Gutcare capsule by eVaidyaJi is a herbal supplement for gut problems. It reduces inflammation in the intestine, heals ulcers of the intestine, and cleanses the whole system so that constipation can be controlled. Moreover, it improves blood circulation in the intestines and controls excessive peristaltic movements which help control loose bowel motions too.
Capsule Gutcare is a state-of-the-art herbal formula with potent and unique ingredients for all digestive issues. Simply take one pill every day to help heal the ulcers, soothe the gut inflammation and stimulate bowel movements. Promise yourself better health!
The name of our product might not make you feel comfortable, but if you notice something strange in your body like an interruption in bowel movement or indigestion then give this medicine a try. Our capsule is an amazing stress buster too – just pop it orally once per day to remove its symptoms which will let you focus on other things that matter more than stomach pain at work. These capsules show their results within four weeks and these are not habit-forming at all.
The herb Holarrhena antidysenterica is used in Ayurveda for abdominal pain and diarrhea. It improves gastrointestinal motility and colonic mucosal integrity. Holarrhena has been reported to decrease intestinal secretion and bile acid uptake, reduce the severity of experimental colitis by reducing inflammatory mediators (prostaglandins, leukotrienes and nitric oxide) in mice, prevent stress-induced diarrhea in rats. It was also reported to have an anti-inflammatory property by inhibiting the activation of nuclear factor kappa B (NF-kB), which mediates proinflammatory cytokine production in gut mucosa. These activities are mainly attributed to the major active constituents of Holarrhena, Holarrhenolides A & B.
Convolvulus is known as a mildly toxic herb. When consumed in large amounts, it can cause nausea, vomiting and or diarrhea. It is often used in combination with other herbs to treat various bowel disorders like IBS & Colitis. The studies have shown that this herb has anti-diarrheal properties and helps to relax the muscles of intestines by inhibiting contractions (in case of intestinal cramps) thereby relieving abdominal pain associated with IBS (1). There are also evidences stating that convolvulus may play role in balancing/lowering excess acid production which causes symptoms like stomach ulcers, indigestion etc. This plant is widely used in India for treating indigestion and heartburn.
In a study conducted by Naidu et al, 2015 (1) on Convolvulus pluricaulis for IBS in rats, it was observed that this herb significantly reduced the abdominal pain and diarrhea caused due to IBS in rats. Also, it reversed the changes associated with colitis like inflammation of the colon & reduction in blood plasma level of myeloperoxidase (an enzyme that is elevated in case of inflammatory bowel disease). The researchers concluded that this plant could be used as an effective remedy for treating intestinal cramps, indigestion, and ulcers caused due to excess acid secretion.
For centuries, herbal medicine has been used in India to treat a large variety of diseases and health conditions. Centella asiatica, also known as Brahmi is one such herb which has shown significant potential as an anti-inflammatory agent. It has also shown antinociceptive (pain-killing) properties in animal models.
The active ingredients in cissampelos pareira, thought to be the flavonoids and iridoid glycosides, support gut health by supporting cytokine balance. Cytokines play an important role in the inflammatory response of IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) and Inflammatory Bowel Disease. The anti-inflammatory properties of Cissampelos Pareira make it a natural choice for both IBS, colitis and other digestive issues.
Curcuma longa L. (turmeric) has been used in Ayurvedic and Unani medicine for more than 4,000 years. It is a natural plant that belongs to the ginger family and is well known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties. A recent study published in World Journal of Gastroenterology evaluated the effect of Curcuma longa on crohn's disease.
A group of 40 patients with Crohn's disease were given 2 grams of Curcuma longa daily for a period of 25 days; mean age was 33±4 years (range 19–50). To assess endoscopic and clinical activity index before and after treatment, biopsies from all patients were taken and examined histologically. The study found that in 80% of patients who received Curcuma longa there was a significant decrease in the clinical activity index, endoscopic activity index and inflammatory score. A 19% reduction in erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) was seen after therapy with curcuma compared to 12 days before treatment. Also, a marked reduction (75%) occurred in thrombosis factors II, VII, VIII and X post-treatment when compared to pre-treatment levels but no changes were observed when compared to normal values.
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