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Arjuna Remedies

Other Names: Arjuna, White Marudah, Arjun, Terminalia Arjuna
Traditional Usages: High Blood Pressure, Acne, Sex Stimulant, Heart Diseases, Piles, Bloody Diarrhea, Coiughs, Helps Remove Phlegm, Asthma, Heavy Menstrual Bleeding, Bronchitis,
Resources: India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar
Parts Used: Stem, Bark, Powder Extract

Arjuna - Herbal remedy for Gonorrhea: Take one 500 milligrams tablet once daily for two weeks. Available online from www.swanson.co.uk.

Arjuna – Herbal remedy for Heart Disease: Arjuna protects the heart, strengthens circulation and helps to maintain the tone and health of the heart muscle. It is also useful in stopping bleeding and helps healing after a heart attack. Take 500 milligrams tablet twice daily.
Arjuna is a cardio protective herbal remedy. Scientific studies show that is has beneficial effects in angina, heart disease, heart failure, edema, high cholesterol, gonorrhea, acne, wounds, blemishes, dysentery and wounds. The bark of this tree is high in Co-enzyme Q-10. thus helps in Cirrhosis of liver and reduces blood pressure. It provides a significant cardiac protection in myocardial infarction commonly known as heart attack. It helps in lowering cholesterol levels and maintaining it to normal levels. It  nourishes heart muscles, which is very helpful in regular expansion and contraction of the heart. It helps in both vasoconstriction as well as vasodilatation that make the vessels flexible there by making it very much helpful for proper functioning of circulatory system.
Clinical studies  conducted in coronary heart disease show that  arjuna bark extract at doses of 500 milligrams can be used  every 8 hours for up to 3 months. Available online from www.swanson.co.uk.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies


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