Mrityunjaya (Anti-Ageing & Immunity Booster)
With the advancement of age the body deteriorates and there is increase in body fat, decreased bone density, decreased libido, wrinkles, decreased energy & weakened immune system. Though some changes due to ageing are inevitable, but others can be controlled. Mrityunjaya is the combination of 15 herbal and natural extracts that detoxify and revitalize our body cells and boost immunity. It mitigates or slows down the ageing process.
Benefits of 100% Herbal Mrityunjaya Capsules:
ü Anti-Ageing and Anti-Oxidant
ü Boosts Immunity
ü Decreases wrinkles
ü Improved Skin texture and appearance
ü Increased energy level
Ingredients used in Mrityunjaya are as follows:
1. Jeevanti (Leptadenia reticulate) : It's principal constituents are Leptadenol , n-triacontane, cetyl alcohol, ß-sitosterol, ß-amyrin acetate, lupanol 3-O –diglucoside and leptidin. The plant is stimulant and restorative and shows anti-bacterial activity against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria.The plant is also a stimulant and a tonic. The leaves and roots are useful in various skin diseases, inflammation of the skin and on wounds.
2. Amla (Emblica officinalis) : Fresh fruit is refrigerant, diuretic and laxative. Fruit is also carminative and stomachic. Dried fruit is sour and astringent. Bark is astringent. The herb is also aphrodisiac, haemostatic, nutritive tonic and rejuvenative. It increases red blood cell count. Amalaki is one of the highest natural sources of Vitamin C (3,000 mg per fruit). Amla fruit paste is main ingredient of Chavyanprash, a popular Ayurvedic tonic. Amla is known as Amritphala in Sanskrit, which literally means the fruit of heaven or nectar fruit. It is so called because it is rich in many desirable properties.
3. Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) : Improves immunity and protects heart, brain and other vital organs of body. Recent studies have proved that Ashwagandha stimulates the immune system. It has also been shown to inhibit inflammation and improve memory; these actions support the traditional reputation of Ashwagandha as a tonic or adaptogen. It counteracts the effects of stress and promotes feeling of wellness thus improves quality of life. Ashwagandha roots are used as tonic for brain and nervous system and in preventive health care in Ayurveda. It is described as Medhya Rasayana (beneficial to the brain) in Ayurvedic literatures. Regular use of Ashwagandha improves mental capabilities by enhancing the stress tolerance capacity. It is also known to stimulate immune functions.
4. Chitrak (Plumbago zeylanica) : Root is said to increase the digestive power and promote appetite. Plumbagin has well marked antiseptic properties. The root of the herb is used in cases of enlarged spleen.
This herb is used as part of many ayurvedic compound remedies for rubifacient applications. Root reduced to a paste is applied to abscesses to open them. A paste made of milk, vinegar, or salt and water may be applied in leprosy and other obstinate skin diseases, unhealthy ulcers, scabies etc. Ayurvedic doctors recommend the root of this herb for dyspepsia, piles, anasarca, diarrhea, skin diseases etc. A tincture of the root- bark is employed as an antiperiodic.
5. Ghritkumari (Aloe vera tourn) : Ghritkumari is described as multi functional herb in Ayurveda as blood purifier, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, uterine tonic, spermatogenic, laxative and fever reliver. It is used in Ayurvedic formulations for appetite-stimulant, purgative, emmenogogue and antheimintic, cough, colds, piles, debility, dyspnoea, asthma and jaundice. It is widely used in Ayurvedic formulations for liver protection and general debility.
6. Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia) : The stem of Guduchi is used in Ayurveda in formulations for sexual weakness of males and urinary complications. Ayurveda indicates its use in formulations for fever, gout, jaundice, malfunctioning of the liver, skin diseases, rheumatism, constipation, tuberculosis, and leprosy. It is a very good blood purifier and is widely used in Ayurvedic formulations for chronic skin diseases and immune diseases. Researches of modern times have reestablished its use for cancer. In Ayurveda it is indicated for hyperacidity, intestinal worms, anti emetic, indigestion and for general debility. Being a stimulant, cardiac tonic, liver protector it helps to improve immunity and protects heart, brain and other vital organs of body.
7. Gokhru (Tribulus terrestris) : Gokhru is indicated in Ayurveda for the treatment of urinary disorders, kidney diseases, diseases of the genito-urinary system, calculus affections and impotence. In Ayurvedic system of medicine Gokhru is indicated for use for regulation of heart functions, reduction of inflammation, indigestion, chronic cough and asthma also. In Ayurveda it is considered that Gokhru helps to improve vitality and vigor. Recent researches have proved it to be effective as analgesic, aphrodisiac, diuretic, lithotriptic, nervine, rejuvenative, tonic.
8. Haritkari (Terminalia chebula) : Haritkari is refrigerant, diuretic and laxative. It is also carminative and stomachic. Dried fruit is sour and astringent. Rejuvenative, tonic, astringent, laxative, nervine, expectorant, anthelmintic, alterative. The fruit from this herb is among the "Triphala" (combination of three herbs) of Ayurveda. It is useful in asthma, sore throat, vomiting, eye diseases, heart diseases and hiccup. Harad is a Rasayana herb which helps to improve immunity and protects heart, brain and other vital organs of body.
