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NATURAL ORGANIC DIABETES SOLUTION SUPPLEMENT Natural Organic Solution Supplements (NODSS) was born out of the conception of the legacy of my parents’ philosophy of using traditional medicine to care for all ailments. When I was diagnosed with diabetes with a 480 sugar level by Dr. Ronald of Brook Medical Center in Brooklyn I became challenged to fall back on my parents’ philosophy of applying traditional remedy to ailments. I and my wife began to research out all necessary leaves, roots and pure natural minerals with the help of our products formulation scientist who has a Ph.D in Bio-Chemistry. After the NODSS was formulated for my own use I would take two tablespoons in the morning and the evening for two weeks. After the two weeks trial I took another medical test and discovered that my sugar level had lowered to 230. I continue this trial until I had finished about three bottles at which time my sugar level dropped to below 100. I observed the following results when I was using NODSS: • my lymphatic system was relaxed and calmed • I was having proper bowel movement and free excretion • there was an energy increase as regular body weakness disappeared • my erection and sexual drive improved • my vision was restored • regular body aches and pains sickness disappeared • the sweetness on my tongue disappeared • my headache and head spinning stopped • I began to have complete digestion • my protruding stomach reduced drastically • my complexion and body rejuvenated • my bones were strengthened NODSS was introduced to the church members who were diabetic. NODSS was able to equalize the level of glucose in their blood as well. Subsequently, NODSS was introduced to customers of African Angel, Inc., and to the general market in Brooklyn, New York. The effectiveness of NODSS was declared by its users to be tremendously successful. The statistic gathered by the company has indicated a 95% success in customer satisfaction. The Holy Spirit of Almighty God appeared to me in a dream and told me, I have commissioned you and your wife to sell NODSS to all people with diabetes. It will set them free from the spirit of diabetes sickness as I had commanded Moses in the Book of Numbers 21:9. Moses made a serpent of brass, and put it upon a pole, and it came to pass, that if a serpent had bitten any man, when he beheld the serpent of brass, he lived. Signs and Symptoms of Diabetes Diabetes is a serious illness where there is a persistently high glucose level in the bloodstream. Glucose (blood sugar) is the primary source of energy for the cells in our body, and diabetes occurs when the glucose level is not regulated properly by the hormone known as insulin. Common symptoms of diabetes include: • frequent trips to the bathroom • unquenchable thirst • weight loss • fatigue and weakness • numbness or tingling sensation in the hands, feet or legs • blurred vision • dry or itchy skin • frequent infections or cuts and bruises that take a long time to heal INGREDIENTS OF NODSS: BITTER LEAF, BITTER MELON, CINNAMON, MOLINGA LEAF, ECHANICEA, CAYANNE PAPPER, OREGANO OIL PINE OIL, CHROMIUM, VANADIUM, ALOE VERA & FULVIC ACID 1. BITTER LEAF Everybody seems to know it. It grows everywhere - bitter-leaf. Vernonia amydalia is a very homely plant. Wherever it grows, it flourishes. Evergreen. The Yorubas call it Ewuro. The Igbo call it Onugbu. The Hausas call it Shiwaka. Perhaps the most distinctive part of the bitter-leaf plant is its bitterness. Every part of the plant is bitter! The leaves, stems, root and bark are bitter. The fact is that bitter herbs are good for the body. They remind us that life is not always sweet, that life is not a bed of roses, that both sweetness and bitterness are essential parts of life and so are not opposed. Bitter herbs help to tone the vital organs of the body, especially the liver and kidney. The liver is the largest organ of the body. Its weight is between 1-3 kg in the adult. Its major functions are (a) secretion of bile and (b) formation of glycogen. The liver is essential in the metabolism of fats and protein. It must, therefore, be well taken care of. Once the liver has any defect, it is hard to correct. The kidney is another important organ in the body. The kidney is the organ that helps to expel waste materials from the body. It secretes urine that flows into the urethra. If the kidney breaks down there will be a general disorder in the body. Bitter-leaf is very useful in the care of the kidney and the liver. It is for this reason that we refer to bitter-leaf as cure-all for if the kidney and liver are healthy, the whole system will function well. Bitter-leaf can also be used for Diabetes. Diabetics should listen carefully to this good news. They do not need to despair or lose hope. God has not abandoned