Have you any information regarding Milagro de la Selva and his claims about a cure for diabetes?
Milagro de la Selva tea, as advertised online at Milagro de la Selva's web site and other sites, seems to me to have all the earmarks of a way to collect your money without offering you any value in return. The claim that 61% of patients achieve complete remission is utterly impossible. Also, "no known side effects."
The so-called clinical study I found looks official, but it certainly wasn't published in any peer-review journal. I won't waste your time and mine by digging any deeper, but do note that the sponsor of the study, The Peoples University of the Americas, has not been accredited or licensed.
Original posting 28 Sep 2006
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Last Updated: Tuesday April 06, 2010 15:10:08
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