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Tab Pylomac

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Description and Benefits:

In today’s rapidly changing world, lifestyle has also undergone a significant modification compared to the previous few decades. Irregular lifestyle patterns such as lack of adequate physical activity and eating unhealthy foods expose us to various lifestyle diseases. The most common among them is constipation that may become chronic health condition and may lead to other complications in our body. Constipation can be classified into primary (idiopathic or functional) and secondary (therapy-induced or because of organic disease), with the latter being more common in older people. Constipation may lead to the development of piles (haemorrhoids or Arsha in Ayurveda), anal fissures (Parikartika in Ayurveda) and sometimes, anal fistula (Bhagandar in Ayurveda). The haemorrhoids are swollen blood vessels around the anus, which may protrude inside or outside of the anus. The anal fistula is a tunnel that structures under the skin of buttocks near the anal opening as well as deep into the anal canal or rectum. The anal fissure is an extended ulcer, crack, or tear in the lining of the lower part of the anal canal that may evolve due to hard stool or high anal sphincter pressure. All of these conditions are frequently associated with pain and bleeding. These conditions aren’t life-threatening; however, the symptoms they cause can be very discomforting and may have psychological implications. In the allopathic system of medicine, all of these conditions are managed by surgery, which is both costly and have various side effects. Thus, people are now looking for alternative treatments for these conditions. Ayurveda is a well-known system of medicine which has provided effective solution for these conditions with minimal side-effects.

VHCA Ayurveda has developed Pylomac which is a research-based product made from extracts of natural herbs that are helpful in the management of piles, fistula, and fissure with least toxicities, side effects, and increased patient compliance. It contains a unique blend of herbs selected based on their proven efficacy in different research studies and have a mention in ancient Ayurvedic books for the management of these conditions. Pylomac not only provides relief from the bleeding associated with these problems but is also very effective in improving digestion. Pylomac is an effective medicine for chronic constipation, the common cause of piles, fistula, and fissure. Thus, Pylomac is very effective in both curing the existing problem and preventing the recurrence.



The general recommended dose is 1-2 tablets twice a day. However, the dose may be adjusted depending upon the patient’s condition and requirements. Thus, it is recommended to consult an ayurvedic physician for appropriate dosage.



Each tablet contains extract of:

Common Name (Latin Name)

Quantity (in milligrams)

Khunkharaba (Daemonorops draca)

30 mg

Kutki (Picrorhiza Kurroa)

30 mg

Reetha (Sapindus Mukorossi)

50 mg

Bael (Aegle marmelos)

30 mg

Raal (Shorea robusta)

50 mg

Neem Beej (Azadirachta indica)

20 mg

Trinkant (Pinus succinifera)

20 mg

Rasont (Extractum berberis)

20 mg

Praval Pishti (Classical)

20 mg

Yavakshar (Hordeum vulgare) (Kshar)

10 mg

What Research Says

What Research Says?

Ayurvedic literature has described various herbs that have efficacy in the management of piles, fistula, and fissure. The herbs used in Pylomac were selected based on a thorough review of the Ayurvedic literature and the experience of VHCA physicians. Also, the efficacy and safety of these herbs in the management of piles, fistula, and fissure have been demonstrated by various clinical and preclinical research studies over the last few decades. According to modern research, many of these herbs improve general resistance and support mechanisms, stimulating the repair and regenerative mechanisms to prevent bleeding, prolong cell life, cell binding, and improve tensile strength or elasticity of the anal mucosa. Some herbs have anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, and antimicrobial actions, and thus, help in increasing the stability of the biological membranes. Additionally, the herbs have an antioxidant property that supports and improves wound healing by scavenging free radicals and thereby reducing oxidative stress on biological tissues. Following is a list of various research studies suggesting the efficacy of herbs present in Pylomac for the treatment of piles, fistula, and fissure:

