Wednesday, July 18, 2018

LACTOGIN

Capsules Supplement to Improve Lactation

PRODUCT INFORMATION

DESCRIPTION Stress is thought to be the main cause or major contributing cause of 75% of all human Illness, although many experts now estimate it to be as high as 90%. As per Dr. Barbara Brown a pioneer in the field of biofeedback, human emotional and physical distress are caused, triggered, or aggravated by 'the stress nit life". Physiological & emotional disturbances leads to decreased oxytocin secretion, which causes oligoglactia.

Less appetite causes insufficient milk secretion. Malnutrition has indirect effect on diminished lactation. Looking to the importance and advantages of breast feeding to baby, mother, society & nation and keeping in mind the causes of oligogalactia, it becomes essential to search a formulation which counteract the above mentioned causes of oligogalctia & has a long term effects on health of baby and mother and yet completely safe non-toxic on prolonged administration for its vulnerable consumer passing through a very delicate phase of life. It may be mentioned here that more allopathic drugs are compulsorily studied for their ability to secret during lactation and their possible effect on baby and hence the Importance of above requirement cannot be Ignored. Lactogin Capsules are a suitable answer to all the above queries.

Lactogin Capsules

Lactogin Capsules

COMPOSITION

Each capsule contains extract dedved from:
  • Vidarikand (Pueraria tuberose) 250 mg
  • Shatavari (Asparagus racemosus) 150 mg
  • Jivanti churna (Leptadenia reticulata) 150 mg
  • Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) 100 mg
  • Methi seeds (Trigonella foenum graecum) 100 mg
  • Lasun (Album sativum) 50 mg
  • Dudhi churna (Euphorbia hirta) 50 mg

COLOUR

Brilliant blue & Quinoline yellow.

PHARMACOLOGY

Action of Lactogin Capsules in overcoming the oligogalactia is multifold. Ingredients of Lactogin Capsules have protect, increasing effect, oxytocic, tranquilizing, appetite stimulating and other effects. Prolactin, a pituitary hormone, is essential for initiation and maintenance of lactation. It binds to specific receptors and promotes proliferation and subsequent differentiation of mammary ductal and alveolar epithelium moulting in induction of synthesis of milk proteins (casein) and enzymes necessary for lactose synthesis (lactose synthetase). It also helps to maintain lactation in response to the sucking of breasts by infants.

OESTROGENIC EFFECT

Oestrogens promotes the synthesis and release of Prolactin by exerting a direct stimulatory effect on the lactotropes of the anterior pituitary' apparently can also antagonize the inhibitory action of dopamine at the pituitary Thus, the presence of oestrogenic constituents/effect could explian the reputed galactogenic effects of R tuberose whose oestrogenic constituent include isoflavones, daidzein etc. A. sativum is also reported to have oestrogenic effect.

OXYTOCIC EFFECT

The hormone oxytocin is important as stimulator of uterine smooth muscle contraction in late labour and in haemostasis following delivery. It is also responsible for causing milk ejection by inducing contractions of myoepithelial cells and of duct smooth muscles in the breast. T. foenum graecum, a reputed galactogogue, " is also reported to be useful In obstetrics' for protracted labour, promoting placental expulsion and for decreasing post partum bleeding or less clearly for difficult deliveries and for facilitating delivery. Therefore, its mechanisms of action can be explained on the basis of oxytocic effect. I foenum graecum might have ocytocic like action on the uterus. It may also have a similar action on the breasts i.e. its galactogenic effect may in fact be one of promoting milk ejection ratherthen milk production.

TRANQUILIZING EFFECT

Psychological and emotional factors such as stress, tension, tear, anger and anxiety can have an inhibitory effect on lactation, specifically on the milk ejection reflex. W somnifera is reported to have antiolytic effect due to its dopamine depleting action  as well as anti stress activity. Thus, W Somnifera shows its galactogenic action by exerting a calming effect on lactating women enabling the milk to flow more easily. Moreover, its dopamine depleting effect results in elevation of prolactin levels.

APPETITE STIMULATING EFFECTS

The volume and composition of breast milk can be improved by stimulating her appetite. A. sativum is reported to be a gastric stimulant that improves appetfte16. Thus, by increasing the appetite indirectly, the quality and quantity of mother's milk can be increased.

