Our fast paced, high flying lifestyles may be great for reaching the top professionally, but they generally play havoc with your health. There has been an alarming rise in the number of cases reported of people afflicted with heart and cholesterol problems. Of course, a stressful lifestyle and constant competition are only some of the causes for these imbalances. Many other factors which contribute to poor heart health include hormonal imbalances, lack of exercise, unhealthy eating habits leading to indigestion and constipation, infection, parasites, smoking, genetics, and even obesity.
Symptoms of heart and cholesterol imbalances: Generally our body is an excellent judge of its condition. It gives out timely warnings and signals indicating any fluctuations or disruptions in its functioning. It is difficult to find direct symptoms for high cholesterol, a blood test is the best option to check these levels. Often, symptoms such as stroke, coronary disease and peripheral vascular disease are the result of having high cholesterol.
Our remedy for heart and cholesterol imbalances:
Heart and cholesterol imbalances often have grave and even fatal consequences. It is necessary to heed the warnings and take timely action. It is possible to protect ourselves from these disorders; some common sense is all that it takes. Following a healthy diet, regular exercise, not smoking, avoiding being hyper tense and over stressed are some of the simple but effective measures that can be implemented. Of course, all these may not be sufficient to correct the imbalances ‘Narsimha’, instead, safely works on the digestive tract. It is effective in supporting the maintenance of healthy Cholesterol levels and lipid metabolism, thus ensuring an overall healthy cardiovascular system.
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- Guduchi Ghan (Stem) Tinospora cordifolia 75 mg
- Haridra (Rhizome Powder) Circuma Longa 50 mg
- Guduchi Powder (Stem) Tinospora cordifolia 10 mg
- Methika (Seed Powder) Trigonella foenum-gracum 230 mg
- Maricha (Fruit Powder) Piper nigrum 10 mg Excipients q.s.
Guduchi/Amrita (Tinospora cordifolia): Guduchi, known in Ayurveda as Amrita, is a ‘bitter herb’. Like any other bitter herb, Guduchi acts on the central nervous system, stimulating the release of gastric juices that digest fats, having a beneficial effect on cholesterol metabolism. Guduchi also assists circulation in the liver, helping the liver modulate blood sugars and cholesterol. It protects the brain from the effects of oxygen and glucose deprivation that may be caused by poor circulation, hypoglycemia, or excessive medication for diabetes. Guduchi also increases that activity of white blood cells, but not of the macrophages, which are the white blood cells associated with cholesterol deposits.
Haridra/Turmeric (Curcuma longa): Turmeric contains potent curcuminoids (curcuminoids are polyphenols and are responsible for the yellow colour of turmeric) that recharge antioxidant processes. In laboratory studies with animals, turmeric prevented the oxidation of cholesterol into hardened cholesterol plaques in the linings of the arteries. Traditionally known as a potent blood purifier and hepato-protective agent, turmeric is wide-spread in Ayurvedic healing.
Methika (Fenugreek): Methika is one of the spices that give Indian cuisine its distinctive flavor. Studies with male endurance athletes (cyclists) found that extracts of Methika helped the muscles use sugar as a fuel. From tests conducted on animals, it was found that the seed powder helped stabilize the liver and kidney in diabetic animals and prevented clotting without inducing bleeding.
Maricha (pepper): Maricha a catalyst allowing the herbs to be better absorbed and utilised in the body.