Allergic skin problems, Chronic dry eczema and Geriatric skin problems
- Regulates mast cell degranulation and neutralises histamine effect.
- Minimises itching by inhibiting allergens
- Possess anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties
- Tannins present in Phyllanthus emblica have mast cell stabilising effect that inhibit the release of histamine.
- Smilax chinensis significantly reduces the endotoxin mediated inflammatory conditions.
- Withanolides in Withania somnifera inhibit histamine 5-HT during early phase and prostaglandins during late phase of inflammatory process.
- Corallocarpus epigaeus supresses oedema inducing agents such as histamine and 5-hydroxytryptamin contains sterols, flavonoids and phenolic compounds that possess anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory activities.
- Processed sulphur inhibits the production of nitric oxide(NO) and the release of pro-inflammatory cytokines. Also it has potent anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory activity.
- Ponnimalai chenduram or copper peptides promote wound healing process and attract immune cells at the site of injury. It has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
- Linga chenduram and Conch turbinella rapa treat vata dosha, the primary cause of dry skin according to Siddha.
Adults: one capsule in morning and two capsules at night before food with milk or water.
Children above 10 years: One capsule a day before food with milk or water.