Himalaya Liv 52 HB 10 Capsules

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    Pack of - 1

    Number of Capsules in a Sales Package - 10N 

    Container Type - Mono Carton

    Product Type - Ayurvedic Formulation

    Used For - It is used for patients with hepatitis B.

    Ideal For - Men & Women

    Food Preference - Vegetarian

    Mfg Lic Number - L-AUS-491

    Product Information - 

    Liv. 52 Hb capsule herbal drug for the effective management of hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection. Liv.52 HB exerts antiviral activity and enhances the antioxidant defense system.

    Each Capsule contains: 

    Extracts: Mustaka (Cyperus rotundus) Tr. 125 mg, 

    Nagarmustaka (Cyperus scariosus) Rz. 125 mg

    Dosage Information - 

    Take 1 - 2 capsules twice daily after meals, or as directed by your doctor. 

    Storage Information - 

    Store in a cool & dry place, away from direct sunlight. Do not refrigerate. 

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10 Capsules

MRP Rs. 175.00

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Himalaya Liv 52 HB 10 Capsules

The natural ingredients like nut grass and Umbrella’s Edge in Liv.52 HB suppress hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) and clear the hepatitis B virus (HBV) by reverse transcriptase inhibition. Liv.52 HB significantly lowers the overall viral load in chronic hepatitis B infection. Further, 6 months extended therapy gives comparatively better results in terms of viral clearance. Liv.52 HB reverses the oxidative damage of hepatocytes and exerts an overall hepatoprotective action. It also renormalizes liver functions. Liv 52 HB normalizes liver enzyme levels and restores the hepatic glycogen levels. Nut Grass (Musta) lowers the viral load on the liver. It has anti-inflammatory and hepatoprotective activities which help in liver disorders. Umbrella's Edge (Nagaramustaka) is credited with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that benefit the liver. The hepatoprotective property of Umbrella's Edge maintains overall liver health. Consult your physician to prescribe the dosage that best suits the condition.

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