In ayurveda, simple means are often used, the useful properties of which seemingly are known to everyone, but preparing medicines in a certain way, according to the ancient recipe, ayurveda reveals the full potential of the plant, which helps to assimilate the body all the necessary trace elements and valuable plant qualities.
Lasuna balances coronary function, prevents the accumulation of cholesterol on the walls of the coronary arteries. The active ingredient is Lasuna concentrate (Indian garlic). In ayurveda simple means are often used, the useful properties of which seemingly are known to everyone, but preparing drugs in a certain way, according to the ancient recipe, ayurveda reveals the full potential of the plant, which helps to assimilate the body all the necessary trace elements and valuable plant qualities.
Therapeutic properties of the drug Lasuna Himalaya
Antihyperlipidemic: Lasuna (Himalaya) lowers cholesterol, lipids in the blood plasma, because it stops the biosynthesis of cholesterol and thereby prevents the development of atherosclerosis (accumulation of lipids on the inner layer of the artery wall). Allicin reduces the level of total lipids, phospholipids, triglycerides and total cholesterol in the blood serum and in the hepatic.
Antihypertensives: Lasuna promotes vasodilation, and vasodilation relaxes the blood vessels, so blood moves through them easily, and, accordingly, the pressure exerted by blood on the walls of the arteries decreases. When calcium channels are closed, cardiac output decreases due to less frequent contractions of the heart muscle. This has a positive effect on lowering blood pressure.
Antithrombotic: Lasuna raises fibrinolytic activity of blood serum and prevents platelet aggregation. Adenosine, alliin, allicin and allicin conversion products help to inhibit platelet adhesion and aggregation. Due to such properties, Lasuna is an excellent assistant in the fight against atherosclerosis of coronary arteries, coronary heart disease, peripheral vascular diseases and other vascular diseases.
Expectorants: Lasuna is traditionally used for respiratory diseases (asthma, bronchitis). The herb contains sulfur compounds, which determine the mucolytic and expectorant effect.
Digestive: Lasuna helps in the treatment of dyspepsia, as it stimulates the peristalsis and secretion of digestive juices. She also removes flatulence.
Concentrate “Lasuna”, prepared in a certain way, according to an ancient recipe, reveals the full potential of the plant, helps to assimilate the body all the necessary trace elements and valuable plant qualities.
The action of the drug “Lasuna” is a powerful tool for lowering cholesterol in the blood, strengthening blood vessels and fighting parasites.
How does “Lasuna” affect the human body?
Balances the coronary function;
Prevents the accumulation of cholesterol on the walls of the coronary arteries;
Stabilizes the level of blood pressure;
Regulates the level of lipids in the plasma, platelets, blood sugar level;
Indications for use:
Susceptibility to increased blood cholesterol levels (for those who have a positive family history and / or sedentary lifestyle).
Garlic prevents the deposition of cholesterol plaques on the walls of blood vessels and helps maintain a normal coronary function. Garlic contains calcium, phosphorus and iron. There is a small amount of iodine, chlorine and sulfur, as well as allisatin and allicin.
Mode of application:
1 – 2 capsules twice a day, after meals. The reception of Lasuna for several weeks gives long-term results on strengthening the body.
Individual intolerance of the components of the drug, pregnancy and lactation.