them. God has given them bitter-leaf as a sign of God's love and care. From time immemorial, herbalists have been using the bitter-leaf plant for the treatment of diabetes. Bitter-leaf not only reduces the sugar level drastically, it also helps to repair the pancreas. According to the study carried out by researchers at the University of Jos, Bitter Leaf has an anti-diabetic effect in diabetes mellitus (Type 2 diabetes) . The researchers include: Steven S. Gyang of the Department of Clinical Pharmacy, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Davou D. Nyam of the Department of Botany, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Elijah N. Sokomba, Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences. The study published in the Journal of Pharmacy & Bioresources was carried out to evaluate the hypoglycaemic effect of the crude chloroform extract of Vernonia amygdalina (leaves) on blood glucose concentration (BGC) of normoglycaemic and alloxan-induced hyperglycaemic rats. The study is titled, "Hypoglycaemic activity of Vernonia amygdalina (chloroform extract) in normo-glycaemic and alloxan induced hyperglycaemic rats." Adult male albino rats were randomly allocated into four groups. Group I animals served as untreated controls to normoglycaemic group II animals. Alloxan-induced hyperglycaemic rats of group III served as untreated controls to hyperglycaemic rats of group IV. Groups II and IV animals were treated with a single intraperitoneal (IP) dose of 750 mg/kg of crude chloroform extract of Bitter Leaf. Control animals of groups I and III were administered equi-volume (per kilogram of bod y weight) of normal saline IP. The BGCs of all animals in each group were determined at 0, 0.5, one, four, eight and 24 hours post-treatment with normal saline (controls) or the crude chloroform extract (treated groups). There was significant (P is less than 0.05) lowering of BGCs between one - four hours (for normoglycaemic rats) and one - eight hours (for hyperglycaemic rats). Thus the crude chloroform extract of the leaves of Vernonia amygdalina has a hypoglycaemic activity in both normoglycaemic and alloxan induced hyperglycaemic rats. This study lends support to the claim by herbalists of Plateau and Nassarawa States that Vernonia amygdalina may have an antidiabetic effect in diabetes mellitus. These research and Ancient Herbalist usage of bitter leaf further support our using bitter leaf as one of the important ingredients of Natural Organic Solution Supplements (NODSS). 2. BITTER MELON: Many People from Indian, Brazil, Africa and all other part of the world consumes bitter melon one way or the other most especially for medical purposes of detoxification of the body. The bitter melon plant (momordica charantia) has a long history of use in Eastern cultures, and its virtues have become more popular worldwide in recent decades. Also known as bitter gourd or balsam pear, this vegetable was originally native to Asia and today grows wild or is cultivated in tropical regions around the globe. It is similar in appearance to a cucumber with a bumpy skin, has a bitter taste as the name indicates, and most of its medicinal value is concentrated in the extract of the unripe fruit, interestingly enough. In a Chinese medical book from the 16th century, bitter melon is described as “bitter in taste, non-toxic, expelling evil heat, relieving fatigue, and illuminating.” Supplemental forms of bitter melon capitalize on its qualities that have been known in traditional medicine for many years. To date, about 32 different components of bitter melon have been identified that have various bioactive properties. Some are unique to bitter melon, but others that you probably recognize include lycopene, vitamins B and C, beta-carotene, potassium, calcium, and iron. CONTENTS OF BITTER MELON: The plant contains several biologically active compounds, chiefly momordicin I and II, and cucurbitacin B. The plants contains also several bioactive glycosides (including momordin, charantin, charantosides, goyaglycosides, momordicosides) and other terpenoid compouns (including momordicin-28, momordicinin, momordicilin, momordenol, and momordol) It also contains cytotoxic (ribosome-inactivating) proteins such as momorcharin and charantosides. USAGE: • Helps to reduce blood sugar. 