Gluteala Ayurvedic Herbal Drink

Gluteala is highly effective in reducing excess body fat, preventing unnatural fettering of specific areas of the body such as the waist hips, thighs, shoulders, and hands, efficiently controlling harmful cholesterol, and rids the body of aches and pains, helping alleviate pain caused by arthritis.
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Gluteala herbal drink is made into an Ayurvedic formula and does not contain any tea or related substance. It’s made purely from Ayurvedic herbal ingredients.

Gluteala is highly effective in reducing excess body fat, preventing unnatural fettering of specific areas of the body such as the waist hips, thighs, shoulders, and hands, efficiently controlling harmful cholesterol, and ridding the body of aches and pains, helping alleviate pain caused by arthritis. Gluteala revitalizes the physique to help you live a fuller and healthier life.


Pour boiling water directly onto one or two bags. For a perfect brew, keep bags in the cup for 3 or 4 minutes. Use a spoon to extract the essence. Sugar may be used, but for the best taste do not add sugar. Stir well and enjoy your herbal drink. Drink twice a day.

Joint & Muscle Pain

According to Ayurveda, mostly Joint & Muscle pains are caused by the aggravation of Vata (air) dosha. It is a condition that is caused by the accumulation of ama and aggravation of Vata. (Ama is a toxic by-product of improper digestion.)This ama circulates in the whole body and deposits or gets collected at the sites which are weaker. When it deposits in the joints and at the same time there is an aggravation of Vata, it results in a disease called Yamagata that all results of Joint Pains.


The main symptom of this disease is severe pain in the affected joints. The tissues in and around the joints become inflamed and movement of the joint becomes extremely painful. Untreated arthritis may lead to permanent deformity of the affected joints. Fever Immense pain & stiffness in affected muscles, specially stiffness and pain (i.e., fingers, wrists, elbows, knees, ankles) in the morning. Excruciating pain and stiffness in the joints Root Causes

The following medical conditions are some of the possible causes of Joint pain as a symptom. There are likely to be other possible causes.

Joint injury Joint strain Joint sprain Previous joint injury Infections - many infections cause aching joints and aching muscles Viral infection Common cold Flu Bacterial infection


Bowels should be cleansed daily Avoid damp places and exposure to cold weather. Don't indulge in day-time sleeping Limit yourself to restricted exercise


*Avoid curd & all sour items pulses (except moong dal), rice, meat, fish, white bread, sugar, refined cereals, fried foods, tea or coffee.

*Have potato & lemon juice.

*Celery seeds, bitter gourd are highly beneficial.

Causes include both internal and external factors. Ama associated with Vata (internal moving body air) quickly moves to different parts of the body and accumulates where circulation is sluggish or slow such as the hands, knees, and other bone joints filling the blood vessels with waxy type material. It is also more common in old age when Vata naturally increases in the body. Meat diet, foods such as ice cream, to much-concentrated dairy such as aged cheese or goods of sour cream or cheese with your meals, cold foods especially during cold weather which weaken the digestion, heavy cakes, pastries and candies, packaged and processed foods with little fiber are the main dietary causes. Gas-producing vegetables and legumes also create more internal air which moves the toxins to different parts also the condition. This ama blocks tissue pores and passages. This causes heaviness and weakness of the heart which becomes the seat of the disease 

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   I was overweight and struggling to get healthy. Incredibly, I lost 17Kg by using Gluteala Ayurvedic Herbal Drink for less than three months.
It reduces my body fat even without exercise and without controlling food.
It gifted me a new life, new shape, arrogance, pride, and happiness. I would like to thank Gluteala !!!


Murraya koenigii, premna serratifolia, garcina cambogia, phyllanthus emblica, Holarrhena antidysenterica, pongania glabra.


Aroma and Flavor

Fresh leaves may contain up to 2.6% essential oil. The following aroma components have been identified (in parentheses, the content in mg/kg fresh leaves): beta-caryophyllene (2.6 ppm), beta-gurjunene (1.9), beta-elemene (0.6), beta-phellandrene (0.5), beta-thujene (0.4), alpha-selinene (0.3), beta-bisabolene (0.3), furthermore limonene, beta-trans-ocimene and beta-cadinene (0.2 ppm). 

The leaves, the bark, and the roots of Murraya koenigii (L.) Spreng. can be used as a tonic and a stomachic. The bark and the roots are used as a stimulant by physicians. They are also used externally to cure eruptions and the bites of poisonous animals. The green leaves are stated to be eaten raw for curing dysentery, and the infusion of the washed leaves stops vomiting (Watt, 1891; Kirtikar and Basu, 1935; Dastur, 1962). A strong odiferous oil occurs in the leaves and the seeds of Murraya koenigii (L.) Spreng. The chemical examination of this oil has been made by Nigam and Purobit (1961). Gautam and Purobit (1974) reported that this essential oil exhibited a strong antibacterial and antifungal activity. An alkaloid, murrayacinine, is also found in this plant (Chakrabarty et al., 1974).

