Hepatitis is the inflammation of the liver. Hepatitis is caused by virus. The hepatitis virus is of five types A, B,C, D and E. Viral infection, and liver dysfunctions are caused by virus, toxic substances drugs and diseases. Excessive alcohol intake can cause damage to the liver which is called as alcoholic liver disease. Effect of hormones on liver enzyme, alkaline phosphate during pregnancy causes Cholestasis of pregnancy.
Heptovit SGC and syrup contain powerful and proven herbs to repair the damaged liver cells and restore the liver functions. It is a proven liver-protective, liver corrective and anti-viral. It efficiently lowers the raised levels of liver enzymes. It therefore stimulates appetite and improves the digestive functions.
Heptovit SGC and syrup also provide Choleretic and Cholagogue actions.
Heptovit SGC and syrup can be used in the conditions of viral hepatitis A and B. It improves liver functions in drug and toxic induced hepatitis. It is also used in the conditions of alcoholic liver disease and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). It is used for the treatment of early stage of liver cirrhosis.
Syrup: 10-15ml should be taken twice or thrice daily for 1-2 months or as directed by the physician.
SGC’s: 1-2 SGC’s to be taken twice or thrice daily for 1-2 months or as directed by the physician.
5ml syrup should be taken twice or thrice daily for 1-2 months or as directed by the physician.
The proven, hepato-protective, anti-viral and cholagogue
Heptovit combines potent and powerful herbs in optimum therapeutic dosage to correct and restore liver functions impaired due to various toxins, drugs, alcohol and prolonged illness. Heptovit also protects and prevents further liver damage.
HEPATOPROTECTIVE AND HEPATOSTIMULANT
Berberis aristata (Daruharidra), Andrographis paniculata4 (Kalmegh), Phyllanthus niruri5 (Bhuiamla)
Boerrhavia diffusa3 (Punarnava), Zingiber officinale1 (Soonth), Phyllanthus niruri5 (Bhuiamla)
HEPATIC TISSUE REGENERATOR
Fumaria parviflora2 (Pittapapda), Boerrhavia diffusa3 (Punarnava)
CHOLAGOGUE AND CHOLERETIC
Andrographis paniculata (Kalmegh), Boerrhavia diffusa3 (Punarnava)