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India’s first Ayurvedic Medicine that is having HDL increasing properties

Introduction

Lipid is another word for "fat." (Please see the various meanings of fat.) A lipid is chemically defined as a substance that is insoluble in water and soluble in alcohol, ether, and chloroform.

Cholesterol and triglycerides are lipids. They serve as a source of fuel and are important constituent of the structure of cells.

Cholesterol content in the bloodstream is regulated by the liver. After a meal, cholesterol in the diet is absorbed from the small intestine and metabolized and stored in the liver. As the body requires cholesterol, it may be secreted by the liver.

When too much cholesterol is present in the body, it can build up in deposits called plaque along the inside walls of arteries, causing them to narrow

Low-density lipoproteins (LDL) contain a higher ratio of cholesterol to protein and are thought of as the “bad” cholesterol. Elevated levels of LDL lipoprotein increase the risk of heart disease, stroke, and peripheral artery disease, by helping form cholesterol plaque along the inside of artery walls. 

High-density lipoproteins (HDL) are made up of a higher level of protein and a lower level of cholesterol. These tend to be thought of as “good” cholesterol. The higher the HDL to LDL ratio, the better it is for the individual because such ratios can potentially be protective against heart disease, stroke, and peripheral artery disease.

Very low-density lipoproteins (VLDL) contain even less protein than LDL. VLDL like LDL has been associated with plaque deposits.

Triglycerides (a type of fat) may increase cholesterol-containing plaques if levels of LDL are high and HDL is low.

Total cholesterol score is the sum of HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol and 20% of triglycerides as determined by a blood test. A high score indicates an increased risk for developing cardiovascular disease and/or strokes.

Available treatment for increased lipids

Till now no medicine can claim that it can increase the level of HDL-c. Modern medicine as per available sources only can decrease LDL-c levels, VLDL-c and Triglycerides. So it is need of the medical science to invent something that can help in increasing HDL-c level. This increase the ratio between HDL and LDL level and chances of getting heart disease will be less.

Step towards achieving this goal 

Cardiwin D.S. -The Immense Success in Ayurveda

"The first Ayurvedic medicine that raise HDL (good cholesterol) Develpoed by the Baidyanath Research Foundation (BRF).”

 

Baidyanath is one of the oldest company in the field of Ayurveda, which established new achievements in Ayurveda. Recently, the Baidyanath Research Foundation developed Cardiwin DS. Since long time scientists were trying to create an Ayurvedic medicine that can enhance HDL (good cholesterol). In the year 2006, on a new formulation in Banaras Hindu University, clinical trials started and last year we have received reports from B.H.U.

The results were very encouraging. These reports found that Cardiwin D. S.  is helpful in reducing bad cholesterol (total cholesterol, triglycerides, LDL) and it can also increase HDL (good cholesterol). These findings proved to be a huge achievement not only for us but for the entire Ayurvedic world. We wanted that these results should be certified by some other worldwide recognized research center. For this we contacted Allahabad University for clinical trials. The reports of clinical trials that lasted for almost 1 year came asexpected. These reports established that Cardiwin D.S.  has the capability of enhancing HDL

The full report of Clinical Trials will be available at the following links very soon.

https://www.baidyanath.co.in/

https://www.ayurvedant.com/

Clinical trial at Banaras Hindu University (BHU)

In 2009 in BHU a clinical trial was done on Cardiwin – DS to see its “effect on prevention and management of Coronary Heart Disease.” In this trial there are 2 groups one is placebo treated and one is Cardiwin – DS treated. The Cardiwin – DS revealed cardioprotective as it enhanced HDL-c in those cases. Belowis the table for reference: 

Groups

No. of Cases

HDL-c (mg/dl)

Comp. Initial vs After 6 months

Initial

After 3 months

After 6 months

Placebo Treated

46

47.02

 

46.91

 

46.88

 

P>0.05

Cardiwin-N Treated

55

46.97

 

51.03

 

53.89

 

P<0.001

 

Clinical trial at Allahabad University 

To confirm the results another clinical trial was done on Cardiwin – DS to see “Estimation of HDL-c increasing mechanism of Cardiwin – DS.” There are 4 groups for which evaluation was done. 1st group had received only normal diet and no medicine, 2nd group had received only High fat diet and no medicine, 3rd group had received High fat diet with standard drug Atorvastatin and 4th group had received High fat diet with Cardiwin – DS. At the end of the trial following are the results obtained:

INITIAL

1 MONTH

2MONTH

3MONTH

Normal

GP I

21.33

22.83

21.50

22.33

HFD

GP II

17.8

16.5

17.3

14.2

HFD+STD

GP III

17.8

20.3

20.5

23.0

HFD+CARDWIN

GP IV

18.7

21.3

23.5

27.0

Conclusion

From above mentioned report results are positive and proved Cardiwin – DS’s HDL -c enhancing properties. Even if we compare it to standard drug Atorvastatin the results are better.


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