Guggul (comiphora wightic)

In Ayurveda, Guggul is used to support healthy weight and healthy metabolism. Guggul is a part of the flowering plant family most commonly found in Northern India. Guggul produces a sap called Gum Guggul which has been used for over 3,000 years for reducing obesity, treating rheumatoid arthritis and sciatica.

The active ingredient, guggulsterone, acts to reduce cholesterol levels according to the research in the American Science Journal by Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.

  • Helps promote healthy weight

  • Helps promote healthy metabolism

  • Helps reduce bad cholesterol

Sources:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18078436

http://www.ayurvedichealth.com/weight-loss/guggul-for-weight-loss#

http://www.healthcureguide.com/guggul_knowmore.aspx

Why Guggul Is Important

The plant has been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine for centuries in the treatment of a variety of disorders, most notably arthritis, and as a weight-reducing agent in obesity. Other traditional uses have included treatment of liver problems, tumors, ulcers and sores, urinary complaints, intestinal worms, swelling, and seizures, and as a heart tonic. In 1986, guggal was approved for marketing in India as a cholesterol-lowering agent.

Guggul has been used in the traditional Ayurvedic medical system for centuries and has been studied extensively in India. Anti-inflammatory and heart/blood vessel effects are being evaluated, as well as use in cancer, obesity, and diabetes.

Clinical trials are lacking to provide dosage guidelines; however, in a US clinical trial of its ability to lower cholesterol, 75 to 150 mg of guggulsterones were given daily. In a study evaluating the anti-inflammatory effect of guggul, 500 mg of gum guggul were taken 3 times per day.

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