OTHER EFFECTS

The galactogenic effect of A. sativum is also because of its ability to impart favourable sensory qualities (garlicky odour and taste) to the mother's milk to which the infants respond by suckling more vigorously" L reticulate and A. lacemosus are reported to increase average milk yield ""

INDICATIONS AND USES

"Supplement to improve quality and quantity of milk during lactation, improves Immunity of mother and child and promotes natural family planning".
CONTRAINDICATIONS
Pregnancy.
SIDE EFFECTS
No side effects, if taken within dose limit.

PRECAUTIONS

Do not exceed the stated dose.

DRUG &FOOD INTERACTION

Not seen in studied subjects.

DOSAGE

1 to 2 capsules two times a day or as directed by Physician.

STORAGE

Store in a cool and dry place, away from direct light. Do not refrigerate.

Unit Price

BDT 20 x 30 Capsules = BDT 600.00

Monday, July 9, 2018

About Masud Rana Series

Masud Rana is an adult spy-thriller series penned by the famous Bangladeshi novelist Qazi Anwar Husain. Anwar Husain started writing this series from the 1960s and still continuing to date. All Masud Rana books have been published from his own publication house, Sheba Prokashoni. Qazi Anwar Husain debuted this series with the publication of Dhongsho-pahaar (1965), which is the pioneer of spy thrillers written in Bangla. Dhongsho-pahaar got an immediate audience attention and as such paved the way for creating one of the most enduring Bangladeshi version of a world-class spy character, namely Masud Rana.

Before Anwar Hussain none could even imagine of writing a spy thriller in Bangla. Up to that point, the Bangladeshi book market was stuffed with thrillers and detective stories from the writers of West Bengal, India. However, Husain’s initiative changed the whole scenario; the audience could experience suspenseful stories without resorting to imported books. The Masud Rana series even got very popular in Kolkata, which was definitely a great achievement for Bangladesh.

Hussain adopted the name for his protagonist from various sources. He took the first name from his friend, lyricist Masud Karim. On the other hand he took the last name from Rana Pratap Singh of the Rajput clan who ruled Mewar, a state in north-western India from 1540 to 1597.

The central character, Masud Rana, a  former major of the Bangladesh Army, currently commander stationed for HUMINT at BCI (Bangladesh Counter Intelligence) HQ, Dhaka. He works under direct command of Major General (retired) Rahat Khan of the fictitious Bangladesh Counter Intelligence (BCI).

According to the series, Rana is also founder and director of an international investigating firm named Rana Agency, which is a front cover for BCI in the form of a private investigation agency.

Masud Rana was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh to Justice Imtiaz Chowdhury and Jahanara Imtiaz Chowdhury. Rana was orphaned at the age of 13 when his parents were killed in a car accident near Chittagong, Bangladesh. After the death of his parents, Rana went to live with his aunt, Ismat ara, in Fort William, Highland. Later, he briefly attends Eton College in his college days.

In the very beginning Anwar Husain planned to mould his novels based on original stories. However, since he had a plan to publish one book per month, he had to switch to adaptation to save time.
Masud Rana books have been adapted from renowned thriller writers from all around the world, such as Ian Fleming, Alistair MacLean, James Hadley Chase, Clive Cussler, Frederick Forsyth, etc.

Although Qazi Anwar Husain started the series, it is widely known that he is not anymore a contributor to this. A group of ghostwriters are employed to write all the new Masud Rana novels.

Over the past few decades Sheba Prokashoni has published considerable number of Masud Rana books. Today we are sharing one of them, which is Bishnagini (Masud Rana 445) by name. Hope you will thoroughly enjoy it.

Book Details

Bishnagini by Qazi Anwar Husain (Masud Rana 445) Free PDF Book

Book Title: Bishnagini
Siries Name: Masud Rana
Serial: 445
Writer: Qazi Anwar Husain in association with Qazi Maimur Husain
Story: Based on foreign story
Publisher: Sheba Prokashoni
First Published: 2016
ISBN: 984-16-7445-9
File Format: .pdf
Pages: 333 Nos.
File Size: 7.68 MB

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Sunday, June 24, 2018

About Masud Rana Series

Masud Rana is an adult spy-thriller series penned by the famous Bangladeshi novelist Qazi Anwar Husain. Anwar Husain started writing this series from the 1960s and still continuing to date. All Masud Rana books have been published from his own publication house, Sheba Prokashoni. Qazi Anwar Husain debuted this series with the publication of Dhongsho-pahaar (1965), which is the pioneer of spy thrillers written in Bangla. Dhongsho-pahaar got an immediate audience attention and as such paved the way for creating one of the most enduring Bangladeshi version of a world-class spy character, namely Masud Rana.

