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Triterpenoids
Definition

What does Triterpenoids do for the body

The bitter taste of mushrooms and Herbs is due to this nutrient called Triterpenoid.
Triterpenoids strengthen the Immune system. Anticancer property of the nutrient prevents the growth of Cancer cells.

They improve digestion as well as intestinal health.
Triterpenoids hamper excessive platelet aggregation and thus, prevent blood clots.
Maintain Cardiovascular health by regulating Cholesterol and Blood Pressure level.
This nutrient effectively helps in the treatment of Hypertension.


Other prominent actions of this nutrient are :

Hepatoprotective
Antioxidant
Antibacterial
Analgesic
Antiallergic
Antiinflammatory
 
Repertory

Herbs Containing Triterpenoids

Most Effective

Highly Effective

North Indian Catmint
 
 
 
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