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Diabetes Support


A safe solution packed with the virtue of cinnamon and goodness of green tea, Supp’s Diabetic Support is an all- powerful formulation that brings together herbs and vitamins to aid in effective diabetic management.

30 tablets | Rs. 499

Why take Diabetic Control?

The powerful herbal extracts make it a perfect blend in managing borderline and type 2 diabetes. Saptarangi (Salacia Reticulata Extract) concentrate is known to exhibit anti-diabetic effects by influencing carbohydrate and lipid metabolism. It also exhibits free radical scavenging that makes it a great antioxidant for your body.

Green Tea Extract (Camellia Sinensis) lowers abnormally high blood glucose level. It also stimulates insulin secretion and eliminates the risk of hyperglycemia all while increasing glucose tolerance level useful in combating diabetes.

Cinnamon extract (Cinnamon Verum) imitates insulin thereby increasing insulin sensitivity, making it more efficient to transport glucose into the cells. Experimental studies suggest that cinnamon extract may also reduce insulin resistance in the body.

Diabetic Support





Salacia Reticulata Extract, Trigonella Foenum Graecum Extract, Cinnamon Verum (Cinnamon) Extract, Momordica Charantia, Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Extract, Chromium Picolinate, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, Manganese Sulfate, Zinc Oxide, Sodium Selenite


1 capsule per day,
after breakfast or lunch. 

Which other pills can I add to my monthly pack for maximum results?

Choose from a collection of Vitamins, Minerals, Herbs, and Amino acids to build your perfect kit. All our products are formulated and sourced from clean environments to maintain high standards of quality.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Diabetes is a disease occurring when your blood glucose, also called blood sugar, is too high. Blood glucose is your prime source of energy and comes from the food you eat. Insulin, a hormone made by the pancreas, helps glucose from food get into your cells to be used as energy.

Type 1 diabetes, also called insulin dependent diabetes, is an auto-immune condition caused by the body attacking its own pancreas by antibodies. It is caused either by genetic predisposition or faulty pancreatic cells that normally produce insulin. 

Type 2 diabetes is by far the most common form of diabetes. In this case, the pancreas makes some insulin but the amount produced is either too poor, or the body’s cells resist it. Insulin resistance happens mainly in fat, liver, and muscle cells.

Some symptoms of undiagnosed diabetes could be:

  1. Feeling too thirsty
  2. Urinating too often 
  3. Feeling very hungry 
  4. Feeling too fatigued
  5. Blurry vision 
  6. Slower healing of cuts/bruises
  7. Tingling or numbness in hands/feet

Yes. The common symptoms of diabetes are excessive thirst and hunger and frequent urination. Anyone can also feel weak and exhausted. These symptoms are associated with severe diabetes.

Frequently lots of people do not have these symptoms even when the blood sugar levels fall in the diabetic range. Many people even have vague symptoms and complain of body pain and lassitude, etc. Therefore, it is difficult to detect diabetes by way of typical symptoms alone. Plenty of personal variations are noticed regarding visible signs of diabetes.      

If you are at the risk of diabetes, you should-

  1. Manage your blood pressure
  2. Maintain your weight within or near a healthy range
  3. Get 30 minutes of exercise on most days
  4. Eat a balanced diet

Yes. This is a disorder either because of defective action or deficiency of insulin. It’s life-style disorder. Once the blood glucose is kept under control, a diabetic can lead a healthy, normal life.

Diabetes can affect various organs in the body including nerves, blood vessels, eyes, and kidneys. 

Gestational diabetes can occur during pregnancy and may affect both the mother and the baby.

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