The main action of Viveka 01 is to combat hypercholesterolaemia and hypertriglyceridaemia in a completely natural way and without side effects.
However, this product is beneficial in many different ways, as proved by scientific researches. Viveka 01 can also be a antidiabetic, an anti-hepatic steatosis, a generic depurative. It also stimulates digestion and it’s a diuretic. It’s useful in case of diabetes, thanks to the great quantity of vitamins, minerals and trace elements; it can be used for water retention, to stimulate the immune system and to protect the organism from risk factors for cardiovascular diseases.
Hypercholesterolaemia, Hypertriglycedaemia, Obesity, Hepatic Steatosis, Hepatic Impairment, Depurative.
WHAT IT’S FOR
This dietary supplement has a very innovative formula and it’s suited for cases of Hyperlipaemia of various origins, Steatosis, Hepatic Impairment, Obesity-related Diseases and Metabolica Syndrome. It’s recommended for Diabetics type 2, because of its hypoglycemic, depurative, diuretic, anti-dyspeptic, antioxidant and cardioprotective actions.
Caigua (Cyclanthera Pedata) fruit, Birch (Betula Alba) buds and leaves, Dandelion (Taraxacum Officinalis) roots, Milk Thistle (Carduus Marianum) leaves, Barberry (Barberis Vulgaris) leaves and roots, Emblica (Phyllantus Emblica) fruit, Garcinia’s fruit skin (Garcinia Cambogia), Guggulu (Commiphora Mukul) resin, Artichoke (Cynara Scolymus) leaves, Chysantellum Americanum’s flower tops, Rosemary (Rosmarinum Officinalis) leaves and young sprouts, Java Tea’s branch tops (Orthosiphon Stamineus), Maitake mushroom (Grifola Frondosa).
Vial with 50 capsules inside.
The recommended dose is 1-2 capsules everyday, with a full glass of water. If it’s used for purifying purposes, take 2 capsules in the morning, or 1 capsule before the main meals.
CONTRAINDICATIONS AND SIDE EFFECTS
If taken with the recommended doses, there are no significant side effects reported.
PROPERTIES OF EACH INGREDIENT
This plant belongs to the Cucurbits family and it’s originally from Andean region. In those regions, this Caigua’s used by Curanderos to lower the level of blood cholesterol, thanks to its hypotensive effect and many other properties. Many scientific researches point out these benefic properties: it stops the accumulation of cholesterol and triglycereide, it’s antioxidant, antidiabetic, hypotensive. Several experimental studies have shown how Caigua is helpful for prevention of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular pathologies. A scientific research evidences that women in post-menopause age that took 1800 mg of Caigua a day, after 12 weeks, have shown a 22% reduction of the cholesterol level and a 33% reduction of the LDL level.
This tree is widespread in tempered and cold regions of the planet and it’s been used for centuries for medical purposes in Europe by using both its lymph and other parts of the plant. Its traditional usage includes the depurative, cholesterol-lowering and general tonic use. Other recent researches confirm these other properties of the Birch tree: anti-carcinogenic, immunostimulant, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, antiprotozoal, anti-inflammatory, analgesic,
This plant is already described in ancient medical treaties by Arabic doctors Rhazes and Avicenna, and it has been used for centurie as stimulator of hepato-biliary functions, depurative and for cases of dyspepsia and loss of appetite. It’s also a diuretic, cholagogue, eupeptic, blood purifying, anti-gout, anti-eczema, cholesterol lowering plant. Recently some studies confirmed its action as anti-rheumatic, antioxidant and atherogenic indices lower. It’s also beneficial for hepatic steatosis.
The Milk Thistle’s beneficial properties are already reported by the Ancient Egyptians. The lastes studies summarize its properties: antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antifibrotic, antiviral. This plant is effective and safe to combat non-alcoholic hepatic steatosi as showed by a double-blind trial. Several phytotherapic texts demonstrate its choleretic, cholagogue, hepatic detoxifier, lipid-lowering properties.
This plant has bitter-tonic, blood and liver purifying, hypotensive, diuretic,stomachic, eupeptic, urinary disinfectant, cholagogue, febrifuge, antibiotic and intestinal peristalsis stimulating properties.
