Normact Tablet

100 Nos

₹490.00

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Normact Tablet

Manage Hypertension, Naturally

Normact tablet is a unique proprietary anti-hypertensive formulation that helps manage elevated blood pressure. Normact tabletnatural cardio-protective, rejuvenative and a powerful anti-oxidant, Normact tablet improves blood circulation.

 

COMPOSITION:

Each NORMACT™  TABLET is prepared out of :

  • Sigru (Moringa oleifera)………………………………………………………………………………….. 85 mg
  • Arjuna (Terminalia arjuna)………………………………………………………………………………. 85 mg
  • Upakunchika (Nigella sativa) …………………………………………………………………………….60 mg
  • Gandira (Coleus Sp.)………………………………………………………………………………………50 mg
  • Lasuna (Allium sativum) ………………………………………………………………………………….40 mg
  • Draksha (Vitis vinifera)…………………………………………………………………………………… 40mg
  •  Sarpagandha (Rauwolfia serpentina)…………………………………………………………………..40 mg

 

Normact tablet is an ayurvedic medicine that helps people with high bp. It is a proprietary medicine from Kerala Ayurveda that is prescribed for those who experience high blood pressure. Normact tablet Ayurveda has Sarpagandha as one of its main ingredients. The sarpagandha tablets for blood pressure also have other ingredients that make it a complete heart health medicine, which helps keeps the heart healthy and reduces high BP.

 

Normet tablet is made from natural substances that are anti-oxidant in nature and helps rejuvenate the functioning of the blood vessels, thereby aiding the proper functioning of the heart. The sarpagandha tablet can be very helpful in improving blood circulation.

 

The normact tablet uses are:

 

  • It primarily helps in managing high blood pressure
  • It helps to manage the levels of sodium in the blood, which contributes to an increase in blood pressure
  • It helps protect the heart and prevents it from being damaged due to high blood pressure

Normact tablets are prescribed for hypertension. They should be consumed as prescribed by the physician. Usually, one to two tablets are prescribed to be taken two times a day. The Normact tablets from Kerala Ayurveda come in a box with 100 tablets. Normact tablet has ingredients that include Sigru, Arjuna, Upakaunchika, Gandira, Lasuna, Draksha, and Sarpagandha.

 

As a part of holistic treatment, apart from taking normact tablets, one must adopt strict measures for lifestyle changes. Exercise, diet, weight loss, meditation, and Yoga along with medicines helps on not just reducing blood pressure but can maintain blood pressure.

 

Ingredient list

 

Normact tablets have the following ingredients.

 

Sarpagandha

  • Sarpagandha or Rauwolfia serpentina works on Vata and Pitta doshas
  • It is a powerful ayurvedic medicine that has multiple medicinal properties.
  • It is primarily used to treat hypertension
  • It has the substance Reserpine, which depletes neurotransmitters, suppresses the sympathetic nerve function and thus reduces arterial blood pressure and the heart rate.
  • Sarpagandha’s action is long-lasting and is thus effective
  • It is used in combinations with other medications like Arjuna

Arjuna

  • Arjuna or Terminalia Arjuna is well-known for providing various health benefits
  • Arjuna helps strengthen the heart muscle and is thus used as a cardio-protective medicine.
  • It is a very good medicine for lowering cholesterol. It is found to decrease LDL and increase the levels of good cholesterol, i.e.: HDL cholesterol
  • It can reverse the hardening of arteries and thus protects the heart
  • It has hypolipidemic properties. It is diuretic in nature and can help to reduce sodium levels.  This is the reason it is prescribed as a medicine for the treatment of hypertension

Sigru

  • Sigru is Moringa oleifera, the common vegetable drumstick. The leaf, bark, root, and seeds of the plant have rich medicinal properties
  • Sigru is an excellent ayurvedic remedy used for the treatment of high blood pressure. It reduces high bp and improves the functioning of the circulatory system
  • It can reduce high cholesterol and thus keep the heart healthy
  • It is used to pacify Vata and kapha doshas

Upakaunchika

  • Upakaunchika or Nigella sativa is commonly known as Kalonji or small fennel
  • The seeds of Nigella sativa have been found to be helpful in reducing blood tension . They can be helpful in those having moderate hypertension
  • It is good for balancing Kapha and Vata doshas
  • It is used to treat high cholesterol levels and is thus good for the heart

Lasuna

  • Lasuna or Allium sativum is garlic one of the common spices. This is a unique spice that has five of the six tastes
  • It helps to balance Vata and kapha doshas
  • Garlic has multiple health benefits and is used in can be eaten raw or taken with medicines
  • Garlic is known for reducing blood pressure levels and studies have found that it reduces blood pressure by 10mm Hg systole and 8mm Hg diastole.
  • Garlic has blood-thinning properties and can help in reducing high cholesterol levels, thus protecting the hear

