Constiwin Capsule: Uses, Ingredients, Dose, Side Effects

Constiwin Capsule is a proprietary Ayurvedic medicine manufactured by Ayurwin Pharmaceuticals. It is a laxative used to treat constipation. 

Ing redients of Constiwin Capsule:
Eshwaragola [Plantago ovata] – 50 mg
Haritaki [Terminalia chebula] – 40 mg
Shatapushpa [Foeniculum vulgare] – 30 mg
Swarnapatri [Cassia angustifolia] – 40 mg It is an Ayurvedic herb more popularly known as Senna. It is mainly used as a blood purifier, laxative- for relieving constipation and to treat skin diseases. It is also known as Swarnapatri in Sanskrit.
Trivrit [Operculina turpenthum] – 30 mg – Trivrit is an important Ayurvedic herb, used in treatment of Kapha and Pitta dominant disorders. Apart from being useful as a medicinal herb, it is also a very important herb used in Panchakarma treatment called as Virechana – Purgation treatment.
Ajamoda [Tachyspermum ammi] – 40 mg
Yastimadhu [Glycyrrhiza glabra] – 30 mg
Chitraka [Plumbago zeylanica] – 30 mg
Jeeraka [Cuminum cyminum] – 30 mg
Shunti [Zingiber officinale] – 30 mg

Indication of Constiwin Capsule:
Acute and chronic constipation
Habitual constipation
Irregular bowel movement
Flatulence
Piles
Fistula in ano

 

Dosage of Constiwin Capsule:
Children – 1 capsule at bed time with a glass of warm water, or as directed by the physician.
Adults – 2 capsules at bed time with a glass of warm water, or as directed by the physician.
How long to use?
It can be safely used for a period of 2 – 3 weeks time, with gradual decrease in dosage.

Side effects of Constiwin Capsule:
There are no recorded side effects with this medicine.
Over dosage may result in loose motion.
It should be taken under strict medical supervision.

Presentation & Package: Bottle of 60 capsules.
Shelf life or expiration date: 3 years from the date of manufacture.

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