Guggul also refers to the resin formed from the sap of the guggul tree, which has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for over two thousand years. Guggul is known by the Sanskrit name “Guggulu,” which means, “protects from disease”

Benefits of Guggul

Promotes detoxification and rejuvenation
Purifies the blood
Helps maintain healthy cholesterol levels already within the normal range*
Kindles agni (digestive fire)
Promotes healthy weight management
Supports comfortable movement of the joints
Is a natural source of antioxidants
Supports the immune system
Helps engender vibrant, healthy skin
Supports a regular menstrual cycle

Guggul has therapeutic and subtle and penetrating qualities and because of this is considered a yogavahi, and as such it is often employed specifically to carry other substances deep into the tissues. It facilitates combinations with other herbs and actually lends direction to its powerful detoxifying and rejuvenating qualities. Guggul pacifies vata, pitta, and kapha, though it is especially renowned for alleviating vata aggravations. Guggul has an affinity for all of the tissues in the body as well as the circulatory, digestive, nervous, and respiratory systems. Guggul is very ama scraping, which enables it to clear toxins from the tissues and channels while rejuvenating them.

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