Were you looking for information about Policosanol? Policosonol is a common misspelling of policosanol.
Policosanol is a supplement that is made up of fatty alcohol derived from plant waxes. It is claimed to help reduce cholesterol levels, although there is not enough evidence to prove that it is indeed effective for this use. To help ensure safe treatment, you should talk to your healthcare provider if you are pregnant, have a bleeding disorder, or have any allergies before using policosanol. Although policosanol is a "natural" product, it can still cause side effects such as upset stomach, drowsiness, and migraines.
(Click Policosanol to learn more about the safety, effectiveness, and benefits of policosanol. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on policosanol.)
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