Arjuna Vegan Capsules
Arjuna has been traditionally used in Ayurveda as a natural remedy for improving heart health and blood quality, including circulation and blood flow. It is often recommended to stabilize cardiac functions like blood pressure. This potassium-rich plant extract is believed to strengthen the heart muscles as well as stimulate the release of excess mucus from within the lungs.
What is the traditional use of Arjuna in Ayurveda?
Ayurveda recommends Arjuna Bark powder for maintaining good cardiovascular health and classifies it as a rejuvenating cardiovascular tonic. Highly regarded for its believed ability to nourish and strengthen heart muscles, it is recommended to improve blood flow and oxygen levels.
Traditional Ayurveda believes that it also helps with blood purification, lowers blood pressure, and can improve cholesterol.
What are the benefits of Arjuna Capsules?
Many clinical studies have shown that Arjuna bark powder is useful in treating heart disorders like heart pain (chronic stable angina) and even plays a nutritional role in preventing heart failure when taken regularly.
Scientific studies have shown Arjuna powder has high antioxidant properties and it leads to healthier blood vessel walls and increased elasticity in arteries.
Arjuna powder has traditionally been used to naturally balance both blood glucose and cholesterol levels due to its appetiser and digestive properties.
Within skincare, Arjuna bark powder contains the compound oleic acid, which is reported to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, particularly around the periorbital eye area, as well as promote microcirculation and decrease undereye puffiness.
Other benefits of Arjuna bark for health:
- Maintains good cardiovascular health
- Nourishes & strengthens the heart muscles
- Stimulates blood circulation
- Increases oxygen flow to the heart
- Purifies blood & lowers blood pressure
- Reduces cholesterol
How to use Arjuna Capsules?
You can take 2 capsules once daily after a meal. You can take them either with milk or with warm water.
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