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Tab Arogyam

Tab Arogyam


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Description and Benefits:

Modern technology has brought many incredible changes in human life but has also lead to many health problems due to elevating stressful and polluted environment. Modern lifestyle with less physical activities and diet deficient in essential elements have further deteriorated the condition. The overall result is that humanity is now surrounded by a lot of incurable diseases and face many new diseases every year. Modern medicines alone are unable to find a solution to the ever-increasing disease burden in human. Thus, more and more research works are now focusing on alternative medicines. Doubtlessly, Ayurveda is the oldest system of medicine in the world that can help us to counteract the current health problems. Ayurveda describes the concept of “Vyadhikshamatva” in detail which means to keep away from a disease similar to the modern concept of immunity. This can be achieved by following the food habits described in Ayurveda literature and using ayurvedic treasure for the treatment of various disorders. Many research studies have indicated immunomodulatory potential in herbs described in “Rasayana” therapy in Ayurveda. Hence, the integration of ancient science of Ayurveda and modern research can provide a holistic solution for the current health problems in human.

Arogyam is a research-based herbal formulation designed by VHCA research team for improving the overall functioning of the biological system and thereby boosting the immunity to keep away from disease and to fight against several existing disorders. Arogyam is a wonderful mixture of Ayurvedic herbs that have direct references in the ancient Ayurvedic literature and have proven clinical usefulness in modern clinical research for treating many disorders. The rejuvenating herbs present in Arogyam help in proper functioning of different organs and help in maintaining homeostasis. Many of these herbs have been cited in Ayurveda as “Rasayana” (a class of drug that improves immunity and protects against many diseases) and “Medhya Rasayana” (a class of drugs used to improve memory and intellect). Arogyam is a wonderful immunomodulator herbal formulation that is useful in various cardiovascular, metabolic, endocrine and psychiatric disorders. It contains a synergistic blend of herbal extracts that aid the smooth functioning of various organ systems and strengthen the immune system to fight against a variety of infectious diseases.


The recommended dose of Arogyam is 2 tablets twice a day. Please consult with your physician for an assessment of dose according to your disease or condition.



Each Tablet contains extracts of:

Common Name (Latin Name)


Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera)

200 mg

Pellitory/Akarakara (Anacyclus pyrethrum)

100 mg

Mastic/Rumi Mastagee (Pistacia lentiscus)

50 mg

Ginger/Adrak (Zingiber officinale)

30 mg

Black pepper/Kali Mirch (Piper nigrum)

30 mg

Long Pepper/Pipli (Piper longum)

30 mg

Saffron/Kesar (Crocus sativus)

10 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 Arogyam as an effective and safe treatment for anxiety, stress, and insomnia with implications for a 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 Arogyam 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 (diminish cough, gas, and respiratory problems), 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.


Frequently Asked Question (FAQ):

Q: For how long can this medication be used?

A: Duration of treatment with Arogyam 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: Arogyam is entirely an herbal preparation with no significant side effects reported to date.

Q: Can I use Arogyam to improve my quality of sleep?

A: Arogyam 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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  1. Thanks VHCA Team review by Kailash on 3/9/2018

    I m very thankful to VHCA Team who gave me fully rest & free from all problems & disorder.

  2. Impressive & best review by Joshi on 3/9/2018

    such a great and tremendous medicine after use. Bahut hi amazing result

  3. Sach me bahut hi kammal ki medicine ha review by Vibhuti on 3/9/2018

    me bahut preshan ho gya tha, ab mujhe is medicine ke upyog se aaram mila ha, ye bahut hi upyogi hai. Mujhe bhi yakin nahi tha, ab mujhe ayurveda pr pura yakin ho gya ha. Thankyou VHCA or Ayurveda.

  4. Ye ha asali medicin review by Diljeet Singh on 3/9/2018

    ji ha ye ha asli medicine bahut hi kamyaab or aaramdayak . iska bahut hi achha prbhav dekhne ko mila ha amazing or best.

  5. Treated well review by Satparkash on 2/15/2018

    Very nice, best, amazing, well performer, deserved , 100% result.

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Do & Donts

  • Do’s (Prefer): Green leafy vegetables, fresh fruits, whole grain foods, milk, pulses, balanced diet, exercise, yoga, meditation, pranayama, and adequate sleep.
  • Don’ts (Avoid): Too much spicy or acidic food, excessive salt, fat rich food, stale food, pickles, chutney, processed foods, canned foods, foods with preservatives, leftovers, fried foods, excessive stress, smoking, and alcohol.