About Iksir Jigar:
It is a very effective Unani remedy for liver disorder and fever caused due to it. Iksir Jigar strengthen the liver. It is very effective in liver diseases apart from obesity, piles, burning sensation in urine,inflammation & cracks in hand & feet, intestinal ulcers.It is also beneficial in Hepatitis.
Indications of Iksir Jigar: Liver dysfunction and hepatitis.
Ingredients of Iksir Jigar:
Ammonii chloridum (Naushadar) : Naushadar
Rheum emodi (Rewandchini) : Rhubarb has a long and proven history of herbal usage, its main effect being a positive and balancing effect upon the whole digestive system. It is one of the most widely used herbs in Chinese medicine. The main species used is R. palmatum. Though the chemistry varies slightly, this species is used interchangeably. The root is anticholesterolemic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, antitumor, aperient, astringent, cholagogue, demulcent, diuretic, laxative, purgative, stomachic and tonic. Small doses act as an astringent tonic to the digestive system, whilst larger doses act as a mild laxative. The root is taken internally in the treatment of chronic constipation, diarrhoea, liver and gall bladder complaints, haemorrhoids, menstrual problems and skin eruptions due to an accumulation of toxins. This remedy is not prescribed for pregnant or lactating women, nor for patients with intestinal obstruction. Externally, the root is used in the treatment of burns. The roots are harvested in October from plants that are at least six years old, they are then dried for later use. A homeopathic remedy is prepared from the dried root. This is used especially in the treatment of diarrhoea in teething children.
Potassium Nitrate (Shora Qalmi)
Dosage of Iksir Jigar: Adult Dose : To be given 1 tablet twice in a day after principal meals. Children Dose : To be given 1/2 tablet twice in a day after meal.
During the acute phase, it is recommended that you consume soups, broths, diluted vegetable juices, herbal teas, steamed vegetables, brown rice, and nonred meat protein sources, such as free-range turkey or chicken, legumes, and fish. To promote healing of the liver consume lots of vegetables and moderate amounts of fruits, whole grains, and legumes. Reduce or eliminate foods that are taxing to the liver, such as fried foods, refined sugar products, foods containing trans-fatty acids, such as margarine and vegetable shortening, and saturated fats, found in meat and dairy products. Make fresh juices out of foods such as apples, beets, and carrots. Eating smaller and more frequent meals in recommended. Soups and stews are good. Cut out junk food, sugar, and alcohol, all of which suppress your immune system and tax your entire body.