Commiphora mukul- Guggul Tincture
Guggul is a crucial herb in Ayurvedic medicine. Much as Chinese medicine deals with yin and yang, Ayurveda recognizes 3 primary doshas, or vital energies: pitta, kapha, and vata. Guggul is considered to be tridoshic, meaning its own energy is balanced between these three forces. It is prized for its ability to promote wellness by balancing the three doshas within the body. Guggul stimulates pitta (circulation, drive, and metabolic function), and regulates kapha (fluid aspects) and vata (nerve aspects). Guggul is commonly used with other Ayurvedic herbs thought to promote overall vibrancy. It is said to clear toxins, reduce inflammation, support balanced cholesterol levels, and promote healthy thyroid function.
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