• Kuff Down Syrup

    Size Price
    100 ML 60.00
    200 ML 100.00

    Each 10 ml. contains extracts of :

    Composition Quantity
    Glycyrrhiza glabra (Yashtimadhu) 250 mg.
    Viola-odorata (Banafsa) 250 mg.
    Onosma bracteatum (Gojihva) 125 mg.
    Inula racemosa (Pushkarmoola) 125 mg.
    Clerodendron serratum (Bharangi) 125 mg.
    Bambusa arundinacea (Bansa) 125 mg.
    Vitis vinifera (Draksha) 125 mg.
    Cinnamomum zeylanicum (Dalchini) 125 mg.
    Elettaria cardamomum (Elaichi) 125 mg.
    Ocimum sanctum (Tulsi) 60 mg.
    Zizyphus sativa (Unnav) 60 mg.
    Mentha piperita (Pudina Satva) 6 mg.
    Honey 3 ml.
    Flavoured Syrupy base q.s.

    Glycyrrhiza glabra (Yashtimadhu) is used to cure some of the gastric troubles and due to its cooling effect it also decreases the heat in the body.

    Banapsa – Viola odorata is used in treating cough, asthma, fever with burning sensation, bodyache etc. It is used as an ingredient in many herbal cough syrups. One of its chemical components – Cycloviolacin O2 has anti-cancer potential.

    Onosma bracteatum (Gojihva) is used in Ayurvedic treatment of depression and psychosis. Onosma bracteatum (Gojihva) is used in children to improve brain functions, memory and concentration, in diseases like autism. Onosma bracteatum (Gojihva) is used to treat epilepsy, seizures and mania. Onosma bracteatum (Gojihva) is also used in poison treatment.

    Inula racemosa (Pushkarmoola) is a very useful Ayurvedic herb, used in the treatment of heart diseases, respiratory diseases like asthma, bronchitis, cough etc. Its botanical name is Inula racemosa. It is one of the powerful herbs of Ayurveda.

    Clerodendron serratum (Bharangi) is common name of this herb and this herb is used to cure common cold, cough, tuberculosis, rhinitis, asthma (shwasa roga), chronic respiratory disorders and their underlying symptoms.

    Bambusa arundinacea (Bansa) as a herbal drugs have got extreme momentum in global health care systems. The beneficial therapeutic effect of bamboo is seen in their continued use and benefits which are proven scientifically where triterpenes and steroidal glycosides are identified as major phytoconstituents.

    Vitis vinifera (Draksha) are very beneficial as a fruit as they contain lots of vitamin C as well as also flavonoids, which are potent antioxidants.

    Cinnamomum zeylanicum (Dalchini) benefits the heart and kidneys. In addition, this herb improves the flow of circulation and strengthens the immune system. The aromatic herb has an exotic flavor and sweet smell. Hence, it is used for enhancing the flavor of various culinary preparations.

    Elettaria cardamomum (Elaichi) is used internally for indigestion, nausea, vomiting and pulmonary disease with copious phlegm. It can be used with a laxative to prevent stomach pain, griping, as well as flatulence. Cardamom seeds are chewed to sweeten the breath and to detoxify caffeine, in people taking excessive amounts of coffee.

    Ocimum sanctum (Tulsi) reduces blood glucose levels. Thus it is useful for diabetics. Tulsi contains vitamin C and other anti-oxidants (such as Eugenol), which protect the heart from harmful effects of free radicals. Tulsi reduces total cholesterol levels. Thus it is useful for heart disease patients.

    Zizyphus sativa (Unnav) is used for improving muscular strength and weight, for preventing liver diseases and stress ulcers, and as a sedative. Jujube is also used for various skin conditions including dry and itchy skin, purpura, wounds, and ulcers; digestive problems including lack of appetite and diarrhea.

    Lavendula officinalis Oil is a remedy for the common cold and for coughing symptoms that often accompany a cold. The oil from this plant has a soothing effect for coughing symptoms and can calm certain common cold ailments

    Honey contains flavonoids, antioxidants which help reduce the risk of some cancers and heart disease. Recent research shows that honey treatment may help disorders such as ulcers and bacterial gastroenteritis.

    Helianthus annuus Oil often eaten raw or roasted, are a good source of protein and Vitamins D, E, K, and B. Like many other edible seeds they also contain the strong antioxidant melatonin