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    Livomap Tablet

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    Livomap Tablet
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    LIVOMAP TABLETS

    HIGHLY EFFECTIVE FOR:

    Absorption of nutrients.

    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

    Livomap is a judicious combination of highly documented liver protective herbs providing perfect protection to the liver in health, infection and inflammation.

    In health, Livomap energizes liver and stimulates appetite. It improves flow of bile and prevents formation of gall stones.

    Livomap is a potent antiviral, resolves symptoms in viral hepatitis and prevents chances of carrying the virus. Phyllanthus niruri and Picrorhiza Kurroa have been experimentally proved to have anti-HBs Ag activity.

    Livomap reduces inflammation, promotes regeneration of liver cells by promoting protein and nucleic acid synthesis and thus reverses the cirrhotic [degenerative] changes brought on by chronic alcoholism or chronic hepatitis.

    Livomap is a superior hepatoprotective.

    INDICATIONS:

    Infective Hepatitis, both viral & bacterial,

    Icterus neonatum,

    sluggish Liver,

    Hepatomegaly,

    Anorexia,

    Adjuvant in the treatment of amoebiasis, anaemia, gastro-intestinal problems, diabetes, ascites, hepatic dyspepsia and malabsorption syndrome.

    INGREDIENTS:

    Boerhaavia diffusa - 60mg

    Melia azadirachta - 30mg

    Trichosanthes cucumerina 30mg

    Zingiber officinale - 30mg

    Picrorhiza kurroa - 30mg

    Tinospora cordifolia - 30mg

    Cedrus deodara - 30mg

    Terminalia chebula - 30mg

    Crataeva religiosa - 30mg

    Moringa Oleifera - 30mg

    Berberis aristata - 30mg

    Artemisia absinthium - 30mg

    Tephrosia Purpurea - 30mg

    Phyllanthus niruri - 30mg

    Processed in the aqueous extract of all above ingredients.

    DOSAGE: 1-2 Tablets twice a daily or as directed by the physician.

    PACKING: Each Box contains 10 strips of 10 tablets each, totalling 100 tablets.



    Use under medical supervision.

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    Content on this page was last updated on 08 March, 2017, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)