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Allium sativum
Alium sativum initiates a cleansing action in the body and promotes peristalsis, which loosens and helps wash out fats. One of the biggest bottle necks in weight loss is the difficulty of the system to break down the larger clumps of fat in different parts of the body. Allium sativum helps in the breaking down of such clumps and thus initiates a process of easy weight loss
Commiphora mukul
Described by ayurvedic texts and validated by several clinical tests as being very useful for treating obesity, Commiphora mukul helps to burn and reduce fat deposits and alleviates other fat disorders that cause coating or obstruction of channels in the body. It is also shown to lower cholesterol levels.
Cyperus rotundus
In ayurveda, the digestive system is referred to as a metabolic fire that needs to continuously burn for the body to be maintained healthy. A reduction of the metabolic fire leads to indigestion and blockage of channels and the channel blockage leads to obesity. Cyperus rotundus has been traditionally used as a fuel for this digestive fire. In other words, it improves the digestive system and boosts metabolism.
Vrikshamla (Garcinia cambogia)
The vrikshamla fruit is rich in phytonutrients like anthocyanins, Hydroxycitric Acid (HCA), fatty acids and garcinol. Vrikshamla is known to suppress appetite and instigate a reduced calorie intake. This is due to the fact that the HCA in vrikshamla helps to increase the glycogen and serotonin levels in the body, which in turn stimulates the glucoreceptors in the liver, thereby giving a feeling of satiety. This implies easier appetite control and consequently aids weight loss. The HCA in vrikshamla also prevents the conversion of excess glucose to fat, thereby reducing the cholesterol and tryglyceride levels in the body. The anthocyanins in vrikshamla reduce gastric activity which in turn reduces acidity. In addition to this, Vrikshalma has historically been known as an anti carcinogenic and anti ulcer agent.