Sentum está formado por conocidos compuestos herbales que tienen un poderoso efecto en el cuerpo humano. La Gymnema Sylvestre es la planta principal que no sólo previene los efectos secundarios del consumo excesivo de azúcar, sino que también reduce los antojos de azúcar.
Gymnema sylvestre. In Ayurvedic literature, this plant is regarded as a means of reducing cravings for sweets. The plant inhibits the absorption of glucose in the intestine, prevents obesity of the body, including the liver, enhances insulin synthesis, and increases cell sensitivity to it.
Curcumin (Curcuma longa) A powerful antioxidant with anti-inflammatory and antidiabetic effects. Black pepper enhances the effects of curcumin.
Golden Root (Rhodiola rosea) It suppresses the activity of enzymes that hydrolyze starch to glucose. Antidiabetic activity is higher than that of other plants.
Fenugreek, (Trigonella fenum graecum). Significantly improves the endocrine control of sugar levels in the blood for diabetes mellitus of type 2.
Liquorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra). It has been used in folk medicine for a thousand years. Has a pronounced antiviral effect. It is used for diabetes, stomach ulcers, etc.
Peppermint (Mentha piperita). One of the most popular herbs with anti-diabetic properties. In addition to essential oil, it contains a number of phenolic compounds that are beneficial for diabetes treatment.
Red Rhizome Sage (Salvia miltiorrhizae). Sage extract restores the intracellular signaling pathways, impaired due to diabetes. Provides protection of blood vessels in this disease.
Nettle (Urtica dioica). It is widely used in medicine to treat hypertension, prostate cancer. Has a pronounced antidiabetic effect, affecting the activity of enzymes, involved in the hydrolysis of polysaccharides, has a protective effect on the insulin-producing beta cells of the pancreas.
Black pepper (Pepper nigrum). It increases the biological activity of other plant compounds by 5-7 times. Has antidiabetic effect. It reduces blood cholesterol levels by enhancing biochemical processes in muscles.