It is a herbal leaf found in the Philippines, India, Malaysia, and Australia used for 1000’s of years, that has been found to lower your blood sugar levels, like insulin does. It is available on the internet by the name Banaba. Its active ingredient is Corosolic Acid and has been found to have no side effect in Japanese clinical studies. In studies done in 2001 by Edison Biotechnology Institute, Athens, Ohio, they found the whole leaf extract had other chemicals other than corosolic acid – lagerstroemin and tannins - that were capable of lowering blood sugar and of fighting obesity.
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