(PRWEB) April 4, 2008
An effective, natural herbal therapy for diabetes now available through Diabetesbalance.com, Diabeta Balance Tea is a gentle preparation of Herbal tea evolved from blending the medicinal goodness of Gymnema Sylvestre herb and Camellia Sinensis.
As a health beverage it is beneficial to everyone and offers a number of health improvements. In addition to its diabetic remedial effects, Diabeta Balance Tea lowers blood cholesterol levels, promotes weight loss and helps prevent liver disease, stomach ailments and constipation. It also improves the functioning of the pancreas. Its active ingredient, Gymnema Silvestre, is a woody climbing plant native to the tropical forests of central and southern India. For more than 2,000 years this plant has been used in traditional herbal medicines and, more recently, was found to be effective in reducing blood-sugar levels in type-1 and type-2 diabetes sufferers.
It is also found that Camellia Sinesis provides synergy with Gymnema Sylvestre in providing these effects. In tea form (their most effective delivery) the two herbs work together to reduce sugar cravings and to reduce absorption of sugar – effectively reducing blood-sugar levels in diabetics.
Diabetesbalance.com, launched in early March, is a Web site dedicated to selling herbal remedies for a wide variety of ailments. It became an official distributor of the tea on April 1. Its founders, Sivan Krishnan and Haresh Parekh, attended the same High School in India and later they worked at the same company in New Jersey for three years. Parekh discovered the benefits of Diabeta Balance Tea while researching remedies for his mother who is diabetic. After taking the tea, her blood-sugar levels drop by 15 percent, prompting him to start up his own Web site many years later and become a distributor. About three ago, a doctor also found that Krishnan’s blood sugar was over 120 and diagnosed him borderline diabetes. After three months of using the tea, his blood-sugar levels dropped to the 90s. He now uses the product as well and was so taken with it he decided to partner with Parekh in his entrepreneurial endeavor. Krishnan now lives in Florida and Parekh lives in Fremont, CA.