Utesefton syrup are a natural-ingredient-based formulation used to treat menstrual related problem.
Each 5 ml contains:
Saraca asoca (Ashok bokra) Br. 300 mg , Woodfordia fruticosa (Dhataki) Fr. 300 mg , Withania somnifera (Ashwogandha) Rt. 300 mg , Asparagus racemosus (Satawari) Rt.300 mg , Symplocos racemosus (Lodhra) Br.250 mg , Berberis aristata (Daruharidra) Rt. 250 mg , Nymphaea nouchali (Utpal) Fr. 200 mg , Pterocarpus santalinus (Raktachandhan) Wd.200 mg ,Mangifera indica (Aamra).100 mg , Cyperus rotundus (Nagarmotha) Fr. 100 mg , Zingiber officinale (Sunthi) Rz.100 mg
Cuminum cyminum (Jeeraka) Fr.100 mg
Other ingredients: Sucrose (66.67%), Liquid glucose, Sorbital, Glycerine and Cmc (1%) Sodium Benzoate, Sodium Methyl, and Sodium Propyl Paraben as Preservative (within permissible limit according to API)
- The hypothalamus and pituitary gland control the secretion of gonadotropins (luteinizing hormone and follicle-stimulating hormone) that regulate the processes of ovulation and menstruation in women.
- Gonadotropin-releasing hormone is secreted from the hypothalamus in response to neuronal activity in the limbic region of the brain, which is predominantly influenced by emotional and sexual factors.
- Gonadotropin-releasing hormone stimulates the secretion of gonadotropins from the pituitary gland that then stimulate cells in the ovary to synthesize and secrete estrogen and progesterone.
- Increased serum concentrations of estrogen and progesterone provide negative feedback signaling in the hypothalamus to inhibit further secretion of gonadotropin-releasing hormone
The menstrual cycle is a series of natural changes in hormone production and the structures of the uterus and ovaries of the female reproductive system that make pregnancy possible. The ovarian cycle controls the production and release of eggs and the cyclic release of estrogen and progesterone. The Estrogen helps to regulate the menstrual cycle, controlling the growth of the uterine lining during the first part of the cycle. If the woman’s egg is not fertilized, estrogen levels decrease sharply and menstruation begins and Progesterone helps to regulate menstrual cycle. But its main job is to get uterus ready for pregnancy.
After you ovulate each month, progesterone helps thicken the lining of the uterus to prepare for a fertilized egg. If there is no fertilized egg, progesterone levels drop and menstruation begins. The uterine cycle governs the preparation and maintenance of the lining of the uterus (womb) to receive a fertilized egg. These cycles are concurrent and coordinated, normally last between 21 and 35 days in adult women, with a median length of 28 days, and continue for about 30–45 years. The menstrual cycle with all its complexities can be easily perturbed by environmental factors such as stress, extreme exercise, eating disorders, and obesity, some medicine and genetic influence etc These entire factors disturb the release of sex hormones (estrogen and progesterone) and also enhance the production of two prostaglandins in particular called, “PGF2α” and “PGE2”; cause the uterine muscle to contract (cramp). The amounts of these prostaglandins rise after ovulation and reach their peak during menstruation. The cramping caused by this prostaglandin helps trigger the period. The excessive amount of prostaglandins production may cause chronic menstrual problems. The bioactive ingredients of Ayurvedic Utesefton syrup minimize oxidative stress and reduce prostaglandin production, slowing the contraction rate of the uterus and reducing monthly discomfort, as well as assisting in the treatment of menstrual irregularities. In Ayurveda, the menstrual cycle has its very own vata, pitta and kapha stage.
Ayurvedic menstrual cycle works:
- Day 1 – 5 (from the first day of bleeding) – the vata phase
- Day 5 – 14 (from the end of bleeding until ovulation) – the kapha phase
- Day 14 – 18 (from ovulation until your period starts) – the pitta phase
Vata – (day 1 – 5)
Vata is the force that regulates all downward movements in the body, pushing the menstruum down and out of the body.
If your vata is out of balance, it will manifest as premenstrual syndrome (PMS), headaches, digestive upset, and constipation, pain on intercourse, fatigue, anxiety and insomnia indicating the need for some vata balancing practices.
Kapha – (day 5 – 14)
Kapha types naturally support and strengthen others. So, the kapha stage of the cycle is all about building the endometrium (the mucous membrane that lines the inside of the uterus). Oestrogen is the hormone that builds and increases at this time – restoring strength to the body and preparing for conception.
If your kapha is out of balance it will manifest as symptoms such as fluid retention, breast tenderness, weight gain, tiredness, back ache and general heaviness. Kapha types are not only good at holding on to energy, but also to memory and emotion. If women notice they feel teary and low at this time, it could also indicate imbalanced kapha.
Pitta (day 14 – 18)
Pitta is the main dosha involved in the ovulation and luteal phases. Fire is transformative and this is the stage where the body prepares itself for new life. Essentially, pitta fires our body in readiness for conception through a peak in the hormone progesterone.
Libido is high at the start of ovulation, but as the luteal phase (after ovulation) prevails any excess pitta can become apparent through hot pitta accumulating in the blood and liver. As the blood channels and menstruation are connected, this causes extra heat in the system, leading to skin irritations, headaches, diarrhoea, feelings of irritation and emotional overload. This is when pitta types can really manifest as fire. Feelings of bloating, diarrhoea, cravings and breast tenderness are also common PMS symptoms.
The Ayurvedic Utesefton syrup is a natural treatment medicine that contains key herbs such as Ashoka, Lodh, Dhataki, Raktachandhan, Aamra, and others that have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties that balance the tridosha and assist to get rid of menstruation irregularities.
- Menstrual problem
Dosages: 1-2 teaspoonfuls, twice a day or as directed by physician.
Route of Administration: Oral route
Side effects: Not reported
Adverse effects: Not reported
Drug interaction: Not reported
Fertility, pregnancy and lactation: Utesefton syrup does not contain any ingredients that can harm in fertility, pregnancy and lactation 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: Utesefton syrup 200 ml
Lic No. 2275/067/068/DH-41