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      VIRAMIN GLICO 120 pcs. 2.5 g filter bags.

      Virumin glyco is a mix, a unique combination of eight healthy plants and the ability to maintain blood sugar levels within the limits considered normal. This special recipe proposed by the Polish producer P.W.M. GAMA, helps modern man successfully protect himself from chronic diabetes disease. Diabetes is gradually becoming a global epidemic. Often a debilitating and sometimes fatal illness in which the body either can not produce insulin or can not properly use the insulin it produces. Insulin is a hormone that controls the amount of glucose (sugar) in the blood. Diabetes leads to high blood sugar levels, which can damage organs, blood vessels and nerves. The body needs insulin to use sugar as a source of energy, or as we often call it bio-fuel.

      The many nutrients contained in the VIRUMIN GLUKO formula are supplied by:

      Buckwheat greens are a component derived from field crops. Buckwheat greens are high in flavonoids, some of which are routine and quercetin.

      In the leaves of white mulberry contains active ingredients (phytosterol glycosides) that slow the decomposition of sugars in the intestine, so they are absorbed more slowly in the blood. This helps the body maintain blood sugar levels in the desired range.
      It is believed that, with elevated blood sugar levels, the nutrients contained in the white mulberry leaves significantly lower it, improve the cholesterol levels and lipid levels in the blood. It was found that the white mulberry leaf compounds inhibited the development of atherosclerosis and contributed to the clearing of the plaques in the arteries. Since the plate is mainly cholesterol, the leaves of white mulberry can reduce the risk of heart complications.

      By consuming an infusion of white mulberry leaves, the body receives vitamin A, vitamin C, B complex vitamins, potassium, sodium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron mineral salts, many organic acids, pectin, tanning agents, dyes.

      Tea is also grown for medical purposes. The leaves contain essential oil, saponins, catechins, glycosides, fumaric acid, urzel and oleic acid, chlorogenic acid, pentoses, waxes, amino acids (asparagine, glutamine), vitamins B1, C, P, PP, flavonoids. The essential oil consists of thiol, borneol, thion, cinnol, camphor, pinen, salen and other terpenes. Saucer leaves are anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, hypoglycemic.

      The healing effect of Blueberry leaves has been known since ancient times. The rich chemical composition also predetermines their broad application to alleviate the symptoms of many diseases.
      The leaves are high in vitamin C (up to 250mg%), tanning substances (7-19%) and glucose (up to 2%). They also contain ceryl alcohol, organic acids (quinine, malic, urzic, etc.), resinous substances, essential oils, glycosides (myrtilin, neomycin, arbutin, ericolin, quercetin, etc.) ), hydroquinone and the like. Anthocyanin glycosides, myrtilin and neomycin, called plant insulins, help reduce blood sugar in diabetics.

      The channel is a source of microelements such as vitamin K and iron, as well as a source of calcium, manganese and dietary fiber. Cinnamon is low in fat and sugar and can be added to food without increasing the amount of sugar, fat or calories. Many of the nutritional and medical benefits of cinnamon refer to its powerful antioxidant capacity. Cinnamon lowers triglycerides, bad cholesterol and total cholesterol, does not change the level of good cholesterol. Cinnamon also has antimicrobial properties, may have a role in reducing chronic inflammation, resulting in various neurodegenerative diseases.
      Cinnamon normalizes blood sugar levels. Adding cinnamon to the menu slows down the rate of emptying of the stomach and significantly slows the rise in blood sugar levels. Taking less than half a teaspoon a day reduces blood sugar levels in type 2 diabetics.

      Fenugreek seeds have antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-diabetic and anti-tumor properties. They contain small amounts of alkaloid triglycine, nicotinic acid, steroid sapogenins, flavonoids, mucus and bitter substances, little essential oil, fatty oil, proteins, tannins, vitamins, phosphorus, iron. Due to the presence of natural galactomannan fibers, fenugreek slows down the rate at which sugar is absorbed into the bloodstream. The antidiabetic properties of fenugreek seeds are also due to the alkaloid trigonellin, which helps to lower blood sugar, as well as nicotinic acid and coumarin. The amino acid 4-hydroxyisoleucine in fenugreek causes insulin production, so 15-20 grams of fenugreek are recommended to control blood sugar on a daily basis. By slowly releasing insulin into the body, general body function improves, and blood sugar peaks are no longer a problem for diabetics.

      The root of Siberian ginseng is often prescribed in Europe and Russia as an herbal tonic that improves the function of the immune system and overall well-being. It has been classified as an "adaptogen", meaning a substance that increases the non-specific body resistance to a wide range of chemical, physical, psychological and biological factors (stress factors). The main component in Eleuthero, which has an adaptogenic capacity, has been found to be the content of eleuteroside, and high-quality preparations are standardized or are guaranteed to have a certain amount of this compound.
      It is prescribed for chronic diseases such as atherosclerosis, acute pyelonephritis, diabetes mellitus, hypertension and hypotension, acute cranial brain injury, neurosis, rheumatic heart disease, chronic fatigue syndrome.

      Blackberries are traditionally used in phytotherapy because of the high levels of antioxidants and their ability to absorb free radicals. They contain tannins. flavonoids, vitamin C, organic acids, magnesium salts and other mineral salts derived from camphorol and quercetin, phenolic acids, triterpenes.
      Blackberry leaves are considered an effective remedy for diabetes as they help balance blood glucose levels and prevent insulin attacks.

      Buckwheat blossoms 30%
      White mulberry leaves 30%
      Medical Salvia (Sage) 10%
      Blueberry leaves 10%
      Cinnamon bark 6%
      Siberian ginseng root 5%
      Fenugreek seeds 5%
      Blackberry leaves 4%

      The product does not contain salt, food colorants or artificial preservatives, does not contain products of animal origin, gluten, soya, wheat or yeast, does not contain stabilizers and genetically modified products, antibiotics, psychotropic and narcotic ingredients, hormones and dangerous chemicals of any kind to be a kind.

      Preparation: Put one VYRAMINE GLUKO filter bag in a glass and pour fresh boiled water (no boiling water).
      The temperature should be about 100 degrees Celsius.
      Boil for 5 to 10 minutes.

      How to prepare a cold drink: Put two filter bags in a bottle of mineral water (0.5l) .Cry them for about 1 hour. In the summer months, before squeezing sachets, drain 1/4 lemon in the liquid. The prepared drink contains a perfect source of vitamins and minerals, especially necessary for children and young people.

      Directions for use: One filter bag, three times a day, preferably 30 minutes before a meal. Store in a dry place at room temperature, protected from light.

      Nutritional value of one portion VIRAMIN GLUKO (1 pack = 2.5 g product)
      in 100g and in 2.5g (portion)
      Energy value: 0 kcal / 0 KJ - 0 kcal / 0 KJ /
      Protein: <0.50g / Carbohydrates: <0.50g / <0.0125g
      Of which sugars: <0.50g / <0.0125g
      Fat: <0.50g / <0.0125g
      Of which saturated fat: <0.1g / <0.0025g
      Total digestive fiber: <0.50g / <0.0125g
      Salt: <0.01g / <0.00025g

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