Organic Guggul Supplement
$22.50 Was: $30.00 500mg - 60 tablets
Guggul is an Ayurvedic remedy that has been used in India for thousands of years to rejuvenate and cleanse the lymph system.
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Ready for a traditional Ayurvedic detox? Guggul is a powerful cleanser that purifies ama (toxins) helps make the liver more efficient at removing toxins—both of which can curb cravings and aid in healthy weight balance.
• Healthy weight management & energy
• Boosts the liver's ability to detox
• Promotes healthy cholesterol & triglyceride levels1
• USDA organic
1 already within a normal range
Organic guggul (resin).
Other ingredients: Organic tapioca starch, Opadry nutrapure (Organic maltodextrin, Organic sunflower lecithin, Organic palm oil, Organic guar gum).
Take 1 tablet twice daily in morning and evening.
Important: If you are pregnant or nursing, or have a known medical condition, consult your physician before taking this or any other dietary supplement. Store in a cool and dry place, lid tightly closed. Keep out of reach of children.
- Key Ingredients
This single-herb formula contains organic guggul (resin), a potent botanical that supports healthy cholesterol levels [already within a normal range] and promotes healthy weight balance and cardiovascular health.
What makes our Guggul better? Our organic Guggul is the purest and highest-quality available today. We start with certified organic resin from the Indian Bdellium tree and use the most rigorous purification process possible.
Raw or improperly purified Guggul is hard for the body to digest and may create toxins in the body, which is why thorough purification is vital. Source matters, too. For all these reasons, we’re proud to say that our Organic Guggul is easily absorbed, highly effective, and—above all—safe.
Guggul comes from the sap of the Indian bdellium tree (also known as Mukul myrrh tree). Harvesters tap the tree—much like you would a maple tree to get sap for maple syrup. A thin slice is made in the bark, just enough to create a slow flow of sap, which then dries on the tree. Once crystallized, the sap is ready for harvesting and refining. Guggul is bitter and astringent, which makes it great at breaking up excess Kapha in the body and purifying the liver. However, Pitta-predominant types may find that guggul can uncomfortably increase their Pitta.
Since using Guggul my health has been better all the way around
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