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Chandraprabha Gulika 50 Nos

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Chandraprabha vati also known as Chandraprabha Gulika and Chandraprabha Vatika is a classical Ayurvedic formulation and medicine, markedly used to help in the treatment of of Prameha, which correlates in many ways with obesity, metabolic syndrome and diabetes mellitus. It is also used in the treatment of diseases related to kidneys, bladder, urniary tract, pancreas, bones, joints, and the thyroid gland.
Chandraprabha Prabha Gulika is known to aid in the following healing properties including as an antacid, an anti-inflammatory, and anti-arthritic especially for spine and lower back pain. It is also known to aid in digestive stimulation, and in the formation of red blood cells while helping to lower bilirubin.

It is also recommended in the management of diabetes, male and female reproductive issues and mental disorders. Chandraprabha is beneficial when dealing with disorders such as kidney stones, urinary incontinence, benign prostatic hyperplasia, male infertility, erectile dysfunction, diabetes, dysmenorrhea, oligomenorrhea, amenorrhea, polycystic ovarian disease, anxiety, the effects of mental stress, and depression.

It is also one of the prescriptions as an Ayurvedic medicine for holistic health, as a supplement for reducing general debility, and for helping increase physical strength. Chandraprabha Gulika assists in increasing the excretion of harmful toxins like creatinine, urea and uric acid from the body and is helpful in correcting the natural functions of kidney and helps to eliminate the excess uric acid.

 



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  • Karpoor
  • Ativisha
  • Haridra
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  • Amalaki
  • Haritaki
  • Bibhitaki
  • Chavya
  • Bhunimba
  • Vidanga
  • Devdaru
  • Dhania
  • Guduchi (Giloy)
  • Chitraka bark
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  • Darvi
  • Maricha
  • Pippali
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  • Sarjikshaar
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  • Saindhav Lavan
  • Suvarchal Lavan
  • Vida Lavan
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  • Trivrit
  • Danti mool
  • Dalchini
  • Tejpatta
  • Ela
  • Vankshalochana
  • Lauha Bhashma – Ferric ash


As directed by the Physician



  • Aids in the treatment of urinary infection
  • Helps to provide relief from constipation
  • Helps improve respiratory functioning
  • Assists in the treatment of skin infections

 



  • Relief from urinary infections
  • Stimulates digestion

  • Helps reduce joint pain and inflammation



Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Chandraprabha Vati also known as Chandraprabha Gulika is an ayurvedic medicine that helps with the treatment regarding human metabolism, obesity, and diabetes.

Yes, the Chandraprabha Gulika medicine helps treat infections and diseases that are related to the urinary tract and kidneys. This is because of the anti-inflammatory properties of its ingredients that help reduce the symptoms that come with UTI and kidney stones as well.

When the liver is aggravated it can lead to high bile production or blocks in the bile production. Chandraprabha Gulika helps treat fatty liver by reducing inflammation and strengthening the immune system.

Chandraprabha vati has anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties that play a vital role in reducing swelling and pain in joints, lower back, and the spine. It also stabilizes blood pressure and makes for a holistic remedy for patients suffering from high blood pressure.

No, pregnant women should avoid consuming Chandraprabha Gulika during pregnancy and after pregnancy as well, especially during the breastfeeding period.

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