Guggul supports healthy cholesterol, may stimulate thyroid

Guggul

Healthy Cholesterol

Support for: Vata • Kapha

Pronunciation: goo’-gul


Use Guggul as part of a program to support healthy cholesterol levels, which in turn can support normal heart health. Guggul, often taken with Boswellia can also be helpful in joint health conditions.
Suggested Use: 1 capsule 3 times a day with meals.
Pack size: 60 Vegetarian capsules.
Complementary/synergistic products: Arjuna

Guggul has been used safely and effectively in India for many centuries. We suggest this product not be used if you are pregnant or nursing. Keep away from children.


Price : $20.49

More Information

Ayurvedic Name: Guggulu
Botanical Name: Commiphora mukul
Common/English Name: Indian bedellium
Part(s) Used: Gum resin
Major Constituents:Guggulsterols.
Other Ingredients: Capsule (plant-derived Cellulose), Cellulose powder (plant-derived), Magnesium stearate, Silica.
This product is Gluten free and vegan. Wildcrafted source material is inherently NON-GMO.  Free from artificial colors, preservatives or additives.

Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings Per Container: 60


Amount per serving


Guggul** (Commiphora mukul) 500 mg*
(Gum resin extract, standardized for 25 mg Guggulsterols incl.Type E & Z)


*Daily value not established


Other ingredients: Capsule (plant-derived Cellulose), Potato starch powder.
**Wildcrafted,Gluten Free

Lifestyle Suggestions

Individuals of dominant Kapha Dosha are susceptible to imbalances of their cholesterol levels. This is partially due to their slower metabolism.

Kaphas should start a regimented exercise program and minimize oily, heavy foods.

Joint conditions are an expected imbalance due to a Vata dominant person being more mobile and active than other Dosha types. Vata dominant individuals should seek less joint stressing activities. Swimming may be an alternative to running. Walking may be preferred over high impact aerobics. Adding regular body massage would be very helpful to Vata types.