Liver Syrup

Liver Syrup2020-02-11T22:06:42+05:30
  • Bhui Amla
  • Bhringraj
  • Kalmegh
  • Punarnava
  • Arjun
  • Makoya
  • Pitpapda
  • Senna
  • Sarpaunkha
  • Kasni
  • Kutaki
  • Triphla

The liver is known to be a very hardworking organ of human body thus very vital for human health. It plays a critical role in the digestion and metabolism of ingested nutrients. Advaliv Syrup is a sugar-free ayurvedic formulation to support liver health. A unique blend of various botanicals like Bhui amla, Bhringraj, Kalmegh, Punarnava, Arjun, Makoya among others to repair, restore and rejuvenate liver health and helps fight various liver ailments.

As an ideal liver protective, this liver syrup will help in curing and protecting liver against drug induced gastric damage leading to a healthy stomach. This tonic also checks for degeneration of liver cells and checks for any kind of liver damage and dysfunction. Appropriate intake of this liver syrup can help in restoring the normalcy in liver functions.

100 ml & 300 ml

  • Poor Appetite
  • Indigestion
  • Poor Liver Functions
  • Jaundice
  • Acute Hepatitis of varied Aetiology

Store in a cool, dry & dark place.

To be taken under Medical Supervision.

Adults: 1-2 teaspoonful, 3 times daily
Children: (3-6 years): ½ teaspoonful, 2 times daily
Children: (7-12 years): ½-1 teaspoonful, 2 times daily
Or as directed by the Physician.


Q1 What is Advaliv?

Advaliv is an Ayurvedic poly-herbal formulation fortified with vital herbs having potent hepatoprotective properties such as Bhringraj, Punarnava, Makoya, Bhui amla, Kalmegh, Arjun. It is designed for the treatment and management of various liver disorders like indigestion, poor appetite, jaundice etc.

Q2 What are the indications for Advaliv?

Advaliv has hepatoprotective, antioxidant, antimicrobial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory actions. Advaliv-DS can be taken in following indications:

  • Poor appetite
  • Indigestion
  • Poor liver functions
  • Jaundice
  • Acute Hepatitis of varied Aetiology

Q3 How can Advaliv syrup help in anorexia or loss of appetite?

Advaliv includes herbs like Eclipta alba (Bhringraj), Andrographis paniculata (Kalmegh), Boerhaavia diffusa (Punarnava), Solanum nigrum (Makoya), Phyllanthus niruri (Bhui amla) and Terminalia arjuna (Arjun) which are known to check degeneration of liver cells and prevent hepatocellular damage, thus restoring appetite and digestion. Beside that all these herbs stimulate the secretion of digestive enzymes, show potential choleretic activity, thus help in faster digestion, assimilation & metabolism. In this way, Advaliv improves appetite and digestion.

Q4 How does Advaliv work in drug-induced hepatitis?

Key ingredients of Advaliv exhibit hepatoprotective properties against drug-induced liver damage by protecting the gastric mucosa and balancing gastric acid secretion. Advaliv reduces hepatotoxicity due to anti-tubercular drugs and improves patient compliance.

Q5 Does Advaliv act as a adjuvant therapy or it is a complete mono therapy in the treatment of liver disorders?

Advaliv is a safe and comprehensive co-prescription along with Anti-biotics, Pain relievers, ATT & Hepatotoxic drugs in order to check immediate progression to severity and effectively restore liver function parameters. It restores the metabolic efficiency of the liver and accelerates the rate of recovery. Advaliv can be prescribed as a mono therapy in cases of anorexia, hepatitis- B, icterus or chronic digestive problems prescribed as a mono therapy.

Q6 What is the right time to take Advaliv, before meal or after meal?

Advaliv should be preferably taken before meal.

Q7 Can Advaliv be given to children for a low appetite, lower body weight and weakness?

Advaliv syrup can be safely prescribed in children in the management of infective hepatitis, anorexia and suboptimal growth. Advaliv syrup contains Kalmegh which improves appetite, Bhui Amla which checks for the degeneration of liver cells and improves metabolism. Advaliv Syrup can be given to children as directed by the Physician.

Q8 Can prediabetics and diabetics take Advaliv for Liver disorders?

Advaliv is absolutely sugar free thus specially formulated for prediabetics, diabetics and those with impaired sugar control. It does not increase blood sugar level.

Q9 Is Advaliv, addictive or habit forming?

No, Advaliv or any of its ingredients is not known to be addictive or habit-forming.

Q10 Can pregnant women or nursing mothers use Advaliv?

Advaliv can be safely consumed by nursing mothers in low dose however proper guidance by a doctor is also necessary. Although Advaliv can be effective in the management of jaundice and anorexia during pregnancy, but it is strongly recommended to be used with caution in the lowest possible dosage, under strict supervision of the healthcare professional.

Q11 How can Advaliv check the degeneration of liver cells?

Advaliv Syrup is formulated with key ingredients acting as an ideal liver protective. Bhui Amla, Bhringraj, Punarnava, Arjun and Makoya strengthens, nourishes and rejuvenates the liver cells. Arjuna contains many bioactive constituents such as flavonoids which give it antioxidant as well as anti-inflammatory properties. All these vital herbs check the loss of functional integrity of cell membranes.

Q12 Is Advaliv safe for long term usage?

Advaliv is completely safe on long term usage. Advaliv can be taken 1-2 teaspoonful 3 times daily till associated ailment gets cured or as directed by the physician.


*The information on this page is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Do not use this information to diagnose or treat your problem without consulting your doctor.

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