Heart health  &  Normalize blood pressure

Heart health & Normalize blood pressure

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Useful properties:  strengthen the immune system and keep blood pressure, cholesterol levels, heart rate within normal limits and peripheral blood circulation, normalize heart rate.

Dosage : one capsule 1-2 times daily or as directed by the physician


A natural way to take care of your heart and keep it healthy, our vegan Heart Health pills contain Terminalia arjuna (Arjun), Bacopa monnieri (Brahmi), Centella asiatica (Mandookparni), Onosma bracteatum (Gaozaban), Convolvulus pluricaulis (Shankhpushpi), Terminalia chebula (Haritaki), Valeriana wallichii (Tagar), Inula racemosa (Pushkarmool), Celastrus paniculatus (Jyotishmati), Curcuma longa (Haldi), Glycyrrhiza glabra (Mulethi), Moringa oleifera (Shigru).

  • ❖  Terminalia arjuna has good medicinal properties. It acts as a cardiotonic. It is helpful to lower down the blood pressure and pulse rate. It was effective in causing significant decrease in serum TC and LDL level.

  • ❖  Brahmi has been mentioned in several ancient Ayurvedic treatises including the ‘Charaka Samhita’ since sixth century AD, in which it is recommended in formulations as a diuretic and as an energizer for the nervous system and the heart. It has immunostimulatory properties & cardiovascular and smooth muscle relaxant effects.

  • ❖  Mandookparni is widely used as a blood purifier as well as for treating high blood pressure. The presence of kaempferol in Mandookparni prevents arteriosclerosis by the inhibition of LDL oxidation.

  • ❖  Gaozaban is used as a memory and an immunity enhancer. It is useful in relieving the functional palpitation of the heart. Extract of O. bracteatum lowers the blood pressure, depresses the heart and causes vasoconstriction.

  • ❖  Shankhpushpi improves strength. It is helpful in heart disease. It reduces high blood pressure. The roots of Shankhpushpi have been used to reduce total serum cholesterol, triglycerides.

  • ❖  T. chebula is a highly potent antioxidant, which may be responsible for its immunomodulatory activity. It prevents cardiac damage. T. chebula demonstrated its ‘antispasmodic’ properties by the reduction of abnormal blood pressure. Treatment with T. chebula and its combination with gomutra decreases the Cholesterol, Triglyceride, VLDL-C, LDL-C, Atherogenic index and increase in HDL-C in serum.

  • ❖  Results indicate that antispasmodic and hypotensive effects of Valeriana wallichii, which justify its use in gastrointestinal and cardiovascular

disorder. Valeriana spp. Exhibits biological activities such as lowering blood

pressure and heart rate.

  • ❖  Pushkarmool is used in Ayurveda as an immune modulator. In ayurveda

    Inula Racemosa is a useful drug for the heart. Besides this it also has anti-atherosclerotic, anticoagulant, anti-infarction, hypo-lipidemic & hypotensive properties. Pretreatment with I. racemosa extract improved cardiac function by increasing the heart rate, mean arterial pressure, contractility and relaxation along with decreasing left ventricular end diastolic pressure.

  • ❖  It improves cardiac output, hence used for brachycardia. C. paniculatus seeds were found to have hypolipidemic and antioxidant activity.

  • ❖  Curcumin has been shown to be a potent immunomodulatory agent. Curcumin has antioxidant and antiinammatory activities that offer promise in the treatment of cardiovascular disease. Studies documented that Haldi and its active constituents could reduce blood pressure.

  • ❖  Mulethi is reported to have immunostimulant properties.

  • ❖  Moringa was reported to have immune-stimulant properties. It acts as a

    cardiac tonic. It promotes healthy circulation. It also helps lower cholesterol


Each Hpmc vegan 750 mg capsule contains

Name of Ingredient Latin Name
Qnty. Mg
Arjun Terminalia arjuna
150 mg
Brahmi Bacopa monnieri
100 mg
Mandookparni Centella asiatica
100 mg
Gaozaban Onosma bracteatum
50 mg
Shankhpushpi Convolvulus pluricaulis
50 mg
Haritaki Terminalia chebula
50 mg
Tagar Valeriana wallichii
25 mg
Pushkarmula Inula racemoa 50 mg

