Cardiv Tab

ARJUNA - Arjuna is a potent hypolipidemic (reduction of lipid concentration in the blood), responsible for reducing total cholesterol and triglyceride levels, thereby helping in the management of atherosclerosis (fatty deposits along the artery walls).

GARLIC - effectively lowers triglyceride levels, total cholesterol levels and free fatty acid levels, through liver lipolysis (the breakdown of lipids in the liver),increased fecal bile acid excretion, inhibiting the biosynthesis of hepatic cholesterol (production of cholesterol in the liver) and inhibiting the oxidation of LDL.

  • Prevents Adhesion of Platelet.
  • Increase HDL
  • Decrease LDL Triglycerides And VLDL Reduces artery plaque formation.
  • Lowers blood pressure, blood sugar.
  • Decreases LDL particles,Oxidation.
  • lowers triglycerides.
  • Inhibits platelet aggregation.
  • Increases fibrinolytic activity as garlic acts as a natural clot buster.
  • Anti-microbial

AMLA - Amla reduces bad cholesterol in the blood and also regulates blood sugar levels. Amla also improves the arterial walls, thereby prevent atherosclerosis.

BAHEDA -Potential source of antioxidants and can be used in the therapy of diseases like ageing and any other disease related to oxidative stress

JETHIMADH -Glycyrrhizic acid in this helps to alleviate depression and anxiety. It promotes the function of adrenal gland which is responsible for release of the hormones like cortisol. Licorice root replaces the depleted cortisol levels in the body and thereby helps the body to fight nervousness, depression, anxiety and chronic fatigue caused by stress. Licorice root enhances the bile acid flow which is accountable for cholesterol metabolism and removal of excess cholesterol in the body. The herb also prevents the accumulation of plaque in the arteries and provides healthy functioning of the heart.

TURMERIC - Curcumin has cardio protective action- its pharmacological properties help in protecting the heart and also Benefits in various heart conditions. Turmeric’s anti-inflammatory action benefits in heart health and prevention of various heart diseases such as myocarditis, cardiac fibrosis, atherosclerosis etc. Turmeric is rich in antioxidants, primarily curcumin and curcuminoids which help fight and prevent heart diseases. Turmeric contains curcumin which can help prevent atherosclerosis as an antioxidant and by regulating cholesterol levels and liver function. It helps improve overall metabolic health in order to prevent atherosclerosis. Curcumin’s anti-atherosclerotic activity and anti-platelet property benefits in coronary artery disease. Turmeric helps to lower blood pressure by acting on various enzymes that regulate and control blood pressure levels.

SARPGANDHA - Reduces hypertension (High Blood Pressure) Sarpagandha is useful for lowering and managing the blood pressure Suitable remedy for Insomnia (Sleeplessness) Sarpagandha has hypnotic action, which helps to induce sleep Aids to mental disorders Sarpagandha has hypnotic, antipsychotic (neuroleptic), sedative and anti-anxiety actions. Therefore, it helps to treat several types of mental disorders with aggression, crying, running, beating and sleeplessness.

Ingredients

EACH FILM COATED TABLET CONTAINS

Baheda 30mg
Amla 30mg
Jethimadha 30mg
Haldi 40mg
Adhrak bhasma 50mg
Lasun 50mg
Sarpgandha 70mg
Shabarsing Bhasma 100mg
Arjun 200mg

Indications

Adjuvant in the therapy of angina in patients with cardiac risk factors

Lowering serum lipid profiles.

Angina pectoris (Chest pain or pressure, usually due to not enough blood flow to the heart muscle)

Atherosclerosis (narrowing of arteries due to plaque buildup on the artery walls.)

Cerebral and peripheral vascular disease (blood circulation disorder that causes the blood vessels outside of your heart and brain to narrow, block, or spasm)

Arrhythmia irregular heartbeat or cardiac dysrhythmia

Hypertension.

Dosage

Tablet 1-2 Tab Twice Thrice A Day For 3 To 6 Months or As Directed by The Physicians.

Safety

Recommended to be used with caution in low dosage, Under strict supervision of the healthcare professional

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