Little Millet, Foxtail Millet, Barley, Kodo Millet, Barnyard Millet, Browntop millet, Green gram, Horse gram, Flax seed, Sesame seed, Soyabean, Sprouted Fenugreek, Beetroot flakes, Carrot flakes, Dry ginger, Ellachi, Garlic, Goji Berries, Pumpkin seed, Sweet potato, Cucumber seed. Aloevera, Ashoka, Castor root, Devadar, Gokshur, Harde whole, Lodhra, Pomagranate, Indian sarsaparilla, Amla, Sarasaparilla, Sappanwood, Punarnava, Sandalwood, Shatavari, Behada, Tailed pepper.
1. Balances haemoglobin, prevents anemia
2. Promotes fertility in women
3. Provides nourishment to foetus in pregnant women
“HELPS FULFILL YOUR PARENTAL DREAMS”
It is recommended for women having pregnancy-related challenges. Millets – Little Millet, Browntop millet etc. provide high nutritional value and as they are having micronutrients they also proved vitamins especially Vit A, B, C. Green gram, Horse gram pulses provide required proteins and best for malnutrition problems. Further they have anti-oxidant effect through which it removes toxic by products from the body.
Since, they contain good amount of Iron, Haemoglobin will be enhanced and improve anaemia. In many of women Anaemia is observed and due to this normal menstruation is disturbed. Furthermore anaemia also causes abortions. Thus increasing Haemoglobin content shall regulate availability of nourishment and oxygen supply to fetus in pregnant women.
Botanicals – Ashoka, Athimathuram, Chandan etc., promote fertility in women. Crystalline glycoside of Ashoka treats irregular menstrual cycles, amenorrhea, leucorrhoea, fibroids, cysts etc. Yatimadhu has estrogenic action and it regulates menstruation, cleans the uterus, and make an endometrial layer for implanting foetus and placenta. They minimize hormonal imbalances which cause infertility in women. Alkaloids present in Satavari, it also useful in proper contraction of the uterus after delivery.