Munnaka, Inder Yav, Vacha, Brahmi, Babool Fali, Ustakhdoos, Ashwagandha, Vidhari Kand, Musli Safed, Gokhru, Alsi, Anjeer.
Bed-wetting also called night-time incontinence or nocturnal enuresis is an involuntary urination while asleep, commonly seen in children under the age of 7 years. Usually, it is normal for children to wet their beds as they are still developing nighttime bladder control. If the problem persists even after the age of 7, your child may need proper treatment. Maritime Syrup is a herbal composition from Navayur Herbals to help your child develop bladder control and provide proper nutrition for the process. Unlike prescription drugs, Uritime Syrup doesn’t cause any side effect and do not contain any harmful preservatives.
The syrup contains the goodness of Munnaka, Inder Yav, Vacha, Brahmi, Babool Fali, Ustakhdoos, Ashwagandha, Vidhari Kand, Musli Safed, Gokhru, Alsi, and Anjeer. All the ingredients control bed-wetting and treat urinary tract infections. Being an ayurvedic product it has no side effects and is safe for your child. Navayur has formulated the syrup after years of research and development to eliminate any scope of side effects. Take the syrup as per the dose and duration prescribed by your doctor. Store the 200ml bottle in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight. Use the syrup before the expiration date.
Munnaka – Munnakas are black grape raisins, that have immense nutritional value and potential benefits. The leaves, seed, and skin of Munakka and the whole fruit contain helpful properties. Munnaka provides natural heat to the body and helps in solving bed-wetting problems in children.
Inder Yav – Also called bitter almond, Inder Yav is used to control diabetic levels in sugar patients. Usually, it has a bitter taste bringing hyper sugar levels under control. Due to its retentive properties, it is used to treat polyuria, diabetes, and bedwetting.
Vacha – Known for its carminative properties, Vacha is used to treat excess abdominal gas, including neurological, gastrointestinal, respiratory, metabolic, kidney, and liver disorders. With its high healing potency, it is used in the treatment of bed-wetting problems.
Brahmi – Bacopa monnieri, also called Brahmi, water hyssop, thyme-leaved granola, and herb of grace, is a well-known plant in traditional Ayurvedic medicine. It has a wide range of indications for Alzheimer’s disease, improving memory, anxiety, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), allergic conditions, irritable bowel syndrome, and as a general tonic to fight stress. It is also used to treat bed-wetting if emotional stress is causing the problem.
Babool Fali – Babool also known as kikar among locals, has wide applications in treating a range of healthcare concerns. The bark, gum, leaves, seeds, and pods of the babool tree all are used for their medicinal potency. The gum of babool pacifies vata, and pitta and treats urinary problems such as UTI and bed-wetting problems.
Ustakhdoos – Famously known as French Lavender or Arabian Lavender, Ustakhdoos offers anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antimicrobial properties. It helps purify the blood and provide relief in conditions like depression, anxiety, and migraine.
Ashwagandha – An herb popular for its stress-relieving properties, Ashwagandha helps alleviate the problem of bed wetting. If bed-wetting is caused by mental stress, ashwagandha can help with it, thereby alleviating the problem of bed-wetting.
Vidhari Kand – With its anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antibacterial property, Vidhari fights off Urinary Tract infections that might be causing bed-wetting in children.
Musli Safed – Safed musli is a revitalizer that provides strength, vigor, and vitality. Bed-wetting caused by a lack of vitality and strength can be cured by consuming musli safed.
Gokhru – Available in the form of powder, gokhru is a vital herb to maintain urinary tract health and provide relief from urinary tract discomfort.
Alsi – Flax seeds or Alsi, are a nutrient-dense food and a good source of fatty acids and organic acids. They are enriched with dietary fibers, protein, antioxidants, and vitamins E, K, C, B1, B3, B5, and B6.
Anjeer – Dried figs or Anjeer is a nutrient-rich food and a source of magnesium, vitamin C, and vitamin E. It promotes hair growth and improves blood circulation.