Unani Proprietary Medicine

Hamdard Cinkara Syrup – Multivitamin Syrup and Tonic

Hamdard Cinkara Syrup is multivitamin syrup that contains some herbal ingredients in addition to vitamins and minerals. The combination provides nutrients and phytonutrients beneficial for improving general well-being and increases the resistance of the body to prevent general weakness.

Ingredients (Composition)

Ingredients30 ml Cinkara Syrup contains:
Vitamin A Palmitate I.P. equivalent to1250 I.U. of Vitamin A
Vitamin B1 I.P.1 mg
Vitamin B2 I.P.1 mg
Vitamin C I.P.15 mg
Vitamin D3 I.P.100 I.U.
Niacinamide I.P.13 mg
Calcium Lactate I.P.100 mg
Sodium Ascorbate I.P.10 mg
Concentrated Aqueous extract of (one liter contains extract from 8 grams of each of the following):
Cardamom Fruit (Chhoti Ilaychi) I.P. 663.1 ml
Clove (Laung)
Coriander (Dhania)
Cinnamon (Kalmi Dal Chini)
Cinnamomum Cassia (Darchini)
Rosa Damascena (Gulab Ke Phool)
Dried Orange Peel (Narangi Ka Chhilka)
Jatamansi (Balchhar)
Anisum (Aniseed)
Oil of CassiaQ.S.
Santalum Album OilQ.S.
Orange Oil Sweet B.P.C.Q.S.
Syrup BaseQ.S. to 30 ml
Cinkara Syrup Composition
Cinkara Syrup Composition

Cinkara Indications & Uses

  • Vitamin deficiency
  • Vitamin deficiency due to antibiotics
  • Mild mineral deficiency
  • Loss of appetite
  • For gaining weight
  • Mild malnutrition
  • General debility
  • Stress
  • Weakness after fever or acute illness
  • To promote Growth of children
  • To increase stamina particularly in sports
  • Strenuous exercises
  • To increase body’s resistance to infections
  • Convalescence
  • Pregnancy

Dosage & Administration

 The general dosage of Cinkara Syrup is as follows.
Children5 to 15 ml
Adults30 ml
Maximum Possible Dosage60 ml Per Day (in divided doses)
Doses: 2 Doses per day
When to Take: Immediately before a meal; or After a meal

Safety Profile

Cinkara Syrup is considerably safe for most individuals when taken in an appropriate dosage under professional supervision.

Side Effects of Cinkara

There are no side effects observed with Cinkara Syrup.


There are no absolute contraindications for Cinkara Syrup.

Pregnancy & Lactation

Cinkara is likely to be safe to consume by pregnant women and lactating mothers. There are no adverse effects reported with the use of Cinkara syrup in lactating mothers and breastfeeding babies.

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Dr. Jagdev Singh

Dr. Jagdev Singh is a qualified Ayurvedic Practitioner and Herbalist with B.A.M.S. and M. Sc. in Medicinal Plants. He has a wealth of experience in using Ayurveda to treat patients, including the use of herbal medicine and personalized Ayurvedic diets. His passion for spreading accurate and scientific information about Ayurveda and Medicinal Plants led him to create Ayur Times, a trusted resource for those seeking reliable information on the topic. Through his dedicated work, Dr. Singh has helped thousands of patients find relief and improve their health with Ayurveda and Herbal Medicine.


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