Gandira

  • Gandira is Coleus forskohlii whose roots are medicinal in nature
  • It relaxes arterial walls and reduces high blood pressure
  • It is prescribed for cardio-vascular diseases
  • It is useful for weight loss

Draksha

  • Draksha or Vitis vinifera are grapes, a common fruit
  • It can balance Vata and Pitta doshas
  • It can be helpful in treating hypertension
  • It is useful to treat bleeding disorders

Hypertension or high blood pressure has today become a lifestyle disease. Stress, junk food, and a sedentary lifestyle have made incidences of hypertension very common. It is believed that in India 20% to 40% of people in urban areas and 12% to 17% of those in rural areas suffer from high blood pressure. 1 in 3 adults has high blood pressure. When the blood pressure exceeds 140 by 90mm Hg repeatedly, then a person is said to be suffering from high blood pressure. Most people do not have any symptoms, which makes hypertension dangerous. It can cause damage to the blood vessels and lead to a heart attack or stroke. Fortunately, hypertension can be treated by Ayurveda medicines and blood pressure levels can be brought under control. Regular check-ups by a physician can help detect elevated blood pressure.

 

Causes of high blood pressure

 

There are two types of hypertension – primary and secondary.

Primary hypertension or essential hypertension is more common and it develops over a long period of time.

 

The reasons for developing primary hypertension are:

 

  • Hereditary, when parents suffer from hypertension
  • Changes in the environment like stressful life, improper diet, lack of exercise, obesity, etc
  • Physical changes in the body due to kidney functioning can affect blood pressure levels

Secondary hypertension happens due to some other reasons, including diseases or other conditions

 

They include:

 

  • Excess consumption of alcohol
  • Drug abuse
  • Problems with body organs like kidney, adrenal gland, thyroid, or endocrine glands
  • Side effects of certain medications
  • Results of heart-related problems
  • Sleep apnea

There are certain risk factors that make a person prone to suffer from hypertension:

 

  • Being overweight
  • Consuming excess of salt
  • Smoking
  • Those over 65 years of age are at higher risk
  • Lack of potassium in the diet

Ayurveda’s view of hypertension

 

The tridoshas of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha are the guiding principle in the working of Ayuveda, which believes that a fine balance between the three is needed for good health. Imbalance in any of the doshas can cause diseases and disorders in health. Ayurveda does not consider high blood pressure as a disease, since it tends to have no major symptoms. Hypertension has different names in Ayurveda and is termed Vyanabala vaishamya.

 

Blood flows from the heart to other parts of the body and then flows back to the heart. The movement of blood through the blood vessels is known as Sirah. The movement of blood (rakta) in the blood vessels is controlled by the Samana Vata. Blood circulation, as per Ayurveda, is managed by the Vata dosha, with the Vyana Vata in particular. According to Charaka, systolic blood pressure is controlled by the Vyana Vata.

 

The heart functioning, as per Ayurveda, is controlled by the Prana Vata. Thus, the Vyana Vata and the Prana Vata are the controlling forces behind blood circulation. When it comes to the diastole, the heart does not do anything and the blood moves through the structure of the heart and arteries. This is attributed to Kapha dosha, since Kapha is responsible for the structural organs.

 

The basal metabolic rate of the body works through the Pitta dosha, with the Pachaka Pitta being prevalent. Blood pressure is essentially a Vata function, aided by Kapha and Pitta. High salt, low potassium, lack of exercise, stress all cause an imbalance in the doshas. This leads to increase of pressure on the walls of the blood vessels.

 

Ayurveda, as per Charaka, focuses on Nidana parivarjana whereby the factor that causes the disease needs to be avoided. In this case, it is salt in food and fatty foods that need to be avoided. Ayurveda prescribes Shamshodhana chikitsa  or cleansing therapies that cleanse the body of toxins to create energy balance and restore the functioning of the doshas. Ayurvedic medicine for hypertension can be very helpful in reducing the blood pressure level. Common herbs used to prepare ayurvedic medicine for blood pressure include Sarpagandha, Ashwagandha, Jatamanasi, Arjuna, and Rasana.

 

Apart from treatment, Ayurveda highlights prevention. Lifestyle change is essential to treat hypertension.

 

The following would be prescribed as a part of the holistic treatment of hypertension:

Consuming a balanced diet with the following:

 

  • Fresh fruits and vegetables are consumed
  • Eating low fat and low calorie food
  • Eating food rich in fibre
  • Including nuts as a part of diet
  • Including garlic and onion in the diet
  • Avoid excess consumption of salt. One must limit salt consumption to less than 5 grams per day 
  • Regular exercise with the aim of reducing weight and keeping the heart healthy
  • Avoiding coffee, tobacco, and alcohol
  • Relaxing the mind by avoiding stress and anger. Practicing of Yoga and meditation is advised

 

 

 



INDICATIONS:

  • Hypertension

 

DOSAGE:

1 to 2 tablets twice daily or as directed by the physician.

 

PRESENTATION:  100 Tablets in a box (10 x10 blister)

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