Introduction to StoWell


A Kidney stone is a hard crystal mass that develops from crystals or small particles and builds-up inside the kidney. Stones may appear in any part of the urinary system.

StoWell helps in flushing out urinary stones within short period of treatment. It also prevents recurrence of stone formation in a majority of cases and helps avoid surgery. StoWell has a mucolytic action together with some diuretic and spasmolytic action. It has an effect on crystalloid colloid balance and distintegrating action on much in the calculi. It helps prevent formation of stones in gall bladder and pancreas.

Major ingredients of StoWell :

Safed Jeera (Cumimum cyminum) :

Apart from having the marked digestive and carminative effects, jeera is also a wind repellent, anti-colic and intestinal absorbent agent & helps treat urinary stasis, prevents stone formation. Of the vast range of its effects on human body, jeera acts as an anti-obesity, anti-inflammatory, blood purifier, diuretic, glactogauge (that enhances milk engendering during lactation) and uterine stimulant medicine. Some ancient texts described it as “katu paushtic”, meaning a bitter tonic. It is given in conditions where a patient complains of the anorexia, nausea, indigestion, distension of the abdomen, colic pains, piles and intestinal worms.

Some Active ingredients in StoWell:
Safed Jeera (Cumimum cyminum), Kababchini (Piper cubeba), Safed chandan (Santalum album), Moolikshar (Raphanus sativus), Bara Elachii (Amomum subulatum), Gokhru (Tribulus terrestris), Pashan bhed (Bergenia liqualata), Hazrulyhud Bhasma, Sagoon beej (Tectona grandis), Barun chal (crataeva nurvala), Apamarg (Achyranthes aspera), Sudh Shilajeet, Manjistha (Rubia cordifolia), Nagarmotha (Cyperus rotundus), Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum), Punarnava (Boerhaavia diffusa) 

Chandan (Santalum album):

When Sandalwood is used for urinary problems, it is usually given in combination with other drugs that flush out or disinfect the urinary system.
Actions : Antiphlogistic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, expectorant, astringent, bactericidal (aureus pyogenes), and carminative properties have found use with a number of digestive and genito-urinary problems.
It is used for purifying for bladder infections, cystitis, kidney or bladder inflammation or congestion, pelvic and prostrate congestion.
In Asian medicine Sandalwood is also used for abdominal pain, burning sensation, difficulty in swallowing, stomach pain, headache, abnormal thirst, and vomiting. Folk uses include treatment of heat and sunstroke, gonorrhea, and excessive sex drive.

Kababchini (Piper cubeba) : 

It has a local stimulating effect on the mucous membranes of the urinary and respiratory tracts. This herb has been shown to be effective in easing the symptoms of chronic bronchitis. It is also used for digestive ailments and is effective in treating dysentery. The herb has often been associated with the reproductive system and has been used to treat cystitis, leucorrhea, urethritis and prostate infections.

Gokshura (Tribulus terrestris):
Action: Diuretic, analgesic, aphrodisiac, lithotriptic, nervine, rejuvenative, tonic
This herb is used in the treatment of urinary disorders and impotence, Kidney diseases and gravel, diseases of the genito-urinary system, calculus affections, gout etc. It is also useful for uterine disorders, diseases of the heart, and many other conditions.
Ayurveda practitioners consider this herb to be very valuable in improving vitality. It revitalizes the emaciated human system. It strengthens the postpartum woman.

Barun chal (Crataeva nurvala) :

It helps reduce or suppres urinary calculi (stones) and dissolves those already present. It is beneficial in reducing deposition of stone-forming constituents in the kidney and Gall-bladder. Varun stimulates liver for proper functioning. It is also used in worm infestation. It is vata kapha suppressant.

Shilajeet (Mineral Pitch, Asphaltum):
Shilajeet is a compact mass of bituminous substance ejected from crevices of rocks in the lower Himalayas, and Nepal, during hot weather.

Action: Diuretic, alterative, anodyne, antiphlogistic, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, cholagogue, disinfectant, expectorant, intestinal antiseptic, mildly laxative, lithotriptic, parasiticide, rejuvenative, respiratory stimulant, and tonic.

Shilajit is an effective tonic for anemia, general debility and urinary problems. It is used as an antiseptic in parasitic diseases of the skin; a paste is locally applied to relieve rheumatic pain in joints, and in paralysis.


  • Helps flush out urinary stones
  • Helps prevent recurrence of stone formation..
  • Helps prevent formation of stones in gall bladder and pancreas..
  • Not habit forming.
  • Safe and natural ingredients


2-3 tablets daily after dinner or as directed by the physician.