Your guide to learn everything about Diabetes

What is Diabetes?

Diabetes occurs when the body is unable to properly process food as energy. Insulin, a crucial hormone, is responsible for transporting glucose (sugar used for energy) to the cells in the body. In people with diabetes, the body either does not respond to insulin or is not capable of producing it. This leads to an accumulation of sugars in the blood, putting individuals at risk of severe complications.


Mother nature has provided us with
several herbs to help with Diabetes

Gymnema Sykvertre


Gymnema Sylvestre, also known as Gurmar, has been found to be beneficial in controlling type 2 diabetes. This is due to its rich antioxidant and anti inflammatory properties, which protect the pancreas against damage caused by harmful free radicals. Additionally, it stimulates the secretion of insulin, thereby effectively reducing blood sugar levels.

Silybum Marianum

Milk Thistle

Silybum Marianum, also know as Milk Thistle is a flowering herb native to the Mediterranean region and has been utilized for its medicinal benefits for thousands of years. It is sometimes referred to by its active component, studies suggest that milk thistle may help alleviate insulin resistance in individuals with type 2 diabetes and concurrent liver disease.

Momordica Charantia

Bitter Melon

Momordica Charantia, also know as Bitter Melon is a flavorful vegetable commonly used in Asian cuisine has a long history of use in traditional Chinese medicine. It is believed to alleviate symptoms like thirst and fatigue, which are commonly seen in people with type 2 diabetes. Studies have demonstrated that extracts from bitter melon have a blood sugar-lowering effect.

Science Backed

The chart illustrates the
prevalence of glycaemic, blood pressure, and lipid control among adult NHANES
participants diagnosed with diabetes from 1999-2002 to 2015-2018.

Reversol (Supports Blood Glucose Metabolism)

Herbal Pro Reversol is a scientifically and medically developed blend of unique herbal extracts, which has been clinically evaluated to support blood glucose levels. It aids in the moderation of elevated blood sugar and reduces hyperinsulinemia, which is the underlying cause of diabetic complications like peripheral neuropathy, retinopathy, and male impotency. By promoting insulin secretion from the pancreas and enhancing peripheral utilization of glucose, Herbal Pro Reversol assists in maintaining healthy cholesterol levels and achieving better control over blood sugar levels. Additionally, it offers a sense of well-being, improves quality of life, and restores libido.

Gymnema Sylvestre

is a perennial woody vine native to Asia, Africa and Australia.

Silybum Marianum

Silybum marianum is a species of thistle. It has various common names including milk thistle, etc.

Momordica Charantia

Momordica charantia (commonly called bitter melon, goya, bitter apple, bitter gourd, bitter squash, balsam-pear and many more


Why our customers love Herbal Pro Reversol?

It provides a natural way to help control your blood sugar levels for those with Type II Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes



Supports Blood GlucoseMetabolism

Your natural solution to controlling your blood sugar.

The International Diabetes Federation has provided a graphillustrating the percentage of adults aged 20-79 years old withdiabetes in various regions of the world in the years 2019 and2045 (projected).

Source: https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2021/11/diabetesburdens-rising-health-global

Can diabetes be reversed through natural means?

Unfortunately, type 1 diabetes is a chronic condition that requires ongoing management with insulin injections. Currently, there is no known cure or natural way to reverse type 1 diabetes.

Type 2 diabetes, on the other hand, may be reversed through weight loss. If a person with type 2 diabetes is able to maintain normal blood sugar levels for a period of six months or longer, they are considered to be in remission. However, it's important to note that remission is not a permanent cure and the condition may return in the future.

For those with prediabetes, making lifestyle changes such as losing weight and exercising regularly can help reverse insulin resistance and potentially prevent the progression to type 2 diabetes.

Symptoms of Diabetes

Diabetes is a chronic medical conditionthat affects how the body uses glucose, the primary source of energy for cells.Type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes have different underlying causes, butthey share many common symptoms. Here are some of the most common symptoms ofdiabetes.

Frequent urination is a commonsymptom of diabetes, as the body tries to eliminate excess glucose throughurine. This can lead to dehydration and increased thirst. People with diabetesmay also experience increased hunger, even after eating, because their cellsare not getting enough glucose, causing a feeling of starvation.

Fatigue is another common symptom ofdiabetes, as cells are not getting the energy they need to function properly.Additionally, high blood sugar levels can cause blurred vision and headaches,as well as numbness or tingling in the hands or feet. These symptoms may bemild at first, but they can worsen over time if left untreated.

Untreated diabetes can lead to serious complications, such as nerve damage, kidney disease, and blindness. In severe cases, diabetes can even lead to coma or death. That's why it's important to recognize the symptoms of diabetes and seek medical attention if you experience them. A doctor can perform tests to diagnose diabetes and recommend appropriate treatment, which may includelifestyle changes, medication, or insulin therapy. With proper management,people with diabetes can live long, healthy lives.

Diabetes Stats

24 million adults (20-79) are living with diabetes in the IDF Africa Region in 2021. This figure is estimated to increase to 33 million by 2030 and 55million by 2045.

13 million adults living with diabetes in the IDF Africa Region are undiagnosed - 54% of the total number of adults with diabetes in the region.

Diabetes is responsible for 416,000 deaths in the IDF Africa Region in 2021.

USD 13 billion was spent on healthcare for people with diabetes in 2021 - 1% of the total global expenditure on diabetes.