This product is for adults only, it is not anyone under 18 years of age.
Can I exceed the recommended dose?
We recommend that you follow the suggested use instructions on the label and not to exceed the recommended dose.
Can CinSulin replace hypoglycemic drugs or Insulin?
No. CinSulin is a dietary supplement. It is not a replacement for any drug.
Do I have to take both capsules at the same time or can I split them up?
You can split the dose and take one capsule at one time and another later during the day, ideally with the morning and evening meals.
Can I take this product with other products and/or prescription drugs?
We recommend that you consult with your health care provider or physician, who is familiar with your medications and medical history. A Pharmacist may also be able to assist you with this question.
Can I take this product if I have a medical condition?
We recommend that you consult with your health care provider or physician, who is familiar with your medications and medical history.
Where do the ingredients in this product come from?
We source our raw materials globally. This product contains ingredients from the United States, Argentina, Australia, China, Europe, Germany, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, and Pakistan.
CinSulin is free of the following:
Gluten free, Wheat free, Sugar free, Lactose free, Milk free, Fish free, Free of artificial flavors, Free of central nervous system stimulants, Caffeine free, Soy free, tree nut free, peanut free, allergen free per FDA’s allergen labeling requirement.
Does CinSulin contain ingredients derived from Corn?
CinSulin (fill material inside the capsule) doesn’t contain any ingredients derived from corn.
However, Polysorbate 80 in banding (capsule) contains corn. Content of Polysorbate 80 in finished product is less than 0.01%.
Recommend consumer open the capsule and mix the fill material with room temp food.
Is the product good after the expiration date?
The shelf life of the product is determined by stability testing, which determines the quantity of vitamins and minerals or active ingredients in the product over a period of time. Although the product is not harmful when taken after the expiration date, the potency may be compromised.
What is the source of the veggie caps?
The source is Hypromellose, a cellulose material derived from softwood trees, mainly pine and spruce trees that are grown and harvested from plantations in the southeastern United States. The hypromellose that is used to manufacture these capsules complies with all compendia requirements as presented in the harmonized USP, EP, and JP monographs.