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  • Supports and detoxes your pancreas*
  • Helps improve your digestive system and metabolism*
  • Supports energy and promotes weight loss*
  • Rich in anthocyanins for metabolism and glucose*

60 vegetarian capsules | 2 capsules per serving

The American Diabetes Association® has highly recommended traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in the treatment of diabetic patients:

“TCM is a system of healing that originated thousands of years ago. It has evolved into a well-developed, coherent system of medicine that uses several modalities to treat and prevent illness. The most commonly employed therapeutic methods in TCM include acupuncture/moxibustion, Chinese herbal medicine, diet therapy, mind/body exercises (Qigong and Tai Chi), and Tui Na (Chinese massage)

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Cyanidin is one of the six Anthocyanin subsets, and its glucoside Cyanidin-3-Glucoside (C3G) has been garnering attention for its ability to decrease blood glucose levels, and its ability to not hinder muscle protein synthesis at the same time (downstream of AMPK activation).
Our results show that corn silk can effectively lower blood sugar in diabetic mice. The underlying mechanism of the hypoglycemic effect of corn silk. Corn silk contains proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and fiber. It also contains chemicals which might work like water pills (diuretics), and it might alter blood sugar levels, and help reduce inflammation.
Absorption of glucose, lower blood sugar levels. Studies have shown sugar contents of polysaccharides isolated from Astragalus respectively are 53.37%, 67.37% and 98.86%.
It has been used widely in Southeast Asian countries as a herbal medicine and being beneficial for the prevention and treatment of diabetes. We have previously presented evidence that GP tea possesses anti-diabetic effect, both as a single treatment and as an add-on therapy to sulfonylureas with good safety data in newly diagnosed T2D patients. In addition, the extract of GP has been shown to reduce both hyperglycemia and hyperlipidemia in diabetic Zucker Fatty rats [12]. Therefore, this study was aimed to evaluate the effect of GP tea on insulin sensitivity by somatostatin-insulin-glucose infusion test (SIGIT) in drug-naïve type 2 diabetic patients.
Anti-obesity effects of Lysimachia foenum-graecum characterized by decreased adipogenesis and regulated lipid metabolism.
One of the pharmacological effects of anthocyanins is the inhibition of carbohydrate digestion enzymes, which leads to a reduction in blood glucose levels. Additionally, research has shown that anthocyanins activate glucose and lipid metabolism pathways in the liver and muscles, which also contribute to lowering blood glucose levels. Plants rich in anthocyanins are Vaccinium species, such as blueberry, cranberry, and bilberry; Rubus berries, including black raspberry, red raspberry, and blackberry; blackcurrant, cherry, eggplant (aubergine) peel, black rice, ube, Okinawan sweet potato, Concord grape, muscadine grape, red cabbage, and violet petals.
Radix Rehmanniae is present in many herbal preparations for the treatment of diabetes and is derived from the roots.
Eleuthero ginseng is considered to be the most important of these substitutes, it lowers sugar contents in the blood and urine, acts favorably on the metabolism, the central nervous system.
To be effective in lowering blood sugar; bark, lycium fruit, trichosanthes root, alisma, and asparagus root. Artemisia helps calm and soothe redness on the skin while also healing acne/breakouts. It's also packed with Vitamin A (great for skin renewal and regeneration) and Vitamin C (a skin brightening and protecting ingredient)! What is artemisia capillaris flower extract? In Eastern medicine, Artemisia Capillaris has been used for centuries to treat numerous diseases, including hepatitis, jaundice and even headaches. The extract obtained from the flowers of the Japanese herb is said to have both antimicrobial and skin-lightening effects Is Artemisia good for diabetics? Fifteen patients with diabetes mellitus were treated with Artemisia herba-alba Asso. extract (AHE). Results showed that AHE caused considerable lowering of elevated blood sugar and 14 out of 15 patients had good remission of diabetic symptoms with use of AHE.
Huang Lian (HL), one of the traditional Chinese medicines (TCMs) that contains multiple active components including berberine (BBR), has been used to treat symptoms associated with diabetes for thousands of years. Compared to the monomer of BBR, HL exerts a better glucose-lowering activity and plays different roles in regulating gut microbiota. However, it remains unclear what role the gut microbiota plays in the anti-diabetic activity of HL.
Artemisiae capillaris is a traditional Chinese herbal medicine that is usually used in the liver protection, and it has remarkable therapeutic and protective effect for liver fibrosis, oxidative damage to liver , and any other liver injury, which were characterized by the excessive accumulation of ECM.
Cyanidin is one of the six Anthocyanin subsets, and its glucoside Cyanidin-3-Glucoside (C3G) has been garnering attention for its ability to decrease blood glucose levels, and its ability to not hinder muscle protein synthesis at the same time (downstream of AMPK activation). Cyanidin, like other flavonoids, are showing promise as compounds beneficial for health and reducing your risk of several chronic diseases.