Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd
Aloe Vera Extract,Vitamin E
Aloe Vera ExtractCategory : Herbal drug
Dosage : Treatment: Orally: Constipation: 100 to 200 mg raw aloe or 50 mg aloe latex taken in the evening. Topical: Apply sparingly one or more times daily. Psoriasis: 0.5% cream of aloe extract applied 3 times daily.
Use : Used in cosmetics to treat acne, pimple, sunburn, cleansing, minor wounds, burns, eczema, and psoriasis. Moisturizing the skin. Drinking aloe vera juice improves daily bowel movements, constipation problems, beneficial in acidity and inflammation.
Side Effects : Cramps, Electrolyte imbalance, Diarrhoea, Colon staining, Laxative effect and Skin irritation
Precautions : Do not take orally if you have a history of gastritis, heartburn, kidney disorders, irritable bowel syndrome, intestinal obstruction, ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, hemorrhoids, or menstrual disorders.
Vitamin ECategory : Vitamin
Use : Used to treat & prevent ataxia, Alzheimer's disease, dementia/memory loss, blood cancer, anemia, dysmenorrhea, Huntington's disease, male infertility, tardive dyskinesia, uveitis. Also used as an antioxidant.
Side Effects : Fatigue, bleeding, nausea, headache, skin irritation, diarrhea, stomach cramps, weakness, blurred vision.
Precautions : Avoid overdose. Do not take Vitamin E with blood thinner. Patients with diabetes, angioplasty, heart attack, bleeding disorder should not take Vitamin E.