Contact
Available Offers Learn More..
|
  • My Account
  • 

    BAKSON MENSO AID (SUGAR FREE)

    As low as ₹ 96.00
    -20%
    Regular Price ₹ 120.00
    Inclusive of all taxes

    Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup is a syrup for abdominal cramps, relieving back pain, and mild vaginal infections. It aids in comforting and relaxing the muscles during mensuration. The natural ingredients in the formulation assist in relieving general weakness and prevent genital tract infections.

    Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup is a menstrual cramp remedy formulated to help women with issues related to changes in their monthly cycle. It is clinically formulated after thorough research to treat problems like period regulation, stomach pain, abnormal vaginal discharge, low sex drive, and other related issues in women's reproductive health. It also helps with general weakness and infections in the genital area.

    Composition: Abroma augusta Ø, Abroma radix Ø, Aletris farinosa Ø, Alfalfa Ø, Terminalia arjuna Ø, Berberis vulgaris Ø, Cinchona officinalis Ø, Crataegus oxyacantha Ø, Janosia ashoka Ø, Pulsatilla nigaricans 3x, Viburnum prunifolium Ø, Kali. bromatum 1x, Caulophyllum thalictroides Ø.

    Indications: Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup is a syrup for period cramps. It is used for addressing irregular menstrual cycles accompanied by stomach cramps, lower back pain, and minor vaginal infections.

    Dosage: Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup is a menstrual cycle support medication and its dosage is as follows:

    Take 1-2 teaspoons mixed with water twice daily or as directed by your doctor.

    Contra-indication: Do not use during pregnancy or if pregnancy is suspected.

    Side effects: Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup is a syrup for period cramps and since it has natural ingredients it has no known side effects.

    Expiry: 5 years from the date of manufacturing.

    Manufactured in India by: Bakson Drugs & Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd.

    Disclaimer: The information provided herein on request, is not to be taken as a replacement for medical advice or diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. DO NOT SELF MEDICATE. PLEASE CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN FOR PROPER DIAGNOSIS AND PRESCRIPTION.

    More Information

    A healthy female reproductive system is essential for women's overall health and well-being. It is responsible for producing hormones that regulate the menstrual cycle, ovulation, and pregnancy. The female reproductive system also plays a role in sexual function and pleasure.

    The main components of the female reproductive system include:

    Ovaries: The ovaries produce eggs and hormones, including estrogen and progesterone.

    Fallopian tubes: The fallopian tubes transport eggs from the ovaries to the uterus.

    Uterus: The uterus is a muscular organ that nourishes and protects a growing fetus.

    Cervix: The cervix is the opening at the bottom of the uterus. It leads into the vagina.

    Vagina: The vagina is a muscular tube that connects the uterus to the outside world.

    Causes of irregular periods

    Irregular periods are any changes in the normal menstrual cycle. This can include changes in the length of the cycle, the amount of bleeding, or the timing of ovulation.

    There are many possible causes of irregular periods, including:

    Hormonal changes: Hormonal changes can be caused by a variety of factors, including stress, weight gain, weight loss, and certain medical conditions, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and thyroid problems.

    Birth control: Some types of birth control can cause irregular periods, such as the pill and the intrauterine device (IUD).

    Medications: Certain medications can also cause irregular periods, such as antidepressants, antipsychotics, and chemotherapy drugs.

    Medical conditions: Some medical conditions, such as endometriosis and pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), can also cause irregular periods.

    Eating disorders: Eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, can also cause irregular periods.

    Perimenopause: Perimenopause is the transition to menopause. It can start in a woman's 40s and last for several years. During perimenopause, it is common to have irregular periods.

    Painful menstrual periods can also be the result of an underlying medical condition, such as:

    • Premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
    • Endometriosis. This is a painful medical condition in which cells from the lining of the uterus grow in other parts of the body, usually on the fallopian tubes, ovaries, or tissue lining the pelvis.
    • Fibroids in the uterus.
    • Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). PID is an infection of the uterus, fallopian tubes, or ovaries often caused by sexually transmitted bacteria.

    Action of each ingredient is :

    Abroma augusta

    Origin: Abroma augusta is derived from the plant known as Devil's Cotton, native to Southeast Asia.

