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VASKO

VASKO is an Ayurvedic preparation that has been used for more than 250 years. VASKO has been used for generations and by thousands of people. This is a formula derived and time tested by the Chavarcode Ayurvedic physicians.VASKO is all natural herbs free from synthetic chemicals or preservatives. Also VASKO is free from animal products.


VASKO is a natural Herbal food supplement that helps the vascular system cleansing and reversing the clogged arteries. It helps unclogs arteries, veins and helps to reverse Varicose Veins, Angina, Gangrene and Retinopathy. VASKO also helps arresting degenerative changes of the joints and regenerate the worn out joint components including cartilages. VASKO is a holistic system that works on so many disease-process levels of multiple systems and it helps solve many problems at once.

Vascular System

The vascular system is made up of the vessels that carry our blood. Arteries carry oxygen-rich blood away from the heart. Veins carry carbon dioxide rich blood back to your heart. When the blood starts its vascular system trip at the right side of the heart, it is the pulmonary artery that carries the carbon dioxide rich blood to the lungs where it exchanges carbon dioxide for oxygen. Then the pulmonary veins carry oxygen-rich blood back to the left side of the heart and are pumped out to the whole body.

As we age, our arteries tend to thicken, get stiffer and narrow. That is called arteriosclerosis. A form of arteriosclerosis is atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis is the buildup of plaque and cholesterol in large and medium sized arteries. A narrowing of the arteries from a buildup of plaque can lead to coronary heart disease and can cause a heart attack. The same situation in the arteries leading to the brain can cause strokes. Narrowing of the arteries in other places, such as the legs, can cause what is called Peripheral Arterial disease (PAD). When the smaller arteries are affected it is called arteriolosclerosis. The kidneys, spleen and the pancreas can be damaged. High blood pressure is often a cause of arteriolosclerosis.

The veins can develop problems too. Clots in the veins can result in deep vein thrombosis (DVT), phlebitis, and other problems. If those clots break free, they become emboli. When this situation happens to the lungs, it's called a pulmonary embolism. In addition, as part of the system of moving the blood back to the heart, the veins have small one way valves. If those valves weaken, the blood can back up, pool and cause the veins to swell. The result is varicose veins.

Pomegranate and Atherosclerosis

Out of its many traditional uses, scientific evidence suggests that pomegranate fruit is a potent inhibitor of atherosclerosis. Several studies, using extract from the whole fruit, demonstrate that pomegranate reduces the development and progression of atherosclerosis by several mechanisms. One mechanism relates to the concentration of antioxidant nutrients found in pomegranate. Pomegranate extract from the whole fruit possesses antioxidant activity three times greater than the antioxidant activity of red wine or of green tea. Mice fed pomegranate juice showed dose-dependent increase in serum levels of antioxidants.

Perhaps pomegranate's greatest mechanism for combating atherosclerosis is its association with an enzyme known as Paraoxonase.Paraoxonase (PON) is an HDL-associated esterase enzyme whose activity is related to atherosclerosis: decreased activity of PON is associated with increased risk for atherosclerosis. The antiatherogenic properties of PON may be related to its ability to protect against LDL oxidation. Paraoxanase has been shown to protect LDL against lipid peroxidation. Paraoxonase has also been shown to destroy oxidized lipids found in LDL, essentially "undoing" the damage oxidative processes have done. Therefore, by restoring LDL to its native form, their incorporation into macrophages will halt and thus, decrease the formation of foam cells. The protective interaction between PON and oxidized LDL and free radicals comes at a cost; the paraoxonase enzyme gradually becomes inactivated and looses effectiveness. Decreased PON activity is also seen in hypercholesterolaemia (high blood cholesterol levels) and diabetes. However, consumption of pomegranate extract by human volunteers demonstrated a significant elevation of paraoxonase activity as compared to values before consumption. Therefore, the ability of pomegranate to preserve, and even enhance PON activity affords greater protection against LDL oxidation and subsequent atherosclerosis.

A third mechanism that may explain pomegranate's effect is its ability to lower LDL's susceptibility to binding and accumulation in the intimal layer of blood vessels. Platelet aggregation is also reduced via pomegranate consumption. Finally, pomegranate may accelerate cholesterol transport out of an atherosclerotic lesion by inhibiting cholesterol metabolism in macrophages, thus slowing their progression to foam cells, and promoting reverse cholesterol transport via HDL. Both in vitro and in vivo studies support pomegranate's various roles in attenuating atherosclerosis.

Antiatherogenic Effect of Pomegranate:

Inhibits LDL Oxidation & Modifications
Attenuates LDL Aggregation
Attenuates Platelet Aggregation
Increases the Antioxidant Status of the Body
Enhances Paraoxonase Activity
Facilitates Reverse Cholesterol Transport
Decreases the Formation of Foam Cells
Reduces Blood Pressure by Inhibiting Angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE)

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