Morpheme Guggul (Commiphora Mukul)
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Guggul is also known as Commiphora Mukul and is a wonderful herbal product recommended in Ayurveda. An elevated level of blood cholesterol is the main reason for cardiovascular diseases. In Ayurveda, the traditional Indian medicine, Guggul is known to manage the serum-lipid profile.
Guggul is the gum resin produced by the stems of tiny shrub called Comminphora Mukul, which is found basically in the Indian subcontinent.
How to use
The recommended dosage for adults is 1 – 2 capsules or as suggested by the physician. It is important to take the supplement regularly to get optimal results.
A 12 week study was carried-out on a group of participants to find the consequences of Guggul in the management of cholesterol levels. The research indicated that guggulipid (1500 mg) had an average reduction of 22% in the serum-cholesterol and 25% in triglycerides.
Is Morpheme Guggul safe for use?
Morpheme Guggul contains pure extract of the herb and has no known side-effects, when taken in prescribed dosage. However, if the dosage exceeds the limit, it can result in mild side effects like nausea, upset stomach and rash, which includes allergic skin reactions.
Does Morpheme Guggul contain animal products?
No. Morpheme Guggul does not have any animal product and is suitable for vegetarians.
Serving size: 1 Vegicaps
Servings per container: 60
Each 500 mg capsule contains: Guggul Extract 7:1
Each Bottle Contains: 60 Vegi Caps
Suggested Usage: 1 Capsule twice daily after meals.
|Serving Size: 1 Veg Capsule||
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
|Guggul Extract (Commiphora mukul Gaertn.) (Resin) Guggulsterones>2.5%.||500mg.||**|
|** Daily value not established|
Other Ingredients: Capsule(Vegetarian Capsule), 100% Vegetarian. No Fillers, binders or common Allergens.
Guggul is a herbal supplement, so you don’t need to worry about any side effects.
Morpheme Guggul contains the finest ingredient and is 100% pure and natural. It does not have any artificial sweeteners and flavorings. It is processed using high-tech technology, which ensures the purity of the product.
Case studies conducted by an Ayurveda Research Centre – SPARC in India had 13 female patients, who were in the age group of 32 – 54 years. Eleven patients showed weight management of 2 to almost 14 pounds over a period of 1 to 8 months with no change in exercise and diet. The preliminary weight of the participants was in the range of 132 – 216 pounds.
Another case review showed that, when larger dosages of guggul supplements were combined with moderate exercise and diet, it can result in more weight management. Out of the 36 patients, who followed this therapy for weight management, 7 of them lost over 22 pounds in a month. In a clinical trial that involved 70 obese participants, the group that was given herbal weight management formulations containing the herb guggul experienced considerable weight management.
A research conducted by scientists at the ‘Central Drug Research Institute’ in India has validated the ability of guggulsterone in suppressing LDL oxidation. The study supports the evidence of the herb acting against the obstruction and coating of channels. Due to oxidation of LDL, a plaque is formed, which covers the blood vessels and finally obstructs them. The LDL present in the blood was combined with free-radical supporting agent either alone or it was combined with guggulsterones. After analyzing the samples, it was proved that guggulsterones protected LDL from oxidation. Moreover, hydroxyl radicals are blocked by guggulsterones.
A comparative study was conducted with a drug known as Clofibrate and guggulipid and the later showed better effects with an added effect being HDL reduction, which was not clearly evident in Clofibrate.