Nirogam Anemia kit
Nirogam Anemia kit
Nirogam Anemia kit
Nirogam Anemia kit
Nirogam Anemia kit
Nirogam Anemia kit

Nirogam Anemia kit

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Rs. 799.00
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Rs. 650.00
  • Improves haemoglobin concentration
  • Supports liver and spleen functions
  • Ayurvedic kit for anemia treatment

Dosage: 

  • Drakshadi kashayam - 10- 15ml of kashayam + 60 ml of warm water one hour before food, twice daily
  • Xerfer capsules - 1 Capsule two times in a day after meals

Quantity: 

  • Drakshadi kashayam - 4 Bottles
  • Xerfer capsules - 100 Capsules x 1
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Works Best For

  • Iron Deficiency
  • Improve haemoglobin levels
  • Liver Health
Sucheta Pandit

“Being an anemic, menstruation was a monthly pain for me. But this made them comfortable and regular. No low BP or weakness for me!”

Sudipto Chatterjee

“Was diagnosed with hereditary anemia. Recently switched my chemical medicines with this Kit. It surely works better at keeping my haemoglobin in check!”

Eela Murthy

“My problem with iron supplements is their horrible scent and side effects. But with this, I don’t have to deal with any of those.”

Benefits of Anemia Kit

Enhances assimilation of iron
Enhances assimilation of iron

Supplements the iron needs of the body to speed up anemia treatment. Lowers bilirubin concentration. Supports liver processes. Regulates blood circulation rate. Prevents free radical damage of RBCs. Stimulates spleen cells to increase formation of healthy RBCs.

Promotes longevity
Promotes longevity

Contains potent antioxidants. Eliminates free radicals from the blood. Improves muscle mass. Boosts production of body-building proteins. Slows down of ageing of tissues. Provides vital nutrients to rejuvenate the cells. Regulates body temperature. Tones abdominal muscles.

Improves reproductive wellness
Improves reproductive wellness

Drakshadi Kashayam alleviates feelings of nausea and morning sickness during pregnancy. Detoxifies the sexual organs. Prevents excessive blood loss. Relieves fatigue and irritability. Strengthens uterine tissues. Helps to regularize bowel movements.

Other Benefits

  • Natural laxative
  • Enhances metabolism
  • Contributes to immunity
  • Treats thirst and nasal bleeding
  • Cures alcoholic stupor and hangover
  • Relieves vertigo and giddiness

What experts say about us

Dr. Greeshma Nair
Dr. Greeshma Nair AYURVEDA LIFESTYLE COUNSELOR, KERELA

“1000 Year old Ayurveda recipes strangely followed to give you effective, easy to use Nirogam products that give amazing results.”

Dr. Divya Vaidya
Dr. Divya Vaidya AYURVEDA LIFESTYLE COUNSELOR, HIMACHAL PRADESH

“Made with High quality herbs after carefully purifying all minerals and metal for excellent products that really work”

Main Ingredients of Anemia Kit

Draksha

Draksha

Full body rejuvenator. Performs aphrodisiac functions. Generates a cooling effect in the stomach. Soothes the mind. Regulates bowel functions. Alleviates mental strain.

Mandooram

Mandooram

Provides natural iron. Optimizes liver and spleen processes. Improves metabolic rate. Increases appetite. Dissolves fat depositions in tissues. Enhances sexual wellbeing of women.

Punarnava

Punarnava

Antioxidant in nature. Combats microbial infections. Improves kidney health. Increases muscular mass. Enhances basal energy levels. Revitalizes hepatic tissues.

What is Anemia?


Anemic meaning “without blood”, is a serious disorder where the body is not able to produce healthy red blood cells for its functioning. This can directly impact the blood circulation system, creating a wide range of problems like poor skin health, slow metabolism, lack of cognitive alertness and even heart diseases. Anemia affects more than 10 million Indians every year, with most of the patients going undiagnosed for years. It is essential to identify the symptoms at the right time and curb them immediately.

Types of Anemia:

