FAQ’s

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Will consuming SIDDHAPARI SYRUP on a regular basis keep me healthy?

Ans: Research over the years has shown that its positive effects can be obtained by dietary consumption, even at low levels over a long period of time. SIDDHAPARI possesses antibacterial, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, anticancer, antioxidant, antiseptic, cardioprotective, immune booster, hepatoprotective, nephroprotective, radioprotective, cell rejuvenating, and digestion enhancing qualities. All of these features ensure that the product helps in increasing the immunity in the body.

Q: Are Marma Ayurveda certified?

Ans: Yes, all our products are certified and tested for heavy metals in compliance with international safety standards.

Q: Are there any unintended consequences? Is it safe to drink this while taking other medications?

Ans: These capsules are completely safe to take alongside any other medication and have no known negative effects. These are suitable for everyone over the age of 15, male or female. All Ayurvedic products should be consumed according to the instructions for use or on the advice of a physician.

Q: Can I take ayurvedic medicine along with my allopathic medicines?

Ans: While Ayurvedic medicines are generally safe and free of side effects, combining them with some allopathic medications may result in an unpleasant response. As a result, before combining Allopathic and Ayurvedic medication, you should visit your doctor.
When speaking with your doctor, be open about whether allopathic or Ayurvedic medications you are using. This will assist the doctor in prescribing you medication that will avoid any drug interactions.

Q: Are there any side effects of Ayurvedic products?

Ans: Ayurvedic medications are well-known for having no negative side effects. You must, however, stick to the specified dose. Also, keep in mind that overdosing on Ayurvedic medications will not hasten the health advantages you want.

Q: Are ayurvedic medicines only used for chronic illnesses?

Ans: A huge number of people seek treatment for their ailments through allopathy. They resort to Ayurveda when the findings are unfavourable. By this point, the illness has progressed to the stage of chronicity. As a result, there is a widespread belief that Ayurvedic medicines cannot be used to treat mild diseases such as a cold, cough, fever, acidity, loose movements, and various aches and pains.

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