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1. Mukta Pishti 4 gm
2. Sangeyasava Pisti 10 gm
3. Akika pisti 5 gm
4. Giloy sat 10 gm
5. Yogendra Rasa 1 gm
6. Jaharmohara Pishti 5 gm
These medicines makes heart cholesterol free & removes blockages & clots from the coronary artery.
7. Hridayamrita Vati 40 gm
Best Ayurveda natural medicine for all kinds of Heart Diseases.
8. Arogyawardini Vati 40 gm
9. Arjuna Kwath 300 gm
Arjuna Kwath is a unique herbal preparation of Arjuna (terminalia Arjuna) which is cardiotonic & supports cardiovascular health.
Mode of Administration
Medicine No.1,2,3,4,5,6 - Mix all these five medicines together divide into 60 doses & take each half an hour before breakfast & dinner either with honey or warm water.
Medicine No.7,8 - 2 tablets. of each twice a day after breakfast & Dinner with luke-warm water.
Medicine No.9 - Boil one teaspoon of kwath with (one cup of milk + 3 cup of water) till it is reduced to one cup, & then strain it out & take it empty stomach in the morning & one hour before dinner.
Note - If the disease is serious, the quantity of Yogendra Rasa can be increased to 2-3 grams.
Precaution - Avoid Ghee, oil, fried items, refined flour, heavy and synthetic foods. Along with the medicine regularly practice pranayamas as suggested by Param Puj ya Swami Ramdevji Maharaj, at a slow pace.
Coronary artery disease (CAD), also called coronary heart disease, is the end result of the accumulation of plaque that builds up inside the coronary arteries. These arteries supply your heart muscle oxygen rich blood & the nutrients.
Factors such as Smoking, High blood pressure, High amounts of sugar in the blood due to insulin resistance or Diabetes, High amounts of certain fats & cholesterol in the blood damage the inner layers of the coronary arteries & hence the Coronary artery disease (CAD) starts.
When damage occurs, your body starts a managing process. Excess fatty tissues release compounds that promote this process. This managing causes plaque to build up where the arteries are damaged.
The buildup of plaque in the coronary arteries may start in childhood. Over time, plaque can narrow or completely block some of your coronary arteries. This reduces the flow of oxygen-rich blood to your heart muscle.