According to traditional ayurvedic medicine practitioner Abana tablet is helpful in reducing cholesterol levels in cases of hyperlipidemia. Due to its ayurvedic medicinal property it lowers triglyceride levels, total cholesterol levels and free fatty acid levels, by breaking down lipids in the liver.
The key ingredients found in Abana tablet are: Arjuna and Guggul. Terminalia Arjuna is a tree of the genus Terminalia. Arjuna plant (Terminalia Arjuna) has been traditionally used to treat people suffering from heart disease for centuries, which is why it got the nickname “Guardian of the heart.” Guggul (Commiphora Wightii), which is commonly known as Indian bdellium-tree or Gugal or Guggul or Gugul or Mukul Myrrh tree, is a flowering plant of the family Burseraceae. This Guggul (Commiphora Wightii) produces a fragrant resin Gugal or Guggul or Gugul, which are used in incense and vedic medicine or ayurveda. One of its main chemical ingredients is the extract is the steroid guggulsterone, which acts as an antagonist of the farnesoid X receptor this is believed to result in decreased cholesterol synthesis in the liver.
According to traditional ayurvedic medicine practitioner Abana tablet can be beneficial for: reducing lipid concentration, total cholesterol and triglyceride levels; helps in the management of atherosclerosis; prevents oxidative damage to the heart and stabilizes blood pressure; increases faecal bile acid excretion and inhibits the biosynthesis of hepatic cholesterol and the oxidation of LDL.
For greater benefits, the best way to take Abana is orally 1 tablet two times a day for longer duration in order to achieve general well-being and benefits stated above.
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