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Herbal medicine and supplements are often utilized in order to capitalize on the wide variety of chemical compounds found in plants. The use of herbs as medicine is especially prevalent in many non-industrialized societies. Many plants have medicinal properties that are capable of performing important biological functions within humans. When consumed at small levels, many chemical compounds of plants are potentially beneficial for long-term human health. These chemical compounds often function in a similar manner as the chemical compounds of conventional medicinal drugs. These herbs often have culinary uses in addition to medicinal uses. While less common in industrialized societies, herbal medicine and supplements have become increasingly common in clinical settings as recent scientific evidence has proven their effectiveness in treating disease. The origins of some modern pharmaceuticals can be found in herbal extracts as well. The herbal extracts are drawn from raw herbs and purified in order to meet pharmaceutical standards. Additionally, herbal medicine and supplements are often favored due to their relatively lower cost when compared to conventional medicinal drugs.

The ingredients formulated in Gluco-Solve have been purported to have the following benefits. Gluco-Solve makes no claim as to the efficacy of individual ingredients. Studies have been conducted on each individual ingredient and we encourage you to investigate the results.

Salvia officinalis (sage): Common sage has an extensive history of medicinal uses and has been claimed to be somewhat of a miracle herb. Sage leaf contains tannic acid, oleic acid, ursonic acid, ursolic acid, cornsole, cornsolic acid, fumaric acid, chlorogenic acid, caffeic acid, niacin, nicotinamide, flavones, flavonoid glycosides, and estrogenic compounds. The organic substances of sage have been shown to have many medicinal uses such as:

  • Antibiotic/antifungal: killing bacteria as well as inhibiting bacterial growth
  • Astringent: shrinking/constricting body tissues; can be used internally to check blood flow or restrict secretions of fluids; beneficial in treating sore throats, hemorrhages, and diarrhea
  • Hypoglycemic: lowering abnormally high blood sugar (glucose) levels
  • Other: treating mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease and hyperlipidemia

Garlic: In addition to its culinary uses, garlic has been shown to have high levels of vitamin B6, vitamin C, and manganese, among other nutrients. Medicinal uses of garlic include:

  • Preventing heart disease (many cardiovascular benefits such as reducing high cholesterol and high blood pressure) and cancer
  • Preventing and treating the common cold
  • Regulating blood glucose levels and preventing complications of diabetes
  • Other: remedying infections, digestive disorders, and fungal infections

Cinnamon: Cinnamon has culinary uses while cinnamon extract has a wide variety of medicinal uses such as:

  • Antiviral properties such as inhibiting the replication of the herpes virus
  • Controlling blood glucose levels
  • Possibly inhibiting the development of Alzheimer’s disease

Kale: In addition to its culinary uses, kale has been shown to have elevated levels of vitamin A (beta carotene), vitamin C, vitamin K, and manganese, among other nutrients. Additional compounds include:

  • Sulforaphane: Inhibiting cancer growth
  • Indole-3-carbinol: Boosting cell DNA repair and blocking the growth of cancer cells
  • Bile acid sequestrants (resins): Lowering cholesterol and decreasing absorption of dietary fat

Blueberry: Blueberry has many culinary uses and is rich in vitamin C, vitamin K, manganese, and dietary fiber. The plant also has a low glycemic load and additional medicinal benefits such as:

  • Reducing inflammation and cancer
  • Increasing blood pressure regulation
  • Lowering cholesterol and overall blood lipid levels
  • Possibly reducing blood glucose
  • Possibly reducing symptoms of depression

Blackberry: In addition to culinary uses, blackberry has been shown to have medicinal benefits such as:

  • Increasing overall respiratory health (treating the flu, alleviating allergies, reducing body ache, etc.)
  • Lowering high cholesterol
  • Boosting the immune system

Red beet: In addition to its numerous culinary uses, red beet is an excellent source of folate and manganese. Additional compounds include:

  • Betalains: Reducing homocysteine concentration to lower risk of heart disease, stroke, and peripheral vascular disease
  • Nitrate: Possibly reducing blood pressure

Bamboo shoot: Bamboo has a wide variety of culinary and commercial uses.There are many different types of bamboo that contain nutrients and compounds such as proteins, fiber, calcium, phosphorus, iron, sodium, beta carotene,thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, and ascorbic acid. Possible medicinal uses for bamboo shoots in particular include:

  • Treating asthma, cough, and other respiratory diseases
  • Aiding digestion
  • Reducing fever

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Gluco-Solve really works! I was skeptical at first, but I gave it 30 days. I have lost 10 pounds, I have more energy, and I feel GREAT.

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