Calcury Tablet: Uses, Ingredients, Dose, Side Effects

Calcury Tablet is a proprietary Ayurvedic medicine manufactured by Charak Pharmaceuticals. It flushes out urine and bladder calculi and prevents recurrence. 

Mode of action of Calcury Tablet:
Calcury facilitates the passage of urinary calculi by diuretic, anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties.
Pashanabedha, Varuna and Hazal yahood pisti help disintegrate calculi.
By restoring normal bowel movement, Katuki in Calcury normalizes ureteral peristalsis and further facilitates the passage of calculi.
Punarnava has anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties.
Guduchi has anti-inflammatory and immuno-modulatory action.
Ikshumoola and Shileya have diuretic properties.
Gokshura & Varuna in Calcury also maintain crystalloid-colloid balance and prevent recurrence of urinary stones.

Benefits of Calcury Tablet:
Very safe & effective in patients who cannot undergo surgery/lithotripsy.
It is safe for long term usage.
Prevents recurrence of stone formation.

Ingredients of Calcury Tablet:
Each coated tablet contains powders & bhasmas of –
Gokshura [Tribulus terrestris] – 80 mg
Katuki [Picrorrhiza kurroa] – 80 mg
Shigru [Moringa oleifera] – 75 mg
Hazral yahood pisti – 50 mg
Pashanabheda [Berginia ligulata] – 15 mg
Shilapushpa [Didymocarpus pedicellata] – 10 mg
Punarnava [Boerhaavia diffusa] – 10 mg – It is well known for its diuretic and swelling reducing activities.
Dhanvayasa [Fagonia cretica] – 6 mg
Shuddha shilajitu [Asphaltum] – 6 mg
Palasha kshara [Butea monosperma] – 4 mg- Palashakshara is an Ayurvedic medicine, used in treating heavy menstrual bleeding. It is alkali preparation made with whole plant called Palasha.
Surya kshara [Potassium nitrate] – 4 mg
Yava kshara [Hordeum vulgare] – 4 mg
Ela [Elettaria cardamomum] – 3 mg – Cardamom – relieves abdominal colic pain arising due to kidney and bladder stones.

Mass extracts of –
Palasha pushpa [Butea monosperma] – 175 mg
Baru moola – 75 mg
Bhoipathiri – 75 mg
Doorvamoola [Cynodon dactylon] – 75 mg
Ikshumoola [Saccharum officinarum] – 75 mg
Shilapushpa [Didymocarpus pedicellata] – 75 mg
Sharapunkha [Tephrosia purpurea] – 75 mg
Arjuna [Terminalia arjuna] – 75 mg

Indication of Calcury Tablet:
Urinary calculi
Renal colic
Dysuria associated with renal calculi

Dosage of Calcury Tablet: 2 tablets 3-4 times a day.

Do’s:-
Drink plenty of water throughout the day.
Consume white variety of pumpkin and gourd.
Horse gram, mung, wheat, barley and ginger juice is recommended.
Stay indoor in summer/hot days.

Don’ts:-
Avoid fried & spicy food.
Reduce the consumption of beans, pulses, lady finger and tomatoes.
Avoid suppression of natural urge of urination.
Avoid sedentary life style.

Side effects of Calcury Tablet:
There are no recorded side effects with this medicine.
Should be taken under medical supervision.

Presentation & Package: Bottle of 40 tablets.
Shelf life or expiration date: 3 years from the date of manufacture.

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