrrhiza glabra] – 16 mg
Shunti [Zingiber officinale] – 16 mg
Saindhava lavana [Rock salt] – 20 mg
Swarnaksheeri [Cassia lanceolata] – 1100 mg – It is an Ayurvedic herb more popularly known as Senna. It is mainly used as a blood purifier, laxative- for relieving constipation and to treat skin diseases.
Ajamoda Ptychotis ajowan 16 mg
Jeeraka Cuminum cyminum16 mg
Balharda Black terminalia chebula 16 mg
Yashtimadhu Glycyrriza glabra 16 mg
Shunthi Zingiber officinale16 mg
Saindhav Salt Natural potassium nitricum 20 mg
Sonamukhi Cassia lanceolata 1160 mg
How Does Anuloma DS Work?
Cassia angustifolia (Cassia lanceolata Wall., Cassia elongata Lem—Lisanc., Cassia medicinatis Bisch., Senna officinalis Roxb., Senna angustifolia Batka) is Latin name of Senna.
Senna contains a glucoside acid called cathartic acid, chrysoretin a yellow coloring matter, a peculiar non-fermentable saccharine crystalline principle termed cathartomannite and two bitter principles sennacrol and sennapicrin. Senna leaf and fruit are stimulant laxatives, where the leaf is a stronger cathartic than the fruit.
Precautions and Side Effects
There are no recorded side effects with this medicine.
Overdose may result in loose motion.
Store in a cool dry place, in an airtight container.
Keep out of reach and sight of children.
Avoid this during pregnancy. It is fine to take this during lactation and in children, under medical supervision.
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