Herbs To Reduce Cholesterol Levels

Khushi Patel


Compounds like sulfur and allicin found in garlic may help increase HDL (good) cholesterol and decrease LDL (bad) cholesterol. 


The active ingredient in turmeric, curcumin, has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant qualities that may help lower LDL cholesterol and lower the risk of heart disease.


Studies on the possible cholesterol-lowering properties of ginger have suggested that it may lower LDL cholesterol levels. Drinking ginger tea or incorporating raw ginger into food may have certain advantages.


There are substances in cinnamon that may help reduce LDL cholesterol and increase insulin sensitivity. It could be advantageous to sprinkle cinnamon on food or add it to drinks like coffee or tea.


The soluble fiber included in fenugreek seeds has the potential to reduce LDL cholesterol levels. Fenugreek powder added to food or fenugreek seeds steeped in water can both promote heart health.

Holy Basil

Known for its antioxidant qualities, holy basil (also referred to as tulsi) may help reduce LDL cholesterol levels. There might be some advantages to making tulsi tea or utilizing fresh tulsi leaves in food preparation.


Compounds found in coriander seeds may help raise HDL and decrease LDL cholesterol levels. Making coriander tea or adding ground coriander to food may be beneficial.

Green Tea

High in catechins, a type of antioxidant, green tea may help lower LDL cholesterol and lower the risk of heart disease. Regularly consuming green tea as part of a nutritious diet may offer certain advantages for the cardiovascular system.