Check Pincode Serviceability
Bangalore, Metro cities: 1-3 business days, South India: 4-5 business days, North India: 5-7 business days, North east: 5-12 business days
Outside India: 5-10 business days
About Calotropis Gigantea Pills
Type : A large shrub with waxy flowers is also known as known as milkweed or swallow-wort. Common name Sodom, Madar (indian)
Most effective: Obesity (abdominal mass), Acid reflux, Eye diseases, Malaria, Skin Cancer
It is also considered abortifacient i.e., causing abortion. Alkaline in nature.
Contains: Amyrin, Beta Amyrin
It combines well with Berberis Aristata
Clinical: Calotropis is used for digestive disorders including diarrhea, constipation; obesity due to improper metabolism and for parasitic infections including elephantiasis and worms
Calotropis gigantea (Madar Bark) is indicated in tuberculosis, elephantiasis, leprosy and acute dysentery. Increases the circulation in the skin; has powerful effects as a sudorific (a drug that induces sweating)
- Digestive disorders
Active ingredients: Calotropis gigantea
Inactive ingredients: Lactose, Sucrose
- Pure Cane Globules
- Medicated from German Dilutions
- Packed in Sterile Glass vials that are odour free, neutral, strong and damage resistant.
- Why Glass containers for Homeopathy Medicine?: Plastic containers are reactive and leach into the substances stored into them. Due to this property of plastics, the U.S. F.D.A. had classified plastics as “Indirect Additives” i.e., though they are not directly added to the substance stored in them, they definitely seep into the contained substances. Also homeopathy tinctures use alcohol which is a good solvent. When plastics is exposed to medicines, the alcohol is bound to dissolve some of the numerous chemicals in the plastic and that in turn is bound to distort the structure and action of the active ingredients present in our medicines. There is no such problem with Glass container and hence recommended.
Adult and children 2 years of age and older: Dissolve 4 pills under the tongue 3 times a day until relieved or as directed by a physician.