When we combine all the four herbal medicines, together with the help of , through of course, a closely guarded proprietary process, we have a formulation so potent and effective that it benefits all men with diabetes.

DiabeRex™ is produced by employing a Proprietary Process based on Revolutionary Nano-Extraction technology to extract the essence of traditional herbal medicines. It is the Nano-Particles that make DiabeRex™ so effective and plays a pivotal role to bring out such wonderful effects.

The ingredients
#1: Bitter Gourd Root Extract ( 150mg )
The bitter gourd has excellent medicinal virtues. It is antidotal, antipyretic tonic, appetizing, stomachic, antibilious and laxative. The bitter gourd is also used in native medicines of Asia and Africa.
The bitter gourd is specifically used as a folk medicine for diabetes. Recent researches have established that it contains a hypoglycaemic or insulin-like principle, designated as 'plant-insulin', which has been found highly beneficial in lowering the blood and urine sugar levels. It should, therefore, be included liberally in the diet of the diabetic.
Many diabetic patients take the juice of about four or five fruits every morning on an empty stomach to fight Diabetes. The seeds of bitter gourd can be added to food in the powdered form.
Diabetics can also use bitter gourd in the form of decoction by boiling the pieces in water or in the form of dry powder.
A majority of diabetics usually suffer from malnutrition as they are usually under-nourished. Bitter gourd being rich in all the essential vitamins and minerals, especially vitamin A, B1, B2, C and Iron, its regular use prevents many complications such as hypertension, eye complications, neuritis and defective metabolism of carbohydrates. It increases body's resistance against infection.
Bitter Gourd is highly effective in helping to fight against blood disorder like blood boils, scabies, itching, psoriasis, ringworm and other fungal diseases

#2: Panax Ginseng
Panax ginseng is an herbal supplement derived from the roots of the ginseng plant. The term "ginseng" usually refers to Panax ginseng (also known as Asian ginseng, Chinese ginseng, or Korean ginseng). 
This type of ginseng should not be confused with American ginseng or Siberian ginseng, which have different medicinal properties. 
Early studies show promising results for using ginseng for the following uses:

* Improving mental functioning (such as improving arithmetic skills), although ginseng does not seem to improve memory when used alone
* Lowering blood sugar in people with diabetes
* Improving sexual function in men with impotence (also known as erectile dysfunction or ED)
* Delaying premature ejaculation (when combined with several other herbs and applied to the skin as a cream).

#3: Ophiopogon Root Extract
The herbs is sweet and slightly bitter in flavour, slightly cold in nature and acts on the heart, stomach and lung channels. 
Being sweet, cold and moist in nature for nourishing Yin to clear heat and promoting the generation of the body fluid to moisten dryness, the herb mainly clears heart from the lung and stomach, moistens dryness of the lung, nourishes stomach-yin, dispels heat from the heart and relieve vexation. 
It is indicated for dry cough due to impairment of Yin caused by dryness of the lung, for thirst due to consumption of the body fluid caused by febrile diseae, for excessive heat due to Yin deficiency, for vexation and restlessness, and for other syndromes.

#4: Kudzu Root Extract
Kudzu is a high-climbing, twining, trailing, perennial vine. The huge root, which can grow to the size of a human, is the source of medicinal preparations used in Traditional Chinese Medicine and modern herbal products. 
Kudzu root has been known for centuries in Traditional Chinese Medicine as ge-gen. The first written mention of the plant as a medicine is in the ancient herbal text of Shen Nong (circa A.D. 100). In Traditional Chinese Medicine, kudzu root is used in prescriptions for the treatment of wei, or "superficial," syndrome (a disease that manifests just under the surface-mild, but with fever), thirst, headache, and stiff neck with pain due to high blood pressure.
It is also recommended for allergies, migraine headaches, and diarrhea. The historical application for drunkenness has become a major focal point of modern research on kudzu. It is also used in modern Chinese medicine as a treatment for angina pectoris

#5: Chinese Yam Extract
The Chinese yam (Dioscorea opposita) has long been used as a traditional medicine and foodstuff in China, to relieve stomach pain and diarrhoea. Now modern science is revealing that yams have even greater health benefits. 
Shujun Wang, at Tianjin University, and co-workers have discovered that the starch in yams helps to reduce hyperlipidaemia - high levels of fatty lipid molecules in the bloodstream - which is a major cause of death throughout the world.
Research found that the rats that were fed yam starch had significantly decreased levels of cholesterol and triglyceride fats in their blood, but those that were fed potato starch showed a change that was not statistically significant. The researchers believe that yam starch is more resistant than potato starch - it escapes digestion in the small intestine and passes through to the large intestine.
This newly discovered role for starch also implies that uncooked yams with intact starch granules (pictured) are better than cooked yams for lowering blood lipids. In future, the researchers hope to uncover the enzyme and gene mechanisms that work to cause this lipid reduction

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