Whether We Can Use Rose Day Tablet As Alternative To Rozat 10 Mg

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manju Says:

our doctor gave my dad rozat 10 mg to control cholesterol but he is using rose day 10mg as alternative medicine but it cause side affect to some people so he can continue or not please reply me.....

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Gauri the simple boy Says:
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Actually roseday is better than rozat. But there is serious ayurvedic medicines for it:

1. Safi by humdard
2. Cardiwin by vedhnath
3. Haridya vati by ramdev
4. Or simply get arjur chaall and boil it drink it
5. Stop oily food, sugar, non veg, black tea and coffee
6. Eat 50 gm of chukander beetroot everyday
7. Drink neem juice 30 gm and 3-5 leaves of neem tree alternate days
8. Do at least 30 min walking and sleep 8 hour min

Most importantly, apply number 8 and 5, and choose any one or two from others.

See the visible difference

Plenty more ........

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