Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Knee pain,Osteoporosis. Answers given by Vd. Rajal Shukla

CALSAMTABLET, ARJUNA(Tarminelia arjuna)

Hi dear all....

Thanks to give me some tips and suggestions regarding blog.in this blog I am writing about an action of Bark of Arjuna.read and reply on Face book or dr_rajal@samyakherbal.com or fill feedback form in www.samyakherbal.com. once again Thank you....

Bark of Arjuna tree is very good natural source of calcium and has been found to be rich in Co-enzyme Q-10 which is highly prescribed in cardiology departments now a days to prevent heart problems. High amounts of Co-enzyme Q-10 prevents incident of heart attacks. It also has a tonic effect in cases of cirrhosis of the liver. It induces a drug-dependent decrease in blood pressure and heart rate. It has been reported to possess protective cardiovascular and hypolipidemic properties. It helps to strengthen the heart muscle , in controlling the blood pressure to normal levels,helps to remove the blockages in cardiac vessels. It is very good in angina patients.

Wednesday, August 1, 2012


Hi, all my Friends and viewers thanks a lot for sharing your view for blog. As per your requirement ,first of all  I share all ingredients of CALSAM TABLET and than I will write an action of each one fine ?


Parts Used
Praval pishti
Ext. Arjuna(Terminalia arjuna)
Ext. Methica(Trigonella foenumgraecum)
Medasak(Litsea glutinosa)
Vajravalli(Cissus quadrangularis)

In pervious blog I wrote lots of  use of Godanti and Pravalpishti in osteporosis and other diseases of bones.
In this blog I will write an action of  Methica (Trigonella foenumgraecum) seeds and Medasak.(Litsea glutinosa)

Methica (Trigonella foenumgraecum) 

 As per modern science,
Methika  seeds contain minerals ,which include calcium, phosphorous ,iron, sodium and potassium. so useful in osteoporotic changes in menopause .It is nervine tonic  in neuralgic pain.


As per Ayurveda,
Medasak is analgesic and anodyne so useful in sciatica, nervine and neuralgesic disorders and convulsions, gout, backache, rheumatic disorders and other vataj Disorders.

Tuesday, July 31, 2012


Hi my nearer  and dearer Friends
All of you know that this month I launched CALSAM TABLET in Market under the name of my company Samyak Herbal Health Care. In this blog  I explain benefit of CALSAM TABLET and Action of ingredients(Herbs) of it.
Fight against osteoporosis
·        Provides easily absorbed and usable Calcium
·       Increases bone mass
·       Promotes remineralisation of bones.
·       Inhibits bone resorption and influences  bone formation.
·       Helps  to maintain stronger bones and healthier teeth.
·       Cures weakness of bones
· Provides easily absorbed and usable calcium
· Keeps heart beating regularly, research connection between arrhythmia's and mineral balance
· Helps metabolize body's iron
· Breakdowns heavy metals and drug residues in your body
· Protects body from free radical damage
· Increases muscle and joint mobility
· Combats arthritic conditions and heart disease
In my next blog read about an action of Methica and Medasak (Herbs).

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Osteoporosis, cause of arrhythemia, types of calcium deficiency

Types of calcium deficiency

There are two types of calcium deficiency:
·         Dietary calcium deficiency is a condition in which there is an inadequate calcium intake, which can lead to depleted calcium stores in the bones, thinning and weakening of the bones, and osteporosis,moreover in menapousal condition in women.
·         Hypocalcemia is a low level of calcium in the blood. It can occur from taking medications, such as diuretics; medical treatments; or disease processes, such as renal failure or hypoparathyroidism.
An insufficient amount of calcium in your diet will generally not cause hypocalcemia. This is because normal amounts of calcium in the blood are so critical to many vital body functions of the nerves, muscles, brain and heart, that your body will pull calcium from the bones as needed to maintain normal blood calcium levels. This enables important processes in the body to continue. However, ongoing dietary calcium deficiency can eventually lead to thinning of the bones and  osteoporosis because calcium stores in the bones are not replaced as they are used by the body.
Untreated calcium deficiency can lead to serious complications, such as osteoporosis, high blood pressure and cardiac arrhythemia(An arrhythmia is a disorder of the  pulse or heart rhythm, such as beating too fast (tachycardia), too slow (bradycardia), or irregularly.) Seek regular medical care and follow your treatment plan to reduce the risk of serious complications from calcium deficiency. 

