Powerful new era analgesic and antipyretic
- Swertia chirata:Antipyretic
- Alpinia galanga:Analgesic
- Ocimum sanctum:Expectorant
Therapeutic Use / Mechanism In Action
Pyrosid is recommended for use in short term management of viral fever, cold and sore throat, sinus infection, common cold influenza, headaches, migraine and tension headaches, aches and pains.
Pyrosid is an analgesic and antipyretic remedy and contains alkaloids, pyrethrin, pyrethrin acid, anacyclin, glycyrrhizin, alpinine, piperine, zingiberol, alkaloids, lignane, inulin and tannins to arrest minor irritants.
Dosage & Administration
- Adults: Pyrosid is taken orally and patients can have 2-3 capsules a day. Leafy vegetables and fibre-rich vegetable diet is advised. Oily food and tamarind based food should be completely avoided. Pediatric Use : Not for infants and children
- Geriatric Use: As directed by the Physician
- Pregnant women and nursing mothers / cancer patients: Should use it strictly as directed by the physician.
- Patients receiving complementary or alternative medicine: Pyrosid is compatible with other forms of treatment and has registered no adverse side effects.
- Initial Dosage: 2 or 3 capsules a day/ 1-0-1 as directed by the physician after food and never on an empty stomach. It is also the recommended starting dosage.
- Maintenance Dosage: 2 capsules twice a day
- Maximum Dosage: 2 capsules twice a day