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- Product Code: HIMA094
- Weight: 60.00 Gram(s)
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Latin Name Allium sativum (Linn.)
English Name Garlic
Sanskrit / Indian Name Lasuna
The volatile oil contains allicin (diallyl thiosulphinate), an active odorous principle in Garlic.
The extracts of Allium sativum bulb and compound preparation possess pharmacodynamic properties. The extract of garlic was found to have a significant protective action against a fat induced increase in serum cholesterol and plasma fibrinogen and in fibrinolytic activity.
It is used as a carminative, aphrodisiac, expectorant and stimulant. It possesses anti-inflammatory, antiarthritic, hypolipidemic, anticoagulant, hypoproteinemic, hypocholesteremic, antibacterial, antifungal, antihypertensive and hypoglycemic action. It increases prothrombin time and fibrinolytic action. It is used in dermatophytosis, cough, febrifuge, in intermittent fever, earache, dyspepsia, flatulence, colic, reduction of mineralization and antifertility. It is also used as a rubefacient, hepatoprotective and anti-androgenic.
The platelet and hypolipidemic activities of Lasuna ensures smooth coronary function.
It is used in
1 capsule twice a day after meals with water.
Please maintain an hour's gap between intake of our products and other allopathic drugs.
The chromatograph is representative of the quality and consistency of the drug. Every single capsule of Himalaya Pure Herbs has identical chromatographs, indicative of highest standards of quality maintained by us. The pure herb bought by you anywhere in the world provides you with the same goodness.
Bordia, A. and Bansal, H.C., Essential oil of garlic in prevention of atherosclerosis, Lancet, 1973, ii, 1491.
Bordia, A. et. al., Effect of essential oil of garlic on serum cholesterol, plasma fibrinogen, whole blood, coagulation time and fibrinolutic activity in alimentary lipidemia, J. Assoc. Phys., India, 1974, 22: 267.
Malhotra, S.C. Edr., Pharmacological Investigations of Certain Medicinal Plants and Compound Formulations Used in Ayurveda and Siddha, CCRAS, New Delhi, 1996, 213.