Natures answer to cholesterol Guggul naturally rejuvenates the immune system can also be used to treat blood clots and rheumatoid arthritis.


  • Supports balanced cell production


  • Encourages weight loss


  • Promotes long-term prostate health


  • Helps to decrease high cholesterol



Guggul is a highly valued botanical medicine used in Ayurveda, Indian system of medicine. It is used for rheumatoid arthritis, and lipid disorders. The classic Ayurveda medical text, the Sushruta samhita, described in detail the usefulness of this herb for treatment of obesity and other disorders of fat, including “coating and obstruction of channels”.

Encouraged by the Ayurvedic description of this herb for lowering cholesterol, scientists have conducted clinical trials to test the effectiveness of this herb in disorders of lipid metabolism and for lowering weight. The research resulted in the development of a natural cholesterol lowering substance that is safer and more effective than many cholesterol-lowering drugs. Gugulipid was granted approval in India for marketing as a lipid lowering drug in 1986.

Guggul is also a thyroid tonic that promotes the glands enzymatic activity and improves its ability to absorb iodine, the essential trace mineral for thyroid hormone production.  By helping to normalize hormonal levels and exhibiting anti-inflammatory properties, Guggulu rejuvenates the immune system and supports balanced cell production.  By reducing the levels of polyamines and prostaglandins that directly contribute to prostate problems and poor immune response, Guggul promotes long-term prostate health.

It contains such ingredients which helps in the pain management in the chronic arthritis cases ,helps in the chronic fatigue syndrome ,helps to decrease high chlesterol levels ,helps to normalize disturbed menstrual cycles ,deceases body weight in obese persons ,good in all types of sprains & strains -increases painkiller action of the analgesics when used with them.


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