Before Anwar Hussain none could even imagine of writing a spy thriller in Bangla. Up to that point, the Bangladeshi book market was stuffed with thrillers and detective stories from the writers of West Bengal, India. However, Husain’s initiative changed the whole scenario; the audience could experience suspenseful stories without resorting to imported books. The Masud Rana series even got very popular in Kolkata, which was definitely a great achievement for Bangladesh.

Hussain adopted the name for his protagonist from various sources. He took the first name from his friend, lyricist Masud Karim. On the other hand he took the last name from Rana Pratap Singh of the Rajput clan who ruled Mewar, a state in north-western India from 1540 to 1597.

The central character, Masud Rana, a  former major of the Bangladesh Army, currently commander stationed for HUMINT at BCI (Bangladesh Counter Intelligence) HQ, Dhaka. He works under direct command of Major General (retired) Rahat Khan of the fictitious Bangladesh Counter Intelligence (BCI).

According to the series, Rana is also founder and director of an international investigating firm named Rana Agency, which is a front cover for BCI in the form of a private investigation agency.

Masud Rana was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh to Justice Imtiaz Chowdhury and Jahanara Imtiaz Chowdhury. Rana was orphaned at the age of 13 when his parents were killed in a car accident near Chittagong, Bangladesh. After the death of his parents, Rana went to live with his aunt, Ismat ara, in Fort William, Highland. Later, he briefly attends Eton College in his college days.

In the very beginning Anwar Husain planned to mould his novels based on original stories. However, since he had a plan to publish one book per month, he had to switch to adaptation to save time.
Masud Rana books have been adapted from renowned thriller writers from all around the world, such as Ian Fleming, Alistair MacLean, James Hadley Chase, Clive Cussler, Frederick Forsyth, etc.

Although Qazi Anwar Husain started the series, it is widely known that he is not anymore a contributor to this. A group of ghostwriters are employed to write all the new Masud Rana novels.

Over the past few decades Sheba Prokashoni has published considerable number of Masud Rana books. Today we are sharing one of them, which is Duronto Koishor (Masud Rana 447) by name. Hope you will thoroughly enjoy it.

Book Details

Duronto Koishor by Qazi Anwar Husain (Masud Rana) Free PDF Book

Book Title: Duronto Koishor
Siries Name: Masud Rana
Serial: 447
Writer: Qazi Anwar Husain in association with Ismail Arman
Story: Based on foreign story
Publisher: Sheba Prokashoni
First Published: 2016
ISBN: 984-16-7447-5
File Format: .pdf
File Size: 16.6 MB

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Wednesday, June 20, 2018

The fixture of Bangladesh’s tour of the West Indies in the year 2018 has been finalized. Bangladesh will play two Test matches, three ODIs and three T20 matches in West Indies.

As per schedule the first Test will start on July 4 in Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua. The second and final Test will start on July 12 in Sabina Park, Jamaica.

The first ODI will start on July 22 in Providence Stadium, Guyana. The second ODI will be held on July 25 in the same stadium. The third and final ODI will be played Warner Park, St. Kitts.

Bangladesh will play the first T20 in St. Kitts as well. The second and third T20s will be played in Central Broward Regional Park, United States.

Full Fixture of Bangladesh tour of West Indies, 2018

Bangladesh Vs West Indies Match Schedule

Venue Match Date
Stanford Cricket Ground, Coolidge, Antigua Tour match June 27-28
Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua 1st Test July 4-8
Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica 2nd Test July 12-16
Jamaica Tour match July 19
Providence Stadium, Guyana 1st ODI July 22
Providence Stadium, Guyana 2nd ODI July 25
Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts 3rd ODI July 28
Warner Park, Basseterre, St Kitts 1st T20I July 31
Central Broward Regional Park Stadium, Lauderhill, Florida 2nd T20I August 4
Central Broward Regional Park Stadium, Lauderhill, Florida 3rd T20I August 5

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

About Masud Rana Series

Masud Rana is an adult spy-thriller series penned by the famous Bangladeshi novelist Qazi Anwar Husain. Anwar Husain started writing this series from the 1960s and still continuing to date. All Masud Rana books have been published from his own publication house, Sheba Prokashoni. Qazi Anwar Husain debuted this series with the publication of Dhongsho-pahaar (1965), which is the pioneer of spy thrillers written in Bangla. Dhongsho-pahaar got an immediate audience attention and as such paved the way for creating one of the most enduring Bangladeshi version of a world-class spy character, namely Masud Rana.

