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What does Policosanol do for the body

Policosanol is a dietary supplement. It is made of medium chain alcohols extracted from sugarcane wax, Wheat Germ, Rice Bran or Beeswax.
It chiefly reduces the level of LDL and total Cholesterol in the Body. It also increases the level of HDL.

What are the functions of Policosanol in the Body
Policosanol is metabolized by the Liver and excreted in the faeces. It possesses Antioxidant and Anticoagulant properties.
Policosanol inhibits the Platelet formation. It also act as a Blood thinner by reducing the platelet aggregation. It regulates the Blood flow in the Body. It maintains healthy functioning of the arteries. It effectively treats cramps and muscle pains caused due to poor circulation.

What are the Benefits of Policosanol
Lowers the LDL level and total Cholesterol
Reduces platelet aggregation
Acts as a Blood thinner
Used in the treatment of Parkinson's disease

Side Effects of Policasonal
Side effects of Policosanol include Headache, Indigestion, Excessive urination, Skin rashes, Insomnia and Weight Loss.

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