Circulation stimulant lowers cholesterol and thins blood.
Guggul is a gummy yellowish resin (Commiphora mukul) plant extract from
It is clearly a cardiac tonic that strengthens muscle, nerve, bone tissue.
Its properties are similar to niacin and fish oil.
It clears cholesterol from arteries and veins, lowers triglycerides and
breaks up hardening and stagnation. It builds the lymphatic and immune system
and reduces inflammation; the list goes on.
This is a very impressive herb; it has been described as "probably the most
powerful cholesterol-lowering herb known", And, oh yes, it often stimulates
gradual weight loss.
500 mg of guggul lipid standardized to contain 25 mg of guggulsterones per
Use with LOCLO or Nature's Three
GUGGUL: IT WORKS AS FOLLOWS
An Ayurvedic remedy, guggui is used for relieving joint pain, lowering cholesterol, and aiding weight loss.
In a 1999 study conducted by researchers at the University of Nebraska and Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City, people who took 750 mg of guggul each day and did a combination of strength and aerobic training workout three times a week for six weeks lost an average of six- pounds; those who exercised but did not take guggul lost only a half to one pound.
"Guggul helps the body metabolize fat and improves thyroid function by increasing thyroid hormone levels," says John Douilard, Ph.D., director of the LifeSpa School of Ayurveda.