The aggravation of three doshas Vata, Pitta and Kapha leads to these kind of diseases. A malfunctioning of the liver may not become apparent immediately, unless, the blood flow through it is impeded or the bile ducts are obstructed. Nor does it recover quickly once a disorder lodges itself in the organ.
It has found to be a good expectorant in chronic cough for treating:
- Chronic Bronchitis
- Whooping Cough
- Sore Throat
- Bronchial Asthma
- Upper and Lower Respiratory Tract Infection
" G-Kof Syrup is an excellent medication. My daughter had been coughing for 6 weeks and I had been coughing for 3 weeks and we have been taking G-Kof Syrup for a week now and our cough is almost gone. Thank you, my faith in Ayurvedic medicine has been renewed now." - Anu Deshpande, USA
"G-Kof syrup was very effective for cough. I got the result in one day of use. I tried your product beause of the effective composition of tulsi, ginger, honey, kasni. I have heard of these herbs as good ailment for throat, and this product has shown excellent results to me." - Siddharth
Composition of G-KOF Syrup:
- Mulathi - 100mg
- Vasaka - 100mg
- Hanspadi -100mg
- Kasni - 100mg
- Kantkari - 100mg
- Bahera - 100mg
- Sunthi - 100mg
- Tankan - 100mg
- Tulsi - 100mg
- Banaksha - 100mg
- Zoofa - 100mg
- Sat Pipramint - 2mg
- Nilgiri Oil - 0.03mg
- Honey - 100mg
Packaging: 100ml Plastic Bottle
Dosage: 2-3 teaspoon three times a day or as directed by the physician. It is 100% herbal and safe. Guaranteed Results. Send us your Feedback here.
Mulathi (Glycyrrhiza glabra), (Liquorice) : In ancient Chinese pharmacy, it was used for its rejuvenating properties especially when used for long periods. It was used to quench thirst, alleviate feverishness, pain, cough and distress of breathing.
Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum), (Holy Basil): The leaves of tulsi yield an essential oil which contains eugenol, carvacrol, methyl eugenol, and carophyllene. The plant has medicinal properties and the leaves are specific for many fevers. The seeds of the plant are also useful for chronic dysentery, cough and fever.
Ginger (Zingiber officinale), (Adrak) : Ginger has been used as a medicine in India from Vedic period and is called maha-aushadhi, meaning the great medicine. The herb is an excellent remedy for coughs and cold.
Kasni (Cichorium intybus), (Chicory): Kasni is a tonic herb which taken in moderate quantities cure hay fever, cough, sore throat. Powder of dry root along with honey is a good expectorant in chronic bronchitis.
Honey: It acts as demulcent and anti-inflammatory.
Bahera (Terminalia belerica), (Belleric Myroblan): The bahera fruit is one of the three constituents of the famous Indian preparation triphala, the other two being embelica myroblan (amla) and chebulic myroblan (harad) and is a goody remedy for coughs.
Zoofa (Hyssopus officinalis), (Zufah yabis): Herbalists recommend Zoofa for treating wide range of respiratory disorders such as influenza, colds, catarrh and bronchitis. Marrubiin, a bitter principle in the plant, has expectorant qualities and helps to promote the removal of catarrhal matter and phlegm from the bronchial tubes.
Kantkari (Solanum nigrum): Protects the respiratory tract from harmful effects of histamines, which are liberated during allegic cough.
Vasaka (Adhatoda vasica): Dilutes the viscous sputum and helps to expectorate it out
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