Maximilk

Specifications
Company:
Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
Generic:Fennel Fenugreek Cumin Aniseed Cumin & Dill Powder
price:450tk bd

Indication:
It is indicated for increased breast milk production in lactating mothers.

Dosage & Administration:
1 capsule 3 times daily after meal or as directed by a physician.

Preparation:
MaximilkTM Capsule: Each box contains 30 capsules in an Alu-Alu blister pack.

Indications

This capsule is indicated for increased breast milk production in lactating mothers.

Composition

Each capsule contains-

  • Fennel extract 83.33 mg
  • Fenugreek extract 83.33 mg
  • Cumin powder 83.33 mg
  • Cumin extract 83.33 mg
  • Dill Powder 16.67 mg
  • Aniseed extract 16.67 mg

Pharmacology

Fenugreek extract stimulates the body’s prolactin production so that breast milk production is stimulated. Fennel extract supports milk production and helps against flatulence in babies. Cumin contains active ingredients such as carvone and terpenes, which can stimulate your milk flow. Dill powder can reduce the risk of infant- motion of the mammary glands. Aniseed extract promotes the stimulation of milk production. Combination of these natural herbs results in increased milk production in breastfeeding mothers.

Fenugreek is in the same family as peanuts and chickpeas and may cause an allergic reaction in moms who are allergic to these things. Fenugreek reduces blood glucose levels and also reduces blood cholesterol. Dosages higher than the recommended one may result in hypoglycemia in some mothers. So mothers who are diabetic should use fenugreek only the individuals have good control of their blood glucose levels. Mothers with hypoglycemia should also use fenugreek with caution.

Dosage & Administration

1 capsule 3 times daily after meal or as directed by a physician.

Interaction

Glipizide and other antidiabetic drugs: Fenugreek reduces blood glucose levels and may enhance the effects of these drugs.

Insulin: Fenugreek reduces blood glucose levels, so insulin dosage may need to be adjusted.

Heparin, Warfarin-like anticoagulants, Ticlopidine, and other platelet inhibitors: Fenugreek plant potentially could cause bleeding if combined with these types of drugs.

Contraindications

Hypersensitivity to the active substance or any of the excipients.

Side Effects

Common side effects include nausea, vomiting, gas, diarrhea, urine smells like maple syrup, etc.

Pregnancy & Lactation

Ingredients used in the capsule can induce unintentional labor. So it should not be used in pregnant mothers.

Therapeutic Class

Herbal and Nutraceuticals

Storage Conditions

Store at a cool & dry place below 25°C temperature away from direct sunlight & moisture. Keep the medicine out of the reach of children.

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