Murraya koenigii is an aromatic stomachic and carminative and is useful in anorexia acute and chronic dyspepsia flatulence and colic. It is often employed to correct the griping pains caused by purgatives. It is used as an antidote for snake bites especially the bites of Kraits.


 Promotes weight loss 
 Suppresses appetite 
 Reduces blood lipids 
 Increases fat oxidation/mobilization 
 Promotes glycogen synthesis 
 Increases energy levels

HCA can inhibit an enzyme in cells, citrate lyase, which is needed for the conversion of carbohydrates into fat. In the cell, carbohydrates are broken down into citrate compounds, which are then converted (by citrate lyase) into another compound; acetyl coenzyme A (acetyl CoA) – the metabolic building block for fat synthesis. By blocking the conversion of citrate into acetyl-CoA, HCA can suppress fat synthesis. Acetyl CoA is further converted into malonyl CoA, a compound that may block the actions of carnitine acyltransferase in shuttling fatty acids into the mitochondria to be burned. It is important to note, however, that the citrate lyase enzyme, is only significantly active under conditions of carbohydrate overconsumption. In other words, unless you’re eating a lot of carbohydrate-type foods (bagels, pasta, potatoes), and overloading your carbohydrate storage capacity (muscle and liver glycogen stores) there is no significant conversion of carbohydrates into fatty acids anyway (and HCA may not work for you). If, however, you’re chowing down on low-fat high-carb foods at every meal, then your glycogen stores will be over-flowing and your citrate lyase enzymes are going to be working overtime converting those excess carbs to fat. OK, so now that you’ve blocked the fat production, you have to do something with those excess carbs. They can’t be stored as glycogen because those stores in the liver and muscle are already full, so it is thought that the body disposes of them by increasing carbohydrate oxidation (burning them). As a result of these fully loaded glycogen stores, some researchers have suggested that a "side effect" of HCA supplementation may be a suppression of appetite – which would reduce food intake and promote weight loss.

Animal studies have shown that hydroxycitrate decreases weight gain – primarily by suppressing appetite and reducing food intake. At least one rat study has also shown a loss of body weight and reduced fat mass due to an 11% increase in daily energy expenditure. HCA appears to be effective in both lean and obese rats, where it can reduce food intake, body weight, body fat accumulation, fat cell size, and serum triglycerides. Studies of HCA supplementation in humans have been equivocal. In some studies, 1000-2400mg of HCA per day led to a doubling or tripling of weight loss compared to placebo groups. Just last year, however, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published a study showing no effect of Garcinia cambogia on weight loss in overweight men and women. In the study, a commercially available product and weight loss plan was used (Thermogenic Ultra Lean – Herbal weight loss plan with Garcinia cambogia – from Great American Nutrition, Salt Lake City, Utah). A total dose of 1500mg of HCA per day for 12 weeks did not augment weight loss compared to the placebo group. The JAMA study has been criticized by pro-HCA camps on a number of criteria including the restrictive nature of the diet (low energy – 1210 kcal per day), the high fiber content (which decreases absorption of HCA), and the failure to assess HCA absorption (to see if it actually got into the cells where it becomes active). In defense of the study, however, is the authors’ assertion that they wanted to test the compound under conditions in which people might normally try to lose weight (like a low-calorie diet) – not exactly a bad idea. They also noted that the possibility for HCA to be effective in blocking fat synthesis may be more evident when people "fall-off" their diets or relapse and start consuming lots of high carbohydrate foods. The authors of the JAMA study concluded that their results do not support a role for Garcinia cambogia in facilitating weight loss beyond the effects observed with a low-calorie high fiber diet. Evidence from animal studies and human trials of high carbohydrate diets, however, suggest otherwise – and support the use of HCA for inhibiting the fat synthesis and reducing body weight. Additionally, in those individuals consuming a normal diet, HCA may provide some measure of appetite suppression – an effect which may be expected to curtail food cravings and help to support weight maintenance. For example, one small study indicated that subjects taking HCA were better able to adhere to a weight loss diet than subjects taking a placebo. An unpublished study from the makers of the “Regulator” brand of HCA showed an effect on suppressing appetite and reducing body weight (4-12 lbs. greater than placebo). The study looked at 50 subjects who consumed 1.5-6 grams of the HCA supplement daily for one month. Another study used a double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized, crossover study design to investigate whether 3 days of HCA supplementation (3 grams/day) had any influence on metabolic parameters with or without moderately intense exercise (40-60% VO2max). The study examined 10 sedentary men across 4 lab visits (consuming a 30-35% fat diet) and found no significant differences for measures of fat/carbohydrate oxidation (respiratory quotient) or other aspects of metabolism.

