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RM59.00 Fixed Price
304 days

 

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Diabe-Tea

Co-Researchers: Faridah Kormin, Norazlin Abdullah, Maryati Mohamed, Fazleen Izzany Abu Bakar, Asmah Rahmat
Nutraceutical, Nutritional Sciences, Biomedical Sciences

Details

The present invention of Diabe-Tea is formulated mixtures of 3 different herbs namely are Pecah Beling (Strobilanthes crispus), Misai Kucing (Orthosiphon stamineus) and Stevia (Stevia rebaudiana). This product acts as complimentary medicine in treating diabetes mellitus diseases, and as to provide an alternative herbal beverage for public consumers. Both Pecah Beling and Misai Kucing were traditionally used in preventing, alleviating and/or treating diabetes or diabetic complication, while Stevia is a new alternative sweetener suitable to be consumed by diabetic patients.

This product also incorporate new tea extraction method from Japan through the use of Pyramid shape tea sachet. The advantage of Pyramid tea sachet is to fasten and optimise the extraction of herbs. The tea extracts from these three anti-diabetic herbs helps to lower the glucose level in blood and providing optimum health benefits for its consumer.

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Commercialization Potential

  • Complementary and alternative medicine potential for diabetic patients.
  • Healthy drinks for normoglyceamic people.
  • Functional food and nutraceutical herbal products.
  • Clinical study (short & long term) is needed to verify the efficacy in diabetic human subjects.

 

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Abu Bakar, M. F., Kormin, F., Abdullah, N., Mohamed, M., Abu, F. I., & Rahmat, A. (2017). Diabe-Tea. Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia: MTUN Research Repository. QOI: 60.43650.2017-MTUNConnect.562812
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