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Cough & cold
Inflammation of Respiratory
Digestive health
Baby & child

Women’s Health
Men’s Health

Memory support

Cough & cold
Inflammation of Respiratory

Zingsvish are formulated as per the industry parameters using pure quality ingredients and latest technology . Zingavish syrup is natural expectorant for cough and cold. This syrup is good for both productive and non- productive coughs. without side effect .This cough syrup provides relief from inflammatory catarrhal conditions, bronchitis and etc… Notable point in This syrup is enriched with vitamin C and honey for better efficacy. Improves breathing and helps to maintain a healthy respiratory system. This high-quality, and non-sedative product contains a balanced blend of carefully selected herbs.

 Helps in the treatment of Cough, Cold
 Expectorants
 Anti- inflammation respiratory system.
 Dry cough
 Respiratory system disorder

Ingredients of the Formula: (Syrup 120 ml)

• Thymus vulgaris
• Zingiber officinalis
• Hedera helix
• Althaea officinalis
• Vitamin C with honey

Age : 3-5 use 2.5 ml (tsp) every eight hours
Age : 5-12 use 5 ml (tsp) every eight hours
Adults : 10ml one spoon every eight hours

Warnings :
 Thymus is contraindicated in pregnant women, unless taken under doctor’s supervision
 Do not use heparin drugs and anticoagulant
 People with heart problems and gastrointestinal use under medical supervision

Digestive health
ZINLIN Laxative Syrup
This syrup produced to helps accelerate intestinal transit and, in the same time, it is a good antispasmodic. Natural Laxative is an all-natural herbal formula that works gently overnight for occasional constipation. This syrup is processed from the premium quality ingredient, This blend of 100% organic herbs works together to both revitalize and soothe your digestive system.

 Resolving chronic constipation and non-obstructive , hemorrhoid & colitis

Ingredients of the Formula: (Syrup 120 ml)

• Ficus carica
• Zingiber officinal
• Mentha piperita
• Cassia angustifolia
• Caryophillium aromaticus
Age : 1-3 use half of (tsp) daily
Age : 3-6 use 0.5 -1 of (tsp) daily
Age : 6-15 use 1.5 – ۳ (tsp) daily
Adults : 1- 2 spoon daily

Warnings :
 Recommended medication before bed Given that 4-6 hours after taking the medication effects appear to be dose
 Consumed with Lots of water
 Laxatives can be used with blood thinners such as warfarin (Coumadin), lowering of blood potassium, such as thiazide and some heart medications interfere.
Booster liver
We are leading Manufacturer of Fatty Liver Herbal Medicine. . Liver helps in digestion and removal of worn out blood cells and waste material from the blood. Exposure to toxins and alcohol increase the risk of liver diseases like hepatitis A, hepatitis B and hepatitis C, cirrhosis, Jaundice, liver enlargement etc… BoosterLiver is a combination of known and effective herbs for treating damaged liver and for boosting liver function.

 Helps to increase the liver function in people suffering from viral hepatitis, fatty liver disease and cirrhosis and prevent cirrhosis of the liver and helps to treat chronic hepatitis B infection.
 Enhances secretion of antioxidant enzymes and protects the liver from free radicals and toxins.
 Helps to reduce fat accumulation in the liver.
 Acts as a liver tonic for boosting liver function.

Ingredients of the Formula: (500 mg capsules)

• Silybum marianum
• Cynara scolymus
• Curcuma longa

Each time one capsule three times a day should be used.

Warnings :
 No interaction with other drugs have been reported.
 In pregnant women, lactating mothers and children under 12 years with the doctor and with caution.
 Turmeric due to simultaneous use of the drug from the blood anticoagulant, anti-platelet adhesion, low molecular weight heparin blood-thinning medicines be refused

Baby & child
We hold all the aces in formulating the best-in-class Herbal Appetizer Syrup. This syrup is precisely formulated by making use of supreme quality herbs. Formulated through effective and approved methodologies, this syrup is remarkably increases appetite, relieves indigestion and check digestive function. Zingaman herbal syrup appetiser is a very unique & rare formulation of its kind it is highly effective in case of loss appetite it regularise the digestion.
• Non-alcoholic
• Non-toxicity
• No side effects

