Asmaliv Ds Liver Detox Syrup is the best ayurvedic medicine for fatty liver prepared by Dr. Asma herbals, Amritsar. Moreover, This Liver Tonic is prepared by using the following aqueous extracts of: Kutki, Tulasi, Kasni, Amla, Chireta, Arjuna based etc. Similarly, it Acts as a liver tonic for boosting liver function. Beneficial for people suffering from liver cirrhosis owing to excess Liquor intake. Moreover, it Helps to heal infective hepatitis & Viral hepatitis. Helps to increase the liver function in people suffering from viral hepatitis, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and cirrhosis. Linked to high serum albumin. Beneficial for people with liver diseases. Furthermore, it Helps to treat chronic hepatitis B infection. Enhances secretion of antioxidant enzymes and protects the liver from free radicals and toxins. Helps to reduce fat accumulation in the liver. In Loss of Appetite. Similarly, It Works Well With Hepato-toxic Drugs.
Herbs used in formulation: Kakamaci (Solanium nigrum)Pl. 100mg Kasni (Cichorium endivia) Fr. 100mg Arjuna (Terminalia arjuna) St. 100mg Tulasi (Ocimum sanctum) lf. 100mg Apamarga (Achyranthes aspera) Pl. 100mg Katuka (Picrorhiza kurroa) Rz. 20mg Trivrt (Operculina turpethum) Rt. 75mg Sarpankha (Tephrosia purpurea) Pl. 75mg Guduci (Tinospora cordifolia) St. 20mg Haritaki (Terminalia chebula) Fr. 50mg Amalaki (Emblica officinalis) Fr. 150mg Punarnava (Boerhaavia diffusa) Pl. 100mg Kutaja (Holarrhena antidysenterica) St. 25mg Chireta (Swertia chirata) St. 5mg Sugar Base Q.S. Preservative sodium benzoate
DOSAGE For Asmaliv-Ds Liver Syrup:
Adult: 2 teaspoonful 3 times a day preferably with milk.
Children: 1 teaspoonful 3 times a day preferably with milk or as directed by the physician.
For better results use JIWAN KRANTI Health Capsule along with using JIWAN KRANTI Heath Tonic.
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Asmaliv-DS is the best medicine for liver disease
Asmaliv-DS is the best medication for fatty liver.
The liver is the largest organ in the human body. During development, liver size increases with increasing age, averaging 5 cm span at 5 years and attaining adult size by age 15. The size depends on several factors: age, sex, body size and shape, as well as the particular examination technique utilized (e.g., palpation versus percussion versus radiographic). By percussion, the mean liver size is 7 cm for women and 10.5 cm for men (Table 94.1). A liver span 2 to 3 cm larger or smaller than these values is considered abnormal. The liver weighs 1200 to 1400 g in the adult woman and 1400 to 1500 g in the adult man.
People with fatty liver disease often have no symptoms until the disease progresses to cirrhosis of the liver. If you do have symptoms, they may include: