Dosage & Administration
Reimun-A 3 tablets o.d. in the morning
Reimun-B 3 tablets o.d. in the evening

Each Reimun Combipack comprises of Reimun-A tablets 90 tablets + Reimun-B tablets 90 tablets
Each Reimun-A tablet represents
Loha bhasma (Iron Calx) 50 mg
Yasad bhasma (Zinc Calx) 25 mg
Abhrak bhasma (Silica Calx) 25 mg
Kapoor (Camphor) 10 mg
Each Reimun-B tablets represents:
Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) 60 mg
Katira (Astralagus membranacaus /
60 mg
Lasuna (Allium Sativum) 60 mg
Mahakal (Trichosanthes palmata /
60 mg
Chorak (Angelica galuca) 60 mg
Apamarga / Lalongo (Achyranthes aspera/bidentata) 60 mg
Dudhal (Taraxacum officinale) 60 mg
Ashwagandha (Withamia somifera) 60 mg
Kutki (Pickrohiza kuorra) 60 mg
Ustukhudus (Prunella vulgaris) 60 mg
Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia) 60 mg
Jesthimadh (Glycyrrhizae glabra) 60 mg
Saunth (Zingiber officinale) 60 mg
Halad (Curcuma longa) 60 mg
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Therapeutic Category : Immunorestorative - Immunomodulator
Individual indigenous drugs in Reimun induce secretion of beneficial anti-inflammatory cytokines and inhibit secretion of harmful pro-inflammatory cytokines to resurrect immunity. Scientifically designed clinical studies have confirmed the benefits of Reimun in improving immunity in HIV infected patients. Studies at multiple centers have shown that :
  • Reimun significantly improves the absolute CD4 lymphocytes count over the baseline throughout the study period.
  • Reimun shows increase in percentage CD4 lymphocyte counts.
  • Reimun improves the over-all clinical status of the HIV positive patients as confirmed by the significant improvement in the Karnofsky Performance Score.
  • Reimun shows marked hematonic effect evidenced by the significant improvement in the haemoglobin levels.
  • Reimun significantly reduces the incidence and frequency of contracting newer opportunistic infections.
  • Reimun ensures improved quality of life of the immuno deficient patients.
Clinical Studies
  • Immune Deficiency syndrome like HIV infection
  • Cachexia (Dhatusosa)