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LIVE UP COMPLEX

 

COMPOSITION:

Tephrosiapurpurea, Ecliptaalba, Phyllanthusniruri, Andrographispaniculata, Picrorhizakurroa, Solanumnigrum, Piper longum and Piper nigrum.

 

PRESENTATION:

Tab (round, biconvex, green, film-coated) 5 x 30’s.

 

DESCRIPTION:

Each tablet contains Tephrosiapurpurea 120 mg, Ecliptaalba 60 mg, Phyllanthusniruri 60 mg, Andrographispaniculata 30 mg, Picrorhizakurroa 30 mg, Solanumnigrum 20 mg, Piper longum 10 mg and Piper nigrum 10 mg.

 

ACTIONS:

Live Up Complex is an especially formulated liver tonic to cover wide variety of liver diseases containing herbs with proven liver protective and corrective properties, confirmed by several clinical trials worldwide for each of the ingredients. Historically these herbs have been used by old Chinese and Indian traditional medicine practitioners or herbalists. More evidence is emerging on the antiviral, antibacterial and antiprotozoal properties of the isolates of these herbs although to a milder extent besides anti-inflammatory and lipotropic effects. Live Up Complex is being well accepted by both traditional and allopathic (English Medicine System) for treating variety of liver diseases.

 

INDICATIONS:

Treatment of fatty liver, as adjuvant co-therapy in treating infected liver diseases besides alcoholic liver and chronic liver diseases. It may stimulate appetite in individuals with history of past liver disease resulting into lack of appetite. Also indicated as a general liver tonic.

 

DOSAGE & ADMINISTRATION:

Adult >16 years: 1 tab twice daily, the dose can be increased to 2 tabs twice daily if needed. For long-term maintenance the dose need not be adjusted or reduced.

 

CONTRAINDICATIONS:

Hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients of Live Up Complex.

 

PRECAUTIONS:

Use in pregnancy & lactation: Pregnancy Category B: Exercise caution as with all medicaments, seek medical advise before taking Live Up Complex.

 

ADVERSE REACTIONS:

Insignificant, comparable to placebo.