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  • This composition is based on ancient ayurvedic text.
  • All ingredients are traditional Indian spices used since last three thousand years.
  • All ingredients are FSSAI listed and having US FDA monograph
  • All ingredients GRAS listed or CAS numbers
  • IngredientsPiper longum, Piper nigrum, Zingiber officinale, rock salt…..( Patent filed)
  • Dosage form –500 mg ODT . 1 Tablet 4 times a day.
  • Special instruction– Do not swallow or crush . Chew till it completed disintegrate in saliva. 
  • Drug Administration time – As per textual reference composition should be given as ‘Muhur-muhu’ ie with regular intervals.


About the ingredients

Pippali (Piper longum Linn)

  • This herb is known from the ancient Sanskrit Ayurvedic texts. It is believed that Pippali was first mentioned in “Charaka Samhita” (IV–II B.C.) – the ancient Indian treatise to a healthy and balanced way of living. Very often it has been described as a remedy for the treatment of respiratory diseases, as well as for the treatment of the problems related to the intestinal flora. In the past it was even used to treat diseases such as cholera, tuberculosis, tetanus and leprosy.
  • According to the classification of Ayurveda, it is heavy (to digest), slightly oily and it has moisturizing properties. The long pepper is very powerful and it has a quick and almost immediate effect after consumption.

Black Piper (Piper nigrum Linn)

  • Black pepper, (Piper nigrum Linn), also called pepper, perennial climbing vine of the family Piperaceae and the hotly pungent spice made from its fruits. Black pepper is native to the Malabar Coast of India and is one of the earliest spices known. Widely used as a spice around the world, pepper also has a limited usage in medicine as a carminative (to relieve flatulence) and as a stimulant of gastric secretions.

Sunthi (Zingiber officinale Rosc.)

  • Zingiber officinale Rosc., commonly known as ginger, is a spice consumed worldwide for culinary and medicinal purposes. The plant has a number of chemicals responsible for its medicinal properties, such as anti-arthritis, anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, antibacterial, antifungal, anticancer etc. The present chapter compiled scientific data retrieved from websites, such as PubMed, ScienceDirect, Scopus, Web-of-Knowledge, Google Scholar, and others related to the phytochemistry and pharmacology of ginger. A synopsis of the world production of the plant as well as some patents related to Z. officinale are also provided.

Rock salt

  • It’s a superior salt, according to Ayurveda and is a highly crystalline salt. It is made by evaporating sea water and does not contain high amounts of sodium chloride (unlike table salt)



ACEII Receptor blockers

Reference of Zingiber officinale:


Molecular Docking – Antiviral activity of selected phytochemicals against SARS-CoV-2 and its cellular receptor

Reference: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s13337-020-00598-8