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Berberine HCL 97% Granular

What is Berberine HCL 97% Granular?

Berberine HCL 97% Granular refers to a highly concentrated form of berberine hydrochloride in a granular or crystalline form. This specific formulation indicates that the berberine extract has been processed and concentrated to contain 97% pure berberine in a granular texture, making it easier to handle and possibly to incorporate into various formulations such as capsules or tablets.

Health benefits of using Berberine HCL 97% Granular

1. Blood Sugar Regulation:

Berberine has shown promise in helping regulate blood sugar levels by improving insulin sensitivity and reducing insulin resistance. It can also increase glucose uptake in cells and reduce sugar production in the liver, potentially aiding in the management of conditions like diabetes or metabolic syndrome.

2. Cholesterol Management: 

Studies suggest that berberine may help lower LDL cholesterol levels, which could reduce the risk of heart disease. It might also help increase HDL ("good") cholesterol levels.

3. Weight Management: 

Some research indicates that berberine could impact metabolism and fat storage, potentially aiding in weight management efforts. It might influence various pathways related to weight regulation and metabolism.

4. Anti-inflammatory and Antioxidant Properties:

Berberine exhibits both anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, which could contribute to its potential benefits for various health conditions related to inflammation and oxidative stress. These properties may have implications for overall health and well-being.


Berberine HCl 97% Granular is available in various forms, such as capsules, tablets, or granules, and is used as a dietary supplement. However, as with any supplement, it's essential to consult with a healthcare professional before starting berberine, especially for individuals with existing health conditions or who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Dosage and potential interactions with other medications should be carefully considered under professional guidance.

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