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Say NO to unnecessary Bypass Surgery - Lahore

  • Country: Pakistan
  • City: Lahore
  • Contact Number: 03214123465
  • Posted on: August 11, 2015
  • Price: Rs.1800



Procardin is an ideal combination of following unique & different Herbs.


Reishi Mushroom (Ganoderma Lucidum)
Sea Buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides)
Lyceum Barbarum (Gigi)
Allium Sativum (Garlic)
Nattokinase (Produce Through Fermentayion)
Apple Phenols
Sea Buckthorn and Heart Disease:

A recent review of scientific data suggests that sea buckthorn may have beneficial effects on heart disease.

Sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) (Procardin)is found throughout Europe and Asia, particularly eastern Europe and central Asia. Traditionally, the plant’s orange fruit and the oil from its pulp and seeds have been used to treat dermatological conditions, coughing, congestion and digestive disorders.

The results of the recent review, published in the Journal of Functional Foods, suggest that sea buckthorn(Procardin) may help prevent and treat heart disease. Preliminary evidence, according to the authors, suggests that sea buckthorn may have cholesterol-lowering, antiatherogenic, and anti-blood clotting effects.

However, the authors noted that the reviewed studies had small sample sizes and were of short duration. Larger, well-designed trials are needed to confirm these early findings.


Natural Standard: The Authority on Integrative Medicine.
XU YJ, Kaur M, Dhillon RS, et al. Health benefits of sea buckthorn for the prevention of cardiovascular diseases. Journal of Functional Foods. 2011. doi:10.1016/j.jff.2011.01.001.


barbarum berry and juice has long been used as antioxidants. L. barbarum berry contains significant amounts of the well-studied antioxidant carotenoid zeaxanthin.
1: It has been found that carotenoid intake also reduces the risk of certain forms of cardiovascular disease, stroke, and cancer.

2: Polysaccharides, isolated from L. barbarum berry, also have been reported to have antioxidant activity.

3: Antioxidant polysaccharides from L. barbarum berry have been reported to help protect against liver damage by reducing oxidative stress in laboratory studies.

4: L. barbarum berry is used traditionally in blood sugar regulation. To support this use, a laboratory animal study found that administration of L. barbarum berry polysaccharide for 3 weeks improved insulin resistance and lipid profile in rats that were non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM).

5: The authors concluded that the mechanism of blood glucose balance might be involved in increasing cell-surface level of GLUT4, improving GLUT4 trafficking and intracellular insulin signaling.

6: Another 10 day laboratory animal study found that 3 different extracts of L. barbarum berry (a fruit/water decoction, crude polysaccharide extract and purified polysaccharide fraction) significantly reduced blood glucose levels and serum total cholesterol (TC) and triglyceride (TG) concentrations and at same time markedly increase high density lipoprotein cholesterol levels.

7: In vitro studies report that L. barbarum extracts also seem to inhibit the growth of and cause apoptosis in certain cancer cell lines, increase macrophage phagocytosis, increase IL-2 expression reduce lipid peroxidation.

8: The studies showed that pre-treatment using L. barbarum polysaccharides effectively protected neurons against A beta-induced apoptosis by reducing the release of lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) and by reducing the activity of both caspase-3 and -2, but not caspase-8 and -9.

Procardin Honey:

Honey Reduces Heart Disease Risk
Eating honey can lower the risk of heart disease, according to a preliminary study published in the Journal of Medicinal Food (2004;1:100–7). The beneficial effect of honey occurred despite the fact that two of its constituents (sucrose and fructose) are known to have a negative effect on heart disease risk factors.
Made by honeybees, honey’s sweet taste comes from the three sugars that are its primary constituents: sucrose, glucose, and fructose. A diet high in table sugar (sucrose) is known to increase the risk of obesity, insulin resistance, and high blood pressure. Sucrose also reduces the levels of beneficial HDL cholesterol and increases triglyceride levels. Fructose has similar effects to those of sucrose. Honey is a complex food; aside from sugars, it contains a number of potentially beneficial enzymes, amino acids, pigments, pollen, wax, and traces of nutrients from both bees and plants. It is known to have wound-healing and antibacterial properties, and some studies have suggested that eating honey can reduce blood levels of some markers that are linked to an increased risk of heart disease.

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