Tablet. Amlant: Ingredients, Indications, Dosages, Benefits, Contraindication, Presentation


  • Antacid



  1. Zingiber officinale (Sunthi)
  2. Piper nigrum (Kali Marich)
  3. Piper longum (Pippali)
  4. Terminalia chebula (Haritaki)
  5. Terminalia bellirica (Vibhitak)
  6. Cyperus rotundus (Mustak)
  7. Cinnamomum tamala (Tejpatra)
  8. Elettaria cardamomum (Ela)
  9. Embelia ribes (Vidanga)
  10. Emblica officinalis (Amalaki)
  11. Syogium aromaticum (Lavanga)
  12. Ipomoea turpethum (Nisodh)
  13. Glycyrrhiza glabra (Yasthimadhu)
  14. Sheetal Parpati
  15. Mishri (Palm Candy)


Lt is an extremely supreme quality antacid, useful in the following cases.
  • Hyperacidity.
  • APD (Acid Peptic Disorder).
  • Burning Chest.
  • Peptic Ulcer Syndrome.
  • Duodenal Ulcer.
  • It can be given in acidic irritation.
  • Useful in the cases where people feels Burning sensation after passing stool.
  • It can be given with NSIDS to protect gastric mucosa.


  • 1-2 tab twice daily after meal.
  • Works great when consumed with Syp. Shankhapusp
  • Shows great result when given with combination of Syp. Ojus (Charak Pharma)


  • Almost zero side effects.
  • Good for long term use.
  • No associated complications.
  • Costs very less and having wonderful result. 


  • No known contraindication but stop if any complication arises after use.


  • Comes in tablet form in 10 x 6 boxes.
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