Powder Based Herbal Remedy Hingwastak Churan is used in stomach related disorders such as Indigestion, Colic and Constipation. It balances Vata and Kapha and increases pitta. This is also helpfull in loss of appetite, loss of taste and bloading. This Product is Manufactured by Shree Natural Remedies in India. A GMP & ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company.


Dosage: Take 4-5 gm churan empty stomach or after meals with warm water.


पाउडर आधारित हर्बल हिंग्वाष्टक चूरन का उपयोग पेट से संबंधित विकारों जैसे कि अपच, कब्ज व अन्य पेट सम्बन्धी विकारों में किया जाता है, यह वात और कफ को संतुलित करता है और पित्त को बढ़ाता है। यह भूख कम लगने, मुंह का जायका खराब होने व उल्टी में भी सहायक है। इस चूर्ण का उत्पादन श्री नैचुरल रैमेडिज़ द्वारा भारत में किया गया है, जोकि एक जी.एम.पी. एवं ISO 9001:2008 सर्टिफाईड कम्पनी है


सेवन विधिः 2 से 5 ग्राम चूर्ण गर्म पानी के साथ खाने के बाद।

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Phylianthus Emblica
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