Product consisting of a blend of plants with specific properties to permanently reduce the rate of "bad" cholesterol for a better balance between "good" and "bad" cholesterol and to reduce the level of triglycerides.
Boxes containing 60 - 90 - 210 Capsules
Also in preventive use
Now available in many Formats:
Small 60 Capsules - Medium 90 Capsules - Large 210 Capsules
THE LARGER THE FORMAT - THE MORE ADVANTAGEOUS THE PRICE
CholestCure 210 is already subject to a discount.
No additional discount can be applied to it
including Coupon Codes.
Cholesterol in short :
Cholesterol is a soft fat-like waxy substance produced mainly by the liver (up to 70%) which transforms the fat from the food we consume. The quality of these fats is thus determining for the quality of the cholesterol produced by the liver. The remainder of the cholesterol comes directly from animal food sources. The role of cholesterol is essential since it is an important part of a healthy body because it's used for producing the cell membranes, vitamin D, some hormones, and it serves other bodily functions. But too much cholesterol in the blood is a major risk for coronary heart disease, which leads to heart attack. It's also a risk factor for stroke. For this reason it is significant to make the distinction between the good and bad cholesterol. This distinction does not apply to the cholesterol contained in the food but to the one produced by the liver.
LDL and HDL Cholesterol: Cholesterol and other fats cannot be dissolved in the blood. They have to be transported to and from the cells by special carriers called lipoproteins. Low-density lipoprotein, or LDL, is known as the "bad" cholesterol. Too much LDL cholesterol can clog the arteries, increasing the risks of heart attack and stroke caused by cholesterol clots. High-density lipoprotein, or HDL, is known as the "good" cholesterol. The body makes HDL cholesterol for its protection. It carries cholesterol away from the arteries. Studies suggest that high levels of HDL cholesterol reduce the risk of heart attack.
Note: The normal total cholesterol values are 2 gr per litre of blood, including 1.6 g/LDL and 0.40g /HDL. A simple way to know if you are within norms is to divide the Total Chol. by the HDL Chol., the result should be lower 4.5 for women and 5 for men.
Causes :Fats are the essential primary product allowing the production of cholesterol. The food containing cholesterol directly has a limited influence on the evolution of the overall cholesterol level. To the good and the bad cholesterol one also find corresponding good and bad fats.
The saturated fats increase the rate of "bad" cholesterol and thus the level of the overall cholesterol in the blood.?Saturated fats are found mostly in foods from animals and some plants (coconut, palm and palm kernel oil, cocoa butter).
The trans-fatty acids (TFA): During food processing, fats may undergo a chemical process called hydrogenation. TFA are formed during this hydrogenation process used to produce margarine, shortening and cooking oils that in turn are used on a large scale in the processed food industry, hence the importance TFA in today’s diet. Some scientists believe that TFA raise cholesterol levels more than the regular saturated fats. They also tend to raise LDL ("bad") cholesterol and lower HDL ("good") cholesterol when used instead of unsaturated fats found in natural oils.
Saturated fats are also found the foods from animals: Including beef, beef fat, veal, lamb, pork, lard, poultry fat, butter, cream, milk, cheeses and other dairy products made from whole milk, eggs, some shellfishes, fish eggs. Some of these foods also contain dietary cholesterol on top of saturated fats.
Unsaturated fats: They tend to increase the good HDL cholesterol and thus have a beneficial influence on the ratio of the overall cholesterol. Polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats are the two unsaturated fats. They're found primarily in oils from plants, these include safflower, sesame and sunflower seeds, corn and soybeans, canola and olive, also many nuts and seeds and their oils. All these oils should be made naturally, first pressure quality and cold pressure. The only animal source is fatty fishes (tuna, salmon, herring, sardines, etc.).
Food containing cholesterol: Egg yolk, offal meat, lobster and shellfish… can influence the level of cholesterol without however being key factors; only people with cholesterol problems due to an hereditary factor should really avoid them.
Other causes: The excess of bad cholesterol can also be associated with unhealthy habits such as tobacco and the lack of exercise. Certain drugs (contraceptives and corticoids) or certain diseases (thyroid or liver dysfunctions, diabetes) can act on the blood cholesterol level. More rarely it can be related to the hereditary background.
Advices: It becomes clear that fighting against cholesterol require healthy lifestyle based on a low animal fat diet and avoiding products containing trans-fatty acids. A diet rich in fruits and vegetables is recommended because of course they do not contain cholesterol or fats but more importantly they are rich in antioxidants, vitamins C and E. Since oxidized LDL cholesterol settles more easily on the arteries, antioxidants are welcomed. Lastly, numerous studies show that the regular practice of a physical activity - bicycle, walking or swimming contributes to lower significantly the level of "bad" cholesterol and in turn increase the level of "good" cholesterol.
Action of CholestCure :
The Unani Tradition considers that the rate of bad cholesterol can be controlled by taking care not to overload the liver by the influx of bad fats. the liver is then able to do its job of transforming fats into cholesterol and managing the balance between good and bad cholesterol in the blood. The Unani Tradition also considers that excess fat (triglycerides) in the blood is just as important as excess cholesterol.
CholestCure is a compound made of synergistic plants that provide a threefold action: It improves the metabolism of fats in the liver – It eliminates metabolic wastes – It liquefies the blood.
Take a capsule at midday and in the evening at mealtime.
Cassia Senna, Rheum officinale, Foeniculum officinale, Anacyclus pyrethrum, Apium graveolens, Curcuma longa, Syzygium aromaticum, Nux muscatus, Alpinia officinarum, Acorus calamus, Lepidium sativum - Plant origin capsules
1) If you are taking anticoagulant medications, note that CholestCure is a mild blood thinner which effect will add to the effect of your medication.
