Dosage & Administration
2 tablets two times a day
1 tablet two times a day

Apply 2 to 3 times a day in affected area

30 Tablets Blister / bottle
20 gms tube
Each Glydetabs tablet contains:
Nagkeshar (Mesua ferrea) 150 mg
Awala (Emblica officinalis) 50 mg
Harda (Terminalia chebula) 50 mg
Beheda (Terminalia belerica) 50 mg
Daruhalad (Berberis aristata) 25 mg
Kutki (Picrorrhiza kurroa) 25 mg
Kutaj (Holarrhena antidysenterica) 25 mg
Cream contains : Dried aqueous extracts of
Awala (Emblica officinalis) 1.0 %
Harda (Terminalia chebula) 1.0 %
Beheda (Terminalia belerica) 1.0 %
Daruhalad (Berberis aristata) 1.0 %
Kutaj (Holarrhena antidysenterica) 1.0 %
Nirgundi (Vitex negundo) 1.0 %
Lajjalu (Mimosa pudica) 1.0 %
Haridra (Curcuma longa) 1.0 %
And powders of
Kapur (Camphor) 1.0 %
Tankana (Borax) 1.0 %
Yashad bhasma (Zinc calyx) 3.0 %
Yavakshar (Potassium carbonate) 3.0 %
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Glydetabs - Tablets
Therapeutic Category : Anti-haemorrhoidal
The botanical drugs in Glydetabs tablets and Glyde cream synergize to normalize the damaged haemorrhoidal pathology by:
  • Scavenging damaging free radicals
  • Reducing pain & inflammation
  • Enhancing wound healing and
  • Stimulating fibro-muscular repair of the fibro-muscular supporting tissue in the mucosa above the anal cushions AND at the same time preventing further deterioration by:
  • Aiding stool formation
  • Softening the stools and
  • Easing faecal evacuation
  • Piles (Arsa)
  • Fistula-in-ano (Bhagandara)
  • Fissure-in-ano (Parikarta)
  • Bleeding Piles (Raktarsa)
  • Dry Piles (Suskrasa)