Vizen Syrup


Vizen syrup are a natural-ingredient, poly herbals  based formulation used to treat Nutritional anemia, Anorexia , General debility, Oxidative stress and Convalescence.

Indications: Nutritional anemia, Anorexia, General debility, Oxidative stress and Convalescence


Adults: 2 teaspoonful twice a day after meal or as per directed by the physician.

Children: 1/2-1 teaspoonful  twice a day after meal  or as per directed by the physician.​

Lic No.4668/075/076/DH-187




Vizen syrup are a natural-ingredient, poly herbals  based formulation used to treat Nutritional anemia, Anorexia , General debility, Oxidative stress and Convalescence.

Each 10 ml of  Vizen  syrup contains:

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) 750.0 mg, Draksha  (Vitis vinifera) Lal manka 625.0 mg, Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) 500.0 mg, Punarnava  (Boerhavia diffusa) 500.0 mg, Vidarikanda (Pueraria tuberosa) 500.0 mg, Bhringraj (Eclipta alba) 500.0 mg, Saptapara (Alstonia scholaris) 375.0 mg, Amala (Emblica officinalis) 250.0 mg, Kutaja (Holarrhena antidysenterica) 250.0 mg, Unab Bayar (Ziziphus jujuba) 250.0 mg, Manjitha (Rubia cardifolia) 250.0 mg, Anant Mool (Hemidesmus indicus) 125.0 mg, Musli safed (Chlorophytum borivilianum) 125.0 mg.

Ref: API

Other ingredients: Glycerine, Sorbital, Sucrose, Liquid glucose, Pine apple flavour, apple green Colour, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate  as Preservative (within permissible limit according to API.


Anemia resulting from iron-restricted erythropoiesis occurs through several mechanisms. In pure iron deficiency, depleted iron stores are due to an imbalance between iron uptake and utilization. Anemia may not be present initially because of iron recycling from erythrocyte turnover. However, iron deficiency alone is associated with fatigue and RLS, so patients may be symptomatic without anemia. Vizen syrup  is natural poly herbals preparation which have essential nutrients which balance the iron uptake and proper utilization and heal the problem associated with it.

According to Ayurveda, anemia is known as PANDUROG. It is caused when there is an imbalance in agni (digestive fire) that eventually leads to the formation of ama (toxins) in the body thereby blocking the channels of rasa dhatu. This disruption is caused by aggravated or imbalanced dosha/s in the body. Depending upon which particular dosha is imbalanced, anemia has been classified into various types in Ayurveda.

Characteristics of the various types of Anemia as per Ayurveda

Vata-type Anemia

If you have a yellowish complexion, rough and dry skin, joint pain, constipation, body pain, tremors and a bad taste in the mouth, you have Vata-type anemia. To get this in control, have a vata-pacifying diet of dairy, root vegetables, grains, milk, ghee, yogurt, nuts and seeds, oils, etc.

Pitta-type Anemia

Pitta- type anemia causes the whites of your eyes to turn yellow, and gives you fever, excessive thirst, sweating, sour belches, indigestion, bad breath, loose stools, etc. You also develop sensitivity to light and crave cold things. To ease this, have a pitta-pacifying diet of beans, potatoes, corn, millets, oats, dairy, ghee and vegetables.

Kapha-type Anemia

Kapa-type anemia leads to swelling, cold, and sweaty skin, drowsiness, heaviness in the body and mind, chalky complexion, chills, anorexia, cough, and a whitish colour in your urine, eyes and bowel movements. To ease it, have a kapha-pacifying diet of light fruits, vegetables, grains (except barley and millet), spices, honey, and milk products.

The vizen syrup contains polyherbals preparation which have direct impact in above mentioned disease. these polyherbs such as  Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera),Draksha  (Vitis vinifera) Lal manka, Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus),Punarnava  (Boerhaavia diffusa),Punarnava  (Boerhaavia diffusa),Bhringraj (Eclipta alba),Saptapara (Alstonia scholaris), Amala (Emblica Officinalis),Kutaja (Holarrhena antidysenterica),Unab Bayar (Ziziphus jujuba),Manjitha (Rubia cardifolia),Anant Mool (Hemidesmus indicus),Musli safed (Asparagus adscendens). Each herbs constitute of their own pharmacological action but collectively have direct impact on Nutritional anemia, Anorexia, General debility, Oxidative stress and oxidative stress.


  • Nutritional anemia
  • Anorexia
  • General debility
  • Oxidative stress
  • Convalescence


Adults: 2 teaspoonful twice a day after meal or as per directed by the physician.

Children: 1/2-1 teaspoonful  twice a day after meal  or as per 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: Vizen 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.




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