Amalaki is a rich source of natural vitamin C, an antioxidant (rasayana) that promotes regeneration of tissues (dhatu-vardhaka) and reinforces immunity (balya). Amalaki is also known as Emblica officinalis.
Abhrak is a bio-availability enhancer (yogavahi) that enhances the efficacy of other ingredients, antioxidant (rasayana), anti-aging (ayu-vardhak), and immuno-modulating (bala-vardhaka). Abhrak is also known as biotite.
Swarna-makshik is general tonic (shakti-vardhak) and rejuvenating (rasayana, vrishya).
Shilajatu is rejuvenating / antoxidant (rasayana), regenerative (kshaya-hara), and anti-inflammatory (shotha-hara). It has been reported to be rejuvenating, free radical scavenging, antioxidant, immune-modulating, anti-inflammatory, and analgesic. In an experimental study, shilajatu was found to provide complete protection to methyl methacrylate (MMA) against hydroxyl radical-I induced polymerization and acted as a reversible NO-captodative agent. SJP (20 and 50 mg/kg/day, i.p., for 21 days) induced a dose-related increase in superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase (CAT) and glutathione peroxidase (GPX) activities in frontal cortex and striatum of rats. The data were comparable to those of (-) deprenyl (2 mg/kg/day, i.p., for 21 days) in respect of SOD and CAT activities. These findings are consistent with the therapeutic uses of shilajit as an ayurvedic rasayana (rejuvenator) against oxidative stress and geriatric complaints. All these actions are suggestive of the significant role of shilajatu in the management of degenerative disorders.
Yashad (zinc) is antioxidant (dhatu-vardhaka) and immuno-modulator (rasa-pinda-vikriti-nashaka). Yashad is also known as zinc.
Avoid during pregnancy.
Muktashukti supplements calcium (rasayana) to promote bone formation (asthi-balya), muscle contraction and nerve conduction. Muktashukti is also known as mother of pearl.
It pays to advise nutritious diet along with MINOVIT Tablet especially to those who have protein, vitamin and mineral deficiencies.