Tablets :
30 Tablets Blister / bottle
Syrup :
100 ml & 200 ml bottle

Each Detoxina tablet represents :
Kutki (Picrorhiza kurroa) 120 mg
Punarnava (Boerhaavia diffusa) 120 mg
Kalmegh (Andrographis paniculata) 120 mg
Devdangri (Luffa echinata) 60 mg
Bhangro (Eclipta alba) 60 mg
Bhuiavala (Phyllanthus niruri) 60 mg
Each 10 ml Detoxina Syrup represents :
Kutki (Picrorhiza kurroa) 50 mg
Punarnava (Boerhaavia diffusa) 50 mg
Devdangri (Luffa echinata) 50 mcg
Jeshtimadh (Glycerrhiza glabra) 100 mcg
Kalmegh (Andrographis paniculata) 200 mg
Bhangro (Eclipta alba) 200 IU
Bhuiavala (Phyllanthus niruri) 200 mg
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57 Hepatoprotective adjuncts in management of HIV & Tuberculosis
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Detoxina - Syrup/Tablets
Therapeutic Category : Hepato-protective & Appetite Stimulant
Individual botanicals in Detoxina tablets & syrup have multiple hepato-tropic actions which help in :
  • Maintaining structural and functional integrity of the liver,
  • Protecting hepatic metabolizing enzymes,
  • Overcoming hepatic inflammation & oedema,
  • Normalising impaired hepatic function and abnormal liver function tests,
  • Stimulating active liver cell proliferation and liver cell regeneration,
  • Correcting impaired hepato-cellular bile production and promotes bile flow,
  • Increasing hepato-cellular antioxidant capacity & hepatic detoxification capacity
  • Improving appetite, digestion and growth.
Botanicals in Detoxina also exhibit specific HBV antiviral activity to :
  • Inactivate HBV viral surface antigen
  • Inhibit HBV replication by inhibiting the viral DNA polymerase
In cases of
  • Anorexia (Kshudhamandya)
  • Growth failure (Vruddhi viphalata)
  • Chronic indigestion (Ajirna)
  • Convalescence (Rogopasamana)
  • Malnutrition (Kuposhana)
  • Prophylatically with anti-TB drugs
  • Adults : 1 tablet o.i.d. or 15 ml (tablespoonful) once a day
    Children : 10 ml (2 teaspoonfuls) once a day
In cases of
  • Mild to moderate liver dysfunction associated with alcohol consumption or associated with
    hepatotoxic drugs
  • Adults : 1 tablet b.i.d. or 15 ml (tablespoonful) twice a day
    Children : 10 ml (2 teaspoonfuls) twice a day
In cases of
  • Jaundice(Kamala)
  • Hepatitis B infection
  • Liver cirrhosis(Halimaka)
  • Adults : 1 tablet t.i.d or 15 ml (tablespoonful) thrice a day
    Children : 10 ml (2 teaspoonfuls) thrice a day
Studies & Trial Reports