Guggul Purified Resin Powder

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Guggul Purified Resin Powder

Commiphora wightii, resin powder

Primary Benefits as per Ayurveda

  • Act as a dietary supplement- Pacifies the high Vata (air).
  • Supports joint and muscles health
  • Regular use of guggul in healthy individuals acts as “Rasayana”. It rejuvenates the body.
  • Helps to maintain healthy joints and muscles.
  • Supports Healthy nervous system.

Other Benefits as per Ayurveda

  • Support healthy complexion
  • Supports healthy cycles.
  • Supports urinary tract health.

$50.00

  • SKU: 453
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  • Product Package : 8.11 oz, 230gm
  • Concentrated : A concentrated extract is used in this product (not just simple bulk herb powder). Extract enhances the potency, efficacy, and health benefits significantly.

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POSSIBLE INDICATIONS

  • Obesity
  • Joint pain
  • Dyslipidemia
  • High blood pressure

Common & Uncommon Names

  • Botanical Name: Commiphora Mukul
  • English Name: Guggul
  • Hindi Name: Guggul

Properties

  • Rasa (Taste): Pungent, Bitter
  • Guna (Characteristics): Light, Dry, Sharp, Clearness, Minuteness, Mobile (Old Guggul) & Soothingness, Sliminess (New Guggul).
  • Virya (Potency): Hot
  • Vipaka (Post Digestive Effect): Pungent
  • Unique Property: Balances the Vata (Air), Pitta (Fire), Kapha (Water) i.e. balances all the three Doshas (Humors).

Best Source:

Rocky tracks of western India and eastern Himalayas.

As per ayurveda:

Guggulu (Commiphora Mukul) Purified with the water of triphala decoction (Amla, Haritaki and Bibhitaki).

Due to its hot potency it helps to balance Vata (Air) if present in excess or less amount. Due to its dry property it helps to balance Kapha (Water). It helps to check bad odor (like the smell of sweat) from the body due to its good smell. It also helps to improve appetite by improving the digestive fire naturally.

Varieties of Guggul:

  1. Mahimaksha – black color
  2. Mahaneel – bluish color
  3. Kumud – grayish black color
  4. Padha – reddish colour
  5. Kanak – yellowish color 1 and 5 variety useful for human and other for veterinary

Two varieties of guggul are available

  1. Kan guggul- reddish yellow color and soft, found in marwar region
  2. Bhaisa guggul – greenish yellow color-found in sindha & kacha region

Directions for Use:

Serving Size: Take 5 Gms (half to one teaspoon) 2 times a day with water or lukewarm milk 1-2 hrs after meals. Take the first dose after breakfast. If you are mixed with other herbs, use proportionately or consult your healthcare provider.

Safe: Purified Guggulu can be taken for a long time without any ill effect.

Ayurvedic Lifestyle (Healthy Tips)

  • Take purgation once a week and a day of fasting. Moderate exercise and brisk walking may be beneficial for healthy living.

Foods to Favor

  • Low salt diet
  • Green Vegetables
  • Wheat
  • Green Gram Soups
  • Old Cereals of Barley
  • Beans
  • Legumes
  • Garlic
  • Sali (Brownish Rice)

Foods to Avoid 

  • Try to avoid smoking and fatty fried, heavy junk food
  • Meat
  • Cakes
  • Pastries
  • Chocolate
  • Cheese
  • Sweets
  • Potatoes
  • Bananas
  • Alcohol
  • Nuts
  • Overeating.

Do’s

  • Increase the consumption of fruits and vegetables.
  • Drink plenty of water.
  • Do any physical activities for at least 30 minutes.

Don’t

  • With intake of guggul avoid excessive sun exposure, excessive exhaustion, alcohol, sex, anger, sour & sharp indigestible food.

Precautions

  • Pregnant/Lactating women, children or any with Known pre-existing condition should take under the advice of a healthcare provider. Keep away from the reach of children.

Classical References

  • Shivdat Nighantu
  • Sushruta Sutra Sthana
  • Bhavprakash
  • Raj Nighantu
  • Charak SutraSthana
  • Charaka Chikitsa Sthana
  • Dhanvantari Nighantu

SCIENTIFIC REFERENCES:

  • Indian Medicinal Plants -A compendium of 500 species Part 3 by Orient Longman Publications., 1997; 256-263.
  • Patel SS, Goyal RK. Emblica officinalis Heart: A Comprehensive Review on Phytochemistry, Pharmacology and Ethnomedicinal Uses. Res J Med Plant., 2012; 6: 6- 16.
  • Iqbal Ahmad, Zafar Mehmood, Faiz Mohammad. Screening of some Indian medicinal plants Journal of Ethnopharmacology. 1998, 2(2), 183-193.

Reference Classical or Govt. Approved Books

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