 Increase energy levels and calories needed for metabolism
 Stimulate appetite and weight gain in children
 Nutritional supplements and child development

Ingredients of the Formula: (Syrup 120 ml)

• Robinia pseudoacacia
• Spirulina
• Zingiber officinal
• Curcuma longa
• Cichorium intybus
• Trigonella foenum-graecum
• Nasturtium Officinale

Age 1-4 (5ml) two times a day
Age 5-12 (7.5ml) two times a day
Adults (15ml) two times a day

Warnings :
 If you have surgery, two weeks before surgery stop taking the drug.
 Those who have gallstone disease, bile duct blockage and the large gastric acid secretion Bashtd refrain from using drugs.
 Do not use Concomitant of these drugs such : anti-clotting, anti-platelet adhesion, dissolving blood clots, low molecular weight heparin, drugs interrupt the menu oxidase enzyme and hormone

According to physicians the disorder of the stomach is the mother of diseases. The human health depends on the proper functioning of the stomach. If it functions well, food will be properly digested and assimilated into the body, the production of blood will be increased, there will be no physical weakness and one will enjoy good health. When food is not properly digested due to disorder of the stomach, it causes many diseases such as flatulence, stomach-ache, hiccups, nausea, vomiting, retching, indigestion, burning sensation in hands, feet and chest, hyper acidity, swelling in stomach, loss of appetite, anemia, paleness of face etc. SEGA GRIP Syrup is a complete and balanced medicine for the treatment of flatulence. It is palatable compound syrup made of medicinal herbs. People can repose complete trust in it. This Syrup, only those medicinal herbs were chosen which could yield the desired effects instantly, give strength to the digestive system for kids and babies, improve the systems of stomach,.

 SEGA GRIP is an effective herbal compound for flatulence and gastric trouble

Ingredients of the Formula: (Syrup 200 ml)
• Zingiber officinal
• Foeniculum vulgare
Warnings :

Women’s Health
The most common symptom that signals the beginning of menopause is irregular menstrual cycles that are often heavier or lighter than before. Other menopause symptoms to look out for are night sweats, hot flashes, vaginal dryness, fatigue, occasional sleeplessness, weight fluctuations, short-term memory issues, itchy skin, and mood swings. These bothersome symptoms can last from 5-10 years and can affect your career, your home responsibilities and most importantly, your relationships. Natural Transitions is all natural and highly effective. Our Herbal Menopause Supplement has Been Carefully Selected for its Role in Supporting Balance and Well-Being During Your Time of Change

 Improve the symptoms of menopause and hot flashes .
 treatment of menstrual disorders and menstrual disturbances.
 pain of premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
 Regulator levels of estrogen and progesterone

Ingredients of the Formula: (30 capsules)
• Vitex agnus – castus
• Trifolium pratense
• Cimicifuga racemosa
• Dioscorea villosa

Take one capsule three times a day or as directed by a practitioner.

Warnings :
 Do not take if pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not use in individuals with known or suspected sensitivity to the listed ingredients.
Men’s Health
Zingalife capsules are unique blend of ingredients is the freshest and finest available. This precise mixture of herbs forms A powerfully effective combination, ideally formulated to stimulate sexual activity, help to maintain a firm erection And aid in the increase of sexual pleasure.

Improve sexual problems, sexual impotence (erectile dysfunction),
Impotence and lack of sperm, weak health and adynamia
Increased physical strength and strengthens the immune system,
Relieve problems caused by the inability and lack of sexual desire,
Increase fertility and sexual potential, cope with depression and stress

Ingredients of the Formula:( )
Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Servings Per Container: 60
Amount Per Serving
Panax ginseng 25mg
Ginkgo biloba 25mg
Tribulus terrestris 100mg
Lepidium meyenii 50mg
Withania somnifera 50mg
Epimedium Sagitattum 120mg
Ptychopetalum olacoides 50mg
Urtica dioica 50mg
Yohimbine 150mg
Niacin 40mg
L- Arginine HCL 150mg
Zn 20mg
Vitamin E 50IU

