Anti-Diabetes: Herbal Remedy for Diabetes
Herbal Remedy for Diabetes
Anti-Diabetes is a herbal remedy for diabetes. It is a herbal supplement for the support and maintenance of healthy blood glucose and can be used along with conventional diabetic products.
What does Anti-Diabetes do?
- Used for Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes
- Assists in treatment of insulin and non-insulin dependent diabetics
- Helps with liver ailments and deficiencies
- Helps with pancreas ailments and deficiencies
Anti-Diabetes can be used for:
Type 1 Diabetes
Type 2 Diabetes
Lowering Blood Sugar
Insulin Resistant Patients
Recommended use: Anti-Diabetes Dosage and Directions for Use
Contra Indications: Not to be taken during pregnancy. Patients with a hypersensitivity to any of the plant species or ingredients.
Warning: Blood sugar levels can drop rapidly when Anti-Diabetes is taken in conjunction with pharmaceutical drugs. It is therefore important that checks be taken at least once daily.
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I just wanted to follow up to see if you managed to speak to that doctor regarding the anti-diabetes and the high blood pressure medicine. My friend started using the drops and has reported that her sugar levels are dropping to a more desirable number. My friend says since her sugar has stabilised she has not had any blood pressure problems. I hope that her problem has now been sorted. She has all the information so I am sure she will let me know it things flare up again. She is amazed with the Anti Diabetes drops. Odette - Customer
More About Anti-Diabetes Herbal Remedy
Anti-Diabetes herbal remedy has an incredible effectiveness on diabetes with beneficial results generally felt within the first week, and the dependency on insulin and on drugs being dramatically reduced and often ended. Anecdotal data supported by tests showed results that were astonishing with the reversal of diabetes type 1 and type 2 and with some diabetic sufferers reporting normal sugar levels even four years after the treatment.
Anti-Diabetes was formulated not to replace medications but to assist the liver and pancreas to function normally. For reasons not yet clear, Anti-Diabetes rapidly drops the reliance on pharmaceutical drugs for type 1 diabetics and appears to make the pancreas either produce or release the needed insulin for type 2 diabetics. Consistent anecdotal data from using Anti-Diabetes has shown that the damage caused to the vision, the nerves and the kidneys is minimized and often reversed.
The Herbs in Anti-Diabetes Used To Treat Diabetes
Natto roots are the main herbal ingredient for this diabetic remedy. The roots are found in Africa and form an integral part of African herbal medicine. Its beneficial results on non-insulin dependent patients are usually felt within weeks with anecdotal data supporting the properties of Natto roots for non-insulin and insulin dependent patients.
Momordica has in recent years, experienced a resurgence in research for hypoglycaemic activity. A number of patents have been submitted on actives and processes of Momordica for insulin-type properties. The fruit has at least three different groups of constituents reported to have hypoglycaemic (blood-sugar lowering) action of potential benefit in diabetes disorders. These include a mixture of steroidal saponins known as charantin, insulin-like peptides, and alkaloids. It is still unclear which of these is most effective, or if all three work together.
Multiple controlled clinical studies have confirmed the benefit of bitter melon for patients with diabetes. Ethno-botanical data also supports the use of Momordica in the treatment for diabetes. The Portuguese and other communities in East Africa, from as early as the 1840's, were using this herb as a supplement for diabetes.
Artemisia Afra for uses on diabetes has been recorded in early botanical and medicinal books. The use of this herb in Southern Africa is extensive. It is recorded that the early settlers, mainly in the Cape Province, used this herb to control diabetes.
Caju (Anacardium Occidentale) is used by South American and East Africans alike and is reported to have hypoglycaemic properties. Although the ethno botanical data is imprecise, there is a strong following of this herb for the treatment of diabetes and its associated symptoms in Africa, South America and India. Two studies (one with mice and the other with rats) in 1989 and 1998 document the protective quality of a leaf extract against lab-induced diabetes, although the extract did not act as hypoglycaemic, it did stabilize blood glucose levels near pre-test levels.
Hi Kareen, Just a few words to confirm that your Anti Diabetes Herbal Remedy works fantastically well. I had been diagnosed by my GP as a type 2 diabetic and was on Glucophage for approximately 2 years. Since discovering your herbal remedy and using it, I have stopped the medication and my blood sugar level tests within the normal limits every morning. I am very happy with your remedy and cannot recommend it strongly enough. JJ Neto - Customer
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