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S. No. Products Quantity
1 Manjishtha Capsules 1 Bottle (60 Capsules)
2 Green Essentials 1 Bottle (60 Capsules)
3 Navkarshik Churna 1 Bottle (200gm)
4 Gandhak Rasayan 1 Bottle (120 Tablets)
5 Kaishore Guggul 1 Bottle (120 Tablets)
6 Jatyadi Oil 2 Bottles (100ml each)
7 Neem Oil 2 Bottles (100ml each)
8 Royal Honey Shower Gel 1 Bottle (250ml)

About Fish Odor Syndrome (Trimethylaminuria)

Trimethylaminuria (TMAU) is a rare genetic metabolic disorder that occurs when the body of a person is unable to break down trimethylaminuria which is a nitrogen containing compound. Fish Odor Syndrome is characterized by an offensive body odor that smells like rot fish, feaces or garbage. This is also known by other names like State fish syndrome, TMAU and TMAuria. This odor is due to the excessive secretion of a protein called tri-ethylamine (TMA) in the urine, sweat, and breath and reproductive fluids, producing a strong fish-like odor which varies in intensity over time.

TMAU, also known as fish malodor syndrome which is caused by defects in a protein called flavin-containing monooxygenase 3 (FMO3). The FMO3 protein’s functions mainly to break down nitrogen-containing compounds. This enzyme produced by the liver.

TMA is consumed by diet and is it is broken down through a process called N-oxygenation.

The main symptom of fish odor is mostly present from birth. Prevalence of Fish Odor Syndrome is more likely to affect women than men, because female sex hormones like progesterone and estrogen aggravates the odor-related symptoms with this disorder. Trimethylaminuria (Fish Odor Syndrome) is a rare genetic condition with unknown causes.

Symptoms of Fish Odor Syndrome

  • Symptoms of trimethylaminuria (TMAU) include offensive body odor, high blood pressure and increased heartbeat.
  • People who suffers with Fish odor syndrome can sometimes be seen in premature infants as well as in some women at the time of menstruation. In some people it is characterized by constant fishy odor.
  • Factors such as sweating, stress, excessive exercise may also worsen the odor.

Causes of Fish Odor Syndrome

Fish Odor Syndrome is caused by mutations in an enzyme called flavin-containing monooxygenase 3 (FMO3). This FMO3 gene responsible for the production of the enzyme by the liver.

Therefore the faulty FMO3 gene is the main cause of Fish Odor Syndrome. There are some other causes:

  • Poor hygiene.
  • Liver disease or Kidney disease with underactive FMO3 enzyme.
  • Excess proteins in the diet.
  • Increase in bacteria in GI tract which lead to trimethylamine production.
  • Gingivitis
  • Cases of blood-borne halitosis.
  • Heredity: If the parents have trimethylaminuria, then children will be carriers of the faulty gene. In addition, Stress and diet play important role in the existence of Fish Odor Syndrome.

Diagnosis of Fish Odor Syndrome

  • Genetic testing
  • Tests for trimethylamine (TMA) content
  • TMA challenge test

Herbal Remedies for Fish Odor Syndrome by Planet Ayurveda

Planet Ayurveda, renowned herbal products manufacturing company offers Fish Odor Pack for natural treatment of fish odor syndrome. This pack contain 8 herbal remedies that are very useful for Fish Odor Syndrome. These products are prepared from 100% pure and natural herbs.

1. Manjistha Capsules

Manjistha (Rubia cordifolia std. ext.) is an herb used by Ayurvedic practitioners for detoxification or used as a blood purifier. It is consider as pitta calming herb i.e. anti- toxic as well as anti-poisonous herb. Its extract is also used for many skin diseases. It is used in the skin wounds, diseases etc. where pitta is involved.

Dose: 1 capsule twice daily with warm water.

2. Green Essentials

Green essentials capsules are very unique product manufactured by Planet Ayurveda. It helps to maintain overall health and supports healthy immune system. It is 100% natural product and Pure Vegetarian Formula. It nourishes the cells and fight against various diseases. It is quite effective for the Fish Odor Syndrome patients.

Dose: 1 capsule twice daily with warm water.

3. Navkarshik Churna

Navkarshik Churna is one of the good herbal remedy for Fish Odor Disease. It contains Triphala which removes toxins (Ama) from the body. Neem, Amla, Manjistha purifies the blood and balance Pitta in the body. It acts as an anti-inflammatory herb.

The herbs present in this Churna act together in a synergistic manner.

Dose: 1 teaspoonful twice daily with warm water.

4. Gandhak Rasayan

Gandhak Rasayan helps to support a healthy skin and maintains the female reproductive system. It is 100% natural product which is formulated by our MD Ayurveda experts. It is an Ayurvedic medicine used for nourishment and improves digestion strength and reduce itching skin diseases and other toxic conditions.

Dose: 2 tablets twice daily with warm water.

5. Kaishore Guggul

Kaishore guggul is a very famous Ayurvedic medicine that acts as a natural blood cleanser, aging and helps to support the health of all body organs and maintain healthy skin and pancreas.

Dose: 2 tablets twice daily with warm water.

6. Neem Oil

It is for the external application, mix neem oil with jatyadhi oil and apply on the affected skin. Jatayadi oil is an Ayurvedic medicine used for the external application as it heals the wounds quickly. It is useful in numerous skin diseases.

Dose: For Local Application.

7. Jatyadi Oil

It is for the external application, mix jatyadhi oil with neem oil and apply on the affected skin. Jatayadi oil is an Ayurvedic medicine used for the external application as it heals the wounds quickly. It is useful in numerous skin diseases.

It is applied over the infected skin diseases. Jatyadi oil balances Pitta and Kapha doshas.

Neem oil has immense benefits. Neem oil helps healing the wounds.

Dose: For Local Application.

8. Royal Honey Shower Gel

Use Royal Honey Shower Gel for bathing. It contains natural ingredients that are anti-bacterial and anti-septic in nature that reduces bad odor from the body.

Dose: Use for bathing.

Diet and Lifestyle

  • Avoid beans and peanuts.
  • Avoid heavy exercise.
  • Avoid non-vegetarian foods such as seafood, eggs
  • Stress can make the symptoms worse, take time to relax.
  • Avoid supplements containing lecithin.
  • Wear washed clothes.