My High Cholesterol Was Treated Instantly Thanks To This Herb
No one knows exactly how the Indian herb guggul works exactly, but scientists are sure of one thing–it can bind cholesterol in your gut, eliminating it before it even enters the bloodstream.
High cholesterol is linked with a higher risk of cardiovascular disease. That can include coronary heart disease, stroke and peripheral vascular disease. High cholesterol has also been tied to diabetes and high blood pressure. To prevent or manage these conditions, have a low-fat diet and exercise, but the consumption of guggul will help you keep your cholesterol level low forever.
Researchers have been studying the herb for more than 30 years and have found that it lowers serum cholesterol by 18%, LDL (bad) cholesterol by 13% and triglycerides by 12%.
Dosage: If you have high cholesterol, use guggul but under the supervision of your doctor. Take 250 to 500 mg three times daily with meals. Consult a medical professional if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
In rare cases, some people may experience some side effects, such as mild abdominal pain, nausea or skin rash, in which case you should reduce the dosage.