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Herbal Cystone Tablets Information: Herbal Cystone prevents supersaturation of lithogenic substances, controls oxamide (a substance that precipitates stone formation) absorption from the intestine and corrects the crystalloid-colloid imbalance. Cystone inhibits calculogenesis by reducing stone-forming substances like oxalic acid, calcium hydroxyproline, etc., and causes their expulsion by micropulverization.
Cystone causes disintegration of the calculi and the crystals by acting on the mucin, which binds the particles together. Cystone’s antimicrobial activity is beneficial in the prevention of urinary tract infections associated with urinary stones and crystalluria. Cystone’s antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory activities relieve ureteric colic and alleviate symptoms of painful and burning micturition.
Herbal Cystone Ingredients: Each Herbal Cystone tablet contains –
Exts. Shilapuspha (Didymocarpus pedicellata) 130mg
Pasanabheda (Saxifraga ligulata Syn. Bergenia ligulata / ciliata) 8mg
Manjishtha (Rubia cordifolia) 32mg
Nagarmusta (Cyperus scariosus) 32mg
Apamarga (Achyranthes aspera) 32mg
Gojiha (Onosma bracteatum) 32mg
Sahadevi (Vernonia cinerea) 32mg
Pdrs. Shilajeet (Purified) 26mg
Hajrul yahood bhasma 32mg
Herbal Cystone Tablets Usage: Herbal Cystone tablets are useful when the following symptoms are displayed:
· Oxalate stones
· Phosphate stones
· Uric acid and urate stones
· Prevents post-operative recurrence of stones
· Mixed crystals - glycolic acids
2. As an adjuvant in:
· Urinary tract infections
· Urinary tract infections during pregnancy
· Non-specific urethritis
· Cystitis, pyelitis
· Burning micturition
· Gout and hyperuricemia
3. Urinary incontinence in women
Herbal Cystone Dosage: Please consult your physician to prescribe the dosage that best suits your condition.
Herbal Cystone Side Effects: Herbal Cystone tablets are not known to have any side effects if taken as per the prescribed dosage.
Herbal Cystone Clinical Studies: Effect of Cystone, a herbal formulation, on glycolic acid-induced urolithiasis in rats - Mitra, S.K., Gopumadhavan, S., Venkataranganna, M.V. and Sundaram, R., R&D Centre, The Himalaya Drug Co., Bangalore, Karnataka, India, Phytotherapy Research (1998): (12), 372.
Urinary mucoprotein excretion in stone formers and the effect of an indigenous formulation on its excretion - Singh, P.P., Vinita Rathore, Gochar, B.L. and Pendse, A.K., Department of Biochemistry and Surgery, R.N.T. Medical College, Udaipur, Rajasthan, Asian Medical Journal (1985): (28), 4, 261.
Role of Cystone in management of urinary tract infections - Srivastava, R.K., Dayal, S.S. and Singh, R.C., Department of Pharmacology, G.S.V.M. Medical College, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, Current Medical Practice (1991): (35), 4, 89.
Protective effects of Cystone, a polyherbal ayurvedic preparation, on cisplatin-induced renal toxicity in rats - Mahadev Rao and Rao, M.N.A., Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Manipal, Karnataka, India, Journal of Ethnopharmacology (1998): 62, 1.