apimanu Diabgymna ayurveda; it may be a complicated name, but it is definitely a simple way of dealing with blood sugar problems.
“To all intents and purposes, I should already be blind today,” says Michael Linscheid and his eyes light up. Two and a half years ago his eye doctor had damaged his eyes to such an extent that he could expect to lose his sight completely within 2 to 3 years.
Today the 48 years old, self-employed businessman proudly displays the eyeglasses he used to wear at that time. And he can still remember the the exact day on which he was no longer able to see with those glasses, because his eyes had regeneraded so much that today – for the most part – he can do without glasses entirely.
When asked how this came about, he relates how - last April - he more or less accidentaly stumbled across the apimanu company on the internet. The company is located in Europe and developed "apimanu Diabgymna ayurveda".
The primary ingredient of this purely natural medical product is gymna. GYMNA is not to be confused with Gymna Sylvestre! Gymna is a plant which belongs to the botanical family Asclepiadaceae and which has been valued in India for centuries as a remedy for diabetes. Now this natural product is also available in our country as an over-the counter supplement to daily meals. The active ingredient of gymna –which is called Asclepiadaceae acid – is supplied in capsules with a standardised 24 percent concentration, which is a dosage that studies have proven to be very effective.
apimanu Diabgymna ayurveda promotes the body's own production of insulin: and specifally not just through the Langhans island cells, but tissue insulin as well. Futhermore, studies have unearthed clear indictions that Asclepiadaceae acid has the unique property of reanimating damaged or destroyed insulin producing cells.
In Michael Linscheid's case, the initial scepticism of the physician who was treating him – he remarked: “It can't hurt, but it will not do you any good.” – disappeared in light of the results of the regular blood sugar tests, which improved dramatically. That physician is not the only one that has come to this conclision. Today many doctors no longer have opinion of empirical medicine: on the contrary they tend to value it very highly. They are collecting herbs and roots in order to make the treasures of this knowledge available to modern-day patients. And diabetics are among those who can now benefit from these efforts, as demonstrated by the example of gymna, which is available as an over-the-counter supplement to daily meals.
Anyone who would like to find out what diabetics have experienced when taking apimanu Diabgymna ayurveda should visit the www.apimanu.com home page on the internet. In addition to an overview of the entire range of apimanu products, the website povides detailed information about apimanu Diabgymna ayurveda and also numerous first hand reports from users.
Because no diabetic should take any substance that he is unfamiliar with before consulting his physician, you can request apimanu to send you a sample package free of charge in order to show it to your doctor.
At any rate, Michael Linscheid is absolutely certain: “I do not know if taking apimanu Diabgymna ayurveda was what helped me to see normally again. But I do know that – if I had not found out about apimanu – I would probably be blind today.”
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