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Cholesto Savior

Cholesto Savior

Regular price Rs. 1,399.00
Regular price Rs. 1,399.00
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Key Benefits

• Maintains healthy HDL-LDL ratio
• Lowers the risk of cardiac disorders
• Optimizes the Liver function

Cholesto Savior is an Ayurvedic herbal supplement that supports a healthy heart and helps lower the risk of cardiac disorders. It is made with a combination of natural herbs, including Guggul, Arjuna, Punarnava, Giloy, and Triphala, which are known to help keep the arteries unclogged and flush out excess bad cholesterol. The supplement contains Coenzyme Q10 (Co-Q10) - a vitamin-like substance that helps ensure the proper functioning of various organs and chemical reactions in the body. Cholesto Savior is a great way to support liver function and maintain a healthy HDL-LDL ratio when used as recommended

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About Cholesto Savior


Cholesto Savior is an excellent herbal formulation that can significantly lower the risk of cardiac disorders. It is considered a ‘premium health shield’ because of the abundance of natural Coenzyme Q10 (Co-Q10) --- a vitamin-like substance that ensures proper functioning of various organs and chemical reactions in the body. This Ayurvedic product is prepared from a combination of well-known herbs which have the ability to keep the arteries unclogged and flush out excess bad cholesterol. The herbs include Guggul (Commiphora mukul), Arjuna (Terminalia Arjuna), Punarnava (Boerhaavia diffusa), Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia), and Triphala (a blend of three herbs --- Amalaki, Bibhitaki, and Haritaki). Cholesto Savior is the ultimate lipid equalizer that can be used regularly in the recommended dosage for optimizing liver function and maintaining a healthy HDL-LDL ratio.


• Guggul (Commiphora mukul) Std. Ext - 150mg
• Arjuna (Terminalia arjuna) Std. Ext - 100mg
• Punarnava (Boerrhavia diffusa) Std. Ext - 100mg
• Triphala (Phyllanthus emblica, Terminalia Chebula, • Terminalia bellirica) Std. Ext - 100mg
• Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia) Std. Ext- 50mg


1-2 capsules twice a day or as prescribed by the physician.


1. What is cholesterol ?
Ans - Cholesterol is a thick wax-like substance or lipid that moves throughout the body in our blood. About 70% of the cholesterol is produced by the liver and 30% of it is synthesized by dietary intake.
2. Why is cholesterol important?
Ans - Cholesterol is essential for the health and functioning of various body organs. It is required for the synthesis of hormones (estrogen, testosterone, adrenal hormones, and stress hormone cortisol), synthesis of Vitamin-D, builds the structure of cell membranes, produces bile, and promotes healthy functioning of the brain.
3. What does high cholesterol do to the body?
Ans- High levels of cholesterol open the way for various health complications. It gives rise to Atherosclerosis - the accumulation of plaque inside the blood vessels (arteries) that supply oxygenated blood to the heart leads to narrowing of arteries and an increased risk of heart attack/stroke. It may also lead to the formation of gall stones, impaired digestion, decreased liver function, and the occurrence of thyroid disorders.
4. What is Good and Bad cholesterol?
Ans - HDL(High-density lipoprotein) - is referred to as good cholesterol because it picks up the excess cholesterol in the blood and takes it back to the liver for breakdown and removal from the body, hence lowering the risk of heart disease.
LDL (low-density lipoprotein) is referred to as Bad Cholesterol because it comprises Saturated and trans fats which start accumulating on the artery walls leading to the narrowing of arteries and hence increasing the risk of heart diseases/ stroke.
5. How do you know if you have high cholesterol?
Ans - To know the levels of cholesterol in a body, one can get it checked through a lipid profile test. Also, a deep understanding and observation of one's body can provide an indication of high cholesterol. Persistently high Blood Pressure, Obesity, Foul odor of sweat, Improper complexion and glow of skin, and excessive exhaustion on mild exertion are some of the symptoms which are indicative of high cholesterol levels in a body.
6. What health conditions cause high cholesterol ?
Ans - Sedentary lifestyle, Obesity, Poor Diet, Lack of physical activity, Type 2 Diabetes, Fatty liver, Alcoholic Liver Disease, Smoking & Kidney Disorders are some of the health conditions that result in High Cholesterol.
7. What foods to avoid if you have high cholesterol?
Ans - Excessive consumption of fried food, oily food, fast food, packed food items, processed meats, sweets, desserts, cakes, butter, ghee (except cow ghee), palm oil, and full-fat dairy items should be avoided to maintain a healthy lipid profile.
8. How to lower cholesterol naturally?
Ans - Avoid alcohol and tobacco, Consume fibrous fruits and vegetables, Exercise regularly, Eat timely, Reduce negative emotions, Practice Yoga and Meditation, Maintain blood sugar levels, and consume natural herbal supplements like Cholesto Savior.
9. How often should I get my cholesterol checked?
Ans - A Lipid Profile Test can be done after every 6 months in a healthy individual but in the case of patients suffering from liver diseases and associated conditions, it is recommended to get a lipid profile done every 3-to 4 months.
10. Can Ayurveda treat high cholesterol?
Ans - Ayurveda is definitely a ray of hope in treating complications of high cholesterol. Ayurvedic herbs like Gudmaar, Fenugreek, Nisha, Amalaki, etc possess antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, liver stimulatory, and fat-burning properties that help in weight reduction and maintain healthy cholesterol levels in a body

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