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Make diabetes DISAPPEAR with this Saharan secret

Once the test results come in… and your doc makes it official… you’d love to forget your diabetes.

But your new focus becomes CONTROLLING your blood sugar… and keeping it PERFECT.

You know what’s at stake…

You could lose feeling in your extremities… and you could lose your eyesight, too.

You could even lose a limb!

Filling an Rx for a diabetes med might SEEM like a surefire way to rein in your blood sugar woes.

But those pills can work TOO well… and send your glucose levels PLUMMETING.

There’s another way, found beyond the vast dunes of the Sahara Desert.

It won’t just lower your blood sugar… it’ll ERASE every trace of your disease!

The great diabetes eraser

The funny-looking plant in the amaranth family known as Anabasis articulata was first documented by a Finnish explorer who’d been sent on an expedition to Arabia in 1760.

A naturalist and aspiring botanist, Peter Forsskål was tapped by King Frederick V to join the Danish Arabia expedition and collect botanical specimens throughout the Middle East.

He was supposed to bring back insight that would help explain the many mysteries of the Old Testament

But malaria cut his life short just three years later. He died in present-day Yemen at just 31 years old.

Fortunately, his newfound knowledge wasn’t buried with him!

But only one other person survived the expedition… and was the sole source of this Egyptian plant that was (and is) so widely used by traditional Algerian healers to beat back diabetes.

Fast-forward 300 years… and the latest science is proving why those Middle Eastern medicine men have been right all along.

A 2012 study out of Egypton rats found that an extract of this plant reduced glucose levels by the two most important measures:

  1. fasting blood sugar, a baseline measurement of glucose without spikes from eating, and
  2. HbA1c, a measure of blood sugar over a longer period of time.

Anabasis articulata not only brought blood sugar levels down… but it also KEPT them from getting too high in the first place by improving glucose tolerance.

But unlike some diabetes meds your doc might prescribe, there was no danger of blood glucose levels dipping too low.

Once those levels were NORMAL… the action STOPPED.

It was as though it ERASED diabetes entirely!

Now, if you’ve struggled to control your own blood sugar, you know how important it is to monitor your levels of insulin.

You see, when your blood sugar is raging at constant high levels, your pancreas has to work overtime to produce insulin.

Insulin is what helps your muscles absorb the sugar and actually use it for energy.

But many diabetics’ bodies resist the effects of insulin, even when their pancreas is producing plenty of it.

With all that sugar still in the blood, your pancreas thinks it has to pump out MORE insulin.

Eventually, it works so hard that it just peters out.

But in the study, the plant extract prevented the diabetic rats’ pancreatic cells from getting overworked.

And that kept their insulin levels from taking a nosedive.

In that same study, when the researchers pitted Anabasis articulata against one of Big Pharma’s diabetes meds, the plant extract worked JUST AS WELL… but without side effects!

Not only that, but this Arabian herb actually helped curb diabetic complications that often arise from tissue injury, including:

  • nerve pain and damage (neuropathy)
  • vision loss (retinopathy)
  • kidney damage (nephropathy), and
  • liver dysfunction (hepatopathy).

So why can’t you find it anywhere outside of the Sahara Desert???

You might find a traditional medical provider who serves the populations of Algerian immigrants and their descendants – many of whom are Christians – in major U.S. cities like New York or Miami.

But you’d probably have better luck in France, where millions of Algerian-born people now live and make up nearly 8% of the French population.

Time to book a flight for a little vacation?