Nopalin - 200 Tablets


Produced using Nopal cactus fig, Nopalin supports detoxification and has beneficial effects on the functioning of the intestines as a rich source of fibres, while it provides vitamins (B1, B2, niacin) and minerals for the body. The cactus fig can prevent the absorption of fats and it also intensifies their decomposition and secretion. With its diuretic effect, it supports the functioning of the bladder and helps the kidneys.

Globally, 347 million people suffer from diabetes. In 2004, 3.4 million people died as a result of diabetes. According to the estimates of the WHO, diabetes will be ranked 7th among the leading causes of death by 2030. Research activities related to nopal have been performed since 1979 in order to prevent diabetes as it was discovered that a much larger proportion of the Mexican population living in the area of the United States suffered from diabetes than the Mexicans living in Mexico, where the local inhabitants treat nopal cactus as food.

They consume it boiled, fried, grilled and also raw in the form of salads. The experiments revealed that the nopal is capable of decreasing sugar levels in the blood. This is probably because the absorption of carbohydrates is slowed down, which decreases the production of insulin.

It is a basic principle for diabetes patients that the consumption of fibres reduces blood sugar reactions. Include Nopalin in your daily diet and this way you can increase the consumption of fibres, ensuring that your blood sugar levels remain within the normal range.

Diabetes  Fact sheet N312, Updated March 2013 Media Centre, WHO

Take 2 tablets 3x daily with a glass of water 30 minutes before a meal.


6 Tablets contain

 Nopal cactus leaf powder (Opuntia ficus indica) 1800mg


Other ingredients: Nopal cactus leaf powder, stabilisers (cellulose, calcium phosphates), bulking agent (cross-linked sodium carboxymethylcellulose), anti-caking agents (fatty acids, silicon dioxide), emulsifier (hydroxypropyl methylcellulose). 


○ You should consult with a qualified medical practitioner, before taking any supplement.

○ Do not exceed the recommended daily intake.

○ Food supplements cannot substitute for a balanced mixed diet.

○ Keep out of reach of young children.

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