Cephagraine Nasal Drops: Benefits, How To Use, Ingredients, Side Effects

Cephagraine Nasal drops is a proprietary Ayurvedic medicine manufactured by Charak Pharmaceuticals. It is a natural decongestant and analgesic therapy for sinusitis and migraine. 

In sinusitis Cephagraine Nasal Drops reduce inflammation, liquefies mucous and relieves congestion.
Cephagraine reduces frequency, severity and duration of migraine by its anti-inflammatory and analgesic property.

Benefits of Cephagraine Nasal Drops:
Promotes decongestion action on nasal mucosa and thereby reduces nasal discharge.
Provides effective relief of nasal congestion and easy breathing.
Provides analgesic and anti-inflammatory action thereby relieves associated headache and pain.
Relieves nausea and reduces anxiety associated with migraine.
Reduces frequency and duration of migraine attacks.
Prevents decongestion and blockage of nasal cavity.

Ingredients of Cephagraine Nasal Drops:
Each 15 ml contains –
Jambeera swarasa [Citrus limon] – 50 %
Shuddha sharkara [Saccharum officinarum] – 30 %
Karpoora [Cinnamomum camphora] – 0.1 % – camphor

Extracts of –
Jambeera [Citrus limon] – 10 % – Citron fruit looks like a big lemon, with very think skin with very less inner pulp content. Its fruit peel, seed, pulp etc are used in Ayurvedic treatment. It is widely used for treating abdominal colic, digestive disorders, piles etc.
Erandamoola [Ricinus communis] – 2 %
Jeevanti [Leptadenia reticulata] – 2 %
Yastimadhu [Glycyrrhiza glabra] – 2 %
Shatavari [Asperagus racemosus] – 2 %  -It helps mother to lactate more, useful in treating male and female infertility, induces sleep, calms mind and stomach and much more.
Vidanga [Embelica ribes] – 2 %
Shunti [Zingiber officinale] – 0.5 %
Flavored base – q.s.

Indication of Cephagraine Nasal Drops:
Migraine syndrome
Tension/vascular headache

Direction for use of Cephagraine Nasal Drops:
In sinusitis – 2 drops instilled in each nostril every 4 hours for 7 days. The course may be repeated after a month.
In migraine – The first dose should be instilled on or before sunrise and repeated whenever attack is impeding.
Cephagraine tablets and nasal drops can be used simultaneously for better results.
How long to use?
It can be safely used for a period of 2 – 3 months time, with gradual decrease in dosage.

Side effects of Cephagraine Nasal Drops:
There are no recorded side effects with this medicine.
For nasal instillation only, not meant for oral consumption.
A patient complained about nausea and heaviness and dizziness in head with this medicine. But such a side effect is very rare.
Avoid accidental exposure to eyes. In case of eye contact, wash eyes thoroughly with cold water for 3 – 5 minutes. If burning sensation, eye irritation and redness persists, consult an eye specialist.
Avoid accidental oral intake.
Store in a cool dry place, in an air tight container, away from direct sunlight.
Keep out of reach and sight of children.

Presentation & Package:
Dropper bottle of 15 ml.
Cephagraine set/twin pack of Cephagraine Tablet & Nasal Drops.
Shelf life or expiration date: 2 years from the date of manufacture.

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  1. Hi , when i put these drops ,, i will get continue sneezings for 10 15 min, and my eyes will get irritated which pushes me rub them , hence they turn to red . Is this sneezings common ?

  2. Dr Om Prakash Singh says:

    Can drop may be administered to infants also.

  3. When i put some drops in my nose iwell get nausea and heavynesss and dizeness in my head …is it any side effect.where i put the drops in nose wherethey going head are mouth tell me it

  4. Sridhar Samudrala says:

    does ayurvedic medicine have expiry date? do we have to follow the date on packs strictly?

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