Calcurosin Tablet

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Calcurosin Tablet is a Lithotryptic as it can disintegrate the renal calculi into fine particles and also it checks the reformation of renal calculi and repeat urinary infection. It an avert surgical intervention.

 

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Composition:

Each film coated tablet contains:

Gokhru (Tribulus terrestris) Sd. Ext. BH.P................................20 mg

Punarnava (Boerhavia diffusa) Rt. Ext. BH.P...........................20 mg

Chopchini (Smilax china) Rz. Ext. BH.P...................................30 mg

Haldi (Curcuma longa) Rz. Ext. BH.P.......................................40 mg

Pashanbhed (Bergenia ciliata) Rt. Ext. BH.P............................50 mg

Musta (Cyperus rotundus) Rz. Pow. BH.P.................................30 mg

Kapoor (Cinnamomum camphora) Cr. BH.P.................................5 mg

Shuddh Shilajit A.B.......................................................................5 mg

Excipients......................................................................................Q.S.

 

Indication/ Usage:

  • Vrikk Ashmari (Renal calculi)
  • Mutra Vikar (UTI)

 

Dosage: 

Adult      :  2 Tablets three times a day with water

Children :  1 Tablet three times a day with water

Preferably with coconut water or as directed by the physician 

 

Quantity : Content 100 Tablets in each Pouch

Note :

“The information provided on this page is not intended to substitute any advice from a registered medical practioner. Please do not use this advice for self-medication, diagnosis, treatment or substitution of a prescribed medicine. This product is being sold to you under the assumption that you have been prescribed this medicine by a registered medical practitioner. You must abide and follow advice given by a registered medical practitioner”