Lasuna

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Ayurveda often uses simple tools, useful properties of which are seemingly known to all, however, preparing medications in a certain way, according to an ancient recipe, Ayurveda reveals the full potential of the plant that helps the body to absorb all the essential trace elements and valuable qualities of the plant.

Antihyperlipidemic properties of Lasuna from Himalaya company include the reduction of cholesterol and lipids in blood plasma, as it stops the biosynthesis of cholesterol and thus prevents the development of atherosclerosis (accumulation of lipids on the inner layer of the artery wall). Also it reduces levels of total lipids, phospholipids, triglycerides and total cholesterol in the serum and in the liver. The reception of Lasuna is especially useful for those who lead a sedentary life, or whose work involves long hours of being in a sitting position.

Lasuna tones the heart muscle and has anti-thrombotic properties: increases fibrinolytic activity of blood serum and inhibits platelet aggregation. Due to this Lasuna Himalaya is a great helper in the fight against coronary atherosclerosis, ischemic heart disease, peripheral vascular disease and other vascular diseases.

Properties of medicinal plants

Antihyperlipidemic: Lasuna (Himalaya) reduces the level of cholesterol, lipids in plasma, because it stops the biosynthesis of cholesterol and thus prevents the development of atherosclerosis (accumulation of lipids on the inner layer of the artery wall). Allicin reduces levels of total lipids, phospholipids, triglycerides and total cholesterol in serum and liver;

Antihypertensive: Lasuna promotes vasodilation and vasodilation relaxes the blood vessels, so blood moves through them more easily, and, consequently, the pressure exerted by the blood against the artery walls is reduced. At the closing of calcium channels, cardiac output decreases due to the less frequent contractions of the heart muscle. It has a positive impact on reducing blood pressure;

Anti-thrombotic: Lasuna increases fibrinolytic activity of blood serum and inhibits platelet aggregation. Adenosine, alliin, and the transformation products of allicin contribute to the inhibition of adhesion and aggregation of platelets. Due to such properties of Lasuna, the drug is a great helper in the fight against coronary atherosclerosis, ischemic heart disease, peripheral vascular disease and other vascular diseases;

Expectorants: Lasuna is traditionally used for respiratory diseases (asthma, bronchitis). The herb contains sulfur compounds, which are responsible for its mucolytic and expectorant action;

Digestive: Lasuna helps in the treatment of dyspepsia as it stimulates peristaltic action and the secretion of digestive juices. It also relieves flatulence.

Method of application: 1 – 2 capsules twice day, after meals. The reception of Lasuna for several weeks gives long-term results for strengthening the body.