Many people have lost the ability to regulate their body sugar level. This formula assists the pancrease and
other organs to maintain optimal sugar level.
Blueberry (Vaccinium arctostaphylos L) plant inhabiting the elevations of 3,000-5,000 feet high in the Perinea
Peninsula has a legendary reputation as aid to diabetics. The Europeans have used the leaves blueberry for diabetes
successfully for many decades. In the East European countries tea of blueberry leaves known as "Chai Cherniki" used
in tinctures for gastric colitis and diabetes and other digestive problems.
Goat's Rue Herb
This herb contains galegin, which has been reported to lower blood sugar. In vitro galegin has been proven to
inhibit the glucose transport of human epithelium cells. Though not proven by any testing Goat's Rue has been
used by alternative medicine in supportive therapy for diabetes. Goat's Rue has also been used for it's aggregation
inhibiting properties and lactagogic and diuretic effects.
An energizer which combats fatigue by nourishing exhausted adrenal glands and by reducing toxins in the liver.
It is also a strong immune-enhancing herb and tonic.
It is a blood purifier, carminative, tonic, alterative. Burdock is used for colds, allergies, sore throat, tonsilitis
and coughs. It helps neutralize poisons in the body, relieving both the kidney and the lymphatic system.
The dandelion root is a blood and kidney cleaner and tonic, as well as a diuretic. It can be used as a general
cleansing stimulant for the liver. Both the dried leaves and the dried and powdered root are used as a bitter
tea. This tea is for any malfunction of the liver. Fresh dandelion leaves or dried root are valuable additions
to a diet for people with diabetes and hepatitis.
Plantain Leaves (Plantago Major)
Aucuban, an active substance in Plantain leaf, is known to neutralize tobacco poisons. Plantain leaf is useful
in treating chronic lung problems, and is rich in calcium, potassium, sulfur, trace minerals and vitamins C, K
and B. One of the most common plants used for coughing, wheezing, irritation. Contains iridoids, acubain, flavonoids,
mucilage, tannins. Herb soothes inflamed and sore membranes, making it ideal for coughs and bronchitis.
Alterative, diuretic, purgative. It is used in jaundice, eczema, scrofulous diseases, etc., the infusion of
1 OZ. of the dried herb to a pint of boiling water being taken in wineglassful doses. The infusion is a cordial
and greatly promotes perspiration. The addition of a few aniseeds in making a decoction of the herb in wine has
been held to increase its efficacy in removing obstructions of the liver and gall.