  • Pernicious anemia: It is a condition created by deficiency of Vitamin B12 in the blood. Vitamin B12 is important for the formation of RBCs. When the body is not able to absorb this nutrient from food, it does not form adequate number of RBCs – in turn leading to anemia.
  • Diamond-Blackfan anemia: Found in less than 1% of anemia patients. Here, the bone marrow is not able to produce healthy red blood cells.
  • Aplastic anemia: Much like Diamond-Blackfan anemia, it is created when the bone marrow is damaged and can no longer produce sufficient RBCs. The other name for this condition is bone marrow aplasia.
  • Hemolytic anemia: Caused by the production of deformed RBCs or their sudden destruction due to toxins. It can be triggered by substance abuse, internal injuries or genetic inheritance.
  • Sickle cell anemia: Another kind of genetic disorder. It is caused when the body produces crescent shaped RBCs. These cells can later block the blood vessels, thereby decreasing the efficiency of haemoglobin. 
  • Fanconi anemia: One of the rarest types of anemia. It is passed on from parents to children. This condition is a result of abnormal bone marrow functions. It can show its signs early in the life of the patient.
  • Mediterranean anemia: The other name for this disorder is Cooley’s anemia. It is a form of thalassemia where the body does not produce an adequate amount of haemoglobin. As a result, the rate of death of RBCs is doubled up.
  • Megaloblastic anemia: Here, the red blood cells are smaller in radius or ill-shaped. They cannot carry enough oxygen or nutrients. This may be aggravated by lack of vitamin B and iron.
  • Microcytic hypochromic anemia: In this disorder, the RBCs are far smaller in size than normal cells and they do not contain enough red pigment. This makes them inactive in the overall blood circulation process.
  • Autoimmune hemolytic anemia: A complicated disease where the RBCs are attacked and eliminated by the body’s own white blood cells. It can be an indicator of underlying immunity disorders.
  • Iron or Vitamin Deficiency anemia: As the name suggests, it may develop as a result of prolonged lack of iron, essential vitamins and minerals. This condition can be easily reversed with proper nutrition and supplements.
  • Anemia of chronic disease: Serious disorders of the kidneys, liver, bones and brain can lead to anemia in the long run. Cancer and its treatment drugs may produce a similar effect.

Signs & Symptoms of Anemia:

  • Pernicious anemia: Usually, this form of anemia causes little or no symptoms. You may experience fatigue, pale skin or tingling in limbs.  
  • Aplastic anemia: Red or purple rashes, shortness of breath, fever, dizziness, bleeding and rapid heartbeat are all signs of anemia.
  • Hemolytic anemia: May produce pallor, intense headaches, palpitations, mental clouds and jaundice.
  • Sickle cell anemia: Shows the most severe anemia symptoms. Can lead to recurrent infections, malaise, blood in urine, swelling in limbs, joint inflammation and yellow eyes.
  • Diamond-Blackfan anemia: Rare disorder. Can produce diverse symptoms in patients, including heartbeat fluctuations, drowsiness and irritability.
  • Fanconi anemia: Has serious consequences, like easy bruising, nose or gum bleeding, distorted bone shape and pale skin colour.
  • Mediterranean anemia: Inconspicuous form of disorder. Can produce yellow skin or eyes, breathing issues and poor physical health.
  • Megaloblastic anemia: Significant signs include, loss of appetite, alternate episodes of constipation or diarrhoea, inability to walk, numbness in joints and tender tongue.
  • Microcytic hypochromic anemia: Like other forms of anemia, here too you may experience emotional disturbance, difficulty in breathing, vertigo and loss of skin texture.
  • Autoimmune hemolytic anemia: Since it is caused by the death of RBCs, you may notice gradual discolouration of skin, dark coloured urine, poor stamina, fever and mild chest pain.
  • Iron or Vitamin Deficiency anemia: There may be general low hemoglobin symptoms like lack of energy, blood pressure fluctuations and poor metabolism.
  • Anemia of chronic disease: Though it is not developed by the same causes, its effects may be similar to iron deficiency symptoms.

Different Ways of Treatment for Anemia

  • Oral supplements: Folic acid, iron and Vitamin C pills are prescribed to promote production of RBCs. They are most helpful in iron deficiency anemia treatment.
  • IV fluids and painkillers: These may be offered in cases where the complications of anemia have aggravated drastically.
  • Chemical medications: There are a number of drugs that are used in medicine for anemia curb its severe effects. While they may offer temporary relief, these medicines do not cure the problem.
  • Blood transfusion: When all there is no improvement with all above forms of low hemoglobin treatment, the doctors may have to inject healthy RBCs in a patient’s body through the transfer of blood from a healthy adult.
  • Natural remedies and therapy: These often-ignored techniques promise a complete cure of anemia from the roots. Specialized treatment of anemia with Ayurveda focuses on increasing the RBC count. It achieves this by stimulating the spleen cells to make healthy RBCs.

Diet for Anemia Patients

  • Crispy Vegetables: There is a reason these greens are on the top of every anemia diet chart – and that is their high iron content. Additionally they also contain oxalates that increase absorption of nutrients from food.
  • Fresh Fruits: If not all of them, pick the ones rich in Vitamin C. They are a meal in themselves and help to reduce the effects of anemia on your body organs.
  • Unmissable Pulses: Make sure that you do not miss these proteinaceous mouthfuls every time you make your meals. They are extremely rich in vital minerals and a great substitute for animal proteins. Delve into kidney beans, chickpeas, soybeans, peas and black beans for a yummy but healthy meal!
  • Animal Proteins: You might be wondering what constitutes a diet for low haemoglobin. Well, let us reveal the cards! Seafood, liver, meat and poultry – Nearly every kind of animal protein is beneficial for an anemic owing to its high nutritive content. They provide easily absorbable iron and minerals that can benefit your entire body.
  • Gritty Nuts: If you were searching for which food increase hemoglobin your quest ends here! These small bits of food are exceptionally high in iron. Begin by adding pumpkin seeds, cashews, pistachios and sunflower seeds to your morning  breakfast. 
  • Fortified Items: This special range of foods to eat for iron deficiency is a boon for all vegetarians!  You can find many kinds of items here including cereals, bread, pasta and juices that can supplement your iron needs without challenging your taste buds.

