Clomin-En Drops

Clomin-En Drops is the medicine manufactured with the combination of Alpha-amylase IP (Bacterial 1:800), Papain IP, Anise oil BP, Caraway oil BP, and Dill oil BP.

Alpha-Amylase Ip

Alpha Amylase is an enzyme that aids in the breakdown of starch to maltose. Alpha-amylase hydrolyzes bonds between the glucose repeats. It is the most important form of amylase found in humans and other mammals. It is also found in seeds containing starch as food reserve, and also secreted by many fungi.

Medical uses of Alpha-Amylase

  • Alpha amylase is commonly used in the food industry and in laundry detergents.
  • Alpha-amylase is used in ethanol production to break starches in grains into fermentable sugars.
  • Papain Ip

    Papain, also known as papaya proteinase I; it is a cysteine protease enzyme found in papaya (Carica papaya) and also in mountain papaya (Vasconcellea cundinamarcensis).

    Production of Papain

    Papain is generally produced as a crude, dried material by collecting the latex from the the papaya fruit. Later on, the latex has been dried and now it is classified as a dried, crude material. Above all, a purification step is essential to remove contaminating substances. This purification consists of the solubilisation and extraction of the active papain enzyme system by the government-registered process.

    Medical uses of Papain

  • Papain is usually used in cell isolation procedures where it has proven more proficient and less disparaging than other proteases on certain tissues.
  • Papain is used in red cell serology to adjust the red cell surface to improve or demolish the reactivity of many red cell antigens as an adjunct to grouping, antibody screening, or antibody identification procedures.
  • Papain has also been used in the enzymatic synthesis of amino acids, peptides, and other molecules.
  • Papain is used as an ingredient in some toothpastes or mints as teeth-whitener.
  • Papain is used to dissociate cells in the first step of cell culture preparations.
  • Anise Oil Bp

    Ainse oil is used as medicine for various sorts problem.

    Production of Anise Oil

    Ainse Oil is generally produced from Pimpinella anisum, also called aniseed; it is a herbaceous annual flowering plant in the family of Apiaceae found it the eastern Mediterranean region and Southwest Asia.

    Medical uses of Anise Oil

    Anise oil is generally used in treatment of:

  • Bronchitis
  • Coughs
  • Colds
  • Flatulence
  • Muscle pain
  • Flu
  • Rheumatism
  • Congestion
  • Asthma and Breathing Difficulties
  • Anise Oil is also used as an antiseptic after mixing with oil of Peppermint or Gaultheria (Wintergreen) to flavour aromatic liquids.

    Cautions of Anise Oil

  • Do not use Anise Oil during pregnancy.
  • If you have hypersensitive skin or skin problems then take precaution while using anise oil.
  • Avoid anise oil in endometriosis and estrogen-dependent cancers.
  • Caraway Oil Bp

    Caraway oil is extracted from Carum carvi of the Umbelliferae family and helps to relieve mental strain and emotional fatigue.

    Production of Caraway Oil

    Caraway oil is manufactured by steam distillation from the dried ripe seeds and yields.

    Medical uses of Caraway Oil

  • Caraway oil is used to calm the nerves and soothes mental fatigue, while settling the stomach, nervous digestion, colic, flatulence and gastric spasms.
  • It is used for the treatment of bronchitis, bronchial asthma, and coughs. It is also helpful in cases of sore throats and laryngitis and beneficial to the urinary system, helping to flush toxins out.
  • It is used by women to increase milk and it is also helpful in relieving from period pains.
  • It is an effectual tissue regenerator and useful for fighting oily skin while dispersing bruises, reducing boils and cleaning infected wounds.
  • It relieves itching skin and helps to treat acne as well as scalp problems.
  • Cautions of Caraway Oil

    Though, Caraway Oil is non-toxic and non-sensitizing; however, if it is used in greater quantity then it may cause skin irritation.

    Dill Oil Bp

    Dill oil is vital oil extracted from the seeds or leaves/stems of the Dill plant.

    Chemical composition of Dill Oil

    The major chemical components of dill oil are d-carvone, eugenol, dillapiol, dhc, terpinene, limonene, and myristicin.

    Physical Properties of Dill Oil

    Dill oil has a grass-like smell and is pale yellow in color with a watery viscosity.

    Production of Dill Oil

    Originally found in Southwest Asia, Dill is an annual or biennial herb which grows about one meter. The Dill plant has green feathery leaves and its flowers are in yellow color facilitated with tiny compressed seeds.

    Medical uses of Dill Oil

    Dill Oil has the following medical uses:

  • Gripe water is often made of Dill Oil
  • Dill oil used to overcome the feeling of being overwhelmed
  • It is used for digestive problems in adults (e.g. constipation, easing flatulence, and hiccups)
  • To eases the mind
  • Also used for the treatment of headaches
  • It can also stimulate milk flow in nursing mothers
  • Dill essential oil can be used in vapor therapy for nervous tension
  • When mix in a cream/ lotion, it can have a very influential effect on the healing of wounds
  • Caution of Dill Oil

    Though, Dill oil is considered as non-toxic, non-sensitizing, and non-irritant but it should be avoided during pregnancy.