Safi syrup is used in treating health problems such as blood impurities, skin problems, nose bleeding, blemishes, acne vulgaris, boils, urticaria etc. Get to know how Safi syrup works, its side effects, precautions, and contraindications where Safi syrup is not suggested.
Safi composition and active ingredients
It contains Sana, Revand Chini, Neem, Chiraita, rose, brahmi, white turmeric, red sandalwood and Tulsi which are well known for blood purification.
Regarding safety profile of Safi is not well established on scientific parameters through research studies in India. But Health Canada tests showed that Safi contained arsenic levels more than 40 times the maximum allowable limit. In the Journal of the American Medical Association published a study of Safi that it contains potentially harmful levels of heavy metal (arsenic).
Arsenic poison (arsenicosis) may result in:
- Abdominal pain
- Muscle cramps
- Hair loss
- Blood in urine
- Skin hyper pigmentation
- Affect organs like kidneys, bladders liver and lungs.
It is manufactured by Hamdard Labs India Pvt. Ltd.
Arsenic occurs in inorganic and organic forms. Organic arsenic compounds are less harmful to health while Inorganic arsenic compounds are highly toxic. Inorganic arsenic is a human carcinogen
If you want to purify blood in a safe and natural way boil licorice root in water, add lemon juice and drink empty stomach daily.
Safi syrup – How does it work
Safi syrup works by the help of histamine, acetylcholine, cholecystokinin and prostaglandins, it has anti-inflammatory property without altering gastric mucosa. And inhibits skin cancer by blocking the T- lymphocyte – mediated cytotoxicity. It also increases the humoral antibody production and inhibits the growth of bacteria, virus and fungi. It decreases the pain and swelling. Improves the growth of hair and also provides strength to the hair.
Uses of Safi syrup
Safi syrup used for the treatment, control, prevention, and improvement of the below given symptoms, conditions and diseases:
- Skin diseases
- Reduced appetite
- Snake bite
- Chronic diarrhoea
- Sore throat
Side effects of Safi syrup
The adverse reactions that may occur from all ingredients of safi syrup. These side-effects of safi syrup are possible but do not always occur. Some of the side effects may be rare but serious. Consult your health expert if you observe any of the following side-effects, especially if they do not go away.
- Muscle fatigue
- Skin irritation
- Burning of skin
Safi syrup – precautions and how to use
Effectiveness of this medicine may differ with the usage of other OTC drugs/ products alongside. This may increase the chances for side-effects or it may cause your drug not to work properly. Discuss with your physician what prescription and non-prescription drugs, nutritional supplements, vitamins, and herbal products you are taking or plan to take; so that your physician can help you prevent or manage drug interactions. Strictly follow precautions to prevent adverse effects. Dosage is based on your condition. Consult your doctor if your condition persists or worsens. Essential counseling points are listed below:
- Breast feeding
- Autoimmune disorders
- Planning to pregnant
Safi syrup– Drug interactions
Over the counter products or the other drugs if you consume at the same time, the effect of safi syrup may change. This may increase chances of side effects or might cause your drug not to work properly. Let your doctor know about your histoy of your health conditions and all the medication or any health products your are using before he prescribes you this medicine, which would help him to customize your medication accordingly to avoide most possible side effects. The drugs which interact with safi syrup includes;
Safi syrup – contraindications
Hypersensitivity to safi syrup or its ingredients is a contraindication. In addition, safi syrup should not be used if you have the following ailments:
- History of hypersensitivity
- Large doses
- Organ transplant
- Infertility problems
- Breast feeding
Ms. Nikita Saraswat graduated as a gold medalist in B. Pharma from Uttar Pradesh Technical University in 2012. Subsequently, she has earned a Master in Pharmacology from Council of Scientific Research – Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, Lucknow (CSIR-IITR). She currently serves as an Assistant Professor as well as pursuing a Ph.D. in Pharmacology. Nikita is also a passionate author who loves to keep herself updated with the latest advances in medicine and health. She regularly publishes her writings on medicine at HealthClues and has also published various research papers and healthcare books in reputed publications including the Bentham Science Journal, UGC and Clarivate Analytics indexed journals.
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