Therapeutic concentration of herbs for treating acute or chronic liver disorders, repairs and restores damaged liver cells, protects hepatic parenchyma, helps in Hepatitis B.
LIVEX Caplet contains therapeutic concentration of herbs for treating acute and chronic liver disorders. It helps to restore damaged tissue in drug and radiation induced liver damage. It protects hepatic parenchyma, thus helps slow down alcoholic and other liver damage and helps recovery in Hepatitis B virus. Liver disease is the tenth most common cause of death in India as per the World Health Organization and may affect every one in Five Indians. In spite of consistent human effort and drug discovery, modern drug has very little to offer. Yet Ayurved formulation like Livex Caplet has shown promising results
Bhringraj exibits a remarkable effect on repair and regeneration of hepatic cells. It brings about the breaking down and expulsion of toxins and offers anti-inflammatory action, improves secretion of digestive enzymes in liver and neutralizes accumulated toxins. It prevents and treats hepatic fibrosis. Overall it improves liver function and reduces the progress of disease. It stabilizes bilirubin secretion and allows faster recovery from jaundice and hepatitis
Sarpunkha is highly effective in both hepatic and splenic diseases and used in the treatment of liver cirrhosis and splenomegaly. This herb is very beneficial to maintain the healthy hemoglobin levels in body. In Ayurveda Sharpunkha has been identified as the great herb for liver recovery from disease. It is good for digestive system and also helps to manage the digestive disorders. Sarpunkha is quite unique to manage splenomegaly. It helps in production of blood cells. This herb also manage the symptoms like anemia, fatigue, easy bleeding, fullness of stomach and pain in upper abdomen which are associated with splenomegaly.
Punarnava is highly effective for alcoholic liver disease. It has the ability to protect the liver tissues against the harmful effects of alcohol and toxins. It helps to strengthen the liver functions and relieve the symptoms of fatty liver
Bhuamlaki supports the functioning of paranchyma in hepatocytes and improves liver function, it is highly effective in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease which is one of the major global health issues, strongly correlated with insulin resistance, obesity due to dietary habits and sedentary life style
Manjishtha is known as a good detoxifier and hepato corrective and brings back required balance in liver function, it also purifies blood and improves circulation for rapid recovery. It cleans and regulates pancreas, spleen, liver as well as kidneys and allows to function effectively
Giloy or Guduchi has the ability to detoxify your liver and help in proper functioning. It might also act as a remedy for fatty liver is a potent tonic, and is effective for chronic debilitating ailments it supports in areas of immunomodulation, and liver disorders by protecting against toxins
Amla is known as one of the richest sources of vitamin C. What is less well-known is its ability in treatment of sluggish liver and keep the liver functioning at optimal levels
Rohitaka is a good astringent and a liver tonic and checks spleen enlargement.
Neem and Sariva are also well known for preventing infections as Neem exhibits exceptional anti-bacterial, anti-viral and protective action. Sariva acts on Raktavahstrotasa and is the best choice for control and treatment of infective hepatitis.
Yashtimadhu or Mulethi and Kumari are well known to protect and improve the functioning of hepatocytes and in digestive enzyme and bile secretion by reducing hepatomegaly. It also checks acidity.
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