Khamira Gaozaban Ambari: Jadwar Ood Saleeb Wala
Indications of Khamira Gaozaban Ambari: Jadwar Ood Saleeb Wala:
Facial Paralysis, General Paralysis, Hysteria, Infantile Convulsions, Tremor.
Ingredients of Khamira Gaozaban Ambari: Jadwar Ood Saleeb Wala:
Abresham Muqarraz, Badranjboya, Burada Sandal Safaid, Berg Gaozaban, Behman Surkh, Tukhm Balangoo, Tudri Surkh, Kishneez Khushk, Gul Khatmi, Gul Gaozaban, Shakar Safaid, Sat Leemun, Natroon Banjawi, Ambar ashbab, War-e-Nuqra, Warq-e-Tila, Jadwai Saeeda, Oood Saleeb Saeeda.
Directions for Use for Khamira Gaozaban Ambari: Jadwar Ood Saleeb Wala: 5 grams to be taken in the morning.
|Each dose of 5 g contains:|
|Ambra grasea (Amber)||2.99 mg|
|Argentum (Warq Nuqra)||8.97 mg|
|Aurum (Warq Tila)||8.97 mg|
|Pandanus odoratissimus Distillate (Arq Keora)||17.94 mg|
|Bombyx mori (Abresham)||17.94 mg|
|Nepeta cataria (Badranjboya)||17.94 mg|
|Centaurea behen (Behman Safed)||17.94 mg|
|Salvia haematodes (Behman Surkh)||17.94 mg|
|Borago officinalis (Flowers) (Gule Gaozaban)||17.94 mg|
|Delphinium denudatum (Jadwar Khatai)||17.94 mg|
|Coriandrum sativum (Kishniz Khushk)||17.94 mg|
|Santalum album (Sandal Safed)||17.94 mg|
|Lepidium iberis (Tudri Safed)||17.94 mg|
|Lepidium iberis (Tudri Surkh)||17.94 mg|
|Salvia aegyptiaca (Tukhme Balango)||17.94 mg|
|Ocimum sanctum (Berge Raihan)||17.94 mg|
|Paeonia officinalis (Ood Saleeb)||17.94 mg|
|Lavandula stoechas (Ustkhuddus)||17.94 mg|
|Borago officinalis (Leaves) (Berge Gaozaban)||107.65 mg|
|Mel (Shahed)||358.85 mg|
|Sugar (Qand Safed)||1.435 g|
INDICATIONS : Epilepsy, paralysis, facial paralysis, infantile epilepsy, chorea, hysteria, cerebral atony and nervous debility.
CONTRAINDICATIONS : None
SIDE EFFECTS : None
DOSAGE : 5 g in the morning on an empty stomach with 125 ml. milk or Arq Gaozaban.
PRESENTATION : In packs of 60 g, 125 g, 250 g and 1 Kg.
Vocal cord paralysis occurs when the nerve impulses to your voice box (larynx) are interrupted. This results in paralysis of the muscle of the vocal cords. Vocal cord paralysis can affect your ability to speak and even breathe. That’s because your vocal cords, sometimes called vocal folds, do more than just produce sound. They also protect your airway by preventing food, drink and even your saliva from entering your windpipe (trachea) and causing you to choke.
There are a number of causes of vocal cord paralysis including damage to nerves during surgery and certain cancers. Vocal cord paralysis can also be caused by a viral infection or a neurological disorder.
Treatment for vocal cord paralysis usually includes voice therapy; however, surgery is also sometimes necessary.