WHAT IS A PASUCHACA?

Pasushaca (Geranium delsianum Knuth) is an indigenous Peruvian plant that grows high in the Andes, at an altitude of 3500m. It is a low, shrubby plant that gives a handful of small, purple flowers. It is very widespread in the Peruvian region of Huanuco, whose climate suits it perfectly. The centuries-old tradition of healing with this special culture has been preserved among local healers.

Its purpose is mainly related to purifying the blood from various toxins, infections and sepsis. In addition, it is known for its effectiveness in the fight against chronic diarrhea, oral ulcers, internal bleeding, sore throat and childhood cholera. Its content contains tannins, saponins, chlorophyll, fats, resins and essences, carotenoids, reducing sugars, etc. 

Recent research has revealed its hidden potential According to research conducted at the University of Tokyo, the inhibitory effect of Pasuchaca on glycoside activity may contribute to delayed digestion of carbohydrates, which is great news for diabetics. A similar result could be achieved only with drugs. As an excellent hypoglycemic (it reduces the level of glucose in the blood), it is efficient in the fight against type I and II diabetes. It has a hypoglycemic effect as an alpha-glucosidase blocker, which delays the absorption of carbohydrates and thus reduces the level of glucose in the blood. As an antidiabetic, it stimulates the secretion of insulin in the pancreas, inhibits glycogenesis (usually increased in diabetics) and enhances the function of insulin receptors. In addition, it increases peripheral glucose utilization. In other words, it boosts glucose utilization in muscle.


The effects of glycemic reduction can be observed after 60 mins, and during 8 hours after the intake of dry Pasuńćaka extract. It is desirable to take one to two capsules of its extract before each meal, in order to prevent excessive oscillations of blood glucose levels. No side effects of this plant are known, and in Peru, its consumption is widespread to the extent that it is mint or chamomile in Europe. As a precaution, it is not recommended for pregnant women, nursing mothers and small children. It does not interact with other drugs, so it can be used freely with regular therapy. This herb can be very helpful for diabetics, but it is not a substitute for insulin. With a proper diet and enough physical activity, our product, made of superb Pasuchaca extract brings great results.

Our product Nuestra Pasuchaca was created in associaction with the respected Belgrade Center for Integrative Procedures and Supplements Dr. Dunjic. In addition, by buying it, you are directly helping the survival of the Quechua people, without whose help we would not have been able to realize it. Order it by clicking on the Online Store.

May the Pasuchaca serve you,
El Gringo