Menstruation is regular part of a female’s life but with it can come multiple issues. Cramps, stomach pain and irregular hormonal levels can unnecessary stress and pain in a woman’s life. Coupled with pain, digestive problems like hyperacidity, gaseousness and skin problems like acne can also affect women. Conditions like PCOD, PCOS, and dysmenorrhea have become more and more common. Dr. Vaidya’s Cycloherb understands these problems and has come up with a solution specifically targeted at the modern woman.
With a combination of 150 years of research the product is a synergy of 32 herbs, Cycloherb aims to control hormonal imbalance with the menstrual cycle and reduce pain. This in turn helps reduce digestive conditions, skin conditions as well as long term conditions like PCOD and PCOS. Designed for the modern woman, this Ayurvedic supplement is aimed at solving a lifestyle problem using years of traditional research without any side effects.
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How to Use
1 capsule twice per day
Recommended Course: Minimum 3 months
NOTE: This product is a supplement and needs to be taken on a daily basis for best results
Kapoor Kachli: It is a small hardy ginger with bright and large white and orange flowers and is indigenous to the subtropical Himalayan regions. It has pungent, light, bitter, strong, heating properties which helps to regulate menstrual period.
Vaj: Vaj or Vacha improves speech, intelligence, cleanses feces and urine. It also improves psychological imbalances and disorders
Kariyatu: This herb has a cooling effect on the body with the ability to reduce a temperature. This herb may be effective in preventing the formation of blood clots and preventing the re-clogging. It also activates fibrinolysis, a natural process in the body in which blood clots are dissolved. It also relaxes the smooth muscle in the walls of the blood vessels.
Giloy: Tinospora cordifolia is an herb used in Ayurveda to enhance vitality. It is being researched for a variety of health effects, including its effect on diabetes, glucose metabolism, inflammation, immune system support, and neurology.
Devdar: The Himalayan Cedar is known for its anti-inflammatory, diuretic, antiseptic, cardiotonic and digestive properties. The consumption of Deodar helps to promote urination and clears urinary obstruction.
Halder: Halder (turmeric) may be useful for people with inflammation or joint pain, or for those who want to take antioxidants, which turmeric contains. Turmeric can aid digestion and regulate menstruation.
Ativish: Ativish helps to heal infections of the urinary tract, headache, urinary tract infections, ascities.
Daruhalder: Daruhalder wash for unhealthy ulcers and promote cicatrisation.
Pipramool: Indian long pepper to stimulate menstrual flow, to treat menstrual cramps, infertility and loss of interest in sexual activity.
Chitraksal: Chitrak is used in treating intestinal troubles, dysentery, leukoderma, inflammation, piles, bronchitis, itching, diseases of the liver, and It also finds its use in correcting chronic menstrual disorders, viral warts and chronic diseases of nervous system.
Dhania: Dhania helps in preventing menstrual irregularities. If you suffer from heavy menstrual flow, then include coriander seeds in your regular diet.
Hardachal: Hardachal is a traditional holistic medicine used as a douche to cleanse the female reproductive system
Behdachal: Behdachal is used as douche for treating vaginal infections. It can also be used as a health-harmonizer.
Amla: Amla promotes strength and immunity against diseases, regulates urinary tract by acting as a diuretic, aids in menstrual cramps, deeply detoxifies the tissues in the body.
Chavak: Chavak has similar properties to long piper. It helps to cure digestive ailments like increasing appetite and destroying worms in the stomach. It also helps in stimulating menstrual flow.
Vavding: Vavding stimulates fat metabolism while serving as a mild laxative. It fights against infections and also helps in weight loss.
Pipala: This sacred tree native to the Indian subcontinent is a storehouse of medicinal value and is used to treat many ailments and diseases. It also helps to control excessive bleeding during menstruation and also relieves cramps.
Piper: Women use Indian long pepper to stimulate menstrual flow. Piper is also used to treat menstrual cramps, infertility, and loss of interest in sexual activity.
Sunth: unth is dried ginger. An herb treasured for its warming and pain-relieving properties, ginger (Zingiber officinale) is often said to relieve menstrual cramps and period pain.
Kalameeri: The common name of Kalameeri is black pepper. Black pepper is used for controlling menstrual contractions and pain.
Salikhar: Sajjikhar is a medicine that is used to nutralize excessive acids in the body. It Increases passage of urine.
Gokhru: Tribulus terrestris has been widely used in Ayurvedic medicine as a sexual stimulant for both men and women, to improve libido and performance. It has been used to treat menstrual and menopausal complaints as well.
Shilajit: Shilajit is a sticky substance found primarily in the rocks of the Himalayas. From healthy hair and skin to more balanced sexual health and anti-aging properties, many such benefits can be enjoyed. Balancing hormones naturally is one of the significant benefit of Shilajit for females.
Shudh Guggal: Its bitter principles stimulate appetite and relieve bloating and gas. Its oleo-resins are excreted through the skin, mucus membranes, and the urinary system, stimulating and disinfecting their secretions. It is also a uterine stimulant, making it useful for regulating menstruation but contraindicated during pregnancy.
Vairadanti: Vajradanti is used to prevent maceration.