Benefits of Guggulu

Guggul flower Mukul is the common name of the myrrh tree (Commiphora Mukul). It is a small, thorny tree that is most commonly found in the dry climate of the states of Rajasthan and Gujarat in India. 1, 2 Guggul also refers to the resin made from the sap of the guggul tree, which has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for more than two thousand years. 3 Guggul is known by the Sanskrit name “Guggulu”, which means, “prevents from disease” 4 and because banyan offers herbs according to their Sanskrit names, guggul is introduced as guggul. There are several varieties of guggul—each with different uses—determined in part by the color and age of the gum. 1 It is said that the potency of Guggul lasts for 20 years. 4 Guggul is a very important herb in the Ayurvedic tradition and while it is rarely taken by itself, a whole class of medicines has been built around the use of guggul. 1 Banyan botanicals contain many of these traditional Ayurvedic formulations, known as Guggulu – compounds made from the base of pure guggul in a synergistic combination with others. Herb.

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