Berberine is a plant alkaloid or berberine hydrochloride, is a compound in several plants, including goldenseal, barberry, Oregon grape, and tree turmeric. This plant alkaloid has a long history with a long history of use in Ayurvedic and traditional Chinese medicine for the management of many health conditions.
Berberine has a variety of functions inside cells. Themain function is activating an important enzyme responsible for regulatingmetabolism.
Berberine has been shown to help lower blood sugar. It has shown to be as effective as some pharmaceutical drugs.
Studies show that berberine reduces cholesterol and triglyceride levels, while raising HDL (good) cholesterol
Studies have found that berberine prevents E. coli from adhering to cells that line the urinary tract, thus providing a possible mechanism of action for its UTI-preventative properties
Lowers Blood sugar
Prevents recurring UTIs and cystitis
60 caps/(1 cap=600 mg)
20-30 day supply
The standard dose of berberine is 900-2,000mg a day, divided into three to four doses, or as directed by your healthcare professional.
Berberine should be taken with a meal, or shortly after, to take advantage of the blood glucose and lipid spike associated with eating.
Its best to separate the doses. Too much berberine at once can result in stomach upset, cramping, and diarrhea. May have side effects with medicines used to treat diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol or high blood pressure, blood thinners like warfarin or medicines that cause drowsiness or sedation. Do not exceed recommended dose. Pregnant and nursing mothers, children under the age of 18, and individuals with a known medical condition should consult a physician before using this or any dietary supplement.