AyurvedaWe import the Syrup Balarjuneya directly from India where it is created following the traditional medicine method "Ayurveda". Ayurveda (the 'science of life') is a system of traditional medicine native to India, and practiced in other parts of the world as a form of alternative medicine. In Sanskrit, the word Ayurveda comprises the words ayus, meaning 'life' and veda, meaning 'science'. Evolving throughout its history, Ayurveda remains an influential system of medicine in South Asia. Ayurvedic practitioners have identified a number of medicinal preparations and surgical procedures for curing various ailments and diseases.
Ayurveda has become an alternative form of medicine in the western world, where patents for its medicine have been passed. Ayurveda is considered to be a form of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) within the United States of America, where several of its methods — such as herbs, massage, and Yoga as exercise or alternative medicine — are applied on their own as a form of CAM treatment.
Ingredients of the Syrup BalarjuneyaSyrup Balarjuneya is a specific combination of different ingredients (dugs), which in combination stimulates metabolic process in the body, gives nourishment to nerves and muscles, thus giving the patient the strength to overcome external and internal stress.
Syrup arjuneya has the following ingredients.
1. BalaThe root of this herb, sida cordifolia, is well known for this analgesic action. It is very useful in treating patients with joint pains, body ache, muscular sprain, and spasms.
2. ArjunaThe bark of this tree, terminalia arjuna, is a wonderful cardio protective drug. It strengthens the cardiac muscles and improves the functions of the heart. It is useful in failing heart and palpitations. Apart from this it also improves the lung capacity. Thus it is a very good cardio respiratory stimulant.
3. AshwagandhaThe root of this plant, withania somnifera, is the drug of choice in geriatric ailments. It is a very effective general tonic useful in neuritis, withania somnifera, fatigueability, insomnia, body pain, dipression, muscle weakness, and in all forms of neuromuscular disorders.
4. DrakshaThe dried fruit of Draksha, vitis vinifera (grapes), is a cooling agent. It gives energy to the body. It solves the improper bowel movements and thus constipation, which is a most important factor for healthy metabolism.
5. PunarnavaThe root of this drug, boerhavia diffusa, is useful in general debility and anemia. It is helpful in disurea or difficult urination. As the name itself suggests (punah- again, nava-new) it rejuvenates the body and provides youthfulness.
6. ShatavariThe root of this drug, asparagous racemosus, is also a very good coolant. It is useful in gastritis, peptic ulcers, ulcerative gingivitis and in burning micturation. Also it is a very good lactogenic drug useful in lactating mothers.
7. Raktha ChandanaA very good coolant, relieves excessive thirst, an aphrodisiac, removes toxic substances from the body.
8.GokshuraA very good diuretic (which helps pass more urine), which drains out extra fluid from the body which is very much needed for heart patients.
The Syrup Balarjuneya has proven its efficacy in the following conditions:
- General debility.
- Body ache and weakness.
- Easy fatigueability.
- Joint pains which are non rheumatic.
- Geriatric diseases or problems of old age, like tiredness, sleeplessness, etc.
- As an adjuvant in heart problems.
- For lactating mothers.
- External and internal stress.