|Sr No.||Ingredients||Botanical Name||Reference||Part Used||Proportion|
|1||Amalaki||Emblica officinalis||API-Vol-1/Page-05||Fruit||450 mgs|
|2||Processed in Amalaki Swaras||Emblica officinalis||API-Vol-1/Page-05||Fresh Fruit Juice||Q.S.|
Form of Medicine : Round Biconvex Tablet
Colour of the Medicine : Blackish Brown Colour
Disintegration Time : Not more than 60 min
Weight of Medicine : 450 mgs / Tab
Prescribed Dosage : As per Physician Advice.
3 to 4 gms daily in divided doses, 2 tablets 2 – 3 times a day.
Dose for children below 5 years – half to 1 tablet twice a day after food.
Dose for children between 5 – 12 years – 1 tablet 2 – 3 times a day after food.
Dose for children between 12-18 years – 1-2 tablets 2 – 3 times a day.
Direction of Use : Take tablet 2-3 times a day, along with lukewarm water an hour before taking breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Amalaki Rasayan Tablet has following medicinal properties.
Antioxidant and free radical scavenging activity, Immunomodulatory, Adaptogenic, Antihyperlipidemic, Hypolipidemic, and Anti-atherogenic effect, Anti-cancer and Anti-proliferative activity, Radioprotective activity, HIV-reverse transcriptase inhibitory activity, Anti-diabetic and hypoglycemic activity, Anti ulcerogenic activity, Digestive stimulant, Antacid, Haematinic, Hematogenic, Antianemic, Anti-atherogenic, Anti ulcerogenic activity, Hepato-protective activity, Anti-ageing, Aphrodisiac activity, Ergogenic, Bioenhancer.
Textual Properties & Indications : Anuloma (Corrects the flow of Nutrients / Vata / Wastes), Raktapittahara (Cures pitta dominant disorders and bleeding disorders), Kaphahara (Gives relief in pitta dominant disorders), Jivaniya (Life (Longevity) – giving and rejuvenative), Rasayana (Rejuvenative – to restore former nutrimental state), Raktashodhana (Purifies the blood), Raktavardhaka (Nourishes Rakta dhatu), Vajikarak (Aphrodisiac, Increase semen and/or give force to its ejaculation, Increases sexual potency), Medhya (Tonic to the mind), Hridaya (Heart tonic), Chakshushya (Good for eyes, improves eyesight), Keshya (Hair tonic), Tridoshaghna (Reduces Vata-Pitta-Kapha, It bring Vata-Pitta-Kapha in its original form and proportion to reinstate the health), Vayasthapana (Prevent the effects of age, Maintains youth), Prajasthapana (Treats infertility).
Common Use : Premature ageing (Premature skin ageing, Wrinkles, Blemishes, premature graying and falling of hair, Premature General weakness, Delay or improper drug response etc.), Low Immunity, excess weakness after choric diseases, Eye fatigue, Eye strain, Irritated eyes, Double vision, Difficulty refocusing the eyes, Blurred vision, Redness in eyes, Burning sensation in eyes, Weak eyesight, Ocular Hypertension – reduces intraocular pressure (IOP), Mental fatigue, Memory loss, Headache with heat or burning sensation, Vertigo linked with heartburn and gastritis, Anxiety and Stress, Gastritis, Acid peptic disease, Anemia, Jaundice, Fatty liver, Hepatomegaly, Splenomegaly, Atherosclerosis, Dyslipidemia (High Cholesterol & Triglyceride levels), Impotency, Infertility due to oligospermia, Diabetes, Cancer etc.
Contraindications : This is best avoided during pregnancy, due to strong herbs.
Side Effects : In people with sensitive stomach, this medicine may cause mild gastric irritation.
It can be taken during lactation period, for a limited period of time and in children under medical supervision. Store in a cool dry place.