Composition of Baidyanath Lakshadi Guggulu
Each tablet contains:
- Laksha(Lac)(Laccifer lacca)
- Shuddha Guggulu - Purified (Commiphora mukul)
- Hadjod (Cissus quadrangularis)
- Arjuna (Terminalia arjuna)
- Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)
- Nagabala (Grewia populifolia)
Dosage and Directions for taking Lakshadi Guggulu
1 to 2 Tablets to be taken twice daily with water as directed by your physician.
Lakshadi Guggulu from Baidyanath
Established in 1917, Shree Baidyanath Ayurved Bhawan Pvt. Ltd. (Kolkata), popularly known as Baidyanath is one of India’s most respected Ayurvedic Companies.
The Company has played a pioneering role in re-establishing ancient knowledge with modern research and manufacturing techniques.
Ayurveda is a 5000 year old Science of health care and herbal treatment. It is now backed by modern scientific research and technologies and provides its gentle healing touch to millions around the world.
Lakshadi Guggulu side effects
Generally it has no known side effects when taken as per prescribed dosage
If taken in heavy dosages (more than 6 grams per day), the following side effects can occur
Allergic reaction to any of its ingredient can result in itching, hives and skin rashes.
When combined with some thyroid medications, Z-guggulsterone increased the uptake of iodine by the thyroid gland as well as oxygen uptake in the liver and bicep tissues. Gugulipid significantly reduces the bioavailability of the drugs Propranolol and Diltiazem and should not be taken by those who are on these drugs. Guggul may potentiate the effects of aspirin, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and warfarin.
Guggul is a uterine stimulant, making it useful for regulating menstruation but contraindicated during pregnancy
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