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Herbal Supplements Name 2 : Irovita


Iron is an essential element for blood production. About 70 percent of your body's iron is found in the red blood cells of your blood called hemoglobin and in muscle cells called myoglobin. Hemoglobin is essential for transferring oxygen in your blood from the lungs to the tissues. Myoglobin, in muscle cells, accepts, stores, transports and releases oxygen.

Blood loss is the most common cause of iron deficiency. In men and postmenopausal women, iron deficiency is almost always the result of gastrointestinal blood loss. Iron deficiency anaemia is a frequent complication of advanced liver disease. In menstruating women, genitourinary blood loss often accounts for increased iron requirements. Other causes of genitourinary bleeding and respiratory tract bleeding also increase iron requirements. During periods of growth in infancy, childhood and adolescence, iron requirements may outstrip the supply of iron from diet and stores. Iron loss occurs from tissue growth during pregnancy and from bleeding during delivery and post partum. Breastfeeding increases iron requirements. Signs and symptoms vary, and can include fatigue, sensitivity to cold, dizziness, irritability, cravings, brittle nails, and possibly shortness of breath, irregular heartbeat, or headaches.

Irovita is used to treat or prevent low iron in the body. It improves the absorption of iron in the food thereby increasing haemoglobin and removing weakness. Helps growth and good health and improves appetite. Ideal for regaining health after a long illness. Recommended for iron deficiency during pregnancy and growing children. Gives a healthy glow to the face.


Botanical NameHindi NameQty
Each 10 ml contains:
Rheum emodi(Rewandchini)3.5 mg
Ipomoea turpethum(Turbud Safed)5.5 mg
Valeriana walliichii(Asaroon)11 mg
Glycyrrhiza glabra(Mulethi)11 mg
Foeniculum vulgare(Badiyan)11 mg
Cichorium intybus Root(Bekhe Kasni)11 mg
Borago officinalis(Gaozaban)11 mg
Viola odorata(Banafsha)11 mg
Solanum nigrum(Mako)11 mg
Cucumis melo(Tukhme Kharbuza)11 mg
Cucumis sativus(Tukhme Khayarain)11 mg
Vitis vinifera(Maweez Munaqqa)11 mg
Cichorium intybus Seed(Tukhme Kasni)25 mg
Anethum graveolens(Tukhme Soya)25 mg
Chenopodium album(Tukhme Bathwa)25 mg
Raphanus sativus(Tukhme Mooli)25 mg
Ferric Ammonium Citrate(Borada Faulad)25 mg
Pandanus odoratissimus(Arq Keora)0.075 ml
Rosa damascena(Arq Gulab)0.075 ml
Zingiber officinale Oil(Roghan Zanjbil)0.001 ml
Santalum album Oil(Roghan Sandal Safed)0.001 ml
Cinnamomum zeylanicum Oil(Roghan Darchini)0.001 ml
Elettaria cardamomum Oil(Roghan Elaichi)0.001 ml
Syzygium aromaticum(Roghan Qaranfal)0.001 ml
Punica granatum Juice(Aabe Anar Shirin)0.5 ml
Anaemia, iron deficiency anaemia due to advance liver disease, pregnancy, lactation, convalescence, general debility, lack of appetite and dull face.
There are no known contraindication.
There are no known side effects.
20 ml in the morning with breakfast.
Dark leafy greens—such as spinach, broccoli, and salad greens—are natural sources of non-heme iron, as are peas, string beans, Brussels sprouts, and sweet potatoes. Figs, dates, and raisins are a good source of iron, as are other dried fruits like apricots. In addition, some options—especially citrus—are particularly high in vitamin C, which can help lessen the negative effects of phytates—compounds that reduce iron absorption.

Meat (especially liver) can provide heme iron in your diet. Many types of seafood and shellfish are good sources of iron, especially oysters, tuna, and sardines. If you do not eat animal products, soybeans and tofu can be iron-rich protein sources for plant-based diets.

Pistachios are an iron-rich snack that isn't as high in calories as other nuts. While eggs are a good source of protein and do contain some iron, they also can inhibit iron absorption—especially when the yolk is included.

In PET bottles of 500 ml