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Are There Any Ayurvedic Substitute To Atorvastatin And Ecosprin?

Hello! I am 32 and got brain stroke after 15 days of my delivery. However, All tests were reported normal. Doctors could not find the reason of brain clot. However, I used to get dizziness and complete black-outs before my marriage but these were hardly for 20 seconds or so. After the brain stroke, doctors recommended atorvastatin 20 AND Ecospirin 75 daily for lifetime. But, I want to leave medications as I have studied that they have long term side-effects. I went to another doctor who told to leave atorvastin but not ecospirin. What to do. Is there any ayurvedic substitute to it?
Wed, 12 Sep 2018
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Hello,

Yes, Arabian Nuskha from Dehlvi pharmacy is very helpful medicine to control cholesterol level. One more medicine that is very helpful is cholesterol X-capsule.

Hope I have answered your query.
Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Rajesh Raghuwanshi,
Ayurveda Specialist.


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Are There Any Ayurvedic Substitute To Atorvastatin And Ecosprin?

Hello, Yes, Arabian Nuskha from Dehlvi pharmacy is very helpful medicine to control cholesterol level. One more medicine that is very helpful is cholesterol X-capsule. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Rajesh Raghuwanshi, Ayurveda Specialist.