Dosage & Administration
Tablets :
1 Tablet two times a day
Suspension :
10 ml two times a day

Tablets :
30 Blister / Tablets bottle
Syrup :
100 ml & 200 ml bottle
Each Ulciheal tablet contains:
Praval Bhasma (Coral Calx) 10 mg
Muktasukti Bhasma (Oyster shell Calx) 25 mg
Shankh Bhasma (Conch shell Calx) 25 mg
Kapardak Bhasma (Cowrie shell Calx) 25 mg
Harda (Terminalia chebula) 10 mg
Beheda (Terminalia belerica) 20 mg
Amla (Emblica officinalis) 40 mg
Sunthi (Zingiber officinale) 65 mg
Shankhpushpi (Convovulus pluricaulis) 70 mg
Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum) 70 mg
Pudina (Mentha spicata) 70 mg
Jesthmadh (Glycyrrhiza glabra) 70 mg
Each 5 ml Ulciheal suspension contains:
Praval Bhasma (Coral Calx) 10 mg
Muktasukti Bhasma (Oyster shell Calx) 50 mg
Dugdha Pashana (Soft stone) 100 mg
Shankh Bhasma (Conch shell Calx) 270 mg
Kapardak Bhasma (Cowrie shell Calx) 270 mg
And aqueous extracts from
Harda (Terminalia chebula) 20 mg
Beheda (Terminalia belerica) 40 mg
Amla (Emblica officinalis) 80 mg
Sunthi (Zingiber officinale) 80 mg
Shankhpushpi (Convovulus pluricaulis) 80 mg
Ocimum sanctum (Tulsi) 100 mg
Pudina (Mentha spicata) 100 mg
Jesthimadh (Glycyrrhiza glabra) 100 mg
Peppermint satva (Menthol) 5 mg
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Ulciheal Tablets & Suspension
Therapeutic Category : Anti-hyperacidity Syndrome
The botanicals and naturals in Ulciheal synergize to give immediate relief in hyperacidity syndrome by a variety of cytoprotective & anti-secretory mechanisms in the stomach – duodenal region. These include :
  • Instant neutralisation of acidity due to potent antacid action
  • Preventing re-bound acidity by reducing acid & pepsin secretion
  • Long-term relief by improving mucosal defensive factors by
    o enhancing gastric mucin production & secretion
    o promoting mucosal cell proliferation
    o increasing life span of mucosal cells
    o hastening rapid healing of ulcers
  • Hyperacidity (Amlapitta)
  • Dyspepsia (Mandagni)
  • Epigastric reflux (Adhmana)
  • Duodenal ulcers (Sularoga)