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DiabeTea: Gymnema Bitter Melon Tea, Natural Remedy 3oz 40 cups

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DiabeTea is our all-natural gymnema, cinnamon, chamomile, and bitter melon herbal remedy.

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Product Description

DiabeTea is our all-natural cinnamon, chamomile, gymnema bitter melon tea and herbal remedy.

Do your eyes glaze over at the sight of cupcakes and chocolate donuts? Yeah, ours too, but DiabeTea can help you fight off some cravings by instead indulging in a delicious apple-cinnamon and chamomile blend that is naturally sugar-free and has zero carbs. DiabeTea is like chewing a delicious gum that takes away any sweet-tooth urges.

  • Caffeine-free
  • 3-ounce pouch makes about 40 cups
  • Delicious flavor, served hot or iced
  • Naturally sweetened with stevia

 

Herbal Remedy

Gymnema sylvestre is a herb native to the tropical forests of southern and central India where it’s been used as a natural remedy for nearly 2,000 years. Bitter melon has also been used in Asian traditional medicine for hundreds of years.

When combined with bitter melon and gymnema sylvestre, cinnamon gives our tea such a delightful flavor, you’ll even forget it’s a natural herbal remedy with gymnema bitter melon tea.

*This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Additional Information

Weight 3 oz
Dimensions 8 x 6 x 2 in
Ingredients

Cinnamon, Chamomile, Gymnema, Bitter Melon, Stevia, Natural apple flavor

Directions

Use 1 tsp per 8oz of water; heat water to 75°C/167°F (just before boiling); steep 3-5 min; Enjoy hot or iced.

References

^ “Gymnema sylvestre – Gurmar”. Flowersofindia.net. Retrieved 2011-02-18. ^ Yeh, GY; Eisenberg, DM; Kaptchuk, TJ; Phillips, RS (2003). “Systematic review of herbs and dietary supplements for glycemic control in diabetes”. Diabetes Care 26 (4): 1277–94. doi:10.2337/diacare.26.4.1277. PMID 12663610. ^ a b Duke, James A., ed. (2002). Handbook of medicinal herbs (2nd ed.). CRC Press. p. 855. ISBN 0-8493-1284-1. ^ a b c Wiersema, John Harry; León, Blanca (1999). World Economic Plants: A Standard Reference. CRC Press. p. 661. ISBN 0-8493-2119-0. ^ a b Rehm, Sigmund, ed. (1994). Multilingual dictionary of agronomic plants. Springer. p. 91. ISBN 0-7923-2970-8. ^ Kinghorn, A. Douglas; Compadre, César M. (2001). “Less Common High-Potency Sweeteners”. In Nabors, Lyn O’Brien. Alternative Sweeteners. CRC Press. pp. 209–33. ISBN 978-0-8247-0437-7. ^ Lemon, CH; Imoto, T; Smith, DV (2003). “Differential gurmarin suppression of sweet taste responses in rat solitary nucleus neurons”. Journal of neurophysiology 90 (2): 911–23. doi:10.1152/jn.00215.2003. PMID 12702710. ^ Hellekant, G; Ninomiya, Y; Danilova, V (1998). “Taste in chimpanzees. III: Labeled-line coding in sweet taste”. Physiology & behavior 65 (2): 191–200. doi:10.1016/S0031-9384(97)00532-5. PMID 9855466. ^ Sugihara, Y; Nojima, H; Matsuda, H; Murakami, T; Yoshikawa, M; Kimura, I (2000). “Antihyperglycemic effects of gymnemic acid IV, a compound derived from Gymnema sylvestre leaves in streptozotocin-diabetic mice”. Journal of Asian natural products research 2 (4): 321–7. doi:10.1080/10286020008041372. PMID 11249615. ^ Nerurkar PV, Lee YK, Linden EH et al. (August 2006). “Lipid lowering effects of Momordica charantia (Bitter Melon) in HIV-1-protease inhibitor-treated human hepatoma cells, HepG2″. Br. J. Pharmacol. 148 (8): 1156–64. doi:10.1038/sj.bjp.0706821. PMC 1752016. PMID 16847441. ^ Gadang, V; Gilbert, W; Hettiararchchy, N; Horax, R; Katwa, L; Devareddy, L (2011). “Dietary bitter melon seed increases peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-γ gene expression in adipose tissue, down-regulates the nuclear factor-κB expression, and alleviates the symptoms associated with metabolic syndrome”. Journal of medicinal food 14 (1–2): 86–93. doi:10.1089/jmf.2010.0010. PMID 21128828. Khan A, Safdar M, Ali Khan MM, Khattak KN, Anderson RA (2003). “Cinnamon improves glucose and lipids of people with type 2 diabetes”. Diabetes Care 26 (12): 215–218. doi:10.2337/diacare.26.12.3215. Is it true that cinnamon can lower blood sugar in people who have diabetes? from M. Regina Castro, M.D. http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/diabetes/AN00939

3 reviews for DiabeTea: Gymnema Bitter Melon Tea, Natural Remedy 3oz 40 cups

  1. :

    Very tasty tea with hints of apple, cinnamon and slightly sweet. Liked it soo much I purchased more from their website

  2. :

    Quick delivery and great product. Delicious tea with hints of apple, cinnamon and slightly sweetened. It also contains the main ingredients I need: gymnema and bitter melon

  3. :

    I really enjoy the taste of this herbal tea. I can almost feel my blood sugar lowering (I hope) every time I have some. To me it’s just taking one more step toward good health.

  4. 5 out of 5

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    Great product and quick shipping!

  5. 5 out of 5

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    Five stars

  6. :

    This stuff smells wonderful. You can definitely smell and taste the apple and the cinnamon in it! I can’t detect the bitter melon! Lightly sweetened too!

  7. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Quick delivery, reasonable shipping cost and a product that tastes fresh and wonderful. Raizana delivers a top quality product that is reasonably priced. Great product. Will purchase again.

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