1962, Lolitkar and Rao extracted from the plant a substance, which they called charantin, which had hypoglycaemic effect on normal and diabetic rabbits Another principle, active only on diabetic rabbits, was isolated by Visarata and Ungsurungsie in 1981 Bitter melon has been found to increase insulin sensitivity In 2007, a study by the Philippine Department of Health. • Help to stimulate appetite. • Help in effective digestion and weight loss Like most bitter-tasting foods, bitter melon is claimed to stimulate digestion, and thus help treat dyspepsia and constipation. • Help in Cancer control, the phytochemical isolated from Bitter Melon has clinically demonstrated the ability to inhibit an enzyme, guanylate cyclase, that is thought to be linked to the pathogenesis of cancer. MAP30, a Bitter Melon derivative, also inhibits prostate tumor growth. • Herpes/AIDS. Bitter melon is also a versatile anti-viral substance, with experiments studying its effectiveness on the herpes-1 virus being very promising. One of the most exciting areas of research regarding bitter melon has been about using it to fight HIV/AIDS. 3. CINNAMON Cinnamon has been reported to have remarkable pharmacological effects in the treatment of Type 2 diabetes mellitus and insulin resistance. The plant material used in the study was mostly from Chinese cinnamon (see Chinese cinnamon's medicinal uses). Recent advancement in phytochemistry has shown that it is a cinnamtannin B1 isolated from C. verum which is of therapeutic effect on Type 2 diabetes ]with the exception of the postmenopausal patients studied on C. Cassia Cinnamon has traditionally been used to treat toothache and fight bad breath and its regular use is believed to stave off common cold and aid digestion. Pharmacological experiments suggest that the cinnamon-derived dietary factor cinnamic aldehyde (cinnamaldehyde) activates the Nrf2-dependent antioxidant response in human epithelial colon cells and may therefore represent an experimental chemopreventive dietary factor targeting colorectal carcinogenesis. Recent research documents anti-melanoma activity of cinnamic aldehyde observed in cell culture and a mouse model of human melanoma. Besides using it in cooking, cinnamon is also thought to have health benefits. In traditional Chinese medicine, Cassia cinnamon is used for colds, flatulence, nausea, diarrhea, and painful menstrual periods. It's also believed to improve energy, vitality, and circulation and be particularly useful for people who tend to feel hot in their upper body but have cold feet. In Ayurveda, cinnamon is used as a remedy for diabetes, indigestion, and colds, and it is often recommended for people with the kapha Ayurvedic type. It's a common ingredient in chai tea, and it is believed to improve the digestion of fruit, milk and other dairy products. What is the Scientific Evidence for Cinnamon's Health Benefits? Recent studies have found that cinnamon may have a beneficial effect on blood sugar. One of the first human studies was published in 2003 in a medical journal called Diabetes Care. Sixty people with type 2 diabetes took 1, 3, or 6 grams of cinnamon in pill form daily, an amount roughly equivalent to one quarter of a teaspoon to 1 teaspoon of cinnamon. After 40 days, all 3 amounts of cinnamon reduced fasting blood glucose by 18 to 29%, triglycerides by 23 to 30%, LDL cholesterol by 7 to 27%. Cinnamon supports the effective metabolism of the ingredients of NODSS as well forming integral part of the supplement. 4. MOLINGA LEAF Moringa trees have been used to combat malnutrition, especially among infants and nursing mothers. Three non-governmental organizations in particular — Trees for Life (United States), Church World Service, and Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization — have advocated Moringa as “natural nutrition for the tropics.” Leaves can be eaten fresh, cooked, or stored as dried powder for many months without refrigeration, and reportedly without loss of nutritional value. Moringa is especially promising as a food source in the tropics because the tree is in full leaf at the end of the dry season when other foods are typically scarce. A large number of reports on the nutritional qualities of Moringa now exist in both the scientific and the popular literature. It is commonly said that Moringa calcium oxalate 5. ECHANICEA (Latin Names— Echinacea angustifolia) What Echinacea Is Used For • Echinacea has traditionally been used to treat or prevent colds, flu, and other infections. • Echinacea is believed to stimulate the immune system to help fight infections. • Less commonly, echinacea has been used for wounds and skin problems, such as acne or boils. Active substances Like most crude drugs from plant or animal origin, the constituent base for echinacea is complex, consisting of a wide variety of chemicals of variable effect and potency. Some chemicals may be directly or antimicrobial, while others may work at stimulating modulating different parts of the immune system. All species have chemical compounds called phenols, which are common to many other plants. Both the phenol compounds cichoric acid and caftaric acid are present in E. purpurea, other phenols include echinacoside, which is found in greater levels within E. angustifolia.Echinacea Angustifolia is used as immune builder for users of NODSS. 