Main Ingredients:

Nagarmotha(Cyperus Rotundus)

Green Tea

Zingiber Officinale

Triphala Extract

Piper Longum

Tagar(Valeriana Walilichi)

Baibidang Extract(Embella Ribes)

    1) Cyperus Rotundus

    ABSTRACT
    The above collected information suggest that C. rotundus exhibits anti- obesity activity.Traditional uses of natural compounds, especially of plant origin received much attention as they are well tested for their efficacy and generally believed to be safe for human use. Thorough screening of literature available on C. rotundus depicted the fact that it is a popular remedy among the various ethnic groups, Ayurvedic and traditional practitioners for treatment of ailments. Researchers are exploring the therapeutic potential of this plant as it has more therapeutic properties which are not known.


    SOURCE
    Medicinal uses and Pharmacological activities of Cyperus rotundus Linn – A Review, International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, , Sri Ranjani Sivapalan, Volume 3, Issue 5, May 2013


    2) Zingiber Officinale

    ABSTRACT
    Treatment with ginger had significant effect in reducing body weight. Ginger had the ability to reduce lipid profile, ginger had great effect in increasing HDL-cholesterol. When compared to the control group, ginger treatment did not alter either total bilirubin or pancreatic lipase activity.


    SOURCE
    Comparative evaluation of the efficacy of ginger on obesity management, pancreatic lipase and liver peroxisomal catalase enzyme in male albino rats, European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences, R.H. Mahmoud, W.A. Elnour, 2013; 17 (1), P.75-83.


    3) Green Tea

    ABSTRACT
    Decreases in body weight, body mass index, body fat ratio, body fat mass, waist circumference, hip circumference, visceral fat area, and subcutaneous fat area were found to be greater in the catechin group than in the control group. A greater decrease in systolic blood pressure (SBP) was found in the catechin group compared with the control group for subjects whose initial SBP was 130 mm Hg or higher. Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol was also decreased to a greater extent in the catechin group. No adverse effect was found.


    SOURCE
    A green tea extract high in catechins reduces body fat and cardiovascular risks in humans, Nagao T, Hase T, Tokimitsu I., Obesity (Silver Spring), 2007, Jun,15(6), P.1473-1483


    4) Triphala

    ABSTRACT
    According to Ayurvedic practitioners, daily use of Triphala promotes appetite, ensures good digestion, increases red blood cells and hemoglobin, and helps in removal of undesirable fat. Triphala creates a favorable chemical environment for the proliferation of beneficial intestinal bacteria and an unfavorable environment for non-beneficial intestinal bacteria.


    SOURCE
    Therapeutic Uses of Triphala in Generic Diseases, Dr. Mradu Gupta, International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences, V1(2), 2010


    5) Piper Longum

    ABSTRACT
    Pharmacological inhibition of acyl CoA diacylglycerol acyltransferase has emerged as a potential therapy for the treatment of obesity. Compounds containing piperidine groups are considered potential acyl CoA diacylglycerol acyltransferase inhibitors.


    SOURCE
    Overview for Various Aspects of the Health Benefits of Piper Longum Linn. Fruit, Suresh Kumaremail, Jitpal Kamboj, Suman, Sunil Sharma, Journal of Acupuncture and Meridian Studies, Volume 4, Issue 2, June 2011, Pages 134–140.


    6) Valeriana Wallichii

    ABSTRACT
    Valeriana wallichii (Tagara) is used in Indian traditional system of medicine due to various medicinal properties. Recent researches suggest that it exhibits various properties like anxiolytic activity, anti stress activity, antidepressant activity, antispasmodic activity, hypotensive effect, sleep inducer activity and hepatotoxic activity. These evidences validate the ancient claim of Ayurveda regarding therapeutic potential of Valeriana wallichii.


    SOURCE
    Ayurpharm - International Journal of Ayurveda and Allied Sciences, Vol.2, No.5 (2013) Pages 144 - 150


    7) Embelia Ribes

    ABSTRACT
    Embelia ribes Burm. f. belongs to the family Myrsinaceae found in hilly parts of India up to 1500 m. elevation from outer Himalayas to Western Ghats. It is an endangered medicinal plant valued for its digestive, carminative, anthelmintic and laxative property since time immemorial. It is also used in diabetes, heart related problems, nerval disorders, cancerous tumors and liver disorders. The seeds are also used for wound healing antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, analgesic and contraceptive activity. Due to over exploitation of this plant it is reported in red list data book as vulnerable [Ravikumar & Ved 2000]. Therefore an overview of this plant on pharmacognosy, pharmacology, safety and toxicity is presented below along with HPLC details of Embelin the active constituent of the seeds.


    SOURCE
    Endangered Medicinal Plant Embelia ribes Burm.f.- A Review, Pharmacognosy Journal, G.U. Harish, Vijay Danapur, Renuka Jain, Villoo Morawala Patell, 27/4/2012, P.6-19