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Dabur Restora Syrup

Manufactured by: Dabur

108 लोगों ने इसको हाल ही में खरीदा

Dabur Restora Syrup

Manufactured by: Dabur

108 लोगों ने इसको हाल ही में खरीदा

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Dabur Restora Syrup Information

Dabur Restora Syrup is an ayurvedic medicine that is primarily used for the treatment of Weakness. Secondary and off-label uses of Dabur Restora Syrup have also been mentioned below. The key ingredients of Dabur Restora Syrup are Grapes, Cinnamon. The properties of which have been shared below. The correct dosage of Dabur Restora Syrup depends on the patient's age, gender, and medical history. This information has been provided in detail in the dosage section.

Ingredients of Dabur Restora Syrup

Grapes
  • A substance that can inhibit the oxidising effect of free radicals in living cells.

Clove
  • Drugs used to eliminate microbial pathogens or inhibit their growth.

Cinnamon
  • Substances that aid in expelling phlegm or mucus from the lungs and airways.

Honey
  • Substances which are used to supress cough and reducing its severity

  • Substances that can stimulate or reduce the action of immune system molecules in the body.

Dabur Restora Syrup Benefits

Dabur Restora Syrup is used to treat the following -

Dabur Restora Syrup Dosage

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Dabur Restora Syrup Side Effects

No side effects of Dabur Restora Syrup have been reported in the medical literature. However, you should always consult your doctor before using Dabur Restora Syrup.

Dabur Restora Syrup Related Warnings

  • Is the use of Dabur Restora Syrup safe for pregnant women? Safe Dabur Restora Syrup is safe to take during pregnancy.

  • Is the use of Dabur Restora Syrup safe during breastfeeding? Safe Breastfeeding women can use Dabur Restora Syrup without any worries about side effects.

  • What is the effect of Dabur Restora Syrup on the stomach? Safe Using Dabur Restora Syrup does not have any harmful effects on the stomach.

  • Is the use of Dabur Restora Syrup safe for children? Unknown Side effects of Dabur Restora Syrup on children are not known because scientific research on this topic hasn't been done.

  • Can I take Dabur Restora Syrup with alcohol? Unknown Due to lack of research, nothing can be said about side effects of consuming alcohol while taking Dabur Restora Syrup.

  • Does Dabur Restora Syrup cause drowsiness? No It is safe to drive or work after taking Dabur Restora Syrup as it does not make you drowsy.

  • Is this Dabur Restora Syrup habit forming or addictive? No Regular use of Dabur Restora Syrup does not lead to addiction.

How to Take Dabur Restora Syrup

You can take Dabur Restora Syrup with following:

  • Can I take Dabur Restora Syrup with LukeWarm Water?There is no harm in having lukewarm water with Dabur Restora Syrup.

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References

  1. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Department of ISM & H: Government of India. [link]. Volume- III. Ghaziabad, India: Pharmacopoeia Commission for Indian Medicine & Homoeopathy; 2001: Page No 45-46
  2. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Department of Ayush: Government of India. [link]. Volume 1. Ghaziabad, India: Pharmacopoeia Commission for Indian Medicine & Homoeopathy; 1986: Page No - 110 - 111
  3. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Department of Ayush: Government of India. [link]. Volume 1. Ghaziabad, India: Pharmacopoeia Commission for Indian Medicine & Homoeopathy; 1986: Page No - 151 - 152
  4. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Department of Ayush: Government of India. [link]. Volume VI. Ghaziabad, India: Pharmacopoeia Commission for Indian Medicine & Homoeopathy; 2008: Page No CCXLVIII-CCXLIX