ANDRO G 30 caps - 100% PURE

ANDRO G 30 caps - 100% PURE
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Each capsule contains 100% Andrographis paniculata (organic) an important bitter herb known to be used in  26 Ayurvedic medicines and also in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) for it's cooling property and assistance to the Liver and immune system. It is a traditional herbal food used to reduce body heat. Always carry when travelling, for food poisoning, upset stomach, fevers, hot flushes, colds & Flu and sinus problems.   30 capsules - each 350mg
 
Those who haven't heard of it before, or have never tried it, should think about having some "Andro G" on hand,  just case any strain of Flu happens to come to town.
 

Andro - G

Herbal for Colds and flu, Sore Throat, Liver and Diarrhea

 

A herb growing in Asian villages is being sold as a popular flu remedy in the west. The botanical name of this herb is Andrographis Paniculata (Hempedu Bumi).

 

This herb has been studied for its wide range of therapeutic properties for liver protection, immune stimulating, anti-inflammatory, anti-fever as well as for clinical treatment of common colds, fever, sore throat and diarrhea. Also for cleansing the gastro-intestinal tract of viral and fungal infections, yeast, parasites and clogged feacal matter.

 

It's considered a herbal first aid kit offering relief from a whole range of disorders.  

In various studies, Andro G was shown to be superior to Milk Thistle in its liver protection and bile promoting properties.

 

The active constituents, the andrograholides act as strong antioxidants, protecting the liver and digestive system. Laboratory and clinical trials have demonstrated its effectiveness in cases of toxic liver damage, poor liver function and inflamed liver.

 

Together with its effects on the liver and digestion, Andro G also shown to prevent the build up of cholesterol in the circulatory system to a degree that is more substantial than fish oil.

 

It is particularly suited for those on high cholesterol diets. Traditionally, the herb is also used for high blood pressure and modern research has also confirmed itís gentle and safe action in relaxing the smooth muscles of the body's systems which can help hypertension and gastro-intestinal problems.

 

The global flu epidemic of 1918 was one of the most devastating infectious outbreaks in world history - more virulent even than the Black Death (Bubonic Plague) in the 17th century - killing 50 million people worldwide. No country escaped its onslaught but in India, an amazing herb, Andrographis paniculata, was credited with stopping the spread of the deadly virus.

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Source: SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENT ONLINE

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Traditionally, villages in the districts of Sivagangai and Dindigul in southern Tamil Nadu, used to depend on local healers during emergencies, or if time and resources permitted, the primary health centre (phc) or district hospital as snake bites are very common in this region. Today, all they do is reach into their own backyards. The siriyanangai leaf or Andro G, is plucked from Alagamma's herbal patch containing 5-6 varieties of plants with medicinal properties
These plants are mostly located  where the wastewater from the household collects, along the walls of the house or even inside unused tyres!
Siriyanangai (Andrographis paniculata) is very bitter. Alagamma hid that well, when she gave a leaf to this correspondent to chew. The bile rose, and the bitterness lingered for an hour. "It shows you have not been bitten by a snake in the last one hour,' remarked Alagamma. A person bitten by a snake doesn't feel the bitterness of siriyanangai ( Andro G )  till the poison in the system has been neutralised. 

A few weeks ago, Chinnamma's husband got bitten by the poisonous veriyan snake while grazing cattle. On hearing of it, she plucked a few siriyanangai leaves from the garden, and ground it with white garlic for internal consumption. She also ground periyanangai (Andrographos alata) leaves into a paste, the juice of which was applied on the wound. Within five minutes, her unconscious husband opened his eyes; an hour later, the bitter taste made him grimace, too. 

 

 

 

 


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