A combination of Fenugreek treated & processed in Apple cider Vinegar. Fenugreek seeds are small, roughly angular, brownish yellow seeds. The seeds have a bitter yet pleasing flavor and potent aroma and are a characteristic taste of curry powders. The pebble-like seeds are often toasted to enhance their pungent aroma and have a powerful bittersweet, somewhat acrid taste, so use them in moderation. Fenugreek seeds are most commonly used in Indian cookery.
APPLE CIDER VINEGAR- blood sugar controller:
According to recent academic studies, vinegar slows the rise of blood sugar levels after you have eaten a meal and when taken at bed time, vinegar lowers morning blood sugar levels.
Strange as it might seem, including some vinegar in your diet may improve your blood sugar. Although vinegar has a bit of a checkered past — it has too often been hyped in weight-loss diets and miracle cures — solid research has clearly shown that it can improve glycemic control.
Taking 1/2 tablespoons of fenusulin before bedtime led to a 2 to 4 percent decrease in fasting blood sugar levels and over a period of time,brings to a normal stage.
Apple cider vinegar along with fenugreek, not only was it a natural digestive cleanser, but it would help you metabolize carbohydrates. vinegar tonic interferes with the absorption of high-carbohydrate foods which reduces the blood sugar rise that normally occurs after a meal.
The acetic acid in vinegar may inhibit enzymes that digest starch so that carbohydrate molecules aren't available for absorption and are eliminated as fecal matter. Vinegar appears to have effects similar to some of the most popular medications for diabetes" (Acarbose or Metformin)
fenusulin can be taken along with existing medicines, will not have any anti effects, side effects and after effects.
Net Weight : 150 grams X 2 (60 days requirement)
Dosage : 1/2 Tea-spoon (2gms) Twice a day before lunch & Dinner
Health Benefits of Fenugreek
Several human intervention trials demonstrated that the antidiabetic effects of fenugreek seeds ameliorate most metabolic symptoms associated with type-1 and type-2 diabetes in both humans and relevant animal models by reducing serum glucose and improving glucose tolerance. Fenugreek is currently available commercially in encapsulated forms and is being prescribed as dietary supplements for the control of hypercholesterolemia and diabetes by practitioners of complementary and alternative medicine