Our body needs cholesterol to live. It helps synthesise many hormones like vitamin D3 (the sunlight hormone), the steroid hormones cortisol, cortisone and aldosterone in the adrenal glands; and the sex hormones progesterone, estrogen, and testosterone. It is so important that the body even has a mechanism to reabsorb it and recycle it. So it is very necessary to to keep the cholesterol levels balanced.

Cholesterol levels either too high or too low will cause health problems. There are two types of cholesterol: high-density lipoproteins (HDL) and low-density lipoproteins (LDL). In terms of heart disease risk, HDL cholesterol is considered good, while LDL is considered bad. Total cholesterol is the sum of HDL and LDL cholesterol is your total cholesterol number should be :

220 mg/dL>Total cholesterol< 160 mg/dL

HDL > 40 mg/dL. LDL< 100 mg/dL

If the HDL is high in your total cholesterol you have less worries. On the other hand, if your good HDL is very low, and your bad LDL is high, your total cholesterol reading may be low but the risk of heart disease increases because cholesterol is going to build up in your gallbladder and your blood vessels. Also the risk of stroke and Insulin Resistant Diabetes is high. The important measure of cholesterol is your HDL/LDL ratio.

Effects of low cholesterol :

  • Depression
  • Stroke
  • Depletion of important vitamins D E C A
  • Cancer
  • Heart Diseases

Hereditary. Certain enzymes are required for the body to be able to balance storage and breakdown of fats. Any Imbalances or abnormal production of these enzymes can lead to an accumulation of fats that can damage many organs in the body

WGaucher's disease is the most common type of lipid storage disease. It is by caused by a deficiency of an enzyme called glucocerebrosidase. In this inherited disease fat collects in the brain, lungs, liver, spleen, kidneys and bone marrow. This causes the organs to enlarge, swell and malfunction as well as bone disorders and painful lesions.

Metabolic disorders , Lipid oxidation disorders are caused by a deficiency or lack of the enzymes needed to break down fats to produce energy. This decreases energy in the body and leads to delayed physical and mental development, according to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.

While we can go on analysing all the methods of Cholestrol accumulation in the body, Ayurveda explains our body is made up of 5 elements and so are all the things that we eat. Cholestrol as per Ayurveda is simply a result of improper digestive fire.

Jatharaghni is responsible for digestion. While Bhutagni transfers the energy from the food you eat to your body to support the panchamahabutas in your system. Dhatvagni refers to tissue metabolism. According to Ayurveda, our body is made up of seven dhatus- Rasa (Body fluids like lymph), Rakta (Blood and its components), Mamsa (Muscular system), Meda (adipose or fat tissue), Asthi (Skeletal system), Majja( Bone marrow) and ShukraDhatu (reproductive system). The nutrients absorbed from the intestine is processed in each of these system by respective dhatvagnis for their nourishment, proper functioning and development. When the body to be in a Dosha free state, the Agni that is there is Samaghni.

Our treatment is aimed at reducing the Ama and increasing all the Aghnis thereby balancing the cholestrol and reduces the cholestrol and the risks of cholestrol oriented diseases. We offer our AyurvedicArka medicine with many properties like :

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Corrects Lipid profile and brings down cholestrol
Fights against plaque build up in the arteries
No increasing risk of Diabetes
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It helps in increasing metabolism and the appetite.
It can also be taken as a common diet supplement
Improves digestion of fats in the diet
No hidden sugar, colour, preservative
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