Foam: Fine mesh light black Powder.
Hyperlipidemia (increased cholesterol level in the blood) Arthritis Atherosclerosis (clogging or hardening of blood vessels) Weight management
Shuddha Guggulu (Commiphora mukul)
Guggulsterones increase the conversion of cholesterol into bile acids, facilitating removal of excess cholesterol through feces
Helps lower LDL (low density lipoprotein) cholesterol levels significantly
Prevents clogging and hardening of blood vessels (atherosclerosis) by stopping the oxidation of bad cholesterol (LDL)
Supports healthy weight by regulating metabolism and enhancing thyroid function
Shudha Guggulu is ideal for increased lipid levels (hyperlipidemia)
Directions For Use:
Use as directed by the physician.
Read the label carefully before use
Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight
Keep out of reach of the children
Use under medical supervision
HOW TO MAKE/PROCESS SHUDHA GUGGULU
Raw Guggulu resin
Decoction of Three myrobalans (triphala)
Giloy (Tinospora Cordifolia)
What are three myrobalans?
The following three fruits of plants are collectively known as three myrobalans or triphala. They are mixed together in equal quantity.
Chebulic Myrobalan (Harar) – Terminalia chebula
Emblic Myrobalan (Amla) – Phyllanthus emblica
Beleric Myrobalan (Behara) – Terminalia bellerica
Procedure for making Shuddha guggulu
Take 250 grams triphala and 125 grams giloy.
Grind them to make a coarse powder and mix them.
Soak the coarse powder of herbs in 4 kg water overnight.
Heat the water with herbal mixture to make decoction. Simmer the mixture until water remains half.
Now take 250 grams raw guggul resin and cotton bag.
Put guggul in cotton bag and bind it with a cotton ribbon.
Now put this cotton bag into decoction several times, so that guggul melts and extracts into hot decoction. Impurities will remain in the cotton bag