Indications for use
- In spring and autumn to prevent colds.
- Frequent acute respiratory infections and SARS.
- Dysbacteriosis and candidiasis.
- Long-term stress, adverse environmental conditions.
- Harmful addictions, regular intake of medicines.
Gymnema Sylvestre, native to the tropical forests of India for centuries was used by Indians to normalize blood sugar levels.Substances included in the Gymnema Sylvestre such as Gymnema acid, when applied to the tongue, block the sensation of sweetness. Drawing on the language of Gymnema potassium (substance isolated from this plant) it leads to a loss of perception of sweetness – sugar causes a feeling of sand in the mouth.
Traditional use of Jimnema Silvestra as a remedy for diabetes received scientific confirmation almost 70 years ago, when it was it is proved that the leaves of this plant reduce the sugar content in the urine
diabetics. Scientific justification of the effect of Jimnema on diabetic patients was not conducted until 1981, when again it has been demonstrated that the intake of dried leaves of Jimnema Sylvester
reduces blood sugar and increases serum insulin levels.
It is believed that the active ingredient of Gymnema, Gymnema acid, supports the production of insulin. It is possible that in addition to the body’s ability to control blood sugar levels, the acid helps restore the cells of the pancreas, producing insulin. It is also believed that Gymnema Sylvestre able block the absorption of sugar in the gastrointestinal tract.
Since diabetes usually does not manifest until the pancreatic cells the glands responsible for producing insulin will not be seriously affected for injuries, jimnema extract is recommended not only for treatment, but also for the prevention of diabetes (especially in the elderly). It is interesting to note that the extract of Jimnema Sylvester does not have side effects effects and has an effect on reducing blood sugar only in patients diabetes. In healthy people when taken extract Gymnema Sylvestre not it was discovered the effect of lowering blood pressure and sugar.
- regulates blood sugar levels;
- supports the formation of insulin in the body;
- normalizes the metabolism of carbohydrates;
- prevents the development of diabetes.