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STABILISE

Glucobalance food supplement

£99.00

Cannabotech’s® STABILISE offers a powerful combination of Mycotherapy and CBD to support balanced blood sugar and prevent or manage blood sugar disorders, such as Diabetes. 

Five medicinal mushrooms namely, Ganoderma lucidum, Agaricus brasiliensis, Coprinus comatus, Tremella fuciformis, and Grifola frondosa have been incorporated into this glucose-balancing formula because of their ability to: 

  • Protect and restore the functions of Insulin-secreting β-cells in the pancreas, thus lowering blood glucose levels and maintaining glucose balance throughout the body.
  • Reduce the body’s Insulin needs and improve the sensitivity of peripheral tissue cells to circulating Insulin
  • Increase hepatic glucokinase levels, which improves glucose metabolism and use
  • Reduce oxidative stress and inflammatory damage in the tissues by modulating the Immune response, enhancing circulation and stimulating lymphatic detoxification. 

 

Due to its potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, CBD may prevent or lower the risk of developing Type I and Type II Diabetes

Emerging studies show that CBD may also aid in blood sugar management and its complications e.g. Diabetic Neuropathy. 

Description

Take one tablet up to 4 times per day with food. This product should not be a substitute for a balanced, healthy diet and lifestyle. Do not exceed the maximum daily recommended intake.

Traditional Mushrooms

Supercharged with the natural properties of Snow fungus, Reishi, Almond mushroom, Shaggy Mane, and Maitake.

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Reishi

Latin name

Ganoderma Lucidum

Common name

Reishi

Where it grows

Reish can be found growing on trees in temperate and subtropical climates in Asia, Europe, South America and North America

What it looks like

Burnt-orange, shiny varnish, flat kidney-shaped

Common uses?

Tea, powder, liquid tinctures, dietary supplements, skincare

Fun fact

The reishi mushroom was so revered in ancient China that it was reserved only for royalty.

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Almond
Mushroom

Latin name

Agaricus Brasiliensis

Common name

Almond mushroom

Where it grows

The Agaricus mushrooms can be found growing in Canada, California, Hawaii, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Taiwan, Philippines, Australia, and Brazil.

What it looks like

White to dull reddish-brown, round top hemispherical top

Common uses?

Tea, powder, liquid tinctures, dietary supplements, gourmet cuisine, skincare

Fun fact

The almond mushroom got its common name because it actually tastes like almonds, making it a delicacy in gourmet cooking.

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Shaggy
Mane

Latin name

Coprinus Comatus

Common name

Shaggy mane

Where it grows

Shaggy mane grows naturally in disturbed grounds, grass, wood chips, and hard-packed soil; most commonly in Britain and Ireland.

What it looks like

White, bell-like cylinders, a bit rough

Common uses?

Powder, dietary supplements, skincare

Fun fact

Shaggy mane is also called 'lawyer's wig' because it looks like a 'peruke,' the headpiece British judges and barristers wear in the courts for formality.

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Snow
Fungus

Latin name

Tremella Fuciformis

Common name

Snow Fungus

Where it grows

The snow fungus mushroom is a parasitic mushroom found on hypoxylon growing on dead wood in largely tropical and subtropical Asian and North American regions.

What it looks like

White, frondlike (wavy), gelatinous. You could call it the jelly fish of the forest.

Common uses?

Tea, powder, liquid tinctures, dietary supplements, skincare, Asian cuisine

Fun fact

The snow fungus mushroom contains up to 500 times its weight and is full of collagen, making it a popular alternative to hyluranic acid.

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Maitake

Latin name

Grifola Frondosa

Common name

Maitake

Where it grows

Maitake in Japan, China, and Eastern North Americ grows at the bottom of dying or dead hardwood trees such as maple, Oak, and Elm trees.

What it looks like

Cluster of wavy, greyish-brown caps

Common uses?

Tea, powder, liquid tinctures, dietary supplements, skincare, Asian cuisine

Fun fact

The maitake mushroom can grow up to 45 kilograms.

benefits

TREMELLA FUCIFORMIS (SNOW FUNGUS)  

Glucuronoxylomannan, a specific polysaccharide (AC) found in Tremella fuciformis, has been shown to possess considerable hypoglycaemic (blood sugar-lowering) activity and improve Insulin sensitivity by regulating lipid/ fat metabolism (incl. Cholesterol), making this medicinal mushroom especially helpful in the management of age-related Diabetes mellitus

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AGARICUS BRASILIENSIS (ALMOND MUSHROOM)

This edible, medicinal mushroom is loaded with potent antioxidants, such as ergothioneine and polyphenols, as well as polysaccharides, fiber, vitamins C, B12, folate, and D. All these bioactive compounds have demonstrated protective antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, hypoglycaemic (blood sugar lowering) and hypolipidaemic (cholesterol & triglyceride lowering) effects.

Cholesterol directly affects Insulin-releasing, β-cell metabolism, and function. Agaricus’s ability to lower cholesterol may therefore reduce the risk of developing β-cell dysfunction and the associated onset of Diabetes. 

 

GANODERMA LUCIDUM (REISHI)

Scientific investigations of Reishi polysaccharides (G. lucidum-PS) have frequently confirmed its hypoglycaemic (blood sugar lowering), anti-diabetic effects, due to its ability to suppress oxidative damage and facilitate Insulin production and release from the pancreatic β-cells. 

Reishi has also been shown to help protect the kidneys from developing Diabetic complications.

 

GRIFOLA FRONDOSA (MAITAKE)

Maitake’s anti-diabetic activity may be related to the fact that it naturally contains an α-glucosidase inhibitor, which blocks the conversion of stored glucose (glycogen) back to glucose, thus lowering blood sugar levels.

Grifola frondosa is also rich in vanadium, which significantly decreases blood glucose levels. 

 

COPRINUS COMATUS (SHAGGY MANE)

Numerous, worldwide studies have confirmed the anti-diabetic effects of Coprinus comatus, due to its ability to protect Insulin-producing, pancreatic β-cells from damage.

Coprinus comatus is also rich in α-amylase, an enzyme that digests complex carbohydrates (e.g. Starch) and regulates blood glucose levels after a meal. 

Polysaccharides abundant in this Mushroom, protect the blood vessels from damage associated with Diabetic complications.

 

CBD

Due to its potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, CBD may contribute to preventing or lowering the risk of developing Type I and Type II Diabetes

Emerging studies show that CBD may also aid in the management and may contribute to the treatment of Diabetes and its complications e.g. Diabetic Neuropathy. 

 

Chromium Picolinate

Chromium supplements are helpful for people with type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance. Chromium can lower glucose levels and improve insulin sensitivity.

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