Syrup. Cinkara : Ingredients, Indication, Side Effects, Contraindications


  • Hamdard Laboratories (India)


  • General Tonic


  1. Vitamin A Palmitate
  2. Vitamin B1
  3. Vitamin B2
  4. Vitamin C
  5. Vitamin D3
  6. Niacinamide
  7. Calcium Lactate
  8. Sodium Ascorbate
  9. Cardamom Fruit (Small Elachi)
  10. Clove (Laung)
  11. Coriander (Dhania)
  12. Cinnamon (Kalmi Dal Chini)
  13. Cinnamon um Cassia (Darchini)
  14. Rosa Damascena (Gulab Flower)
  15. Dride Orange Peel
  16. Jatamansi (Balchhar)
  17. Anisun (Aniseed)
  18. Oil of Cassia
  19. Santam albam
  20. Orange Oil Sweet


  1. When you are doing strenuous exercises than you need to take Cinkara.
  2. When you are rundown and debilitated condition than you should take Cinkara.
  3. Cinkara. is benificial in elemental deficiency.
  4. Cinkara is helpful in vitamin deficiency.
  5. Cinkara is used as Convalescence.
  6. Cinkara acts great in lack of appetite.
  7. Cinkara is used in resistance to infection cases.
  8. Cinkara can be given in pregnancy.
  9. Cinkara is great for children having slow growth rate.
  10. Cinkara is indicated for the cases of loss of weight
  11. In mild malnutrition Cinkara can be great tonic.
  12. Cinkara is helpful in vitamin deficiency due to antibiotics.
  13. Cinkara is useful in stress and insomnia.


  • Two divided dosages of 30 ml each or as directed by the physician.
  • It should be taken immediately after or before principal meal.


  • No known contraindications.
  • Avoid in diabetes.

Side Effects:

  • No side effects reported yet.

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