Before Anwar Hussain none could even imagine of writing a spy thriller in Bangla. Up to that point, the Bangladeshi book market was stuffed with thrillers and detective stories from the writers of West Bengal, India. However, Husain’s initiative changed the whole scenario; the audience could experience suspenseful stories without resorting to imported books. The Masud Rana series even got very popular in Kolkata, which was definitely a great achievement for Bangladesh.

Hussain adopted the name for his protagonist from various sources. He took the first name from his friend, lyricist Masud Karim. On the other hand he took the last name from Rana Pratap Singh of the Rajput clan who ruled Mewar, a state in north-western India from 1540 to 1597.

The central character, Masud Rana, a  former major of the Bangladesh Army, currently commander stationed for HUMINT at BCI (Bangladesh Counter Intelligence) HQ, Dhaka. He works under direct command of Major General (retired) Rahat Khan of the fictitious Bangladesh Counter Intelligence (BCI).

According to the series, Rana is also founder and director of an international investigating firm named Rana Agency, which is a front cover for BCI in the form of a private investigation agency.

Masud Rana was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh to Justice Imtiaz Chowdhury and Jahanara Imtiaz Chowdhury. Rana was orphaned at the age of 13 when his parents were killed in a car accident near Chittagong, Bangladesh. After the death of his parents, Rana went to live with his aunt, Ismat ara, in Fort William, Highland. Later, he briefly attends Eton College in his college days.

In the very beginning Anwar Husain planned to mould his novels based on original stories. However, since he had a plan to publish one book per month, he had to switch to adaptation to save time.
Masud Rana books have been adapted from renowned thriller writers from all around the world, such as Ian Fleming, Alistair MacLean, James Hadley Chase, Clive Cussler, Frederick Forsyth, etc.

Although Qazi Anwar Husain started the series, it is widely known that he is not anymore a contributor to this. A group of ghostwriters are employed to write all the new Masud Rana novels.

Over the past few decades Sheba Prokashoni has published considerable number of Masud Rana books. Today we are sharing one of them, which is Professor (Masud Rana) by name. Hope you will thoroughly enjoy it.

Book Details

Professor by Qazi Shahnoor Husain (Masud Rana) Free PDF Book

Book Title: Professor
Siries Name: Masud Rana
Writer: Qazi Shahnoor Husain
Story: Based on foreign story
Publisher: Sheba Prokashoni
First Published: 1993
ISBN: 984-16-0127-3
File Format: .pdf
File Size: 6.31 MB

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Sunday, May 20, 2018

About Masud Rana Series

Masud Rana is an adult spy-thriller series penned by the famous Bangladeshi novelist Qazi Anwar Husain. Anwar Husain started writing this series from the 1960s and still continuing to date. All Masud Rana books have been published from his own publication house, Sheba Prokashoni. Qazi Anwar Husain debuted this series with the publication of Dhongsho-pahaar (1965), which is the pioneer of spy thrillers written in Bangla. Dhongsho-pahaar got an immediate audience attention and as such paved the way for creating one of the most enduring Bangladeshi version of a world-class spy character, namely Masud Rana.

Before Anwar Hussain none could even imagine of writing a spy thriller in Bangla. Up to that point, the Bangladeshi book market was stuffed with thrillers and detective stories from the writers of West Bengal, India. However, Husain’s initiative changed the whole scenario; the audience could experience suspenseful stories without resorting to imported books. The Masud Rana series even got very popular in Kolkata, which was definitely a great achievement for Bangladesh.

Hussain adopted the name for his protagonist from various sources. He took the first name from his friend, lyricist Masud Karim. On the other hand he took the last name from Rana Pratap Singh of the Rajput clan who ruled Mewar, a state in north-western India from 1540 to 1597.

The central character, Masud Rana, a  former major of the Bangladesh Army, currently commander stationed for HUMINT at BCI (Bangladesh Counter Intelligence) HQ, Dhaka. He works under direct command of Major General (retired) Rahat Khan of the fictitious Bangladesh Counter Intelligence (BCI).

According to the series, Rana is also founder and director of an international investigating firm named Rana Agency, which is a front cover for BCI in the form of a private investigation agency.

