The prevalence of diabetic neuropathies, a family of often-painful nerve disorders caused by diabetes, paints a staggering picture. The National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse estimates that “about 60 to 70 percent of people with diabetes have some form of neuropathy.” In the United States alone, that figure equates to between 14 and 16.5 million individuals. Worldwide, the number jumps 150 to 175 million.
As a result, the affliction presents a potential goldmine for greedy pharmaceutical companies. Indeed, according to a recent survey of U.S. neurologists, “For the treatment of diabetic neuropathy, a drug that has disease-modifying potential would earn 40 percent patient share in the U.S.” What’s good news for the pharmas, however, inflicts some additional sting to the already suffering diabetic neuropathy patient. Newly minted, non-generic drugs like the one proposed often cost hundreds of dollars a month – and frequently come with the added expense of undesirable side effects.
Neurabic, an all-natural nerve support herbal remedy, provides the same, if not better, results as prescription medication without the potential side effects and sky-high price tag. In fact, a three-month supply of Neurabic costs less than a month’s supply of the average name-brand prescription. Chockfull of rejuvenating nerve cell ingredients, Neurabic restores nerve function, reducing and in many cases eliminating nerve pain, tingling, numbness and discomfort.
While research conducted at leading medical institutions like Harvard and Georgetown back up Neurabic’s health benefit claims, neuropathy sufferers who are still leery can try the herbal supplement risk-free. Every Neurabic order is backed by a 90-day, no-questions-asked, full money-back guarantee.
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