Cactus fruit. Sabra. Prickly Pear. Nopal has almost as many names as it does health benefits.
Nopal is full of dietary fiber and pectin, which can help regulate, or even lower, blood sugar, especially when taken with or after meals. One plant, plenty of health benefits, which is why cultures have been using nopal as a remedy for thousands of years. How will you “nopal”?
- Gluten Free
- Yeast Free
- Wheat Free
- Milk or Milk Derivative Free
- Lactose Free
- Sugar Free
- Soy Free
- Artificial Color Free
- Artificial Flavor Free
- Sodium Free (less than 5mg per serving)
- Egg Free
Take 2 capsules.
The prickly pear cactus is known by different names around the world, including Nopal, Barbary Fig, and Opuntia. It’s a domesticated cactus known for its numerous health benefits.
Few people who take Nopal report experiencing any side effects. However, there is not enough reliable information to show if it is safe during pregnancy or while nursing.
Yes, but you’d have to eat a lot of Nopal! Which makes a supplement a much easier way to enjoy all it’s benefits.