Gymnema Sylvestris or Gymnema Sylvestre
Do you want to break up with sugar? Gymnema Sylvestris helps keeping a normal blood glucose level and reduces sugar cravings.
"The signatures" is a fascinating ayurvedic theory. Very ancient, it suggests that nature gives clues to better know the therapeutic values of the plants. Thus, chewing Gymnema Sylvestre leaves prevents the tongue from feeling the sweet taste for about an hour. This gave the plant its Hindi name, "gurmar", which means "Sweet destroyer". Ayurvedic doctors concluded that, if this plant could neutralize the sweet taste on the tongue, it could have a similar effect on the body.
Gymnema Sylvestre (or Sylvestris) is a climbing plant that grows in the tropical forests of India, and is commonly found in the South and Central India.
For an intensive treatment, it is interesting to associate Gymnema Sylvestris with Neem.
Ingredients for 6 capsules: Gymnema Sylvestris* powder 1470mg. Anti-caking agent: Colloidal silica. Vegetal-based coating agent (hypromellose) 420 mg
* Products from organic farming, certified by Ecocert FR-BIO-01.
Pill-box containing 60 vegetable-based capsules of 317 mg - Net weight: 19,02 g
Two capsules 30 minutes before breakfast, lunch and dinner with a glass of water. Outside meal times, open the capsule and sprinkle the content on the tongue.
Soothes Kapha and is neutral for Pitta and Vata.
Herbs originating from India. Encapsulation, packaging, bacteriological and heavy metals analyses are made in France.