Jyotishmati Celastrus paniculatus
25 mg
Haldi Curcuma longa 50 mg

Mulethi Glycyrrhiza glabra 50 mg

Shigru Moringa oleifera 50 mg

  • 1. Terminalia arjuna :

    Parul Namdev, Rajinder K Gupta : Herbal green tea formulation using Withania somnifera stems, Terminalia arjuna bark, Cinnamon bark and Tinospora cordifolia stems and nutritional & phytochemical

analysis. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 2015; 4(2):

Ved Prakash 1*, Vijay kumar Sehgal 1, Vijay Kumar Bajaj 1,

Harcharan Singh 2 : To Compare the Effects of Terminalia Arjuna with Rosuvastatin on Total Cholesterol and Low Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol. Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2016 | https://doi.org/10.19056/ijmdsjssmes/2016/v5i1/83576.

2. Bacopa monnieri (Brahmi) :

  • ●  Devendra, Patel Saurabh Shankar, Birwal Preeti, Basu Santanu, Deshmukh Gajanan and Datir Rupesh : Brahmi (Bacopa monnieri) as functional food ingredient in food processing industry. ~ 189 ~ Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 2018; 7(3): 189-194.

  • ●  Sebastian Aguiarcorresponding author and Thomas Borowski : Neuropharmacological Review of the Nootropic Herb Bacopa monnieri. Rejuvenation Res. 2013 Aug; 16(4): 313–326.
    doi: 10.1089/rej.2013.1431.

  • ●  Ali Esmail Al-Snafi : The pharmacology of Bacopa monniera. A Review. International Journal of Pharma Sciences and Research (IJPSR). Vol 4 No 12 Dec 2013.

    3. Centella asiatica (Mandookparni) :

  • ●  Kashmira J. Gohil,* Jagruti A. Patel, and Anuradha K. Gajjar1 : Pharmacological Review on Centella asiatica: A Potential Herbal Cure-all. Indian J Pharm Sci. 2010 Sep-Oct; 72(5): 546–556.
    doi: 10.4103/0250-474X.78519.

  • ●  Shamala Salvamani ,1 Baskaran Gunasekaran,1 Noor Azmi Shaharuddin ,1 Siti Aqlima Ahmad ,1 and Mohd Yunus Shukor 1 : Antiartherosclerotic Effects of Plant Flavonoids. Volume 2014 |Article ID 480258 | 11 pages | https://doi.org/10.1155/2014/480258.

    4. Onosma bracteatum (Gaozaban) :

Badruddeen, Sheeba Fareed, HEfazat H. Siddiqui, Syed E. Haque, Mohammad Khalid, Juber Akhtar : Psychoimmunomodulatory Effects of Onosma bracteatum Wall. (Gaozaban) on Stress Model in Sprague

Dawley Rats. Year : 2012 | Month : September | Volume : 6 | Issue : 7

| Page : 1356 - 1360. Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. *Mohd. Nafees Khan, Mohd. Tariq, Jamal Akhtar and Maqbool

Ahmad Khan : STUDY OF A CONTROVERSIAL UNANI DRUG GAOZABAN- A REVIEW. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, Volume 7, Issue 6, 213-223.

5. Convolvulus pluricaulis (Shankhpushpi) :

  • ●  Pawan Jalwal, Balvinder Singh, Jyoti Dahiya, Sonia Khokhara : A comprehensive review on shankhpushpi a morning glory. The Pharma Innovation Journal 2016; 5(1): 14-18.

  • ●  Syed Waseem Bihaqi1*, Suhaib Ibrahim Alkhamaiseh2, Manisha Tiwari3 : Convolvulus pluricaulis as a Cognition Booster: Relevance to Alzheimer’s Disease. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Research 2016; 8(2): 68-74.

    6. Terminalia chebula (Haritaki) :

  • ●  Pranoti Belapurkar,* Pragya Goyal, and Preeti Tiwari-Barua : Immunomodulatory Effects of Triphala and its Individual Constituents: A Review. Indian J Pharm Sci. 2014 Nov-Dec; 76(6): 467–475.


  • ●  Anwesa Bag, Subir Kumar Bhattacharyya, and Rabi Ranjan Chattopadhyay* : The development of Terminalia chebula Retz. (Combretaceae) in clinical research. Asian Pac J Trop Biomed. 2013 Mar; 3(3): 244–252. doi: 10.1016/S2221-1691(13)60059-3.


