Organic CholestKare | The Good Guru | 90 Capsules
Good Guru Organic CholestKare is designed to give you that extra natural 'care' and attention where you need it most.
- Supports those who have high cholesterol or wish tonormalise levels
- Contains Ashwagandha - anti-inflammatory properties which helpsimprove the condition and functioning of the heart
- Fights free-radicals and inflammation
- Fights lipid (fat) levels in the blood - helps with high blood pressure
At The Good Guru they believe in creating completely natural products which are beneficial, packed with nutrients that complement one another and do exactly what they are meant to do. In their Organic CholestKare they have added a blend of 3 essential and science-based ingredients into every CholestKare capsules.
Organic CholestKare is a support for those who suffer from high cholesterol or who wish to normalise levels.
Cholesterol affects many people throughout the world and taking prescriptions such as Statins can lead to more harm being done to other parts of the body.
Cholesterol is not completely bad, it is actually something we need to function properly, however in this day and age we are consuming foods which produce too much cholesterol which can lead to things such as Heart Disease, Heart Attacks, and other problems like strokes and as we age these become particularly more prominent.
The Three Herbs In Organic CholestKare
The first essential herb in this product is Ashwagandha an incredible herb used extensively in Ayerverdic medicine. Ashwagandha is best known for being an adaptogen which means that it helps the body deal with stresses. Ashwagandha has been recognised for its ability to act as a blockade against inflammation and the diseases associated with it. These anti-inflammatory properties help heart health on a general level by reducing Cholesterol and also Triglyceride levels. Triglycerides which are blood fats can be lowered by half with the use of Ashwagandha. Ashwagandha increases the muscle endurance within the body and in turn this improves the condition and functioning of the heart.
Arjuna is the second essential herb in Organic CholestKare. Arjuna is a tonic for the heart, like a cleanser, it can help heal cardiac injury and also traumas. Other heart conditions it is related to are Coronary Artery Disease and Rheumatic Heart Disease. Arjuna reduced LDL Cholesterol (which is known as the bad cholesterol) and also total Cholesterol levels, this is due to Arjuna's ability to boost Cholesterol metabolism.
When Ashwagandha is used in conjunction with Arjuna it is particularly powerful for the health of the heart. Some of the main benefits of Arjuna are that it fights free radicals and inflammation caused by toxins that we ingest. It can protect the heart and fights lipids (fat) levels in the blood. This in turn tackles high blood pressure. As the herb also gives a boost of energy, exercise and performance is boosted which has a full circle effect on the heart, organs and Cholesterol.
The third and final essential herb and is highly significant to The Good Guru blend is Amla. Amla has been studied for its ability to lower cholesterol and possibly be more powerful than Statin medication. Amla is the Indian Gooseberry and very well known in the world of Indian medicine for working wonders for a whole host of conditions. Amla has been shown to prevent a Fatty Liver and can significantly lower LDL Cholesterol, Triglycerides and Phospholipids. The plaque build up within the artery walls can be significantly reduced. Regular use of Amla combined with Arjuna and Ashwagandha will see a reduction in Cholesterol levels.
Organic Ashwagandha Root (Withania Somnifera) 300mg, Vegetable Cellulose Capsule (HPMC), Organic Amla (Phyllanthus Emblica) 600mg, Organic Arjuna (Terminalia Arjuna) 300mg.
Take 2 capsules daily with food.
Do not exceed the recommended daily intake.
Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Serving Per Container: 90 CapsulesDISCLAIMER: This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. All information provided on this site is for educational purposes and should not be construed as medical advice.