Garcinia Cambogia is a relative newcomer to the ranks of Western herbalism but has been used for thousands of years in the Orient as a food supplement. It is used as an appetite suppressant and to inhibit the absorption and synthesis of fat, cholesterol, and triglycerides. In other words, it is a dietary aid

Garcinia is a fruit from one of a family of many handsome, tropical evergreen trees and shrubs called mangosteens that are native to India and southeastern Asia, Southern Africa, and Polynesia. The tree bears deep green, glossy, elliptical leaves and produces small, reddish, or yellowish, pumpkin-shaped fruits with a very sour taste, primarily because of their high hydroxycitric acid content (the rinds may contain thirty percent). The tree, which may thrive in poor soils, has been known in Asia for many reasons: It produces a brownish-yellow gum resin (xanthone) that is used commercially as a pigment, and it has also had some value in the timber industry. The fruit has also been used in Indian cuisines to flavor curries, preserve fish, and as a condiment. It has also occupied a place in ancient Indian Ayurveda as a purgative and as an aid that activates digestion. Perhaps, most importantly, Indian tradition claimed that Garcinia made food seem more filling. The last property created interest in the herb, and in 1965, researchers identified a compound called hydroxycitric acid (HCA) that had a chemical structure similar to that of citric acid (the primary acid in citrus fruits), which may be of great value in weight loss programs and energy-boosting regimes. Although most of the research into the herb has been conducted in laboratories, with no conclusive clinical trials to prove the herb's efficacy, continuing tests may hopefully reveal positive evidence. Garcinia has been used to decrease body fat in Japan for years.

There are no serious adverse side effects associated with the intake of Garcinia cambogia or hydroxycitric acid supplements aside from some minor gastrointestinal distress induced by high doses.

Toxicity tests have shown that Garcinia Cambogia extract is non-toxic and safe. Unknown decades of use by Asians has also yielded no known side effects. Research findings suggest that Garcinia Cambogia does not interfere with energy production, nutrient metabolism, prostaglandin synthesis, or any other essential biochemical process.


Frequently Asked Questions  (FAQ)

Why should I take Gluteala?

Gluteala is a natural Ayurvedic medicinal drink to control cholesterol and it has no side effects. Gluteala is highly effective in reducing excess body fat, preventing unnatural fattening of specific areas of the body such as the waist, hips, thighs, shoulders, and the hands effectively controls harmful cholesterol and rid the body of aches and pains, helping alleviate pain caused by arthritis. 

What is the difference between Gluteala and other fat reducing (Slim) teas in the market?

Gluteala is not tea. It's a sliming drink. Gluteala is made into an Ayurvedic formula and does not contain any tea or related substance. This is made purely from Ayurvedic herbal ingredients. Gluteala is a mixture of 5 herbal ingredients. According to Ayurveda, Herbs are taken in combination with other herbs to neutralize the toxicity of one herb with the opposing effect of the other or to enhance the particular effect of one herb with the help of the other. Therefore it's very risky to take individual herbal ingredients as medicine. Most of the herbal teas are blended with one herbal ingredient with tea.

Gluteala is approved and recommended by the Aruyveda Formulary Board of Sri Lanka, which comes under the Department of Ayurveda, the responsible Government authority in Sri Lanka for all herbal and Ayurveda products in the country.

Are there any known or unknown side effects?

No! Nothing at all.

What is the dosage?

After meals two bags twice a day. Morning and night. If the cholesterol level is high it is advisable to take 3 to 4 pot bags at a time twice a day.

Any Western medicine mixed for these products?

Strictly No! Gluteala is 100% natural and has no artificial flavors.

Can a patient use other herbal or western medicine to control cholesterol with Gluteala?


How long this product has been in the market?

This has been used for ages and has proven very good results, this can be recommended as a very effective treatment for fat reduction and arthritis.

How to drink Gluteala?

Directions - Pour boiling water directly onto two bags. For a perfect brew keep bags in the cup for 3 or 4 minutes. Use a spoon to extract the essence. Stir well and enjoy your herbal drink

How does this work?

It controls harmful fat in the blood circulation and cholesterol level significantly.

Can Gluteala be given for arthritis patients?

Yes! Gluteala is very effective in aches and pains caused by arthritis.

To get results how long do I have to take Gluteala?

Within 45 days 10 - 12kg weight reduction is sure.

Mediherbs is responsible for the manufacturing of Gluteala Ayurvedic Herbal Drink and they take full responsibility for their claims.