Our Superfood natural supplements that you can use in any food even as a spice or in any drink are also effective to restore your health or be used as a preventative to have a healthy and happy life full of positive energy.
The ingredients are exclusively from plants or mushrooms that have been dried and ground and mixed to obtain the specific effectiveness and are absolutely free of any chemicals. (Тhey are also great for your pets)
Our recommendation for a standard dose of consumption is half a teaspoon once or twice a day.
|Nutritional Information||Per 100g||Per Serve|
|Berberine HCL (mg)||100000||500|
- Natural Berberine HCL Powder
- Root & Bark
- Extraction Type:
- Solvent Extraction
- Drum, Bag
- Place of Origin:
- Top Grade
- Brand Name:
- Model Number:
- Health Food, Healthcare Products
- Cultivation method:
- artificial planting
- Yellow brown fine powder
- 98% berberine
- Test Method:
- Health Protection
- Shelf Life:
- 2 Years
- Dry place
Health Benefits of Berberine
The first traces of berberine being used medicinally are found more than 3000 years ago, when the barberry plant and its relatives were being cultivated in China and South Asia. The stems, leaves, and bark of the plant were used in a variety of ways.
Evidence also shows that berberine-containing plants were used in South America, the Middle East, and Europe to treat different conditions. Today, berberine is being investigated as a treatment for diabetes, high cholesterol, and even polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
Health benefits of berberine stem from how it affects enzymes in the body. Berberine binds to enzymes and parts of your cells and changes how they work. It seems to do this to many individual enzymes, and even DNA and RNA.
Lowering Cholesterol and Triglycerides
Taking berberine supplements regularly appears to lower total cholesterol, “bad” cholesterol, and triglycerides in people with high cholesterol. It works differently from today’s standard cholesterol medications, so it may help treat people who are resistant to other cholesterol-lowering drugs.
A leading cause of death in the United States is heart disease, and high cholesterol is a major culprit. As it turns out, Berberine has been shown to improve many things that lead to this.
LDL Cholesterol: LDL is the “bad” cholesterol that attaches to blood vessels and increases the chance of health problems. Berberine is thought to reduce LDL cholesterol. “In a meta-analysis of six trials, 229 patients with high cholesterol who took between 900-1,500 mg of berberine supplements per day saw improved LDL cholesterol levels with reductions of 20-50 mg/dL (about 25 percent reduction from the baseline)
HDL Cholesterol: Berberine may help with Hyperlipidemia, lowering cholesterol and triglyceride levels while raising the HDL (“good” or “hero”) cholesterol. According to Natural Medicine – “Clinical research shows that taking berberine orally, alone or in combination with other ingredients, reduces total cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, and triglycerides, and increases high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol.”
Hypertension: It can also have added benefits for reducing blood pressure when used in combination with amlodipine (a drug used to help treat high blood pressure). A meta-analysis shows that taking 0.9 grams of berberine each day, in combination with amlodipine, for two months lowers systolic blood pressure by 5 mmHg and diastolic blood pressure by 2 mmHg, compared with taking amlodipine alone.
Berberine and its effect on blood sugar levels
Raised blood sugar levels indicate conditions like diabetes and prediabetes due to reduced insulin production or decreased sensitivity to insulin.
Although it’s standard for your blood sugar levels to fluctuate throughout the day, prolonged high blood sugar levels can cause diverse health problems, including organ damage.
A decent amount of animal research implies berberine may help lower blood sugar levels through various pathways, including the following:
Augmenting glycolysis, or the breakdown of glucose
Delaying carbohydrate absorption from the gut
Improving insulin sensitivity
Lowering glucose production in the liver
Raising nitric oxide (NO) production, which helps widen arteries
Stimulating insulin production
Several studies on individuals with type 2 diabetes show that consuming 600–2,700 mg of berberine may diminish fasting and long-term blood sugar levels by up to 20% and 12%, subsequently, specifically when taken alongside blood sugar medication.
Similarly, research suggests berberine may aid in supporting the blood-sugar-lowering effects of other diabetes medications when taken with them. Accordingly, berberine seems to be a promising blood-sugar-lowering treatment. This may be particularly helpful to those who cannot take diabetes medications because of heart, kidney or liver disease.
Prevent recurring UTIs and Cystitis
Berberine might help women avoid the pain and burning of recurring urinary tract infections (UTIs) and bladder inflammation known as cystitis.
“I typically use it for infections, including urinary tract infections and cystitis,” says Parrish.
In a 2018 randomized controlled trial, published in the Journal of Chemotherapy, a combination of different plant extracts (including berberine) was used to evaluate the effectiveness in preventing the recurrence of UTIs. Group A received berberine, arbutin, and birch.
Meanwhile, Group B got berberine, arbutin, birch, and forskolin. Group C received proanthocyanidins, plant compounds that researchers believe are responsible for cranberry juice’s ability to treat UTIs.
Participants in the groups A and B had a lower number of recurrent cystitis during treatment and follow-up, with a lower median bacterial load than the Group C.