Kulekhara Herb in Kulerron Increases Hemoglobin and Reduces Anemia

Kulekhara- A Rich Source of Nutrition

In ancient Ayurveda, we find the mention of a medicinal plant named ‘’Kokilasha’’ which means ‘eyes like’. This is the plant commonly known as Kulekhara, which is native to India and is typically grown in swamp regions. Botanically, Kulekhara is known as  Hygrophila T spinose.

This plant contains many micronutrients and anti-bacterial elements which have all the essential ingredients for the healthy growth of cells. Though the nutritional value of the Kulekhara leaves is very high, it is highly underutilized due to a lack of knowledge and awareness by general people.

A Study Report  of the Comparison of the macronutrient content of conventional green leafy vegetables with Kulekhara leaves is given below:

Name of Leaves Carbohydrate (gm) Protein (gm) Fiber (gm) Moisture (%) Ash (gm) Fat (gm) Energy (Kcal)
Spinach 2.9 2 0.6 92.1 1.7 0.7 26
Amaranth 2.0 3.0 1.0 90 3.3 0.3 33
Bottle gourd leaves 6.1 2.3 1.3 87.9 1.7 0.7 39
Ipomoea 3.1 2.9 1.2 90.3 2.1 0.4 28
Fenugreek leaves 6.0 4.4 1.1 86.1 1.5 0.9 49
Mustard Leaves 3.3 4.0 0.8 89.8 1.6 0.6 34
Kulekhara leaves 12.2 4.69 1.80 83.37 1.93 0.13 58.80

Source : International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) ISSN: 2319-7064 ResearchGate Impact Factor (2018): 0.28 | SJIF (2018): 7.426 –{Estimation of Macronutrients in Hygrophilla Auriculata and it’s Comparison with the Conventional Green Leafy Vegetables Chitralekha Mukherjee1, Santa Dutta (De)}

Kulekhara’s Power to Combat  Anemia

The leaves and stem of Kulekhara prevent and fights Anemia by increasing hemoglobin level in the body.


Parameters Before Treatment (0 days) After Treatment (30 days) Percent Increase(%)
Hb g/dl 8.37 ± 0.04 11.22 ± 0.07* 34%
Parameters 3.78 ± 0.16 4.34 ± 0.12* 14.8
Parameters 31.11 ± 1.43 37.83 ± 0.88* 21.6%

*Statistically significant p < 0.001.
Source: : https://www.researchgate.net/publication/282185494_Evidence_based_medicine__ A_clinical_experience_on_Ayurveda_Medicine  Pratip K. Debnath et al.

Research study reveals that the way Kulekhara helps in increasing hemoglobin count is a very interesting one. The chlorophyll molecule of Kulekhara is found to be similar to the molecular structure found in hemoglobin. The function of both is the electron transfer to maintain the dynamics to be formed as chemical energy. The water molecule plays a key role in this. However, the exact mechanism is subject to further in-depth research.

Latter Gomez et al. showed in an experimental animal study that the ethanolic and aqueous extract of Kulekhara leaves have a very effective haematinic effect and that can increase the total RBC count, WBC count, and hemoglobin level effectively.

Kulerron Supplemented by Kulekhara  – Anemic medicine to  increase Hemoglobin

Kulerron is anemia reducing Ayurvedic tonic powered by Kulekhara. Kulekhara, which is the best-known antidote in Ayurveda against iron deficiency in the blood, acts as a hemoglobin enhancer in Kulerron and serves as an effective anemia-reducing ayurvedic tonic.

This anemic medicine does not lead to any adverse side effects, unlike most iron supplements.

Kulerron can be consumed by people of all ages but it is especially useful for women and girls in their growing upstage.

Kulerron is serving thousands in the country suffering from Iron Deficiency Anemia by increasing their hemoglobin count and reducing Anemia in an Ayurvedic natural way.

Kulerron is manufactured by one of the most reputed, century-old Ayurvedic Company “Branolia” in West Bengal, in a GMP certified facility.

Branolia remains committed to the national fight against Anaemia and has extended the availability of  Kulerron across the country through the online sales (https://www.branoliachemicals.com/buy-now/)


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