Caigua a new cholesterol herb
Newark DE, July 8, 2007. A new Caigua health supplement has been introduced by Amazon Botanicals LLC.
Caigua is a natural cholesterol herb from Peru that resembles a cucumber. In Peru Caigua is known as a natural cholesterol herb. Different indigenous groups of the Amazon rainforest have used preparations of this herb as a heart tonic for hundreds of years. In a 1995 study by Gustavo F. Gonzales of the University Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Lima, Peru that was later published in the respected peer reviewed Journal of the North American Menopause Society (Vol.2, No. 4, pp. 225-234) Caigua was shown to greatly reduce serum cholesterol levels.
Caigua is a tropical vine from Peru that can grow to 30 feet in length. The fruit of Caigua is green colored and similar to a pepper plant the Caigua fruit is hollow. In South America Caigua is consumed like peppers - raw or lightly steamed and has a long traditional use as a cholesterol herb.
Caigua is a new all natural therapy for persons with high cholesterol. Caigua herbal supplements are now available from Amazon Botanicals LLC, a leading manufacturer of Amazon herbs from both Peru and Brazil , with operations in Peru and the USA.
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