Liver and spleen disorder and good for co-therapy.
Butea monosperma in Livrex syrup acts as an antidiarrhoeal, antidysenteric, aphrodisiac, purgative, anthelmintic. Solanum nigrum is effective in the treatment of cirrhosis of the liver. Cichorium Intybus reduces inflammation of liver, stomach and spleen, useful in jaundice, dropsy and other related diseases of liver and stomach, reduces bilious heat and acts as blood purifier and diuretic.
Prunus amygdalus in Badam Roghan oil is soothing and sedative in nature. It can be applied as soothing agent on skin. It is used for facial neuralgia and can be used to remove spots from the face. It also helps in removal of constipation when we externally apply it on skin.
Emblica officinalis in Triphala Syrup is an effective liver tonic and a mild laxative. It also helps in improving the appetite and digestion. Terminalia chebula is having a laxative and astringent property. Terminalia belerica expels stones or other kapha-type accumulations in the digestive, urinary, and respiratory tracts. It is unique in being both laxative and astringent, so it purges the bowels, while simultaneously toning the tissues of the digestive tract. Terminalia belerica is widely used in treatment of liver diseases and gastro-intestinal complaints.