Medohar Guggulu

Medohar Guggulu is an ayurvedic medicine used for the management of obesity and associated complications. It is ayurvedic medicine prepared from herbal ingredients that can help a person lose weight in a safe and healthy way. It also supports the metabolic processes in the body and stimulates fat metabolism. It also burns the excess fat deposited in the body.


  • Suddha Guggul – Commiphora Mukul – 10%
  • Ginger Zingiber Officinale – 10%
  • Black Pepper – Piper Nigrum – 10%
  • Pipali – Pepper Longum – 10%
  • Mustak – Cyperus Rotundus – 10%
  • Haritaki – Terminalia Chebula – 10%
  • Bibhitaki – Terminalia Bellirica – 10%
  • Chitrakmool – Plumbago Zeylanica – 10%
  • Amla – Emblica Officinalis – 10%
  • Vaividang – Embelia Ribes – 10%
  • Erand Tel – Castor Oil – Q.S.


Medohar Guggulu works by stimulating the metabolic rate of the body. It increases the utilization of calories by the body and thus, creates a negative calorie balance that results in an effective weight loss.


Medohar Guggulu is useful for treating the disorders caused due to the imbalance in the Kapha dosha. It restores the balance of this dosha and helps to reduce weight.


  • Obesity
  • Diabetes
  • Arthritis
  • High cholesterol


The general dosage of Medohar Guggulu is 500 to 1000 milligrams per day for adults and 250 to 500 milligrams per day for children. Elderly patients can take this medication in a dose of 250 to 500 milligrams per day. The medicine should be taken in two equally divided doses. The maximum recommended dose of Medohar Guggulu is 6 grams per day. The doses can be taken with warm water.


Medohar Guggulu is commonly used for reducing weight. It can help to treat obesity and the disorders caused due to it by improving the fat metabolism and increasing the metabolic rate of the body.


Medohar Guggulu is highly effective in the management of obesity. It can reduce the abnormal position of fats in different parts of the body such as the belly region and hips. It stimulates the fat burning processes and increases their utilization by the body. It mobilizes the fats stored in the fat depots and allows the body to utilize them as a source of energy.

It also reduces appetite. As a result, the body is deprived of its readily available source of energy. The appetite suppressant action of Medohar Guggulu coupled with its effect on the fat metabolism results in the faster shedding of the excess weight.

However, it should be noted that patients may experience an unusual increase in their appetite when they start using Medohar Guggulu. But, this symptom lasts only for a few days. Patients are advised to continue using Medohar Guggul as recommended and increase their intake of fruits, vegetables, and salads.  The increased appetite resolves over a few days and is followed by a reduced appetite. As this effect of Medohar Guggulu begins, the patients start losing weight.

Medohar Guggulu does not cause lethargic feeling or laziness. These are the common symptoms that most patients experience when they are on a low- calorie diet. These symptoms pose a major obstacle in their efforts to lose weight as the feeling of tiredness forces them to increase their intake of food. This can prevent them from losing weight.

Medohar Guggulu, by inhibiting the occurrence of a lethargic feeling and laziness, can allow a person to continue with their weight loss efforts and enables them to reach their target weight.

Guggul also produces a favorable effect on the lipid metabolism. (1) It also acts on the thyroid gland and stimulates its functions. These effects of Medohar Guggulu are beneficial for maintaining the metabolic processes and preventing the high levels of cholesterol. It can also help to prevent the complications of obesity such as diabetes, and hypocholesteremia. (2)

Medohar Guggulu can also provide relief from osteoarthritis that occurs due to the excessive strain on the knee and hip joints due to obesity.


Medohar Guggulu is safe and causes no side effects when used in the recommended doses.

Overdose Side Effects

An overdose of this medication can cause a few side effects such as heartburn, loss of appetite, and a dull headache. These side effects are more common in the patients having a history of gastritis or peptic ulcers.

Pregnant women should avoid using Medohar Guggul as it may increase the risk of miscarriage.

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