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Cap Eplica


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Description and Benefits:

Epilepsy is described as ‘Apasmara’ in Ayurveda. The disorder is caused by an abnormal electrical activity arising in the brain leading to seizures or “fits” in a patient who convulses violently and may become unconscious or very confused. Ayurveda categorizes epilepsy into four types, depending on which particular dosha is vitiated. Accordingly, seizures are classified as Vataj, Pittaj, Kaphaj & Sannipatik in Ayurveda.

A person with epilepsy is treated with a variety of synthetic anticonvulsants, which may have associated toxicities and degenerative effects. Eplica is a research-based product made from extracts of natural herbs that are helpful in management of all types of epilepsy with least toxicities, side effects, and increased patient compliance. It contains a unique blend of herbs selected based on their proven efficacy in ancient Ayurvedic books and in various clinical research studies. The combination provides relief in the cardinal symptoms (unconsciousness, falling down, convulsions, eye distortion, foaming from mouth and teeth locking) as well as in the general symptoms of epilepsy. It helps to reduce the duration of the “fits” and frequency of the epileptic attacks. It also significantly increases the immediate memory span and reduces the mental fatigue.



Each capsule contains extract of:

Common Name (Latin Name)


Smriti Sagar Ras (Classical)

60 mg

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)

45 mg

Arjuna (Terminalia arjuna)

45 mg

Chandan (Santalum album)

45 mg

Bach/ Vaca (Acorus calamus)

45 mg

Chitrak (Plumbago zeylanica)

45 mg

Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri)

45 mg

Yashti Madhu/Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra)

45 mg

Akik Bhasma (Classical)

45 mg


Consult your physician for accurate dosage as per your requirements. The general recommendation is 1-2 capsules twice a day to be taken along with water.



What Research Says

What Research Says:

Various clinical and preclinical studies over the last few decades have demonstrated the efficacy and safety of herbs used in Eplica for the management of epilepsy. According to modern research, many of these herbs act directly on the nervous system and bring about receptor modulation in the neurons, which mitigate the abnormal electrical activity. Alternatively, some herbs may have a protective action on the neurons that prevent the oxidative damage of neurons in different regions of the brain helping to relieve from various epilepsy symptoms. Following is a list of various research studies suggesting the efficacy of herbs used in Eplica for epilepsy:

  • A clinical research study showed that a combination of Smriti Sagar Ras with other Rasayana drugs significantly improves the symptoms in epilepsy patients. The therapy reduced the severity of the disease. The frequency and duration of epileptic seizures were also decreased. An increase in immediate memory span and a reduction of mental fatigue was observed in treated patients. Overall 41.7% patients achieved a complete remission while another 16.7% patients showed some improvement.
  • Arjuna is a well-known herb with cardiotonic property. Apart from its beneficial effect on electrical dysregulation in heart, it has significant antioxidant property. Various research studies have shown the anti-oxidant effect of the herb was produced by an increase in superoxide dismutase, catalase, glutathione peroxidase activities in the liver and kidney tissues.
  • Chandan (Sandalwood) is another herb which has been reported to have calming and relaxant effect on the nervous system. Various research studies have shown that the memory enhancing and tranquilizing property of Chandan is due to antagonism of dopamine and serotonin receptors in the brain.
  • Various pre-clinical research studies have shown the anti-convulsant effect of Bach in validated animal models. Extract of Bach has exhibited promising protection against maximal electric shock (MES) induced seizures. The efficacy of Bach extract has been assessed to be comparable to standard drug phenytoin and it significantly potentiates the anti-convulsant activity of phenytoin and phenobarbital.
  • Different extracts of Brahmi have shown to have excellent anti-convulsant and neuroprotective actions in various pre-clinical research studies using validated animal models. The Brahmi extracts were able to reverse epilepsy associated brain changes to near control. The action of Brahmi was postulated to be mediated via many mechanisms which include acetylcholine esterase (AChE) inhibition and/or choline acetyltransferase activation, β-amyloid reduction, decrease in glutamate and other free amino acid levels, increased cerebral blood flow, antioxidant neuroprotection, and neurotransmitter modulation (GABA, acetylcholine, serotonin, and dopamine).
  • A hydroalcoholic leaf extract of Chitrak demonstrated CNS-depressant, anti-anxiety, and skeletal muscle relaxant activity in a preclinical study. The herb has been reported to have anti-convulsant activity as well.
  • Another pre-clinical study has shown that Liquorice possesses anticonvulsant property against the PTZ and lithium-pilocarpine induced seizures.
  • Akik bhasma is a fine powder that is prepared from a natural mineral (silica). It provides energy and natural minerals to the body. It also helps in the rejuvenation of the cells for effective functioning. This mineral stone also possesses healing and soothing properties.
  • Various research studies employing validated animal models (Pentylene tetrazole [PTZ] and maximal electro-shock [MES] induced convulsion) for epilepsy have shown a beneficial effect of Ashwagandha for the management of epilepsy. Other research studies have shown that the herb possesses neuroprotective, neuro-regenerative and anti-convulsant properties which are produced via modulation of gamma-amino butyric acid (GABA) receptor in Brain.  


Frequently Asked Question (FAQ):

Q: Can Eplica be taken along with conventional medicines of epilepsy?

A: Eplica capsules are natural and safe herbal supplement for the conventional treatment of epilepsy. However, under appropriate medical supervision and in consultation with the treating physician, it can be taken along with conventional medicines with the consent of a patient.

Q: What are the side effects associated with Eplica?

A:  Eplica capsules have not been reported to result in any serious side effects when taken at advised dosage under medical supervision.

Q: How long would it take to show its beneficial effects?

A: Eplica is an ayurvedic formulation that works naturally. It is recommended to be used regularly for at least 45 days for its beneficial effects to be apparent. For better and long-lasting results, it should be used for longer duration. You should consult your physician for dosage, and duration of its usage as per your requirements.

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  1. Fantastic Result review by Siddhartha Mathura on 5/22/2018

    I am a 36-year year old businessman and I started experiencing seizures around 3 years back. Although I was taking the prescribed medicines, I always wanted some natural supplement to help me fight with my epileptic attacks without causing any long-term harm. I have been using Eplica for over one year and haven’t had any seizure since last 6 months. Thus, for me, Eplica seems to complement my therapy pretty well.

  2. Bahut hi achha prbhav ha iska review by Raju on 3/7/2018

    Bahut hi bdhiya ha, nice, iske paryog se bahut achha result mila.

  3. Best medicine review by Sanju on 3/7/2018

    bahut badhiya medicine.

  4. Good job review by Raj on 3/7/2018


  5. Thanks VHCA review by Anil Nehra on 2/13/2018

    Good Result, very nice, sachmuch bahut ha.

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Tag Line:

Eplica –The Saviour in Epilepsy; Mirgi ka Ramban Upchar; A nervine tonic to prevent seizures


Epilepsy, Apasmara, Convulsions, Seizure, Smriti Sagar Ras, Ashwagandha, Withania somnifera, Arjuna, Terminalia arjuna, Chandan, Sandalwood, Santalum album, Bach, Vaca, Acorus calamus, Chitrak, Plumbago zeylanica, Brahmi, Bacopa monnieri, Yashti Madhu, Liquorice, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Akik bhasma


Do & Donts

  • Do’s (Prefer): Maintain proper food timings, regular meditation, yoga, pranayama, or aerobics.
  • Don’ts (Avoid): Oily, fatty, spicy and stale food. Late-night parties, late-night dinners, late-night study or keeping awake at night for work.