The Hallmark Features :
- Herbal concoction reinforces brain functions.
- Ultimate brain tonic that will also relax the mind.
- Daily helpmate for enhanced concentration, Memory, and Alertness.
- Stimulates speech, thought, and intellect.
You may need something to calm your nerves and keep you from losing control, whether it be the restless nights or intrusive thoughts that have been bothering you a lot lately. To help you relax, Sitaram offers you Manasamitra Vatakam, an exquisite combination of medicinal herbs. The herbal tablets are a great supplement for the brain and nervous system as well as are efficient in treating diseases that are of psychosomatic origin.
THE MAGNIFICENT HERBAL INGREDIENTS :
BALA (Sida cordifolia).
A revered herb in Ayurveda, country mallow is known to balance all the doshas (the bodily humor that makeup one’s constitution). It is a tonic for your health that has rejuvenating, anti-inflammatory, libido-boosting, and fat-burning properties.
APARAJITHA (Clitoria ternatea)
It is classified in Ayurveda as a “Medhya” herb and is a member of the “Shirovirechanopaga” group of herbs that are used to detoxify and cleanse the brain and related nervous system functions.
VACHA (Acorus calamus Linn).
It is a traditional Indian medicine used to treat a variety of illnesses, such as neurological, respiratory, gastrointestinal, metabolic, kidney, and liver disorders. Calamus oil also provides relief for rheumatoid arthritis and arthritis joint pain.
PATOLA (Trichosanthes dioica).
The miracle herb, which also has antiallergic and anti-inflammatory properties, works by causing various chemical components of the plant to exhibit anti-inflammatory properties. Patola’s anti-inflammatory and anti-histamine properties make it a valuable treatment for skin conditions.
SHATAVARI (Asparagus racemosus)
Coined as the “Queen Of Herbs”, Shatavari has been used for centuries as a hormone balancer and a general tonic to uplift female health and libido. Also known for being a powerful adaptogenic herb.
Shilajit is a well-known and significant part of ayurvedic medicine due to its rasayana properties. In this situation, rejuvenating and age-defying effects as well as an increase in longevity have been attributed to it.
THULASI (Ocimum sanctum)
Indian mythology considers basil to be a holy herb, which gives it a significant meaning. It is a highly promising immunomodulator, cytoprotective, and anticancer agent, according to experimental studies.
BRAHMI (Bacopa monnieri)
Alzheimer’s disease, memory enhancement, anxiety, ADHD, allergic conditions, irritable bowel syndrome, and a general tonic to combat stress.
DURVA (Cynodon dactylon).
It is regarded as improving the skin’s complexion, astringent in nature, is hydrating, demulcent, and cooling. Durva is regarded as a good ophthalmic drug because it is also thought to be very beneficial for the eyes.
An elixir for the cardiovascular system is Swarna Bhasma. It helps to cleanse and detoxify the body while promoting blood flow and heart muscle strength. It also maintains a healthy blood pressure balance and controls the heart’s ability to pump blood.
Since the time of the Vedic civilization, people have been aware of its abilities to boost sattva, body strength, immunity, and mind. People drank water and ate food out of silver pots in order to live long lives.
Adult: Two to three Manasamitra Vatakam gulika tablets, dissolved in an ounce of milk, taken twice daily on an empty stomach is advised.
Children: Should take 1/2–1 tablet, dissolved in 1/2 ounce of milk, once or twice per day on an empty stomach.
Have you ever wondered how much your mental state can affect your physical health? It has been hotly contested for a while, and empirical research on it can be challenging. But the short answer is that the mind has a significant impact on our general health and wellbeing, at least in accordance with Ayurveda. So why not have a general herb support for the same with Sitaram?