|Sr No.||Ingredients||Botanical Name||Reference||Part Used||Proportion|
|1||Amalaki||Emblica officinalis||API-1/Page-05||Fruit||57.1 %|
|2||Yastimadhu||Glycyrrhiza glabra||API-1/Page-127||Root||28.6 %|
|3||Loh Bhasma||Iron (calcined)||AFI-Vol-1/Page-625||Calcined Part||14.3 %|
Form of Medicine : Round – Standard Concave Tablet
Colour of the Medicine : Blackish Brown Colour
Weight of Medicine :
Prescribed Dosage : As per Physician Advice.
500mgs to 1 gram, 1 tablets 2 times a day.
Dose for children between 5 – 12 years – half to 1 tablet once or twice a day.
Dose for children between 12-18 years – 1 tablet 2 – 3 times a day.
Direction of Use : Take one tablet three times a day, along with lukewarm water an hour before taking breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Dhatri Loh has following medicinal properties.
Antacid, Appetizer, Carminative, Digestive Stimulant, Cholagogue, Mild Laxative, Haematinic, Hemostatic, Antioxidants.
Shularoga (Gastric ulcer/Duodenal ulcer/Colic), Pandu (Anaemia), Kamala (Jaundice), Amlapitta (Dyspepsia/ Gastritis/ Acid Peptic Diseases), Netraroga (Eye disorder), Palita (Graying of hair), Vibandha (Constipation), Anaha (Distension of abdomen due to obstruction to passage of urine and stools), Mandagni (Impaired digestive fire), Raktapitta (Bleeding disorder).
Common Use :
Loss of appetite, colicky pain, Dyspepsia, Gastritis, Acid-peptic Diseases, Burning sensation in chest & abdomen, constipation, Anemia, Gray hair, Good for Eyes etc.
This is best avoided in children and during pregnancy.
Side Effects : There are no known side effects with this medicine. It can be taken during lactation period under medical supervision. Store in a cool dry place.