Dosage & Administration
1 tablet two times a day
10 ml two times a day

30 tablets blister / bottle
100 ml & 200 ml bottle
Each Nephroheal tablet contains:
Pashanbheda (Bergenia ligulata) 60 mg
Bhuiamla (Phyllanthus niruri) 60 mg
Varuna (Crataeva nurvala) 60 mg
Gokshru (Tribulus terrestris) 60 mg
Lajjalu (Mimosa pudica) 30 mg
Punarnava (Boerhaavia diffusa) 30 mg
Sudh Shilajeet (Purified Asphaltam) 10 mg
Each 5 ml of Nephroheal syrup contains:
Pashanbheda (Bergenia ligulata) 100 mg
Bhuiamla (Phyllanthus niruri) 100 mg
Varuna (Crataeva nurvala) 100 mg
Gokshru (Tribulus terrestris) 50 mg
Lajjalu (Mimosa pudica) 50 mg
Punarnava (Boerhaavia diffusa) 50 mg
Sudh Shilajeet (Purified Asphaltam) 20 mg
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Nephroheal Tablets & Syrup
Therapeutic Category : Litholytic Nephroprotective Diuretic
Multiple botanicals in Nephroheal tablets & syrup synergise to exhibit diuretic, litholytic and nephro-protective action which :
  • Facilitates removal of existing calculi by
    o Detaching crystals attached to cell surface
    o Dissolution & disintegration of crystals
    o Flushing of crystals due to diuresis
  • Reduces recurrence of new calculi by
    o Decreasing new matrix calculi growth, crystal growth and aggregation Increasing incorporation of endogenous inhibitors of renal calculi formation, namely, glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) into calculi, making them softer
    o Decreasing urinary oxalate excretion
    o Decreasing calcium phosphate precipitation
  • Protects nephrons by
    o Anti-oxidant & rejuvenative activity
    o Augmenting local host immune responses
    o Reducing recurrent UTIs
  • Urinary disorders (Mutraroga)
  • Dysuria (Mutrakrcchra)
  • Kidney stones / Urinary calculus (Mutrasarkara)
  • Burning micturation (Mutradaha)
  • Oligouria (Mutrasada)
  • Renal / Ureteric colic (Pratuni)