Directions for use:
Add half glass of water (approximately 100 ml) to recomended quantity of Psyllivac Powder, stir and drink immediately.

Dosage & Administration
Adults :
One teaspoonful (approximately 5 gms) powder once or twice a day after meals
Childern :
Half teaspoonful (approximately 5 gms) powder once or twice a day after meals

50 grams & 100 grams
Each 5 grams Psyllivac Oral Powder contains :
Isapgol (Plantago ovata) 1.70 gms
Sonamukhi (Cassia augustifolia) 1.00 gms
Saindha Lavana (Rock salt) 0.20 gms
Saunth (Zingiber officinale) 0.10 gms
Jeera (Cuminum cyminum) 0.020 gms
Pudina satva (Mentha piperata) 0.020 gms
Miri (Piper nigrum) 0.020 gms
Hing (Asafetida) 0.01 gms
Sarjikakshar (Sodium bicarbonate) 1.10 gms
Nimbu ke Phool (Citric acid) 0.80 gms
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Psyllivac Powder
Therapeutic Category : Bowel Regulatory Stool Softening Laxative
The herbs in Psyllivac have synergise to deliver multiple G.I beneficial effects. These include :
  • Anti-flatulent (Adhmana nashak)
  • Carminative (Vayunasi)
  • Digestive (Pachaka)
  • Bowel regulatory (Antra niyamaka)
  • Stool softener & Laxative (Mrudu rechak & anumolak)
  • Constipation (Vitbandha / Vitsanga)
  • Digestive impairment (Agnimandya)
  • Irritable bowel syndrome - Irregualr bowels