2) Combined with good food, the fluidifying effect of CholestCure also allows to consider it as a preventive approach to stroke.
3) A combination of CardioVascine and DynOrgan (one capsule per day each) helps to thin the blood and protect the blood vessels and the heart, for CardioVascine; as for DynOrgan, it ensures the vitalization of vital organs and good waste disposal thus also contributes to better blood circulation.
4) Some cholesterol-lowering drugs, such as statins, have shown significant side effects over time. Numerous studies have recognized their lack of effectiveness in cardiovascular mortality, while increasing the risk of cerebral hemorrhage, cognitive decline, insulin resistance and impotence in men.
Take a capsule at midday and in the evening at mealtime.
Smilax officinalis, Bocopa monnieri, Tribulus terrestris, Solanum paniculatum, Commiphora mukul, Sanguisorbae radix, Terminalia arjuna – Plant origin capsules.
The overall score for the product satisfaction index regarding ALL of the Botavie products is 85.1% *
Satisfaction index for the product CholestCure covering the 2015-2017 period: 78%
*Total number of respondents: 2131. The feedback appreciation scale is fairly simple: 1: Inefficient - 2: Disappointing - 3: Satisfactory - 4: Good - 5: Excellent ( a product with an average score of 4.13 out of 5 will translate into a 82.6 % score).
CholestCure: Customer's Feedback
" Hello sir, I'm back to you. Brief overview of my problem.
In November 2014, I underwent coronary angiography followed by installation of 3 active stents. My basic drug treatment included Kardegic 160mg, plavix, bisocégé followed for 3 months.
Thanks to the Pratique de Santé journal (now called Alternative Health) I came to know your laboratory. I engaged in your treatment with the following products CardioVascine, TensioReg and CholestCure. For about 4 to 5 months during which of course I stopped the prescription drug treatment I was following before.
Unfortunately due to financial reasons (I have a small pension, and for me it's quite an investment), I was forced to stop your treatment that made me so much good.
I have tried products from to other laboratories, however I did not get the desired results. I would like to go back as a follow-up treatment to the CardioVascine, TensioReg 200mg, and CholestCure products.
Sincere greetings. "
Mr Marcel B. Valros, France
“CholestCure: 3 months of treatment and the disappearance of cholesterol. Is the effect is sustainable or should I continue the treatment - Boost'Hair: Slight regrowth I will give more details next time. Thank you.”
Mrs Marguerite G - Alès - France
“I am very satisfied with CholestCure, it did restore the balance between the good and the bad cholesterol.”
Mr Jean D - Malaga - Espagne
“I have ordered CholestCure for my husband. In 50 days his cholesterol went from 2.94 to 2.65 with a better balance between the good and the bad cholesterol. We're very happy with your product.”
Mrs Gérard L - Paris - France
"After three months of use my cholesterol level which was at 2.8, returned to a normal level at 2.2. Now from the treatment phase I am switching to the maintenance phase at one capsule "
Mrs Gérard L - Paris - France
"I am using CholestCure since about three months and my cholesterol rate has never been so low. I have eliminated all other medicine and my rate is good. Your product really works well."
Mr Michel P.B. Ballaison, France
"I'm pretty happy, within two months I went from 3.34 to 2.80 and the HDL level went from 0.50 to 0.45, which ultimately provides a better ratio of good cholesterol."?
Mrs Marie Christine A. B. Angers France
Advice – IMPORTANT NOTE – Blood thinning
CholestCure is a mild blood thinner, just as TensioReg and CardioVascine. If you are already taking medication to thin the blood and want to take one or more of these products (CardioVascine - CholestCure - TensioReg) it is necessary to calibrate the dosage of your medication accordingly.
Advice: Support CholestCure with a cleansing product: DynOrgan
A purifying approach is always an excellent starting point for almost any type of cure. The elimination of toxins and fatty deposits that lodge in the vital organs (liver, kidney, spleen, pancreas and gall bladder) and their conduits can recondition the body and allow it to respond better to other products.
This is especially true when a person had to undergo heavy allopathic products (medications for blood pressure, cholesterol, blood thinner, heart rhythm, etc..) which are often very demanding on the liver, pancreas and kidneys.
Insofar as CholestCure meshes particularly on liver functions, DynOrgan can assist and stimulate the liver's functions. The recommended dosage for an initial cleansing approach with DynOrgan is 6 capsules per day (2 capsules after each meal) for 10 days, plus the daily capsules of CholestCure (2 per day). After this initial period of 10 days, the dosage becomes 1 to 2 capsules of DynOrgan per day, taken in conjunction with the capsules of CholestCure.
- How many capsules of CholestCure should one take, and for how long?
- The drugs that I am taking for cholesterol cause me muscular pains, can CholestCure replace them, and if the answer is yes, how can I switch from these drugs to CholestCure?
- There is good and bad cholesterol, how can I know that my cholesterol is balanced?
In order to lower and balance cholesterol levels it is recommended to take 2 capsules per day (one capsule after two of the three daily meals). The duration of the period at this dosage may vary from two to six months, depending on the severity of the case. Thereafter, once the cholesterol level is back to normal, one should continue to take 1 capsule per day to maintain the level reached.
CholestCure by itself can regulate cholesterol levels. To make the transition between the two approaches, take 2 capsules per day (one capsule after two of three daily meals) while taking the other drugs during the first 3 days. From the fourth until the tenth day, the medication must be reduced by half while taking 2 capsules of CholestCure. After this initial period of 10 days, the transition is completed,you should only take the CholestCure with two capsules per day.
Only a blood test can reveal it. The normal value for total cholesterol is 2 g per litre of blood, 1.60 g of LDL (bad cholesterol) and 0.40g of HDL (good cholesterol).