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Angina can be described as a painful sensation in the area of the chest due to decreased supply of oxygen to the muscles of the heart. Angina is not a disease but a condition associated with any of the various heart disorders such as coronary artery disease. In the coronary artery disease, blood vessels become narrow which further reduces the oxygenated blood supply to the heart, resulting in angina. The main reason behind almost every heart disease is the formation of plaque in the blood vessels which occupies more space and reduces the space for flowing of blood.

Angina can affect any individual after 21 years of age but most of the angina cases are found in the men above 45 years and women above 55 years of age.

Symptoms of Angina

Mainly there are three types of angina which are Stable, Unstable and Variant. The symptoms may vary according to the type of angina. But the most common symptom in all angina types is severe chest pain. This pain becomes worse over time if proper treatment is not taken at the initial stages. Some other symptoms of angina include tightness of chest, difficulty in breathing, pain in left arm or shoulder, pain in back, etc especially when doing some physical workout.

What are Main Causes of Angina?

The reason behind the occurrence of Angina is an underlying heart problem. Deposition of fat, cholesterol, triglycerides or we can say plaque make the arteries narrow and reduce the blood flow. When we are taking rest, our heart needs less oxygen but during any physical workout or exercise, the heart requires a large amount of oxygen. But due to decreased supply of oxygenated blood, the heart doesn’t receive enough oxygen and patients begin to feel pain in the chest area where the heart is located.

So, the main cause behind the development of angina is the constriction of blood vessels by plaque formation.

How Angina can be Diagnosed?

If you feel any chest pain or shortness of breath, immediately visit a doctor’s clinic. To diagnose angina, the doctor may ask your medical history, complete health symptoms and family history of heart diseases also. The doctor may also ask your smoking habits, lifestyle habits, body weight, pattern of exercise, daily routine activities, etc. To check the normal functioning of the heart, the doctor may also recommend you to perform several tests including electrocardiogram (ECG), chest x-ray, MRI of heart, blood tests to determine the level of cholesterol, triglycerides, etc. The doctor will try to detect a cardiac disorder, due to which angina has developed.

Ayurvedic Treatment for Angina

The treatment of angina mainly depends upon the heart disorder you are suffering from. If the heart health is good then the angina gets treated itself. So, the main thing is to make the condition of the heart fine for getting rid of Angina. The herbal remedies are very effective in restoring heart health and protecting it from dreadful diseases.

To help you in treating the condition of Angina, LIFE AVEDA offers some natural herbal remedies made with extracts of herbs obtained by Mother Nature. All these remedies of Life Aveda will improve your heart health in a natural manner and improve its working efficiency. There is an expert team of Ayurvedic specialist doctors involved in preparing all these remedies by Life Aveda. No adverse effect will be given by these medicines in the patient’s body as they are totally natural and safe.

Herbal Remedies for Angina by Life Aveda


Ashwagandha capsules prepared by Life Aveda consists of standardized extracts of Ashwagandha (Withaniasomnifera) herb which is very beneficial for heart health. These capsules will reduce the levels of cholesterol and triglycerides in the blood which are mainly responsible for the angina and various other heart related ailments. Along with that, consumption of Ashwagandha capsules will provide you relief from stress, anxiety, and depression conditions which can give a negative impact on heart health.

Dosage: 2 capsules twice daily with normal water after meals or as directed by the physician.


Pure extract of Curcumin (Curcuma longa) and Peprine are consumed in formulating Supreme Curcumin capsules by Life Aveda. Curcumin is a well-known herb continuous in use since centuries due to its healing properties. These capsules contain anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antioxidant, antiviral and antifungal properties which will improve overall body health and prevent the diseases of the heart as well as excrete out harmful toxins and free radicals from the body.

Dosage: 2 capsules twice daily with normal water or as per advised by the physician. 


As per the name indicates, Life Aveda’s  Premium Healthy Beats capsules ensure the healthy beating means good health of the heart. These capsules are processed with high quality extracts of some health beneficial herbs such as Arjuna (Terminalia arjuna), Brahmi (Bacopamonnieri), Ashwagandha (Withaniasomnifera), Shankhpushpi (Convolvulus prostratus), Grapeseed (Vitisvinifera), etc. All these herbs work in a synergistic manner to increase the health of the heart and protect it from numerous disorders.

Dosage: 2 capsules two times daily with normal water after meals or as per directed by the physician.


Angina is an extreme annoying condition indicating abnormality related to the heart. You have to take special care of the heart as it is the only body organ which continuously does its work during its whole life span without taking any break. Stopping the working of the heart means death. So, use the above mentioned herbal remedies to improve your heart health and prevent the deposition of plaque in blood vessels. These medicines are totally herbal and safe for consumption by any person of any age.

About Dr. Ranjana Kaushal

Dr. Ranjana Kaushal (MD Ayurveda) has 11 years of experience in the field of Ayurveda. Right now she is working as an Ayurveda consultant with Life Aveda. She has immense knowledge about herbs, their uses, and formulations. She has published articles related to many herbs and diseases in an international journal. She is also a degree holder in yoga and naturopathy. Read More..

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