Irritable Bowel Support
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IBS & constipation management.

Irritable Bowel Support is formulated combining the most sacred herbs explained in Ayurveda to treat chronic Irritable Bowel Syndrome and long-term constipation.

  • Helps treat chronic IBS, constipation, Indigestion, colitis, dyspepsia and hyperacidity.
  • Addresses GI ulcers, chronic diarrhea, chronic giardiasis, amoebic and bacterial dysentery.
  • Helps absorb nutrition and successful elimination of stool in routine.
  • Lubricates and soothes the bowel and prevent from developing other chronic diseases such as ulcers, piles and fistula etc.

Key Ingredients

It cures gastric ulcers that are caused due to the imbalance of mucosa levels or oxidative stress in gastric tract. In Ayurveda, this is said to cure diarrhea and dysentery without fever.
It is used in treating diarrhoea, irritable bowel syndrome etc. It promotes intestinal health and comfortable.It is a very useful for the proper functioning of intestines.
It improves lactation, stimulates appetite, and supports epidemic jaundice, viral hepatitis. It shields the liver from toxins.Useful in dysentery with bleeding, bloating, mucus and parasites. It scrapes toxic accumulations from the intestines and blood.It is very useful in dyspepsia. It strengthens the stomach and improve appetite thus stimulating.
It is used in treatment of malabsorption syndrome, anorexia etc. And all sorts of digestive disorders It is used in the Ayurvedic treatment of malasborption syndrome, anorexia, indigestion, lack of strength, muscle wasting, difficulty in breathing etc. Helps in treating Diarrhea, Dysentery, flatulence, colic.

Ayurvedic Proprietary Medicines

Each 800mg caps contains pure herbal extracts of :

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Direction of Use :
1 - 2 Capsules with empty stomach ,twice a day with Luke warm water
(Caution: To be taken under medical supervision or as directed by physician)
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Gut Health & Ayurveda

  • Daily Cleansing
  • IBS Management
  • Piles Management

What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)?

IBS is a condition of the colon and/or rectum where a person experiences a series of symptoms, such as lower abdominal pain/spasms, diarrhea, and/or constipation.

What does Ayurveda say about IBS?

IBS is called as Grahani in Ayurveda. Grahani is the seat of Agni (Digestive fire) and is called so because of holding up the food. Normally, it holds up the food (till it is digested) and releases it from the side after it is digested. But when it is deranged due to weak digestive fire it releases the ingested material (Ama) even in unripe condition. It would result in symptoms such as - thirst, lassitude, debility, delayed digestion, spasms, alternate diarrhea / constipation and heaviness in body.

What is Ayurveda’s approach to IBS?

Grahani (IBS) is such a disease where with much precaution in diet, lifestyle and using herbs you can keep it in check. There are plenty of things you can do to take some of the irritability out of your bowels.

  • 1. Try changing your diet.
  • 2. Avoid excess tea, coffee, alcohol, cola, and carbonated beverages.
  • 3. You should eat slowly and in a relaxed environment as possible don’t eat during indigestion, or eating irregularly.
  • 4. Avoid intake of unsuitable food, heavy, cold, contaminated or too sweet food, which is heavy to digest.
  • 5. Omit strong spices; too oily i.e. fried food, fatty foods, and flatus alleviating foods.
  • 6. Tobacco should be eliminated entirely. Avoid all forms of tobacco, including smoking, chewing or snuffing.
  • 7. It is important to eliminate nervous tension if possible.
  • 8. Train your bowel, it is an important part of managing irritable bowel symptoms, when the problem is mostly constipation.
  • 9. Don’t suppress the urge of urine & stool.
  • 10. Take fiber rich diet in case of constipation.


  • • Change in bowel movement patterns • Bloating and excess gas • Pain the lower belly • Mucus in stools • Nausea / headache • Poor appetite/ tiredness • Backache / muscle pains • Feeling quickly full after eating • Bladder symptoms( an associated irritable bladder) • Heartburn / belching