Masud Rana was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh to Justice Imtiaz Chowdhury and Jahanara Imtiaz Chowdhury. Rana was orphaned at the age of 13 when his parents were killed in a car accident near Chittagong, Bangladesh. After the death of his parents, Rana went to live with his aunt, Ismat ara, in Fort William, Highland. Later, he briefly attends Eton College in his college days.

In the very beginning Anwar Husain planned to mould his novels based on original stories. However, since he had a plan to publish one book per month, he had to switch to adaptation to save time.
Masud Rana books have been adapted from renowned thriller writers from all around the world, such as Ian Fleming, Alistair MacLean, James Hadley Chase, Clive Cussler, Frederick Forsyth, etc.

Although Qazi Anwar Husain started the series, it is widely known that he is not anymore a contributor to this. A group of ghostwriters are employed to write all the new Masud Rana novels.

Over the past few decades Sheba Prokashoni has published considerable number of Masud Rana books. Today we are sharing one of them, which is Patokinee (Masud Rana 438) by name. Hope you will thoroughly enjoy it.

Book Details

Patokinee by Qazi Anwar Husain (Masud Rana 438) Free PDF Book

Book Title: Patokinee
Siries Name: Masud Rana
Serial: 438
Writer: Qazi Anwar Husain
Story: Based on foreign story
Publisher: Sheba Prokashoni
First Published: 2015
ISBN: 984-16-7438-6
File Format: .pdf
File Size: 8.09 MB

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Wednesday, May 9, 2018

About Masud Rana Series

Masud Rana is an adult spy-thriller series penned by the famous Bangladeshi novelist Qazi Anwar Husain. Anwar Husain started writing this series from the 1960s and still continuing to date. All Masud Rana books have been published from his own publication house, Sheba Prokashoni. Qazi Anwar Husain debuted this series with the publication of Dhongsho-pahaar (1965), which is the pioneer of spy thrillers written in Bangla. Dhongsho-pahaar got an immediate audience attention and as such paved the way for creating one of the most enduring Bangladeshi version of a world-class spy character, namely Masud Rana.

Before Anwar Hussain none could even imagine of writing a spy thriller in Bangla. Up to that point, the Bangladeshi book market was stuffed with thrillers and detective stories from the writers of West Bengal, India. However, Husain’s initiative changed the whole scenario; the audience could experience suspenseful stories without resorting to imported books. The Masud Rana series even got very popular in Kolkata, which was definitely a great achievement for Bangladesh.

Hussain adopted the name for his protagonist from various sources. He took the first name from his friend, lyricist Masud Karim. On the other hand he took the last name from Rana Pratap Singh of the Rajput clan who ruled Mewar, a state in north-western India from 1540 to 1597.

The central character, Masud Rana, a  former major of the Bangladesh Army, currently commander stationed for HUMINT at BCI (Bangladesh Counter Intelligence) HQ, Dhaka. He works under direct command of Major General (retired) Rahat Khan of the fictitious Bangladesh Counter Intelligence (BCI).

According to the series, Rana is also founder and director of an international investigating firm named Rana Agency, which is a front cover for BCI in the form of a private investigation agency.

Masud Rana was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh to Justice Imtiaz Chowdhury and Jahanara Imtiaz Chowdhury. Rana was orphaned at the age of 13 when his parents were killed in a car accident near Chittagong, Bangladesh. After the death of his parents, Rana went to live with his aunt, Ismat ara, in Fort William, Highland. Later, he briefly attends Eton College in his college days.

In the very beginning Anwar Husain planned to mould his novels based on original stories. However, since he had a plan to publish one book per month, he had to switch to adaptation to save time.
Masud Rana books have been adapted from renowned thriller writers from all around the world, such as Ian Fleming, Alistair MacLean, James Hadley Chase, Clive Cussler, Frederick Forsyth, etc.

Although Qazi Anwar Husain started the series, it is widely known that he is not anymore a contributor to this. A group of ghostwriters are employed to write all the new Masud Rana novels.

Over the past few decades Sheba Prokashoni has published considerable number of Masud Rana books. Today we are sharing one of them, which is Mastermind (Masud Rana 450) by name. Hope you will thoroughly enjoy it.

Book Details

Mastermind by Qazi Anwar Husain (Masud Rana 450) Free PDF Book

Book Title: Mastermind
Siries Name: Masud Rana
Serial: 450
Writer: Qazi Anwar Husain in association with Qazi Maimur Husain
Story: Based on foreign story
Publisher: Sheba Prokashoni
First Published: 2017
ISBN: 984-16-7450-5
File Format: .pdf
File Size: 22.4 MB

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