NILCID CAPSULE

NILCID CAPSULE

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              “Hyper Acidity is more dangerous than it appears to be. If not checked or treated properly, it upset the stomach, G.I. Tract Produces ulcers formation and also gives a terrible kick to the cardiac system and its functions.”
But NILCID gives quick safe and effective results against hyper acidity and Gas trouble. It Checks vomiting due to hyper acidity. It neutralizes free & excess acidity instantaneously. It regulates secretion of acid through vagus control.

 

COMPOSITION

Each capsule contains extracts of:-

Ajowan (Carum Copticum)                 50 mg

Pudina (Mentha piperita)                   40 mg

Badi Elaichi ext. (Amomum Sabulatum) 30 mg

Viavidanga(Embelia ribes)                 30 mg

Chitrak mool (Plumbago zeylanica)   20 mg

Jeera (Cuminum cyminum)                20 mg

Haritaki(Terminalia chebula)             50 mg

Baheda (Terminalia belerica)                        30 mg

Amla (Emblica officinalis)                  30 mg

Lavang (Caryophyllus aromaticus)     20 mg

Sonth   (Zingiber officinale)                   30 mg

Kalimirch(Piper nigrum)                     30 mg

Pipli     (Piper longum)                        20 mg

Sajjiksar(Sodium Bicarbonate)           30 mg

Hing(Ferula Northex Boiss)                 20 mg

Saunf   (Foeniculum vulgare)              50 mg

 

USAGE AND BENEFIT

Used in anorexia, indigestion, flatulence, colic, in relief and treatment of duodenal and stomach ulcers, gastritis, hiatus hernia, esophagitis, heartburn and any similar gastrointestinal disorders in which control of gastric hyperacidity is desirable.

  • An antacid of choice to neutralize hyper acidity
  • Acid regurgitation – heart burns
  • Dyspepsia
  • Hyper acidity
  • Gastritis – excessive salivation
  • Stomatitis and flatulence

DOSAGE

1-2 capsule thrice a day with water after meal OR as directed by physician

 

 

CAUTION:

Keep the medicine in cool,dark & dry place.

 

AVAILABILITY

Blister pack of 10 capsules

 

 


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