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Stress-lite Syrup

Stress-lite Syrup

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Stress-lite Syrup

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Quantity: 300 ml, See dosage and product description below
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Description and Benefits:

The present era can be called as the ‘era of anxiety and stress’ due to high exposure to stressful conditions from the time of birth till the last breath drawn. Many people are unable to adapt to the increased level of stress in everyday life of the modern world, and these people are prone to develop psychiatric conditions such as anxiety and depression. Due to high prevalence, the interest in the treatment for these psychiatric conditions has been increasing. Patients generally prefer herbal treatment over chemical-based medicines for such ailments due to high cost and associated adverse effects with the chemical compounds.

Stress-lite is a research-based herbal formulation designed by VHCA for improving quality of life in various psychological disorders. Stress-lite is a wonderful mixture of Ayurvedic herbs that have direct references in the ancient Indian literature and have proven clinical usefulness in modern clinical research for treating such disorders. The rejuvenating herbs present in Stress-lite help in combating stress in day-to-day life. Many of these herbs have been cited in Ayurveda as medhya rasayana (a class of drugs used to improve memory and intellect). VHCA Ayurveda’s Stress-lite is a wonderful brain tonic that is useful for various psychological disorders like anxiety, depression, insomnia, and epilepsy. It contains a synergistic blend of herbal extracts that aids memory, increases alertness, improves concentration, enhances mood, reduces stress and mental fatigue, brings about calmness and sound sleep, reduces elevated blood pressure, and protects the nervous system from various toxicants.

Dosage:

The recommended dose of Stress-lite is 2 teaspoonfuls twice a day. Please consult with your physician for an assessment of dose according to your disease or condition.

Ingredients

Ingredients:

Each 1mL contains extracts of:

Common Name (Latin Name)

Quantity

Brahmi (Bacopa monniera)

50 mg

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)

50 mg

Shankhpushpi (Valeriana wallichii)

50 mg

Sarpagandha (Rauvolfia serpentina)

50 mg

Bach (Acorus calamus)

50 mg

Ustukhuddus (Lavandula stoechas)

50 mg

Khurasani Ajwain (Hyoscyamus niger)

50 mg

What Research Says

What Research Says:

Various clinical and pre-clinical research studies have confirmed the claims made in Ayurveda literature for the potential of herbs present in Stress-lite as an effective and safe treatment for anxiety, stress, and insomnia with implications for reduction in elevated blood pressure. According to modern research, many of these drugs have mood elevating effects due to the modulation of neurological pathways (GABAergic, serotonergic, and noradrenergic systems) and hence have both antidepressant and anxiolytic effects. The drugs may act by inhibition of monoamine re-uptake (noradrenaline, serotonin, and dopamine), monoamine oxidase inhibition, sensitization and enhancement of serotonin receptors binding, or neuroendocrine modulation. Following is a list of various research studies suggesting the efficacy of herbs used in Stress-lite for different psychological disorders:

  • Numerous research studies have shown that the Brahmi extract has anxiolytic, antidepressant, anticonvulsant, and antioxidant activity without any untoward reaction or significant side effects. A clinical research study showed highly favorable results with Brahmi for overall anxiety along with other major anxiety-related physical symptoms including nervousness, palpitation, insomnia, headache, tremors, and irritability. A study, involving school going children of age 6-8 years, has also demonstrated a significant improvement in memory, learning, and perception due to its neuroprotective action.
  • Ashwagandha is the most extensively studied herb in various biological animal models for the adaptogenic/anti-stress properties. The results of various studies have indicated that Ashwagandha can be used for the treatment of many stress-induced diseases like anxiety, depression, arteriosclerosis, premature aging, arthritis, diabetes, hypertension, and malignancy. In different research studies, Ashwagandha produced an anxiolytic effect comparable to lorazepam, and an antidepressant effect comparable to imipramine. Some clinical research studies have concluded significant improvement in anxiety and stress with Ashwagandha treatment compared to a variety of controls (including placebo and psychotherapy).
  • An animal research study showed that a polyherbal formulation consisting of Brahmi, Ashwagandha, Shankhpushpi, and Bach was as effective as standard allopathic drugs such as diazepam in treating anxiety and depression.
  • Ayurveda literature (Samhitas and Nighantus) have described Sarpagandha as Kapha Vata Shamak, Nidra Karaka (increase sleep), and Uccharaktachapahara (decrease high blood pressure). In a clinical research study Sarpagandha treatment relived anxiety and stress, and it helped in reducing both systolic and diastolic blood pressure.
  • Shankhpushpi demonstrated anxiolytic, neuroprotective, antioxidant, and anti-stress activity in various pre-clinical research studies conducted on validated animal models. In an animal study, Shankhpushpi showed potent anticonvulsant activity comparable with that of the standard drug phenytoin in protecting against tonic convulsion.
  • In a clinical research study on patients with depression, Bach showed a reduction in the severity of depression and better rehabilitation. In another clinical trial, Bach reduced stress, attenuated anxiety, negated depression, and enhanced adjustment and attention in human participants without any significant side effects.  
  • A clinical trial comparing Ustukhuddus (Lavender), imipramine and the combination of the two drugs, revealed that the combination was more effective than imipramine or Lavender alone, indicating a possible synergistic effect.
  • A clinical research study showed that the inhalation aromatherapy with lavender can reduce anxiety in patients with myocardial infarction. Other different clinical research studies have shown that anxiolytic effect of lavender was superior to placebo in patients suffering from anxiety disorder. In addition, lavender improved associated symptoms such as restlessness, disturbed sleep, and had a beneficial influence on general well-being and quality of life.
  • In a validated animal model, Khurasani Ajwain extract exhibited antidepressant and anxiolytic activity. The antidepressant activity of the herb was attributed to its effect on different biogenic amine systems.

faq

Frequently Asked Question:

Q: For how long can this medication be used?

A: Duration of treatment with Stress-lite generally depends upon the user’s requirement. Please consult with an Ayurvedic physician before starting or stopping the use of this preparation. It has been reported to be safe if taken for a relatively longer duration.

Q: What are the side effects associated with this formulation?

A: Stress-lite is entirely an herbal preparation with no significant side effects till date.

Q: Can I use Stress-lite to improve my quality of sleep?

A: Stress-lite has been reported to have a calming effect on the nervous system. It can be used for improving the quality of sleep in different individuals suffering from anxiety or other psychological illness. However, it is recommended to consult with an Ayurvedic physician before starting its use.

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Reference

References:

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Keywords:

Stress-lite, stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, epilepsy, high blood pressure, Brain tonic, Brahmi, Bacopa monniera, Centella asiatica, Ashwagandha, Withania somnifera, Shankhpushpi, Valeriana wallichii, Sarpagandha, Rauvolfia serpentine, Bach, Acorus calamus, Ustukhuddus, Lavender, Lavandula stoechas, Khurasani Ajwain, Hyoscyamus niger

Do & Donts

  • Do’s (Prefer): Green leafy vegetables, milk, pulses, exercise, yoga, balanced diet, etc.
  • Don’ts (Avoid): Too much spicy or acidic food, excessive salt and fat rich food, stale food, pickles, chutney, lack of exercise, excessive stress, smoking, alcohol, etc.