Friday, June 22, 2012

What factors determine bone strength?,menopause in women

What factors determine bone strength?
Bone mass (bone density) is determined by the amount of bone present in the skeletal structure. Generally, the higher the bone density, the stronger the bones. Bone density is greatly influenced by genetic factors, which in turn are sometimes modified by environmental factors and medications. For example, men have a higher bone density than women, and African Americans have a higher bone density than Caucasian or Asian Americans.
Estrogen is important in maintaining bone density in women. When estrogen levels drop after menopause, loss of bone density accelerates. During the first five to 10 years after menopause, women can suffer up to 2%-4% loss of bone density per year! This can result in the loss of up to 25%-30% of their bone density during that time period. The accelerated bone loss after menopause is a major cause of osteoporosis in women, referred to as postmenopausal osteoporosis
Normally, bone density accumulates during childhood and reaches a peak by around age 25. Bone density then is maintained for about 10 years. After age 35, both men and women will normally lose 0.3%-0.5% of their bone density per year as part of the aging process.
I gave  some same text in  my privious blog, In this blog above is the answer of patient's Question

Wednesday, June 20, 2012


Osteoporosis is often considered to be a condition that frail elderly women develop. However, the damage from osteoporosis begins much earlier in life. Because peak bone density is reached at approximately 25 years of age, it is important to build strong bones by that age, so that the bones will remain strong later in life. Adequate calcium intake is an essential part of building strong bone.
 One in two women and one in eight men are predicted to have an osteoporosis-related fracture in their lifetime.
Osteoporosis in the vertebrae can cause serious problems for women. A fracture in this area occurs from day-to-day activities like climbing stairs, lifting objects, or bending forward. Signs of osteoporosis:


  • Sloping shoulders
  • Curve in the back
  • Height loss
  • Back pain After age 35,
Both men and women will normally lose 0.3%-0.5% of their bone density per year as part of the ageing process. Estrogen, a hormone in women is important in maintaining bone density. When estrogen levels drop after menopause, loss of bone density accelerates.

During the first five to 10 years after menopause, women can suffer up to 2%-4% loss of bone density per year! This can result in the loss of up to 25%-30% of their bone density during that time. Accelerated bone loss after menopause is a major cause of osteoporosis in women. Hormone replacement therapy post-menopause prevents this loss, but is of no major help once the window period of six years post-menopause is over.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Learn More About Calcium Deficiency

Learn More About Calcium Deficiency • Osteoporosis Increases Your Risk of a Bone Fracture: Calculate Your Risk • Living With Osteoporosis? Try the Health Bones Diet • Do you also have numbness? Check possible causes. • Simple Steps to Keep Your Bones Strong • Share Your Story. Get Community Support Calcium must be ingested daily and absorbed effectively in order to maintain optimal health. Most people can get enough calcium by eating a variety of foods rich in calcium. Foods that naturally contain calcium include milk and other dairy products; green, leafy vegetables; seafood; nuts; and dried beans. Calcium is also added to orange juice, breakfast cereals, breads, and other fortified food products. High dietary calcium intake is necessary for infants, children and adolescents in order to promote bone growth and formation. Pregnant women also have higher calcium needs, because it is required for the normal development of fetal bones. In addition, women who have reached menopause need to ensure an adequate amount of calcium intake to reduce the risk of osteoporosis.

