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Berberine Capsules 300mg (30 days, 60 pc.)

Sale price€25,00

Berberine, a natural compound with a rich history in traditional medicine, is now being explored by science for its potential role in supporting healthy aging. These Berberine capsules offer a convenient way to experience this time-tested ingredient.

Embrace Berberine's Potential Benefits for Longevity:

  • Metabolic Health: Berberine is studied for its support in maintaining healthy blood sugar levels already within a normal range and potentially promoting a healthy metabolism.
  • Cellular Support: Emerging research suggests Berberine may contribute to healthy cellular processes, potentially impacting overall well-being and longevity.
  • Cellular Senescence Modulation: Preliminary studies explore Berberine's potential role in cellular senescence, a process linked to aging.
Berberine Capsules 300mg (30 days, 60 pc.)
Berberine Capsules 300mg (30 days, 60 pc.) Sale price€25,00


300-600mg (1-2 capsules of 300mg)


2 capsules (600mg), any time of the day 15-30 minutes before the meal.Swallow with water.


2-4 weeks


High quality Amur Cork Tree extract produced in EU

What is Berberine?

Berberine, a bitter yellow compound found in plants like barberry or amur cork tree, has a long history in traditional medicine.

Modern research suggests it offers a range of potential health benefits. Berberine may help regulate blood sugar by mimicking some cellular effects of fasting, potentially lowering cholesterol and fighting infections as well.

While naturally occurring in some foods, berberine is most commonly available in supplement form.

How does Berberine work?

Berberine is a plant alkanoid which exerts its effects through multiple mechanisms.

Within cells, it activates AMPK, a key regulator of metabolism, potentially improving insulin sensitivity and glucose uptake, thereby aiding blood sugar control.

Berberine may also modulate cholesterol synthesis and promote LDL-C clearance from the bloodstream.

Additionally, its antimicrobial properties might contribute to gut health by targeting harmful bacteria.

These diverse actions suggest potential benefits for metabolic health and overall well-being.

Longevity meaning by L Cell

200 years long lifetime.

That is not just a slogan, but also a realistic goal.

In 1961 American scientist Leonard Hayflick has discovered that most human cells are capable to divide up to 60 times before they die.

Upon every divison they mutate by loosing some of the original DNA epigenome information, making our bodies increasingly older and proner to diseases.

Luckily, scientific achievements of recent 20 years have proven that there are ways to slow down and even reverse the degeneration process.