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Considering taking a vitamin or supplement to treat Diabetes? Below is a list of common natural remedies used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Diabetes. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

Your search for Diabetes returned 69 matches.

Treatment Name EffectivenessWhat is this? User Reviews
AGARICUS MUSHROOM   Be the first to review it
ALOE   Be the first to review it
ALPHA-LIPOIC ACID   146 User Reviews
APPLE CIDER VINEGAR   Be the first to review it
ARTEMISIA HERBA-ALBA   Be the first to review it
ASHWAGANDHA   Be the first to review it
BANABA   Be the first to review it
BEER   Be the first to review it
BETA-CAROTENE   Be the first to review it
BIOTIN   131 User Reviews
BITTER MELON   Be the first to review it
BLACK TEA   Be the first to review it
BLOND PSYLLIUM   Be the first to review it
BLUE-GREEN ALGAE   Be the first to review it
BRANCHED-CHAIN AMINO ACIDS   Be the first to review it
BUCKWHEAT   Be the first to review it
CAFFEINE   Be the first to review it
CALCIUM   Be the first to review it
CASSIA CINNAMON   Be the first to review it
CHIA   Be the first to review it
CHROMIUM   76 User Reviews
COCOA   Be the first to review it
COENZYME Q-10   150 User Reviews
COENZYME Q-10   150 User Reviews
COFFEE   Be the first to review it
CRANBERRY   Be the first to review it
DHA (DOCOSAHEXAENOIC ACID)   12 User Reviews
DIACYLGLYCEROL   Be the first to review it
EPA (EICOSAPENTAENOIC ACID)   6 User Reviews
FENUGREEK   Be the first to review it
FIG   Be the first to review it
FISH OIL   177 User Reviews
FLAXSEED   Be the first to review it
FLAXSEED OIL   Be the first to review it
GARLIC   Be the first to review it
GINSENG, AMERICAN   Be the first to review it
GINSENG, PANAX   Be the first to review it
GLUCOMANNAN   Be the first to review it
GREEN TEA   Be the first to review it
GUAR GUM   Be the first to review it
GYMNEMA   Be the first to review it
HOLY BASIL   Be the first to review it
HONEY   Be the first to review it
IVY GOURD   Be the first to review it
JAMBOLAN   Be the first to review it
LUTEIN   Be the first to review it
LYCOPENE   Be the first to review it
LYSINE   Be the first to review it
MAGNESIUM   192 User Reviews
MAITAKE MUSHROOM   Be the first to review it
MILK THISTLE   54 User Reviews
NIACIN AND NIACINAMIDE (VITAMIN B3)   Be the first to review it
OATS   Be the first to review it
OLIVE   Be the first to review it
OOLONG TEA   Be the first to review it
PRICKLY PEAR CACTUS   Be the first to review it
PYCNOGENOL   Be the first to review it
SALACIA   Be the first to review it
SELENIUM   Be the first to review it
SOY   Be the first to review it
TOMATO   Be the first to review it
VANADIUM   Be the first to review it
VITAMIN C (ASCORBIC ACID)   Be the first to review it
VITAMIN D   Be the first to review it
VITAMIN E   Be the first to review it
WHEAT BRAN   Be the first to review it
WHITE MULBERRY   Be the first to review it
WINE   Be the first to review it
XANTHAN GUM   Be the first to review it

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