Saturday, May 26, 2012

Deficiency symptoms of calcium

Deficiency Symptoms of calcium: Because bone stores of calcium can be used to maintain adequate blood calcium levels, short-term dietary deficiency of calcium generally does not result in significantly low blood calcium levels. But, over the long term, dietary deficiency eventually depletes bone stores, rendering the bones weak and prone to fracture. The symptoms of calcium deficiency are: • Bowlegs, Pigeon Breast, and Knock-knees of children • Cramp pains in legs • Delay in sitting up, Crawling and Walking of babies • Heart becomes irregular • Nerves become extremely irritable • Poor sleep disorder • Weakness in the bones

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Sources of Calcium Food Milk, yogurt, and cheese are rich natural sources of calcium and are the major food contributors of this nutrient. Nondairy sources include vegetables, such as Chinese cabbage and broccoli. Spinach provides calcium, but its bioavailability is poor. Most grains do not have high amounts of calcium unless they are fortified; however, they contribute calcium to the diet because they contain small amounts of calcium and people consume them frequently. Foods fortified with calcium include many fruit juices and drinks, tofu, and cereals. Selected food sources of calcium are listed Food Yogurt, plain, low fat Orange juice, calcium-fortified Yogurt, fruit, low fat, Mozzarella, part skim, Sardines, canned in oil, with bones Cheddar cheese Milk, nonfat, Milk, reduced-fat ,Milk, buttermilk,Milk whole Tofu, firm, made with calcium sulfate Salmon, pink, canned, solids with bone Cottage cheese, 1% milk fat Tofu, soft, made with calcium sulfate Instant breakfast drink, various flavors and brands, powder prepared with water Frozen yogurt, vanilla, soft serve Ready-to-eat cereal, calcium-fortified Turnip greens, fresh, boiled Kale, fresh, cooked Kale, raw, chopped Ice cream, vanilla Soy beverage, calcium-fortified Chinese cabbage, bok choi, raw, shredded Bread, whiteBread, whole-wheat , Pudding, chocolate, ready to eat, refrigerated Tortilla, corn, ready-to-bake/fry,Tortilla, flour, ready-to-bake/fry Sour cream, reduced fat, cultured Broccoli, raw Cheese, cream, regular

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

source of calcium

ASTHISRNKHALA (Cissus quadrangularis) It is the medicine used as • Good source of calcium so used in menopause. • Used in bone fracture and dislocation • Increases sperm count. • Increase strength of body (Balya)

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Calcium is so important

Why is Calcium so important? Calcium is needed for good teeth and strong bones and for the proper function of nerves, muscles, kidneys, and the heart. Not having enough calcium in the diet is one of many factors associated with an increased risk of osteoporosis, a disease that speeds up the process of the natural loss of calcium in the bones. This causes the bones to become weak and fragile, leading to loss of height, curved spines, and bone fractures, especially in women. In recent years, the recommended amount of calcium has been increased from 800 mg to 1000 to 1200 mg per day. Dairy products are the most common source of calcium for people in western industrialized countries. But, as you know, most of the dairy products most commonly eaten are very high in saturated fat and cholesterol, as well as calories! This is not a good trade-off - increasing your risk of heart disease and weight gain by eating dairy products high in saturated fat, cholesterol, and calories in order to decrease your risk or osteoporosis by getting the calcium they contain! keep your bones healthy the remainder of your life by doing a few simple things: • Eat enough calcium from low fat sources, or supplement • Strengthen your bones through regular exercise • Avoid unhealthy, low calorie diet plans • If you are a post-menopausal woman, discuss estrogen replacement with your doctor • Avoid smoking, and if you do smoke, quit! People who constantly diet throughout their lives are at greater risk for osteoporosis because they often do not get enough calcium (or other nutrients) because of low calorie intake. So, maintaining healthy bones is another good reason to lose weight the right way: through a balanced, low fat diet plan and regular physical activity.