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Product Description

Arjuna belongs to a combretaceae family and is a highly potential cardioprotective agent. An ayurvedic remedy for various ailments, Terminalia Arjuna is simply known among people as Arjuna. This herb is being used by doctors who practice Ayurvedic healing. With its excellent bioactive constituents, the herb can exhibit various medicinal and physiological activities.

This herb is native to India and can also be found in other countries like Sri Lanka and Myanmar. The tree can grow up to a height of 27 meters. The bark of the tree consists of phenolic constituents, flavones, glycosides, b-sitosterol, oligomeric proanthocyanidins and tannins.

What is Arjuna used for?

It is used for a number of healing therapies like congestive heart failure, hypertension, and dyslipidemia and also for angina pain. It has excellent antioxidant cardiovascular properties. The drug has also shown to be effective in ischemic cardiomyopathy.

The bark of this tree is very useful in treating ulcers, fractures, diabetes, cardiotheraphy, leukorrhea, cirrhosis and anemia. The bark ashes have been recommended to use against snake bites and scorpion sting.

Few people swallow the juice as an antacid while a few other people consume the bark powder along with washed rice water so as to treat the blood in the urine. It has innumerable health benefits like healing wounds, curing headache, killing worms in teeth, alleviating earaches.

How to take Arjuna?

The herb is indicated for oral administration. For treating congestive heart failure, 500 mg of the powdered bark can be taken every eight hours each day.

In order to treat chest pain after a heart attack, take 500 mg of the powdered bark every eight hours daily. The herbal medication can be taken for up to three months or can be taken as advised by the physician. Take the drug after you get prescribed Arjuna upon consultation from the doctor.

Side effects of Arjuna

It is considered unsafe during pregnancy, therefore pregnant and breastfeeding women are instructed to refrain from using this herb. The herb can affect the blood sugar levels, therefore the existing diabetic medications will have to be adjusted accordingly.

Interactions with other drugs

Interactions with this product currently lacks proper medical reports. Hence, it is important to consult a reputed health care professional before using this herbal medication.

Inform the physician of all the medicines you are taking including other prescription drugs, over the counter pills or any other vitamin or herbal supplements so as to enable the doctor carefully assess your medical condition and prescribe the herbal medicine in the appropriate dosage strength.

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