Branolia’s Kulerron – an Antidote for Iron Deficiency

kulerronIron deficiency is caused by too few red blood cells as a result of less amount of iron in the body. Lack of iron impedes the red blood cells from carrying enough oxygen to body tissues. Iron deficiency can lead to various diseases. Branolia Chemical Works have introduced a new tonic Kulerron, to fight iron deficiency.

The main ingredient in Branolia’s Kulerron is Hygrophila Spinosa, popularly known as Kulekhara, which has been adjudged as one of the best antidotes to fight iron deficiency in humans. It also is known to enhance the hemoglobin count drastically.

Hygrophila Spinosa (Kulekhara) –

This medicinal herb belongs to the Acanthaceae family and has been used as a valuable therapeutic agent both in traditional and modern medicine. Kulekhara, as it is locally known is a herb found in wet places. It is exclusively found in India, and in some parts of Myanmar, Malaysia, and Nepal.  The parts of this plant are widely used in medicine for the treatment of various disorders, which include diseases of the urinogenital tract, dropsy from chronic Bright’s disease, hyperdipsia, vesical calculi, flatulence, diarrhea, dysentery, leucorrhea, gonorrhea, asthma, blood diseases, gastric diseases, inflammation, cancer, rheumatism, and anemia.

Branolia’s Kulerron is fortified with other ayurvedic herbs like Ashwagandha, Brianga, Pipul, and Nagkesar.

Ashwagandha –

Ashwagandha is also known as the Indian ginseng.Its chemical name is Withania somnifera, is a herb which has been used in Ayurvedic medicine since ancient times. Ashwagandha is grown in many parts of India especially the drier regions. It is mostly cultivated in Mandsaur district of Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Sindh, Gujrat, and Rajasthan. It is also a popular herb in China, Nepal, and Yemen.

The herb Kulekhara (Hydrophilia Spinosa), was tested and was found to increase red blood cell count and WBC in rodents. (Gomes, Manika Das an SC Dasgupta, Department of Physiology, the University of Calcutta, Published in Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, Vol 39, April 2001, pp 381-382, “Haematinic effect of Hydrophilia Spinosa on experimental rodents”.)

Branolia Chemical’s Kulerron is considered to be an apt antidote for iron deficiency and as it is fortified with other medicinal herbs ashwagandha, biranga and pipul it also removes the general health of the person consuming it.

Reference:

1)    http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/177094/1/9789241564960_eng.pdf
2)    http://ehealth.eletsonline.com/2015/03/59-indian-women-suffer-anemia-says-report/
3)    http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/anemia/symptoms-causes/dxc-20183157
4)    http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/understanding-anemia-basics#2
5)    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMHT0021987/
6)    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0062933/
7)    Gomes, Manika Das an SC Dasgupta, Department of Physiology, University of Calcutta, Published in Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, Vol 39, April 2001, pp 381-382, “Haematinic effect of Hydrophilia Spinosa on experimental rodents”.

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