Gandhak is anti-infective (krimi-nashaka, shodhaka) and immunomodulator (rasayana). It is anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and keratolytic. It has been used for the management of dandruff, pityriasis versicolor, scabies, and warts.
Ativisha is anti-infective (jvara-apaha, krimi-hara) and anti-toxic (ama-vishahara, visha-vinashini). Several alkaloids present in its root like, 6- dehydroacetylsepaconitine, 13- hydroxylappaconitine, lycoctonine, delphatine and lappaconitine exhibit significant antibacterial activity.
Yashad is cooling (sheetal) and anti-infective (jvara-hara). It promotes resolution of inflammation (abhyantara-shothahara) and reinforces immunity (rasa-pinda-vikriti-hara).
Chirayata is anti-infective (sannipata-jvarahara, krimi-pranut, asra-nut). It promotes resolution of inflammation (shotha-pranut) and wound healing (vrana-pranut). It shows significant antimicrobial activities against Gram-positive, Gram-negative and fungi. In another study, it showed significant activity against bacteria and fungi. The activity may be indicative of the presence of broad spectrum antibiotic compounds. Antimicrobial agents can damage pathogens in several ways. The major modes of actions are interference with cell wall synthesis, inhibition of protein synthesis, interference with nucleic acid synthesis, and inhibition of a metabolic pathway.
Taken on an empty stomach, INFEXIE Tablet may result in gastric irritation and the resultant nausea, vomiting, etc.
Avoid during pregnancy