Healthy Heart & Cholesterol - Nature's Formulary Guggul 60VC
If you're tired of your cholesterol levels constantly fluctuating, it's time to try Guggul! Guggul (pronounced "goo-gul") by Nature's Formulary is used to regulate all kinds of functions in the body, such as cholesterol, metabolism, and can even help protect joint health. Guggul is a herb that is used primarily in Ayurvedic medicine, which originated in India. This Ayurveda method of medicine uses herbal remedies, including Guggul, and supports a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Ayurvedic medicine believes in different types of energies, and when these different energies are out of balance is when your body becomes sick or stressed. These energies include vata, which controls your bodily functions; pitta, which controls your metabolism and its functions; and kapha which controls growth of the body. High cholesterol, joint pain, and other effects and illnesses are caused by imbalances in these energies. This is where guggul comes in- to reduce inflammation that is caused by joint pain or high cholesterol, helping balance your symptoms and your levels. So if you want to try something new for your high cholesterol or joint pain, then Guggul might be for you!
Nature's Formulary Guggul Benefits
- Supports Healthy Cholesterol Levels
- Provides Joint Support
- Helps Ease & Prevent Joint Stiffness
- Been Used Safely in India for Centuries
- No Artificial Colors or Preservatives
How to Take Nature's Formulary Guggul
Take one capsule 3 times a day with meals.
Nature's Formulary Guggul Ingredients
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
Nature's Formulary Guggul Side Effects
This product should not be used if you are pregnant or nursing. Very few users report mild stomach gas when taken on an empty stomach.
Francis JA, Raja SN, Nair MG.- Bioactive terpenoids and guggulusteroids from Commiphora mukul gum resin of potential anti-inflammatory interest.