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JIVA EQUILINE TABLET

(60 tablet in packet)
JIVA EQUILINE TABLET
Product Details
Jiva Equiline Tablet contains herbs including Sankhapuspi and ashwagandha which help relieve your anxiety, nourish and strengthen the mind, besides boosting energy levels and maximizing relaxation. High blood pressure is associated more with pitta and Kapha types than with the Vata types. Jiva Equiline Tablet is formulated for optimum control of hypertension, prevention of its complications while helping to bring blood pressure down to normal ranges.
 
Ingredients
Jiva Equiline Tablet has Ashwagandha, Sankhapuspi, Tagar, Shatavari, Haritaki, Brahmi, Amla etc.
 
Directions of use:
Jiva Equiline Tablet to be swallowed with water or as directed by the Physician.
 
Indication:
Jiva Equiline Tablet is recommended high blood pressure and associated symptoms.
 
Action:
The Brahmi has been established as a powerful nerve and brain tonic. It is the main revitalizing herb for the nerves and the brain cells. It has a reputation for increasing intelligence, longevity, and circulation in the brain, improving both short-term and long-term memory and decreasing senility. 
Shankapushpi is very beneficial for the nervous system, enhancing the quality of bone marrow.
Tagar is Kapha and Vata palliative and strengthens the immune system.
Amla is a powerful antioxidant and exhibits cholesterol-lowering properties.
Haritaki is traditionally one of the best herbs for balancing Vata dosha. The rhizome Shatavari, commonly known as asparagus is a rejuvenating herb that cools the body and strengthens and nourishes the tissues. It also removes excess Vata and Pita from the system. 
The use of ashwagandha maximizes the body’s ability to resist stress and enables the body to reserve and sustain vital energy throughout the day while promoting sound, restful sleep at night.
 
Contraindications: None.
 
Use under medical supervision.
 

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Content on this page was last updated on 09 August, 2016, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)