9. Karela (Momordica charantia) : Karela is used in Ayurveda for as digestive, carminative, antihelminthic, anti-inflammatory and as blood purifier. It is known for controlling obesity, lipids and blood sugar. Through recent researches it is proved that Bitter melon helps in controlling Diabetes, Psoriasis. The ripe fruit of bitter melon has been shown to exhibit some remarkable anticancer effects, especially leukemia. Karela has excellent properties of blood purification, detoxification, improving immunity and thus protects heart, brain, liver, kidney and other vital organs of body.
10. Madhuyashti (Glycyrrhiza glabra) : In Ayurveda it is used in formulations for anti-inflammatory, anti-hepatotoxic, anti-spasmodic, demulcent, emetic, expectorant, laxative, rejuvenative, sedative and as a general tonic. It is widely used in formulations for abdominal pain, bronchitis, colds, cough, hyperacidity, laryngitis, laxative, muscle spasms, sore throat, ulcers and painful urination. As an anti-hepatotoxic herb Mulati is effective in the treatment of chronic hepatitis and cirrhosis, for which it is been widely used in Japan. Antibody production is enhanced by glycyrrhizin, possibly through the production of interleukin. Glycyrrhizin inhibits the growth of several DNA and RNA viruses, inactivating Herpes simplex virus particles irreversibly. It has a wide variety of uses in respiratory conditions such as catarrh, bronchitis and various forms of coughs. It nourishes the brain-increasing cranial and cerebrospinal fluid. Madhuyashti helps to improve complexion, hair, and eyesight. Ayurvedic hair oil made of Madhuyashti prevents premature graying of hair and makes them strong and free from complaints like dandruff. Madhuyashti is a Rasayana herb which helps to improve immunity and protects heart, brain lungs, liver, kidney and other vital organs of body.
11. Methi (Trigonella foenum-graecum) : A wide range of uses are described in Ayurveda for Methi. In Ayurveda it is used medicinally for the treatment of wounds, abscesses, arthritis, bronchitis, and digestive disorders. In Traditional Chinese Medicine it is also used it for kidney problems and conditions affecting the male reproductive tract. Recent researches have proved it beneficial for Atherosclerosis, Constipation, Diabetes & High cholesterol . Hair oil made of Methi seeds helps to prevents premature graying of hair and makes them strong and free from dandruff. It is eaten by elders in winters as it helps to Improve immunity and protects heart, brain and other vital organs of body through its medicinal properties.
12. Shankhpushpi (Convolvulus pluricaulis) : Shankhpushpi is indicated as Medhya (brain tonic), digestive, appetite stimulant and carminative for digestive system. It has cardio-protective, heart strengthener and controls hypertension. It is used in Ayurvedic formulations for chronic cough as it has mucolytic properties thus helps in chest congestion. It is a proved spermetogenic and strengthens urogenital system. It is a common ingredient of Ayurveda based herbal hair oils as it helps to stimulate hair growth. It is used in Ayurvedic formulations meant for sleeplessness, epilepsy, hallucinations and anxiety. In Ayurveda it is indicated for general debility and is a known Rasayana herb.
13. Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) : Researches of modern times have proved that Shatavari is antidiarrhetic, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, antidysenteric, demulcent, diuretic, galactagogue, nutritive, mucilaginous, refrigerant, stomachic properties and works as tonic for humanbeings. It also indicated in Ayurveda for general weakness due to prolong illnesses. Improves immunity and protects heart, brain and other vital organs of body.
14. Shilajeet (Asphaltum) : ‘Charaka Samhita’ describes that "there is hardly any curable disease which cannot be controlled or cured with the application of Shilajit. In Ayurveda it is indicated for use as alterative, anodyne, antiphlogistic, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, cholagogue, disinfectant, diuretic, expectorant, intestinal antiseptic, mildly laxative, parasiticide, rejuvenative, respiratory stimulant and as general tonic. Improves immunity and protects heart, brain and other vital organs of body. Shilajeet is well supported with research papers published all over the world in renowned medical research journals of recent times also re-establish its use as an excellent rejuvenating tonic.
15. Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum) : Tulsi is salutary to increase the appetite and improve digestion. It has a mild laxative as well as vermicidal action, hence is rewarding in worm infestations. It is a good blood purifier and is helpful in the diseases of the blood and heart. A tea prepared with the leaves of Tulasi is a common domestic remedy for cold, cough, milk indigestion, diminished appetite and malaise. It is an effective panacea for fever, especially of kapha type, while given with honey and marica fruit powder. In such conditions it effectively controls colds and reduces pain. Tulasi juice works as amapacana, meaning it digests and destroys ama – the toxins.
Dosage: One capsule twice a day.
Packing: 60 Capsules bottle packing (500mg each)