Packed with the goodness of immunity-boosting herbs, ShudhiShakti synergizes the benefits of these herbs to increase the body’s capability to combat damaging effects of stress and stimulating natural physiological functioning thereby augmenting overall well-being.
The natural ingredients used in ShudhiShakti are hypoglycaemic (diabetic-friendly), anti-bacterial (kills harmful pathogens), anti-inflammatory (reduces inflammation), anti-oxidative (protects body cells from oxidative damage) and anti-viral (effective against a viral infection). Considering the requirements for being a preventive health supplement for all groups, ShudhiShakti has been formulated taking all this into account.
A pack of ShudhiShakti consists of 7 different variants, one for each day of the week. Along with a different herb supporting different biological functions every day, it contains organic nutrition with its natural phytophenols and flavonoids intact. This facilitates the human body to recognize and extract the active ingredients from them.
Benefits of Organic Herbs
- Guduchi (Giloy) - In Ayurvedic medicine, Guduchi (Giloy) is considered to be one of the three Amrit (nectar of Gods) plants. A versatile herb, Guduchi is used with castor oil to relieve gout, and with ginger for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. Arthritis is treated with Guduchi and ghee, with sugar to treat skin and liver diseases, and with jaggery to treat constipation. Apart from these health benefits, Guduchi also boosts immunity and digestion, treats chronic fever, is effective against diabetes and can treat eye disorders. It also reduces symptoms in the case of asthma.
- Amla - Amla or Indian gooseberry is a notable fruit for its rich amount of vitamin C, polyphenols such as tannins, gallic acid, ellagic acid, and flavonoids like quercetin and rutin. It is effective in protecting from disease and reduces the possibilities of premature aging. It has also been shown to be effective in the management of dyslipidemia, reduction in lipid levels in blood serum and tissues, and increase in HDL cholesterol.
- Shatavari - One of the well-known drugs in Ayurveda, effective in treating Madhur rasam, Madhur vipakam, seet-veeryam, som rogam, chronic fever and internal heat. It has been used for decades as a galactagogue, uterine tonic, adaptogen, and rejuvenator. Also, it has been used to mitigate symptoms of peptic ulcers, as an immunostimulant, hepatoprotective, and aphrodisiac. Shatavari-containing preparations also stimulate the hemopoietic function and increase the weight of accessory sex glands.
- Ashwagandha - Also known as Indian winter cherry, Indian ginseng is a medicinal plant that has been utilized from the perspective of Ayurvedic medicine, for the treatment and prevention of cancer. The role of Ashwagandha in regeneration and rejuvenation is pivotal to improve longevity and quality of human life.
- Gotukola - A small herbaceous plant found throughout India, Asia, and the Middle East, it has a wide range of pharmacological activities such as wound healing properties, memory enhancer, sedative action, and anxiolytic action properties.
- Licorice - A herb found in South East Asia, it has been traditionally used to treat many conditions like dyspepsia, bronchitis, influenza, asthma, dysentery, tumors, diabetes, vaginitis and tuberculosis. It is also used for its potent activity in the treatment of kidney stones and gallstones, and various liver disorders, particularly hepatitis and jaundice. Bhumiamlaki, also known as Bhumi Amla, is rich in flavonoids and phenolic compounds that are responsible for its potent antioxidant properties
- Punarnava - In Ayurveda, Punarnava has been classified as “rasayana” herb which is said to possess properties like antiaging, re-establishing youth, strengthening life & brainpower, and disease prevention, all of which imply that they increase the resistance of the body, providing hepatoprotection and immunomodulation.