CholestCare complex is a combination of Mushrooms and herbal extracts targeting High Cholesterol and High Blood Pressure.  This complex is aimed for people who want to have a healthy heart or for preventative measures.  

Unique feature: Mushroom: 10:1 water and ethanol extraction and only fruiting bodies used.

Key benefits:

  • Cholesterol
  • Cardiovascular Health and high blood pressure
  • Maintaining healthy blood sugar levels
  • Protecting arteries and circulation
  • Metabolic Syndrome

Supporting nutrients:

King Oyster Mushroom (Pleutorus ostreatus)

  • The King Oyster Mushroom has antioxidants that help to keep disease away.
  • Assist in lowering cholesterol. Once the blood is free from cholesterol, blood circulation is enhanced and the body feed healthier.
  • Excellent energy booster.

Terminalia Arjuna

  • Arjuna mainly used for heart diseases due to its cardio-protective and cardio-strengthening properties. It strengthens cardiac muscle (heart muscle) and normalises (mainly reduces) heartbeat.
  • In addition, it is a good source of minerals, which helps to prevent bone loss (osteoporosis) and improve bone mineral density.
  • It has ulcer protection action, so it is used for ulcer treatment, especially indicated for peptic ulcers. It stops bleeding, so it is beneficial in bleeding disorders.
  • The herb is used for conditions like heart failure, irregular heart beat and coronary artery disease.   It also helps reverse the hardening of arteries.  

 Silbinol® (Pterocarpus marsupium)

  • Silbinol® is a trademark of Sabinsa Corporation for a standardised extract obtained from the heartwood and bark of Pterocarpus marsupium (Indian Kino) useful in maintaining healthy blood sugar and cholesterol levels.
  • Silbinol significantly reduced the serum cholesterol, triglyceride, LDL, and VLDL.

Gugulipid® (Commiphora mukul)

  • Gugulipid, or guggul, is a natural substance derived from the mukul myrrh tree.
  • Gugulipid helps to lower cholesterol and help prevent atherosclerosis and hardening of the arteries.


If taking medication, including anticoagulants, or antihypertensive medications, consult your healthcare practitioner before use.