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Chandraprabha Bati

Shree Baidyanath is the country’s leading Ayurvedic medicine manufacturing and marketing organization since 1917, the company with its headquarters in Calcutta has the mission to make low cost and efficacious medicines available to all sections of society, especially the impoverished millions of this country. Today Baidyanath has 10 manufacturing units in the country and products over 700 Ayurvedic formulations.

Chandraprabha Bati acts like a nutritive tonic, antacid, laxative, diaphoretic and useful as a diuretic, for albuminuria and renal calculi. It is also indicated in gonorrhoea, pruritis vulva, lumbago and chicken pox.

Main ingredients of Chandraprabha BatiCHANDRAPRABHA BATI

Chandan (Santalum album):

It is used for purifying for bladder infections, cystitis, kidney or bladder inflammation or congestion, pelvic and prostrate congestion.
In Asian medicine Sandalwood is also used for abdominal pain, burning sensation, difficulty in swallowing, stomach pain, headache, abnormal thirst, and vomiting. Folk uses include treatment of heat and sunstroke, gonorrhea, and excessive sex drive.

Shilajit (Asphaltum) :

Shilajit is especially employed in genito-urinary diseases like anasarca renal stone, renal and bladder calculi and anuria. It is indicated in diabetes where it reduces the quantity of sugar in urine, in nervous diseases like hysteria, neuresthenia, epilepsy and insanity, in uterine troubles like amenorrhoea, dysmenorrhoea and menorrhagia. It is also indicated in respiratory diseases like asthma, tuberculosis, phthisis, in hepatic and gastrointestinal diseases like gall stone, jaundice, enlarged spleen, fermentive dyspepsia and also in diseases like leprosy, eczema and elephantisis. It is also beneficial in bone fracture. 

Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia)

It is an antiperiodic, alterative and a diuretic. Its stem and root are valuable tonic in debilitating diseases, intermittent fever and dyspepsia. Chief constituents are berberine, bitter substance.

Chiraita (Swertia chirata)

Possesses stomachic, antidiarrhoetic, anthelmintic, tonic and febrifuge properties. It contains ophelic acid, an amorphous bitter principle. Chiratin a yellow bitter glucoside, resins, gum, carbonates and phosphate of potash, lime and magnesia, ash 4% to 6%.

Kapoor kachri (Hedychium spicatum)

Root is employed as stomachic, carminative, bitter, tonic and stimulant, useful in dyspepsia. It contains starch, cellulose, mucilage, albumen, saccharine matter, acid resin, fixed oil, essential methyl paracumarin acetate and an odorous body.

Bach (Sweet flag, Acorus calamus)

Root and rhizome are stimulant, emetic, nauseant, stomachic, aromatic, expectorant, carminative, antispasmodic and nervine sedative. In large doses it produces violent and persistent emesis.

It contains a volatile essential oil, acorin, a bitter principle acoretin (choline), calamine (useful in dysentery), starch, mucilage, a little tannin. The dried rhizome yields 1.5% to 2.7% of a neutral yellow, aromatic, essential oil having an agreeable odour. The fresh aerial parts yield about 0.123% of the volatile oil, the unpeeled roots, however, give a much better yield from 1.5% to 3.5%. acorin, a glucoside, is a honey like liquid very bitter and aromatic, soluble in alcohol, chloroform, ether, splitting into sugar and volatile oil. Acoretin is a resin like body yielding by reduction ethereal oil and sugar.

Haldi (Curcuma longa)

Curcuma longa has been shown to possess antiarthritic activity. Curcumine combines the chloretic and hydrocholagogic action in addition to antiseptic property and it is envisaged that this will be an ideal therapeutic agent in conditions of the biliary system and gall bladder where staphycoccal infection exists.

Curcuma longa also possesses antibacterial activity against gram positive and gram negative organism which was less as compared to penicillin and streptomycin.

Daru haldi (Berbery, Berberis aristata)

Root and wood are rich in a yellow alkaloid “berberine”, a bitter substance, which dissolves in acid and forms salts of the alkaloid. Root contains two more alkaloids. It is very useful in cases of remittent as well as intermittent fever and also in debility consequent there from. Decoction with emblic myrabolan is useful in painful micturation from bilious or acid urine. In combination with other Ayurvedic medicines it is given in leucorrhoea and menorrhagia.

 

INDICATION

Chandraprabha Bati is a classical ayurvedic supplements. It is generally known as "Uterine Tonic".
  • Useful as a diuretic and renal calculi.
  • Useful in gonorrhoea, pruritis vulva, lumbago.
  • It is effective in uterine troubles like amenorrhoea, dysmenorrhoea and menorrhagia in female
  • Antacid and laxative
  • Diaphoretic

DOSES

  •  1 – 2 tablets thrice daily or as directed by physician.

PRESENTATION


Chandraprabha Bati are available in

40 gm pack

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