This medical plant has been used for centuries and it’s certainly one of the most powerful between hundreds of plants traditionally used in Indian Ayurvedic Medicine and Unani medicine. Emblica is: cholesterol-lower, antiatherogenic, anticoagulant,antihypertensive, antioxidant, antiplatelet, vasodilator, cardioprotective, cardiac anti-ischaemic, hypoglycemic, hepatoprotective, febrifuge, analgesic, antimicrobial, diuretic, laxative. It also stops lipid from laying on the artherial tissue. According to some recent studies Emblica’s propertiest are very important in the prevention of canecrous diseases.
This plant from north-east Asia has a slimming, lipid-lowering, cholesterol-lowering action. It stimulates the hepatic glycogen storage disease, practicing an anorectic actiong and giving a feeling of satiety. Garcinia is an energetic hydragogue purgant. A recent study has demonstrated its capacity to inhibit the accumulation of VLDL and LDL. Animals who were administered Garcinia Cambogia showed a significant loss of weight only after 8 days.
This thorny shrub has been used for centuries in Indian Ayurvedic Medicine. A resin called Gugul is extracted from the shrub and has the capacity to stimulate the synthesis of bile, it’s cholesterol-lowering, anti-atherolsclerosis, antireumatic, anti-obesity, anti-inflammatory. Several studies point out its ability to lower 20% of cholesterol and triglyceride and to stimulate the thyroid gland.
This biennal plant belongs to the family of Asteracee. It is aperient and bitter and it’s useful in case of dyspepsia. Its mother tincture is used for hepatic-biliary impairment, it’s depurative and draining and choleretic. It transforms cholesterol in bile acids that increase the excretion of cholesterol and the elimination of urea. The artichoke has cholesterol-lowering properties, it stimulates the gastric acid secretion, the bowel movement and the diuresis and it has antioxidant properties. According to other studies the artichoke has many more benefits besides the mentioned ones: it’s antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, hypoglycemic, antiatherogenic, antimicrobial, probiotic, anticholinesterase.
This plant is used in African folk medicine to cure fever, hepatitis, jaundice, dysentery. According to a recent study it’s also an anxiolytic, antidepressant, antioxidant and intensifies memory. Others demonstrate its ability to act as a hepatoprotective that stimulates hepatic detoxification and regenerates damaged hepatocytes. It stimulates bile production with a lipid-lowering action. The Chrysanthellum also protects the blood vessels, the vascular endothelial and capillaries and reduces their fragilty; for this reason it’s highly recommended for the prevention and cure of peripheral edemas, venous insufficiency, varicose veins and hemorrhoids.
This shrub originally from Mediterrean regions has been used for centuries for hepatic and gastrointestinal pathologies thanks to its anti-dyspeptic, choleretic, cholesterol-lowering, anti-jaundice, anti-lithiasis, anti-hepatitis actions. It’s also an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, hypoglycemic and slimming herb. Some literature studies have reported that intake of Rosemary involves an increase of loss of fecal lipid.
This tropical plant grows spontaneously in many regions of Asia and Oceania. It has diuretic properties that are useful for the elimination of urea and chloride. It has choleretic, spasmolytic, bacteriostatic and virostatic properties, useful to combat urinary tract infections. Java Tea i salso used during oedemas, cellulite and dieting because of its drainage function. Recent studies point out its hypolipidemic, antioxidant (with the increase of hepatic Superoxide dismutase), anti-obesity benefits. The administration of 200 and 400 mg of Java Tea leads to a decrease of triglyceride, cholesterol and LDL, a 77-79% reduction of ALT (Alanine Transaminase) and a 72-83% reduction of AST (Aspertate Aminotransferase) in rats who were subjected to a high-fat diet.
Its name comes from Japanese: “Dancing mushroom”, “The mushroom that makes people dance happily” because ancient oriental people knew its beneficial properties. Some studies highlight its power in the prevention of breast cancer. It’s hypoglycemic, useful during chemotherapy because of its high nutritional value, it’s a tonic and immunotimulant. Recent studies show how Maitake is cholesterol-lowering and increases the loss of fecal lipids.