    Mechanism of Action: Abroma augusta is effective for addressing irregular menses, especially when blood is dark and clotted. It also helps with painful menstruation and profuse, colicky leucorrhea. The remedy's mechanism involves regulating and normalizing the menstrual cycle and reducing clot formation. It works by stimulating uterine contractions and relaxing the cervix. This can be helpful for women who have delayed or prolonged menstruation, or who experience painful menstrual cramps. It has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties which aids in relieving menstrual pain.

    Abroma radix

    Origin: Abroma radix is derived from the same plant as Abroma augusta.

    Mechanism of Action: Abroma radix is indicated for painful and irregular menses, along with heavy white discharge (leucorrhea). Its mechanism of action involves reducing pain and discomfort during menstruation and addressing abnormal vaginal discharge. It works by stimulating uterine contractions and relaxing the cervix. It is also thought to have anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.

    Aletris farinosa (Colic Root)

    Origin: Aletris farinosa is a herb native to North America.

    Mechanism of Action: Aletris farinosa is indicated for uterine pain, menses occurring too soon and profuse with labor-like pain. It may help by reducing pain and regulating the timing and flow of menstruation.

    Alfalfa (Medicago sativa)

    Origin: Alfalfa is a plant native to southwestern Asia.

    Mechanism of Action: Alfalfa is recommended for painful menses and weakness of the whole body. While it does not directly address menstrual pain, it can improve overall vitality, which may indirectly help alleviate discomfort during menstruation. It works by balancing hormones and reducing inflammation in the uterus and ovaries. It is also a good source of vitamins and minerals, which can be beneficial for women who experience menstrual-related problems. Alfalfa is commonly used to treat a variety of menstrual-related problems, including irregular periods, heavy menstrual bleeding, and menstrual cramps.

    Terminalia arjuna (Arjuna)

    Origin: Terminalia arjuna is a tree native to India.

    Mechanism of Action: Terminalia arjuna helps relieve weakness and nervousness. It also regulates menstrual flow and addresses abnormal vaginal discharges resulting from sexually transmitted diseases. Its mechanism involves enhancing overall health and supporting the immune system.

    Berberis vulgaris (Barberry)

    Origin: Berberis vulgaris is a plant native to Europe, Asia, and North America.

    Mechanism of Action: Berberis vulgaris is indicated for vaginal contraction and tenderness, scanty menses, and grayish mucus leucorrhea with painful urinary symptoms. It can alleviate neuralgia of the ovaries and may help in normalizing menstruation. It works by reducing inflammation and pain in the uterus and ovaries. It may also help to regulate the menstrual cycle.

    Caulophyllum thalictroides (Blue Cohosh)

    Origin: Caulophyllum thalictroides is a plant native to North America.

    Mechanism of Action: Caulophyllum thalictroides is effective for rigid cervical os with spasmodic and severe pain. It may help prevent habitual abortions caused by uterine debility and address profuse and painful menses. It works through a variety of mechanisms, including stimulating uterine contractions, relaxing the cervix, reducing inflammation, and balancing hormones. It may also have a general calming and relaxing effect on the body.

    Cinchona officinalis (China or Peruvian Bark)

    Origin: Cinchona officinalis is a tree native to South America.

    Mechanism of Action: Cinchona officinalis is indicated for profuse menses with bloody vaginal secretion (leucorrhea). It may help when menses are too early, dark, and accompanied by abdominal distension.

    Crataegus oxyacantha (Hawthorn)

    Origin: Crataegus oxyacantha is a shrub native to Europe, North Africa, and Western Asia.

    Mechanism of Action: Crataegus oxyacantha is indicated for dysmenorrhea (painful menstruation) with a weak, hard feeling and a sensation of giddiness. It may help in alleviating menstrual pain and related discomfort. It works by improving blood circulation to the uterus and ovaries. This can help to reduce inflammation and pain, and may also help to regulate the menstrual cycle. It also have a calming effect on the body, which can be helpful for women who experience anxiety or stress-related menstrual problems.

    Janosia ashoka

    Origin: Janosia ashoka is a plant native to the Indian subcontinent.

    Mechanism of Action: Janosia ashoka is indicated for delayed or irregular menses. It can address issues where menstrual discharge is scanty, pale, watery, foul-smelling, and blackish. It works by balancing hormones and reducing inflammation in the uterus and ovaries. It may also help to improve mood and mental state.

