Sarpagandha or Chanderbhanga (Indian snakeroot) is a herbal medicine that has been used in Ayurveda since time immortal. The herb has been well-accepted worldwide for its anti-hypertensive properties. Studies have shown that ‘Sarpagandha’ helps in combating feelings of anxiety due to stress, restlessness, tension, or nervousness. The formulation contains Vijaya or Bhanga which is being used in close to 200 Ayurvedic formulations and has a direct action on ‘Manovah Srotas’, thereby controlling many of the ailments of psychosomatic origin.
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Each 500mg tablet of ‘Cannasure Sarpagandha Ghan Vati’ contains
Khurasani Ajwain 12.6%
Dosage for Adults
1 to 2 Tablets/ Day or as directed by the physician
Cow’s Milk, Gulab ark (Diluted Rose water)
Route of Administration
Effect on Tridosha
Side Effects and Contradictions
Usually safe for all but in some cases, it can cause dryness of mouth, so the physician must advise medicine/remedies to counter the same. In very high dosages can bring sedation, increased heartbeat, and nausea.
Schedule E-1 drug. To be taken strictly under medical supervision.
Store in a cool and dry place, away from sunlight. Advisable storage temperature is 7 C* to 30 C*Keep out of reach of children and protect from Direct sunlight, Heat, Light, and Moisture
Overdosage may bring sedation effects.