- Terminalia arjuna: Cardiac tonic
- Nardostachys jatamansi: Tranquliser
- Boerhaavia diffusa: Diuretic
- Elettaria cardamomum: Antiflatulent
- Calx of Antler’s deer: Cardiac tonic
Fluttering of heart is an abnormality of the heart rhythm, resulting in a rapid and sometimes irregular heartbeat and is called arrhythmias the main danger of atrial flutter is that the heart does not pump blood well when it is beating too fast. When blood is not pumped well, vital organs, such as the heart and brain, may not get enough oxygen from the blood and can cause heart diseases, angina pectoris, auricular fibrillation, myocardial infarction, hypertension, hyper lipidemia, angina, palpitation and heaviness in the chest. Neocordil contains arjunetin, arjunic acid, arjunolic acid, arjunetin, arjunic acid, arjunolic acid, and arjungenin, sesquiterpenes,lignans and neolignans. Working as an equivalent to a Beta blocker/calcium channel blockers it is also acts as a diuretic and tranquilizer.
- Adults: Neocordil is taken orally and patients can have 2-3 capsules a day. Leafy vegetables and fibre-rich vegetable diet is advised. Oily food should be completely avoided.
- Pediatric Use: Not for infants and children
- Geriatric Use: As directed by the Physician
- Pregnant women and nursing mothers/cancer patients: Should use it strictly as directed by the physician.
- Patients receiving complementary or alternative medicine: Neocordil is compatible with other forms of treatment and has registered no adverse side effects.
- Initial Dosage: 2 or 3 capsules a day/ 1-0-1 as directed by the physician after food and never on an empty stomach. It is also the recommended starting dosage.
- Maintenance Dosage: 2 capsules twice a day
- Maximum Dosage: 2 capsules twice a day