    Pulsatilla nigricans (Wind Flower)

    Origin: Pulsatilla nigricans is derived from the plant known as Pulsatilla, native to Europe.

    Mechanism of Action: Pulsatilla nigricans is indicated for suppressed menses, diarrhea during or after menses, and whitish, yellowish, or greenish creamy, acrid, and burning discharge from the vagina of females (leucorrhea). It helps regulate menstrual cycles and alleviate associated symptoms.

    Viburnum prunifolium (Black Haw)

    Origin: Viburnum prunifolium is a shrub native to North America.

    Mechanism of Action: Viburnum prunifolium is effective for cases where menses are too late, scanty, and last only a few hours. It can also help with whitish, yellowish, vaginal discharge (leucorrhea), which may occur with genital itching.

    Kali bromatum (Potassium Bromide)

    Origin: Kali bromatum is a chemical compound containing potassium and bromine.

    Mechanism of Action: Kali bromatum relieves ovarian neuralgia and accompanying nervous uneasiness. It helps in reducing pain and discomfort associated with ovarian neuralgia. It is commonly used to treat a variety of conditions, including menstrual cramps, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and irregular periods.

    It works by stimulating the body's own healing mechanisms. It works by regulating the menstrual cycle by balancing hormones and reducing inflammation and pain. It may also improve mood and mental state, which can be helpful for women who experience PMS or other menstrual-related mood swings

    Frequently asked questions

    Q: What is Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup?
    A: Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup is a homeopathic syrup for abdominal cramps that is used to treat a variety of menstrual problems, including irregular periods, cramps, PMS, and heavy bleeding. It is also effective for relieving other symptoms associated with menstruation, such as headache, backache, and mood swings.
    Q: What is the difference between Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup and other pain relievers?
    A: Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup is a homeopathic syrup, made from natural ingredients that work by stimulating the body's natural healing process. Other pain relievers are typically over-the-counter medications that contain chemicals that work to block pain signals. Since it is a menstrual cramp remedy formulated from natural ingredients, it is a good option for people who are looking for a safe and effective way to relieve menstrual cramps without the risk of side effects. It is also a good option for people who are taking other medications, as it is safe to take with most medications.
    Q: How often should I take Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup?
    A: The recommended dosage for Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup is 1-2 teaspoons, 3-4 times a day. You can start taking the syrup a few days before your period is due and continue taking it throughout your period.
    Q: What are the benefits of taking Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup?
    A: Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup offers menstrual cycle support with a variety of benefits, including: * Regulates the menstrual cycle, * Reduces menstrual cramps, * Relieves other symptoms associated with menstruation, such as headache, backache, and mood swings, * Improves overall well-being during menstruation
    Q: Can I use Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup with other medications?
    A: Yes, Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup is a syrup for period cramps and is safe to take with other medications. However, it is always best to consult with your doctor before taking any new medication, including homeopathic remedies.
    Q: Are there any side effects to taking Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup?
    A: Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup is generally safe and has no known side effects.
    Q: How long can I take Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup?
    A: Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup can be taken for as long as needed. However, if your menstrual problems do not improve after 3 months, or if you experience any worsening of symptoms, stop taking the medication and consult your doctor.
    Q: Where can I buy Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup?
    A: Bakson's Menso Aid Syrup is available at most pharmacies and health food stores. You can also purchase it online from a variety of retailers.
    You're asking about:BAKSON MENSO AID (SUGAR FREE)
    Write Your Own Review
    You're reviewing:BAKSON MENSO AID (SUGAR FREE)
    Your Rating
    Latest Offers
    PAY at Billdesk get additional discounts

    Get extra 15% OFF on payments through Billdesk

    Offline 3 items 40% on MRP - D3, VITA E, BIOTIN

    Offline 3 items 40% on MRP - D3, VITA E, BIOTIN

    250gm calendula with night cream

    250gm calendula with night cream

    500gm calendula with lip balm

    500gm calendula with lip balm

    10% off one time

    10% off one time

    50ml hair reviver free with 100ml hair reviver

    50ml hair reviver free with 100ml hari reviver

    Get 1 Arnica shampoo 150ml free

    Buy 2 Nail & Hair Aid Tablets & Get 1 Arnica shampoo 150ml free

    PAY at Billdesk get additional discounts

    Get extra 2% OFF on payments through Billdesk