Warnings :
Weight loss & fat burning
Slimming Capsule diet by natural plant is the most popular slimming method around the globe The ingredients of GREEN LESS Evolution Slimming Capsule could adjust body’s function comprehensively in full aspects through their functions of invigorating, lowing-down blood fat, removing dampness by diuresis, invigorating the circulation of blood and absorbing clots. No necessity to go on a diet, and no rebounding when taking these Slimming Capsule.this herbal medicine helps to burn off excess body fat effectively in areas such as arms, stomach, legs and waist and Natural extracts known to help increase fat loss and help you lose weight.
and will not make you feel jittery or speedy, no unwanted side effects and Source of antioxidants.


Weight loss & fat burning diet supplement specialized in the treatment of obesity, including the flank and abdomen, antioxidants and low glucose absorption in the intestine.

Ingredients of the Formula : ( 60 capsules)

• Green tea extract 200 mg
• Green cofee extract 200 mg

Twice a day, each time a capsule taken with plenty of lukewarm water.

Warnings :
 Do not use of anticoagulant drugs (such as warfarin, aspirin)

There are some useful natural herbs which can be used for losing weight. These herbs are devoid of any side effects unlike its synthetic counterparts and may prove to be beneficial in many other ways apart from weight loss. TAN LESS herbal supplements are a great way to control your weight using pure herbal extracts. Sourced from some of the best herb that rely on . supports your body’s natural detoxification process.These effective Ingredients supports your body’s natural detoxification process. All these useful extracts are produced with a proprietary process and is intended to provide nutritive support for joint health.

fat burning, weight loss supplements, including the flank and abdominal obesity, lipid lowering

Ingredients of the Formula : ( 60 capsules)

• Apium graveolens
• Carum carvil
• Camelia sinensis Thea sinensis
• Carum copticum

۲ times a day, each time one capsule before each meal (if you have digestive problems after meals.

Warnings :
 Children below 12 years due to lack of adequate trials is contraindicated.
 Do not use the drug during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
 There is no interaction with other drugs.

Memory support
The formula includes a standardized extract of Ginkgo Biloba, one which has been clinically tested for safety and effectiveness. ANTI FORGET Memory Support from Ginkgo Biloba is recommended to people who desire to maintain the peripheral circulation. Ginkgo has been the topic of extensive research regarding potential brain enhancement properties. It has been shown to improve peripheral circulation, including brain blood circulation, hence it increases oxygen and nutrient supply to the central nervous system. Another mechanism of action is through protecting brain cells from free radicals damage which can cause oxidative stress.

Supporting brain health and mental alertness.
Easing the pain as a result of clogged arteries within the legs.
Alleviating mood swings and fatigue.
Supporting circulatory health and healthy Vision.

Ingredients of the Formula : (30capsules)

Ginkgo Biloba extract as a single ingredient in a product designed to promote improved memory and concentration.


Warnings :


VITA TIMAN syrup Multivitamin Minerals and Herbal are combination of essential nutrients which help in maintaining general well-being, especially healthy skin, hair and bones. The provided syrup are processed in vendor’s well equipped laboratories and then packed in chemically safe bottles. Our syrup are effective in replenishing the body’s nutritional resource and are used to stay in good health. This syrup a combination of various vitamins found in foods and other natural sources. In addition to this, these are also used to treat vitamin deficiencies caused by illness, digestive disorders, poor nutrition, many other conditions. What is striking is that this syrup has plant origin .


• Essential micronutrients, including antioxidant Vitamins A (as beta-carotene), C and E.
• Includes folic acid, calcium and iron.
• Antioxidant Vitamin (C, E and beta carotene) supports your immune system.
Ingredients of the Formula (Syrup 240ml)
Before the age of 5 years: 1 teaspoon 2 times a day after meals
After the age of 5 years: 2 teaspoons 2 times a day after meals
Better use of 1 to 2 months will continue

Warnings :
 Avoid overuse of natural medicine.
People with liver problems and kidney refrain from consumption of this product.

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