7. Valeriana wallichii (Tagar) :

  • ●  Harish Kumar Singhal, Neetu. A comprehensive review on Tagara (Valeriana wallichii). Ayurpharm Int J Ayur Alli Sci. 2013;2(5):144-150.

  • ●  Heng-Wen Chen, 1 Ben-Jun Wei, 2 Xuan-Hui He, 3 Yan Liu, 4 and Jie Wang 1 , : Chemical Components and Cardiovascular Activities of Valeriana spp. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2015; 2015: 947619. Published online 2015 Dec 16. doi: 10.1155/2015/947619.

    8. Inula racemosa (Pushkarmool) :

  • ●  Haleema Bano1*, Javeed I.A. Bhat1, F.A. Lone1, Faisal Noor2,M. Ashraf Bhat3 and Nageena Nazir4 : Effect of Phytohormones and Other Dormancy Breaking Chemicals on Seed Germination of Inula racemosa Hook F. – A Critically Endangered Medicinal Plant of North Western Himalaya. Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci (2019) 8(3): 866-876

  • ●  Deepak Ekka1*, Swati Dubey2 and Saroj Parhate3 : Effect of Pushkarmoola (InulaRacemosa)churna in Hridshoola w.s.r. to Angina. Int J Ayu Pharm Chem 2017 Vol. 7 Issue 2.

  • ●  Ojha, Shreesh & Bharti, Saurabh & Sharma, Ashok & Rani, Neha & Bhatia, Jagriti & Kumari, Santosh & Arya, Dharamvir. (2011). Effect of Inula racemosa root extract on cardiac function and oxidative stress against isoproterenol-induced myocardial infarction. Indian journal of biochemistry & biophysics. 48. 22-8.

    9. Celastrus paniculatus (Jyotishmati) :

  • ●  Rajesh Kumar Mishra et al: Jyotismati (Celastrus paniculatus Willd.) An Important Medicinal Plant Of Ayurveda. International Ayurvedic Medical Journal {online} 2019 {cited August, 2019} Available from: http://www.iamj.in/posts/images/upload/1392_1398.pdf.

  • ●  Yogesh A. Kulkarni,1 Sneha Agarwal,1 and Mayuresh S. Garud1 : Effect of Jyotishmati (Celastrus paniculatus) seeds in animal models of pain and inflammation. J Ayurveda Integr Med. 2015 Apr-Jun; 6(2): 82–88. doi: 10.4103/0975-9476.146540.

    10.Curcuma longa (Haldi) :

  • ●  Jagetia, Ganesh & Aggarwal, Bharat. (2007). “Spicing Up” of the Immune System by Curcumin. Journal of clinical immunology. 27. 19-35. 10.1007/s10875-006-9066-7.

  • ●  Xin-Fang Leong : The Spice for Hypertension: Protective Role of Curcuma Longa. DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.13005/bpj/1555.

    11.Glycyrrhiza glabra (Mulethi) :

Kaur R, Kaur H and Dhindsa AS: Glycyrrhiza glabra: A Phytopharmacological Review. Int J Pharm Sci Res 2013: 4(7); 2470-2477. doi: 10.13040/IJPSR. 0975-8232.4(7).2470-77.

12.Moringa oleifera (Shigru) :

  • ●  Ibrahim Salameh Al-Majali,corresponding author1 Sawsan Atallah Al-Oran,2 Mona Rushdie Hassuneh,2 Haitham Naief Al-Qaralleh,3 Walid Abu Rayyan,4 Osama Yosef Al-Thunibat,5 Eyad Mallah,6 Ahmed Abu-Rayyan,7 and Shadi Salem8,9 : Immunomodulatory effect of Moringa peregrina leaves, ex vivo and in vivo study. Cent Eur J Immunol. 2017; 42(3): 231–238.

    Published online 2017 Oct 30. doi: 10.5114/ceji.2017.70964.

  • ●  Prakash Sanjay1 *and Dwivedi K.N.2 : Shigru (Moringa Oleifera

    Lam.): A Critical Review. Sanjay and Dwivedi,Int J Ayu Pharm Chem 2015 Vol. 3 Issue 1.

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