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Divya Ushirasava

Manufactured by: Patanjali Ayurved Limited

172 लोगों ने इसको हाल ही में खरीदा

Divya Ushirasava

Manufactured by: Patanjali Ayurved Limited

172 लोगों ने इसको हाल ही में खरीदा

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Patanjali Divya Ushirasava Information

Divya Ushirasava is an ayurvedic medicine that is primarily used for the treatment of Menorrhagia. Secondary and off-label uses of Divya Ushirasava have also been mentioned below. The key ingredients of Divya Ushirasava are Gambhari, Priyangu, Manjishtha, Lodhra, dhamasa, Patha, Kachur, Parval, Lotus, Kachnar, Grapes, Dhatki, Honey, Jatamansi, Jamun, Chirata. The properties of which have been shared below. The correct dosage of Divya Ushirasava depends on the patient's age, gender, and medical history. This information has been provided in detail in the dosage section.

  1. Patanjali Divya Ushirasava Benefits
  2. Patanjali Divya Ushirasava Dosage
  3. Patanjali Divya Ushirasava Related Warnings

Ingredients of Patanjali Divya Ushirasava

Grapes
  • Drugs which aid in swelling reduction following an injury

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

Jatamansi
  • Agents which prevent microbial replication and growth by either killing microorganisms or ceasing their actions.

Kachnar
  • Substances used to reduce the symptoms of fever, pain and swelling in an inflammatory response.

Lodhra
  • Agents or substances that are used to suppress inflammation (swelling).

  • Agents which help in reducing free radical activity and preventing oxidative stress and damage

Manjishtha
  • Substances used to reduce the symptoms of fever, pain and swelling in an inflammatory response.

  • Agents which help in reducing free radical activity and preventing oxidative stress and damage

  • Agents that are used to prevent the growth of or killing microorganisms.

Patha
  • Agents that reduce inflammation or swelling caused due to an injury or infection.

  • Agents used to inhibit microbial growth when applied topically

  • Agents that reduce blood flow to an injury site by constricting blood vessels.

  • Substances that improve skin moisturisation causing it to soften.

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

Kachur
  • Substances used to reduce the symptoms of fever, pain and swelling in an inflammatory response.

Jamun
  • Agents, which help to reduce oxidative stress, by scavenging free radicals

Lotus
  • Drugs used to reduce swelling after an injury

  • Agents which help in reducing free radical activity and preventing oxidative stress and damage

  • Agents that improves skin irritation and softens the skin or mucous membrane.

Honey
  • Agents that reduce inflammation or swelling caused due to an injury or infection.

  • Agents that have an effect on the immune system and help to alter immune function

Dhatki
  • Drugs which are used for the control of pain and do not lead to loss of consciousness

  • Drugs which aid in swelling reduction following an injury

Chirata
  • Drugs used to reduce swelling after an injury

  • Agents that reduce oxidative stress and revert oxidative damage in the body cells.

Priyangu
  • Agents that reduce inflammation or swelling caused due to an injury or infection.

  • Compounds that reduce the size of skin pores or that contracts body tissues.

  • Drugs used for the treatment of fungal infections to destroy the pathogenic fungus.

dhamasa
  • Agents or substances that are used to suppress inflammation (swelling).

  • Substances that scavange the singlet oxygen molecules in the body.

  • Substances that are employed to avoid sepsis by destroying infectious microbes

  • A substance or preparation that constricts body tissue leading to reduction in the blood flow as well as other secretion.

  • Agents which prevent the exhibition of an allergic response by the body.

Parval
  • Drugs useful in the management of blood sugar levels

Patanjali Divya Ushirasava Benefits

Patanjali Divya Ushirasava is used to treat the following -

  1. Menorrhagia Primary
  2. Urinary Tract Infection
  3. Nosebleed

Patanjali Divya Ushirasava Dosage

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Patanjali Divya Ushirasava Side Effects

No side effects of Patanjali Divya Ushirasava have been reported in the medical literature. However, you should always consult your doctor before using Patanjali Divya Ushirasava.

Patanjali Divya Ushirasava Related Warnings

  • Is the use of Patanjali Divya Ushirasava safe for pregnant women? Moderate Divya Ushirasava can cause unwanted effects on pregnant women. If you experience any such side effects, stop taking Divya Ushirasava right away. Take your doctor's advice before taking it again.

  • Is the use of Patanjali Divya Ushirasava safe during breastfeeding? Moderate Divya Ushirasava may lead to some side effects on breastfeeding women. If you feel any unwanted symptoms after taking Divya Ushirasava, then do not take it again and call your doctor right away. Your doctor will tell you the best option for you.

  • What is the effect of Patanjali Divya Ushirasava on the stomach? Safe Divya Ushirasava is considered safe for the stomach.

  • Is the use of Patanjali Divya Ushirasava safe for children? Safe Divya Ushirasava is safe to take for children.

  • Does Patanjali Divya Ushirasava cause drowsiness? No Divya Ushirasava will not make you feel sleepy. Therefore, you can drive and operate heavy machinery safely.

  • Is this Patanjali Divya Ushirasava habit forming or addictive? No No, Divya Ushirasava does not produce a habit-forming effect.

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