My cholesterol levels are high, and I feel dizzy while lying down. Please suggest ayurvedic or herbal medicines.

Q. Please suggest ayurvedic or herbal medicines to lower my cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

Answered by
Dr. Yogesh Chavan
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.
This is a premium question & answer published on Sep 05, 2022

Hi doctor,

I am 34 years old. Recently I checked my lipid profile total cholesterol was 275 and LDL was 195, Triglycerides-141, and HDL-52. I have avoided oily foods and deep oil fry and am only vegetarian. I feel dizzy while lying down on beds. Please suggest ayurvedic or herbal medicine to lower my cholesterol and blood circulation.



Welcome to

I understand your concern.

In your lipid profile report, total cholesterol and LDL (low density lipoprotein) cholesterol is elevated. The rise in lipid profile is mainly due to excess intake of an oily and fatty diet, sedentary lifestyle, decreased liver function, faulty diet, and sleeping patterns. Mildly elevated cholesterol levels can be managed with diet and exercise only. It would be best if you modified your diet and lifestyle as mentioned below.

1. Avoid sweets, avoid potato, oily, spicy, and fried food.

2. Avoid fast food, junk food, chat, and refrigerated food.

3. Take eight hours of sound sleep at night, and avoid day sleeping.

4. Exercise daily for 45 minutes.

5. Avoid fermented food.

6. Reduce the use of oil or ghee in food.

7. Avoid drinking cold water; use warm water instead.

8. Drink more water (12 to 14 cups).

I suggest tablet Liposem plus (Vrikshamla, Guggulu, Saptaranga, Arjuna, Pushkaram, Rakta Citraka, Madhuka, Kadali), one tablet twice daily for 30 days. Please follow-up for furthur queries.

Thanks and regards.

Hi doctor,

Thank you for the reply

The medicine mentioned above, Tablet Liposem plus, is unavailable in the medical store. Please let me know if the medication is readily available in the medicine store.



Welcome back to

Tablet Liposem Plus (Vrikshamla, Guggulu, Saptaranga, Arjuna, Pushkaram, Rakta Citraka, Madhuka, Kadali) is the medicine for dyslipidemia, you can get it online, or I suggest Tablet Abana (Arjuna and Guggul) one tablet thrice daily after food with warm water.

Kind regards.

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