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ANTARTH CAPSULE

(30 capsules in strip)
ANTARTH CAPSULE
Product Details
ANTARTH CAPSULES

The potent and proven anti-arthritic.

PRODUCT CONCEPT:
Antarth SGC is a clinically proven anti-arthritic which effectively ameliorates joint pain and stiffness associated with arthritis. Antarth is designed to improve joint mobility, delay cartilage damage and also help to regenerate cartilage of the affected joint due to the presence of analgesic and anti inflammatory, immunomodulatory, rejuvenative, chondroprotective, anti oxidant properties of the standardized herbal extracts present in their optimum therapeutic dosage.

INDICATIONS:
Osteoarthritis.
Rheumatoid arthritis.
Cervical and lumbar spondylitis.
Frozen shoulder.
Low back ache.

BENEFITS:
Fast relief from pain and inflammation.
Prevents cartilage degeneration and delays disease progression by virtue of its chondroprotective action.
Helps to regenerate cartilage by its immunomodulatory action.
Promotes joint agility and mobility by imparting strength to the musculoskeletal system.
Reduces morning stiffness due to anti-inflammatory action.
Prevents crippling by delaying disease progression by virtue of potent anti-oxidant action
Safe for long term use.

PRODUCT RATIONALE:
Antarth contains Boswellia serrata ( Salai guggul), Commiphora mukul, (Shuddha guggul), Curcuma longa and Vitex negundo which are potent anti inflammatory and analgesic, help to reduce pain and inflammation.
Alpinia galangal (Kulinjan) and Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha) by virtue of their proven chondroprotective action prevent and arrest cartilage degradation and arrest disease progression.
Withania somnifera, Asphaltum, Tribulus terrestris and Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia) are proven immunomodulators and rejuvenators by virtue of their free radical scavenging activity (anti-oxidants).

DOSAGE:
2 SGC b.i.d after meals for minimum 8 -12 weeks or as advised by the physician.

PACKING: 30 Caps.

Use under medical supervision.

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Content on this page was last updated on 05 February, 2016, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)