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Balance Ayurveda

Giloy Capsules

60 Ayurvedic capsules for immune support | Crafted from premium Giloy Stem | Pure and potent for your well-being | Single Herb Powerhouse

Giloy, scientifically known as Tinospora cordifolia, is a cherished herb in Ayurvedic tradition. It has been celebrated for centuries, and modern research validates its potential in promoting health.

Quantity: 60 Capsules

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Immune Support

Giloy is renowned for its immune-enhancing properties, helping your body stay resilient.

Antioxidant Power

It's rich in antioxidants, which combat oxidative stress and support overall well-being.

Anti-Inflammatory Effects

Research suggests that Giloy may have natural anti-inflammatory properties, contributing to a balanced immune response.

Detoxification

Giloy aids in detoxifying the body, promoting overall wellness.

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  • No Added Chemicals
  • 0% Adulturation
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  • No Side Effects
  • 100% Ayurvedic

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Jeyanthi, Rebecca, et al. "Tinospora cordifolia ethanolic extract ameliorates aflatoxin B1-induced hepatic damage: Involvement of HO-1/Nrf-2 and NF-κB signaling." Toxicon 188 (2020): 30-37. ↩

Jagetia, Ganesh Chandra, and B. B. Rao. "Evaluation of the antineoplastic activity of guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia) in Ehrlich ascites carcinoma bearing mice." Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin 25.11 (2002): 1482-1486. ↩

Sannegowda, Koyyala Vijay Kumar, et al. "The use of Tinospora cordifolia to mitigate bisphenol A-induced alterations in glucose homeostasis." Environmental toxicology and pharmacology 41 (2016): 70-74. ↩

Sharma, Ujjawal, et al. "Immunomodulatory active compounds from Tinospora cordifolia." Journal of ethnopharmacology 141.3 (2012): 918-926.