Guggul also known as  Commiphora Mukul is a plant that has been used in the Indian Ayurveda medicine for thousands of years. It has been praised for its anti-inflammatory properties, which make it both an effective treatment for conditions like asthma and gastritis as well as an effective supplement to improve skin health and recovery time after workouts. Guggul is a wonderful herb known for its anti-inflammatory properties. 

As an immune system booster, it helps to improve blood flow and circulation, which can prevent colds and fevers. Guggul is praised for its anti-inflammatory properties. It has been found to lower cholesterol, aid in the treatment of acne and psoriasis, and even reduce body fat. 

Guggul, a botanical native to India and Pakistan, is praised for its anti-inflammatory properties. This beneficial plant aids in the treatment of skin disorders like acne and eczema as well as gastrointestinal issues such as ulcers and colitis.


Guggul made from the sap (gum resin) of the Commiphora mukul tree on India’s western coast has been used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years to treat conditions such as arthritis and skin conditions. Studies have shown guggul to have applications in the treatment of high cholesterol, obesity and other metabolic syndromes. 
Guggul is a balsam obtained from the Commiphora mukul tree that grows in India and Africa. It has been used for over 2,000 years in Ayurvedic medicine as an anti-inflammatory and to promote weight loss, among other treatments.

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Commiphora mukul tree is native to the arid regions of India. It produces a fragrant, waxy, cream colored exudate called guggul that has been used for centuries in traditional medicine. Guggul is known as an Ayurvedic herb with multiple benefits for your health, including dietary supplementation and normalizing cholesterol levels

Guggul (Commiphora wightii) is a tree that grows in tropical and subtropical regions of Asia. Guggul contains substances that lower cholesterol and triglycerides, making it useful in the treatment of obesity, high cholesterol, diabetes and certain female disorders. Guggul is rich in cholesterol-lowering substances called guggulsterones (or simply guggul), which are found exclusively in the gummy resin of the mukhur tree of India. These substances work to lower low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels, while doing nothing to change high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol levels or triglycerides. 

Guggul is a herb that comes from a tropical tree in India. It seems to work about as well as the antibiotic tetracycline in the treatment of nodulocystic acne. Both treatments decrease pain, swelling, and redness (inflammation), and the number of acne outbreaks. Guggul also has anti-inflammatory effects, which may help fight breakouts by attacking the bacteria causing them. Guggul helps to treat acne and reduce inflammation. It is derived from the Indian tree Commiphora wightii. Guggul has been used since ancient times in India, China, and Pakistan as a treatment for skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. Sufficient research shows that guggul may also help to clear nodulocystic acne, especially when used in combination with tetracycline.

Guggul might slightly reduce weight. Some research suggests that taking a combination of guggul, phosphate, hydroxycitric acid, and L-tyrosine, along with exercise and a reduced-calorie diet, might slightly reduce weight. However, most other research suggests that guggul does not affect body weight in overweight or obese people.