Mennorex syrup are a natural-ingredient-based formulation used to treat neurological disorders that occur due to excessive release of catecholamines from sympathetic nerve terminals into the myocardium, release of catecholamines into the systemic circulation, and heightened sensitivity to norepinephrine.
Each 10 ml contains: (Ashwagandha) Withania Somnifera 540.54 mg, (Jatamansi ) Nardostachys jatamansi 810.81 mg, (Sarpagandha) Rauwolfia serpentine 540.54 mg,(Sankhapushpi) Convovulvus pluricauluis 540.54 mg, (Bhringraj) Eclipta alba 135.14 mg, (Brahmi) Bacopa monnieri 540.54 mg, (Dhania) Coriandrum sativum 270.27 mg, (Khursani ajwain) Hyoscyamus niger 540.54 mg, (Yasthimadhu) Glycyrrhiza glabara 270.27 mg, (Pushkarmula) Inula racemosa 270.27 mg, (Vacha) Acorus Calamus 135.14 mg , (Safed musli) Asparagus adsundents 135.14 mg, (Mandukparni) Centella asiatica 135.14 mg, (Jeewanti) Leptadenia reticulate 135.14 mg.
Other ingredients: Sorbital, Glycerine, Liquid glucose, CMC, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium sorbate as Preservative (within permissible limit according to API)
Pharmacology: The brain contains roughly 100 billion nerve cells (or neurons), with each neuron forming connections (called synapses) with up to thousands of other neurons. The specificity of this staggering number of synaptic connections underlies all aspects of brain function and illustrates the remarkable complexity of the brain.
At synapses, an electrical impulse triggers the release of a chemical messenger, called neurotransmitter, from the ending of one neuron (a nerve terminal). This neurotransmitter passively diffuses across the space to the next neuron where it binds to specialized receptor proteins. Most of these receptor sites are present on dendrites, the portion of neurons that receive incoming signals. The binding of neurotransmitter to the receptor then triggers changes in that neuron, including changes in other specialized proteins called ion channels that lead to electrical changes in that next neuron. The neurotransmitter signal is turned off in most cases by still other types of specialized proteins, called transporters that literally pump the neurotransmitter back into its nerve terminals for subsequent release. As a result of nerve injury, free radicals are generated in the brain. It could be caused by stress or other human actions like consuming alcohol or smoking cigarettes, which produce weakened cell signaling to the brain, the bio constituents used in the mennorex syrup providing antioxidant action against cell damage in the brain.
According to Ayurveda, Our body is made up of three doshas, and each dosha has a sub dosha. Vata Dosha – Prana vata, Kapha Dosha – Tarpaka kapha, Pitta Dosha – Sadhaka Pitta. These sub doshas govern our mind. Now, when our mind is stressed, and these sub doshas are imbalanced, Sadhaka Pitta creates a burning effect, and Prana Vata creates a drying effect. To counter these effects, Tarpaka Kapha generates extra fluid to protect the brain. When this happens repeatedly, the lubricating value of Tarpaka Kapha becomes excessive and begins to reduce the metabolizing fire, i.e. Medhya Agni. The process is similar to having too much moisture in your digestive system that puts out the digestive fire. This continuous process of excess fluid being generated releases toxins, or ama, in the body, which leads to anxiety attacks and other stress-related problems. The Ayurvedic mennorex syrup is a natural cure medicine which contains important herbs such Ashwagandha, Brahmi, Jatamansi, Yastimadhu, Shankhapuspi etc with antioxidant, neuroprotective properties that balance the tridosha, with no risk of side effects. It helps in the repair and regeneration of defective cells as well as maintaining the oxidative stress in the brain and promotes the healthy function of brain.
- Used in Loss of memory,Concentration, sleepiness due to stress.
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children
- As an adjuvant in mild to moderate nerves disorder.
Adult: 2 teaspoonful thrice a day or as directed by the physician.
Children:1/2 to 1 teaspoonful thrice a day or as directed by the physician.
Caution: Avoid excessive consumption of tea, coffee, oily, spicy food and alcohol consumption. Use fat free diets.
Route of Administration: oral route
Side effects: Not reported
Adverse effects: Not reported
Drug interaction: Not reported
Fertility, pregnancy and lactation: Mennorex syrup does not contain any ingredients that can harm in fertility, pregnancy and lactation, so it is safe to used, but it should be taken according to the suggestion of physician.
Overdose: Do not exceed the recommended dosage. Taking extra medication won’t help your symptoms; instead, it could lead to other side effects. Do not give your drugs to anybody else, even if you know they have the same disease or appear to have a comparable disease.
Storage: Store in a dry and cool place, away from direct heat and sunlight. Keep medicine out of reach of children.
Presentation: 200 ml