Swasaghna, the herbal asthma tablets, are specially formulated to offer relief from various respiratory ailments, including Asthma, Chronic Bronchitis, Bronchiectasis and Pneumonia amongst others.
As per the medical science of Ayurveda, asthma is caused due to the consumption of food items that aggravate the Kapha Dosha. Swasaghna is a blend of as many as 14 herbs, each of which works together to balance the Kapha Dosha. While Bans Kapur, Lavang, Elaichi, Lindpiper, Taj, Sunth act as lung toners and antiseptics, Jyeshthimadhu gives a soothing effect to the throat, along with reducing the cough. Shahjeera and Kapoor liquefy the mucus. On one hand, Swaskuthar and Abrakh have anti-anemic properties, while Tagar, Nagkesar, and Kankol have an anti-inflammatory action on the other – making Swasaghna a highly effective asthma relief medicine.
When used as recommended, along with the inclusion of massage, breathing exercises, meditation and yoga in the lifestyle, these asthma tablets can offer a lasting relief from respiratory problems.
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How to Use
For ages 15-70: 1 pill, three times a day
For ages 10-15 years – Half a pill, three times a day
Minimum Course: 1 month
Swasaghna comprises of the following Ayurvedic herbs –
Also known Rock Candy, this herb derived from the sap of the Palmyra palm helps relieve cough & cold as well as throat irritation.
Also referred to as Thorny Bamboo, this herb prevents dehydration in the body, by helping in proper absorption of water. It also acts a lung toner and an antiseptic.
Essentially known as Cardamom or ‘king of spices’, Elaichi proves to be extremely beneficial in congestion of lungs and other pulmonary diseases.
This herb acts as a lung toner and plays a vital role in fighting allergies which produce chronic cold. It helps improves lung functions, clears the body’s channels and helps control nasal allergies. It also produces a decongestive effect in an upper respiratory tract by toning the respiratory system.
Lavang or Clove is used in Swasaghna, for its antiseptic properties that help in treating cough and cold.
Also known as Camphor, this prominent herb is celebrated for its anti-inflammatory properties that help in reducing pain and swelling that are resulted due to neuralgia and rheumatism. It also helps liquefy the mucus.
This prominent Ayurvedic herb is known for its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effects. It offers relief from inflammations in the circulatory system and nervous system.
Also known as Spikenard, Jatamansi is a natural brain nervine tonic and a memory enhancer, which has a calming effect.
Jayphal or nutmeg is a popular herbal remedy, thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties. This herb is known to reduce stress and anxiety and helps relieve digestive problems.
Also known as dried ginger, Sunth offers quick relief from cough & cold. It also helps in weight management, treatment of headaches, chest pains and urinary infections.
Anti-peptic in nature, Nagkesar is known to be effective in aiding the digestive process.
Abrakh Bhasm, essentially a cellular regenerator and a nerve tonic, proves to be effective for the treatment of many respiratory tract infections as well as anemia.
Swaskuthar is used in the treatment of respiratory ailments such as cough, cold, bronchitis, and asthma. It helps to reduce phlegm and brings back normal respiration.
Agar is a fairly nutritious herb, containing large amounts of mucilage which absorbs water in the intestines and swells to stimulate bowel activity, causing the subsequent elimination of faeces.