Arsol Capsule is used for the treatment of piles (hemorrhoids), painful defecation associated with constipation and fissures. It helps to reduce bleeding and pain occurring in the piles. It is beneficial in the first and second degree of hemorrhoids and bleeding piles. It relieves constipation and reduces discomfort while defecation.
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|Ativisha (Atish) – Aconitum Heterophyllum Extract||160 mg|
|Suran Kand – Amorphophallus Campanulatus Extract||160 mg|
|Reetha (Arishtaka or Soap nut) – Sapindus Trifoliatus Bark Powder||32 mg|
|Shuddha Rasoth (Rasanjana or Rasont) – Berberis Aristata||16 mg|
|Ghrita Kumari – Aloe Vera||8 mg|
|Vanshlochan (Vans Kapur) – Bambusa Arundinacea||8 mg|
|Sanay (Swarna Patri) – Cassia Angustifolia||8 mg|
|Saunf (Fennel Seeds) – Foeniculum Vulgare||8 mg|
Based on ingredients, Arsol Capsules are likely to have following medicinal actions:
- Mild laxative
- Piles (Hemorrhoids) – Bleeding non-bleeding
- Fistula-in-Ano (may not be effective, but used for minimizing symptoms)
- Anorectal Pain associated with constipation
Dosage & Administration
|The general dosage of Arsol is as follows.|
|Adults||1 to 2 Capsules|
|Maximum Possible Dosage||6 Capsules Per Day (in divided doses) **|
|Doses: Twice or thrice a day with lukewarm water|
|Best Time to Take: An hour after Food|
|** The maximum dosage of Arsol Capsules is a general estimate.|
|Treatment Duration: 1 to 3 months or until complete relief from the symptoms and disease|
Arsol is considerably safe for most individuals in recommended dosage when taken under professional supervision.
Side Effects of Arsol Capsule
There are no side effects observed when Arsol capsules are used wisely. However, its overdose can cause mild diarrhea.
Arsol has laxative action, so it should not be used in acute diarrhea and dysentery.
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