6. CAYENNE PAPPER Nutrition: Cayenne pepper is high in vitamin A. It also contains vitamin B6, vitamin E, vitamin C, riboflavin, potassium and manganese. Cayenne is to provide some essential vitamins and spice needs of NODSS. It also helps in enhancing proper circulation of blood and fat burner. Cayenne Pepper Benefits: Internal Use Cayenne also holds a long standing reputation as a digestive aid. When taken orally, it is believed that cayenne has the ability to stimulate the flow of saliva and stomach secretions (gastric juices). Saliva helps break down carbohydrates through its enzyme properties, while gastric juices contain acids and enzymes that further break down food and, as such, helps in food digestion. It has been used for various gastrointestinal tract conditions such as alleviating cramps, stomachaches, and in relieving gas. In addition, this fiery herb has shown to harbor ulcer fighting properties by inhibiting the growth of H. Pylori, the bacteria that in many cases cause stomach ulcers. Many herbalists claim that cayenne benefits the heart and cardiovascular system by reducing cholesterol levels as well as enhancing blood circulation through the veins and arteries, and it discourages blood clotting. However, more studies are needed to validate these effects. Cayenne has also been touted for weight loss as a few studies has shown that this powerhouse herb can help boost metabolism and induce the body to burn off more fat. 7. OREGANO OIL Numerous university studies have shown that Oil of Oregano is a highly potent purifier that provides many benefits for human health. Oil of Oregano is a natural substance that is extracted from wild oregano plants, and two key compounds found in it are carvacrol and thymol. Studies have shown that both of these compounds have significant effects on harmful microorganisms that cause many illnesses in humans. It is important not to confuse Oil of Oregano with common oregano that is used as a spice for cooking. Common oregano is typically Origanum Marjoram, while Oil of Oregano is derived from Origanum Vulgare. The oil is derived from the proper potent oregano plant, and the carvacrol concentration is at least 70%. Benefits of Oil of Oregano The ancient Greeks were one of the first people to recognize oregano oil for its health benefits and medicinal qualities. It is known as potential antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, and ant parasite oil that can reduce pain and inflammation and effectively fight off infections. Some of the specific benefits of Oil of Oregano are: • Destroying organisms that contribute to skin infections and digestive problems. • Strengthening the immune system. • Increasing joint and muscle flexibility. • Improving respiratory health. • Oregano is capable of destroying Candida parasites the blood cell. • It serves as preservative for NODSS. 8. PINE OIL ( Pinus sylvestris) Description: PINE Oil tree can grow up to 40 meters (130 feet) and has a flat crown. The bark of the tree is reddish-brown that is deeply fissured with needle-like gray-green leaves that grow in pairs, orange-yellow flowers, and pointed brown cones. It is not common as regular pine trees as this makes it more expensive. Common Uses: Organic Pine Essential Oil is seen as an analgesic, antibacterial, antibiotic, anti fungal, antiseptic, and as an antiviral. Aromatherapists credit its use for arthritis, asthma, bladder infections, bronchitis, catarrh, cholagogue, as a circulatory agent, for colds, convalescence, coughs, cuts, cystitis, as a decongestant and deodorant. It has also been applied to eczema, those with laryngitis, lice, muscular aches, neuralgia, psoriasis, rheumatism, ringworm, scrapes, and sinusitis. Its versatility is well documented. 9. CHROMIUM Use of chromium in the body Trivalent chromium is the state that has been discussed as a possible essential trace metal; hexavalent chromium is toxic and mutagenic. Trivalent chromium was thought to be a constituent in the so-called glucose tolerance factor (GTF). GTF has been hypothesised to be a metalloprotein complex that is formed when the oligopeptide .chromodulin, which consists of the four amino acid residues aspartate, cysteine, glutamate, and glycine, is bonded with four (Cr3+) centers. Chromium deficiency is a disorder that results from an insufficient dietary intake of chromium. The US dietary guidelines for adequate daily chromium intake were lowered in 2001 from 50–200 µg for an adult to 30–35 µg (adult male) and to 20–25 µg (adult female). These amounts were set to be the same as the average amounts consumed by healthy individuals. Consequently, it is thought that few Americans are chromium deficient. Approximately 2% of ingested chromium(III) is absorbed, with the remainder being excreted in the feces. Amino acids, vitamin C and niacin may enhance the uptake of chromium from the intestinal tract. After absorption, this metal accumulates in the liver, bone, and spleen. Supplementation Chromium picolinate is the most commonly used synthetic supplement. However, recent studies "have concluded that such supplements have no demonstrated effects on healthy individuals. A meta-analysis in 2002 found no effect on blood glucose or insulin in healthy people, and the data were inconclusive for diabetics. 