  • Khunkharaba has potent antimicrobial, antiviral activity, immunomodulatory, antiulcer, anti-diarrhoeal, haemostatic, astringent, antithrombotic, analgesic, wound-healing, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant activities. These properties have been tested in various modern research studies carried out on validated animal models. The ancient literature has described its successful use for the treatment of diarrhoea, gastrointestinal ulcers, piles, fistula, fissure, and other gastrointestinal problems.
  • Kutki has been reported to possess antibacterial, antioxidant, hepatoprotective, anti-inflammatory, anti-ulcer and other beneficial properties as evident from different research studies. The herb has been tested in various gastrointestinal ulcer models and has shown to be very effective in treating ulcers, haemorrhoids, and anal fistula by promoting the activity of in-vivo antioxidant enzymes (superoxide dismutase, catalase and total tissue sulfhydryl group) and due to its free radical scavenging properties.
  • Various pharmacological effects of Reetha have been reported by different researchers, which includes anti-bacterial, anxiolytic, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory among others owing to the presence of various active constituents such as glycosides, alkaloids, phytosterols, proteins, and saponins. Reetha has been employed for the treatment of different gastrointestinal ailments in the indigenous system of medicine and the same has been validated by different scientific studies that have demonstrated the efficacy of the extracts in various experimental models.
  • Bael is another herb well known for its antibacterial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anxiolytic, gastrointestinal mucosa-protective, and other beneficial effects. Different preclinical research studies have shown its efficacy in reversing the gastrointestinal ulceration and tissue damage via multiple mechanisms. Fruit of Bael has been used comprehensively by Ayurvedic physicians for the treatment of chronic constipation and haemorrhoids.
  • In a clinical research study, topical preparation based on Raal (Shorea robusta resin) showed significant improvement in wound healing due to its antioxidant, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory activity. It has been reported by various researchers that these properties of Raal are the consequence of the presence of polyphenols, flavonoids, and triterpenoids in high concentration. Thus, Raal can be useful in control burning sensation and excess secretion associated with the anorectal haemorrhoids.
  • Different pre-clinical research studies have shown that Neem has significant antimicrobial, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-gastrointestinal ulcer properties and is very effective in the treatment of chronic constipation, haemorrhoids, fistula, and fissure. The Neem extract reduced the colonic damage with a concomitant increase in body weight, decrease in diarrhoea, fewer incidences of cell adhesions, decreased lymphoplasmacytic infiltration, decreased inflammatory mediators and free-radicals in different validated gastrointestinal ulcer models indicating its healing effects on the gastrointestinal tract.
  • Trinkant and Rasont are considered the household remedy for bleeding piles in Himachal Pradesh, an Indian state, and the same has been described in Ayurvedic literature. Praval Pishti (coral calcium) is considered a very good source of calcium carbonate due to its chemical structure resemblance with human bones structure. Ayurvedic literature has described various beneficial effectual of Praval Pisthi on the gastrointestinal tract and in resolving the problem of anal fissure and bleeding piles.
  • A clinical study showed that Yavakshar is very effective in preventing the rectal bleeding associated with haemorrhoids and reducing the degree of haemorrhoids up to a certain extent based on the concentration of yava used in the formulation.


Frequently Asked Question (FAQ):

Q: Why these days people suffer more from constipation?

A: Constipation is a lifestyle disease (i.e. caused by the change in the way people live). As a result of modern advancement and the progress in technology, people do not undertake an adequate physical activity. Besides this sedentary lifestyle, ever-increasing daily stress, smoking, alcohol intake, and irregular food habit have elevated the chances of constipation.

Q: Do Pylomac has any side effects?

A: Pylomac is a 100% herbal formulation with no reported side-effects till date. However, caution should be taken in case of any side-effect that may occur depending upon several personal/disease-related factors. In case of any side effect or uneasiness, it is recommended to contact the treating physician immediately.

Q: Can Pylomac be used by both males and females

A: Pylomac is effective in both males and females. Thus, it can be used by both sexes.

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  1. Best Product review by Anita Raj on 9/30/2018

    I am a 49-year-old woman. I was suffering from the problem of recurrent haemorrhoids that kept coming back even after different treatments. About 4 months back an ayurvedic physician prescribed me Pylomac which has proved to be a wonderful medicine for me. It has both cured my haemorrhoids and prevent its recurrence. It has boosted my confidence to go out and visit different places. Thanks to VHCA team for coming up with such a great product.

  2. Great Result review by Sushant Kumar on 9/30/2018

    I am a 60-year old man, and I have been using Pylomac for one year now. My experience with the product has been very good. Pylomac has significantly reduced my piles problem and has relieved long-standing constipation problem. Now, I am using it regularly as it has improved my quality of life. I use to suggest this product to all my friends. Thank you VHCA!

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Tab Pylomac, Constipation, Piles(haemorrhoids), fissure, fistula, Ritha, Khunkharaba, Neem Beej, Bael , Trinkant , Khunkharaba , Praval Pishti and Rasaunt , Yavkshar (Kshar), Shorea robusta resin (Ral).

Do & Donts

  • Do’s (Prefer): Green leafy vegetables, milk, balanced diet, fiber-rich food, plenty of water, adequate sleep and exercise, regular intake of medicine as prescribed by the treating physician.
  • Don’ts (Avoid): Too much spicy or acidic food, excessive salt and fat rich food, fried food, stale food, pickles, chutney, excessive stress, smoking, and alcohol.