The herb terminalia Arjuna is a traditional Indian Ayurvedic plant well known for its use in as a support for the heart. Extensive pytochemical analysis shows that this plant contains Flavone arjnonlone, tannins, arjunic acid, and glycosides.The effects of glycosides, tannins and Flavones could be correlated to observed therapeutic benefit of Arjuna.
Ingredients: 300mg Arjuna, 100mg Inula recemosa, 100mg Coral powder, 300mg Magnesium Aspartate, 30 mg CoQ-10, 25mg Vitamin B6 and 400 mcg Folic Acid.
Dosage: One Capsule 3 times a day w/ Food or as directed by your physician.
Guggal has shown remarkable results in promoting healthy lipids. Studies have shown that Guggal promotes healthy cholesterol, triglycerides, increase HDL and clears LDL from the liver both by binding to extra fats in gut and normalzing thyroid gland funtion. According to Ayurvedic texts, Guggal is said to prevent sluggish metabolism especially with respect to fats.
Ingredients: Each 500mg Caplet contains : 300mg Commiphora mukul, 25mg Guggal (Z & E Guggalsterones), 80mg Triphala, 20mg Vitamin B6, 400mcg Folic Acid.
Dosage: One Tablet 3 times a day or as directed by your doctor.
(Withania somnifera), also known as the Indian ginseng is indicated in Ayurveda as a daily rasayana, or anti-aging therapy. It acts as an adaptogen and immune modulator; nourishing and strengthening the inner reserve of the human body. Ashwagandha literally means, “to impart the strength of the horse”. Research shows Ashwagandha to promote anti-inflammatory, diuretic, sedative, antibacterial, anti-fungal, and amoebicidal activity. Study of antitumor and radiosensitizing properties of Ashwagandha have yielded encouraging results. Studies have shown Ashwagandha to be an excellent hematinic, and to contain high levels of iron and free amino acids such as glycine, valine, tyrosine and alanine.
Ingredients:Ashwagandha 500mg Withanoloides 5mg Standardized extract of Ashwagandha (withania somnifera).
Dosage: One Tablet 3 times a day or as directed by a physician.
Trifala is a combination of three herbs – Terminalia chebula (haritaki), Terminalia bellerica (bahera), and Embelica officinalis (amla) – which is referred in almost every Ayurvedic textbook and is considered adaptogenic. This combination has synergistic action, as well as digestive and mild diuretic properties. Haritaki is rich in tannins, amino acids, succinic acid and beta-sitosterol. Bahera is rich in tannins, and has antihistaminic, antifungal, yeast-inhibiting and choleretic effects. Amla supports the immune system and is one of the richest available sources of Vitamin C. Trifal™ has bowel-regulating and mild laxative effects, aiding both digestion and elimination.
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