Side Effects of Anemia:

  • Abnormal weight: Medical research has shown that there is a direct link between iron infusions and weight gain. Low number of RBCs can reduce the metabolic rate of the body. This may increase fat deposition in the tissues. Also, it interferes with the action of the thyroid gland, thereby leading to further complications.
  • Gastrointestinal troubles: When your GI tract organs do not receive proper nourishment, they may go haywire. And that’s when you experience anemia nausea, bloating, cramping and jaundice-like symptoms. They may also hamper your bowel movements, making you feel uncomfortable  and unwell.
  • Poor blood chemistry: In the absence of active RBCs and low hemoglobin level, your blood accumulates harmful toxins like cholesterol, triglycerides and chemicals. These foreign substances can disturb your circulation rate. This may mean fluctuating, high or low blood pressure, blood toxicity and clotting in blood vessels.
  • Mental disturbance: This may be the last thing you suspect from your anemia, but it is worth noting! Low iron causes dizziness, vertigo, lack of focus, recurrent headaches and mental blocks. Last but not the least, it may cause severe hair breakage and thinning.

Precautions

  • Keep away from sight of children.
  • Overdose can cause gastric irritation, diarrhoea and nausea.
  • May produce adverse effects on pregnant or lactating women.
Soy Free
Gluten Free
No Sugar
Non-GMo
No Preservatives

Frequently asked questions

What implications can cause Anemia in pregnancy?
Anaemia in pregnancy is often a result of lack of dietary nutrients. During the prenatal phase, the body produces more blood for the nourishment of the child. This in turn creates a demand for iron and other vitamins. When the nutrition needs are unmet, the mother may develop dangerously low hemoglobin levels and pass on anemia in children.
What are the different levels of hemoglobin?
Hemoglobin levels can vary depending upon your age and gender. Normally, women have a hemoglobin count of 12.0 to 15.5 gms/deciliter, while men’s hemoglobin count falls between 13.5 – 17.5 gms/deciliter. Concentrations lower than 12gms/deciliter or higher than 15.5 gms/deciliter are treated as abnormal.
What are the dangerously low hemoglobin levels?
In medical practice, hemoglobin levels lower than 12 (women) or 13.5 (men) gms/deciliter are considered alarmingly poor.
What are the symptoms of Anemia in children?
Low iron symptoms are similar in both adults and children, though they may vary in intensity. In general, children might show stunted growth, irritability, breathlessness, cravings for dirt or ice, spleen inflammation, swollen tongue, high heartbeat rate and poor brain development.
What can cause low iron in a child?
There can be myriad iron deficiency causes in young children. They may include, premature delivery, overconsumption of cow’s milk, strictly vegetarian diet, digestive diseases, lead poisoning and improper lifestyle.
How can we fulfil iron deficiency caused by Anemia?
Iron deficiency anemia can be easily curbed at home by keeping an eye on your eating habits. Increase your intake of iron-rich foods like poultry, green veggies, seafood, nuts and fruits. You may also follow them up with Vitamin C rich foods to improve iron absorption in the body.
What are the home remedies for Anemia?
  1. Increase consumption of Vitamin C rich foods and fruits. You can make a bowl of fruit salad with orange, kiwi, grapes etc. for your evening snack.
  2. Mix half teaspoon of Turmeric in a bowl of curd. Consume it twice every day.
  3. Make green vegetables your best friend. You can take bitter gourd, broccoli, spinach and celery, as a side dish for every meal.
  4. Red for Health should be your motto. Consume red vegetables and fruits, like beetroot, pomegranate etc. on a daily basis.
  5. Use copper utensils and water bottles. You can use them for your regular cooking as well.
How Anemia affects blood pressure?
RBCs carry oxygen from lungs to all other parts of the body. Low RBC count means that less amount of oxygen is transported per cycle. So, when the blood oxygen level depletes, the heart pumps more quantities of blood to fulfil the body’s needs. This can in turn increase or decrease your blood pressure.
What is sickle cell anemia? How is it treated?
Sickle cell anemia is a chronic disorder where the body produces ill-shaped RBCs. It can have serious consequences on a person’s blood circulation system. Typically, sickle cell anemia treatment involves blood transfusion, medications, iron supplements and stem cell transplant.

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