10. VANADIUM Vanadyl(IV) sulfate, VOSO4, is a well known inorganic compound of vanadium. This blue solid is one of the most common sources of vanadium in the laboratory, reflecting its high stability. It features the vanadyl ion, VO2+, which has been called the "most stable diatomic ion. Vanadyl sulfate is an intermediate in the extraction of vanadium from petroleum residues, a major commercial source of the vanadium Vanadyl sulfate is a component of some food supplements and drugs. Vanadyl compounds mimic the effects of insulin, although humans seem to have no dietary requirement for vanadium. 11. ALOE VERA Biological Active Ingredients Aloe vera leaves contain a range of biologically active compounds, the best studied being acetylated mannans, polymannans, anthraquinone C-glycosides, anthrones and anthraquinones and various lectins USAGE: Internal intake of Aloe vera has been linked with improved blood glucose levels in diabetics and with lower blood lipids in hyperlipidaemic patient but also with acute hepatitis (liver diseases.) 12. FULVIC ACID A natural ionic molecule, fulvic is created by microbial activity taking place on plant roots. Fulvic minerals are organic; therefore, they will not build up in the body like clay based or metallic minerals. Organic fulvic complexes allow cells to accept or reject minerals (including mercury, lead, aluminum, and arsenic). Of particular importance, fulvic acid has been proven to be one of nature’s most perfect and powerful organic polyelectrolytes. Fulvic Acid Benefits are as follows: • helps to sustain and reinforce our immune system • helps to prevent toxic substances, such as heavy metals & dangerous chemicals, from being absorbed into the body, and removes those substances already present • furnishes plant-derived nutrients no longer available in our crops • acts as an anti-inflammatory • balances the body's pH level • bonds minerals into a form usable by the body. INDICATION: Many users reported that the Sugar level in their blood stream begins to reduce within 3 to 7 days. No side effect has been reported none envisaged. WARNING: Not to be taken by pregnant women. It may be taken by children, one tea spoonful in the morning and evening. Do not stop Doctor’s recommended medication until the pancreas is confirmed revived, in case of emergency or question go to our website to fill our contact form. This product has not been evaluated by (FDA), it is not a claim of any healing whatsoever. It is a supplement. Product of African Angel, Inc., THIS PRODUCT IS SOLD IN MANY HEALTH, ORGANIC, WELLNESS AND HERBAL STORES ACROSS USA AND AFRICA. EXERCISE AND NUTRITIONAL NEED FOR PEOPLE WITH DIABETES: • It is expedient for people with diabetes to do daily exercise of 25 minutes on the Treadmill and drink Green Juice of spinach, Kale, color Green, Celery, Cucumber and Ginger or cayenne pepper. • Avoid eating common salt, sugar, bread, cake and the like. • Avoid Drinking soda, alcohol and the like. • The above precautions will keep people with diabetes healthy and fit. MOSTLY ASKED QUESTIONS: (Q) when do I notice result from drinking NODSS? (A) 3 to 4 days the sugar level begins to fall and other benefits are being realized. (Q) How long do I continue to drink NODSS? (A) Until the pancreases is confirmed revived by the medical doctor. (Q) Can I take NODSS with medical Doctor recommended medication? (A) Yes, but may observe 2 Hour interval after taken recommended medication. (Q) where were the Ingredient materials sourced? (A) They were sourced from tropical Rain Forest and then Extracted. (Q) Does NODSS contain artificial preservative? (A) No, Organic Oregano Oil and Pine Oil and are added to fortified, protect and enhance effectiveness of NODSS and to eradicate any micro Organism in the body. (Q) who has benefited from drinking NODSS? (A) The Originator of the product had Diabetes of 480 glucose reading in his blood stream and it was controlled with NODSS. Members of Winners Christian Fellowship and African angel Customers based in Brooklyn, Bronx and Queens. Names and phone numbers can be supplied upon request. (Q) who to drink NODSS? (A) Women and Men who have Diabetes, Children above five years can drink NODSS but one teaspoonful of the concentrated NODSS or one ounce of the regular NODSS, Two times a day.


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