Bitter Leaf Capsules offer amazing health benefits

Welcome to Bitter leafs, home to independent research studies of the healing benefits of bitter leaves.

Bitter leaf is also known as VERNONIA AMYGDALINA and its amazing health value.

For thousands of year, Africans have used this herb to cure and prevent many diseases.  Although most popularly found in African diet, bitter leaf has also traditionally been used in Africa for its medicinal properties now proven by modern day scientific and medical research institutes around the world, Research institute and institutions like the University of Texas.

Working with your body and overall health, Bitter Leaf supplements can help maintain a healthy life style. Our product features a unique Bitter Leaf extracts, scientifically researched ingredients with high potencies. Our Supplement is made with organic Bitter Leaf herbs, gluten free, 100 % vegetarian, kosher. Each ingredient is sourced from where it’s grown best; from the Tropical Region of Africa.  The amazing thing about taking bitter leaf in a Capsule form is that you get the highest concentration of bitter leaf health benefits in its raw and most effective form without the extreme bitter taste.

Stay informed with updates and news about Bitter Leafs.

Independent Research Studies

University of Texas

An extract of Bitter Leaf has been shown to be an active anticancer agent. Physiologically relevant concentrations of extract from Bitter Leaf (Vernonia amygdalina) inhibit DNA synthesis in a breast cancer cell line.
According to recent research, "Discovery of water-soluble anticancer agents (Edotides) from a vegetable found in Benin City, Nigeria," published in the journal Experimental Biology and Medicine, Bitter Leaf may prevent the onset of breast cancer.

Dr. Oz

Bitter Greens are Good for your health claims Dr.OZ! Bitter Leaf is one of the most effective bitter green available. Its is been proven that bitter leafs has many health benefits according to various independent research studies.

Livestrong Magazine

Elevated cholesterol -- especially "bad" LDL cholesterol -- is a risk factor for heart attack, stroke and Alzheimer's disease. According to the February 2008 edition of the "Journal of Vascular Health and Risk Management," bitter leaf can reduce bad and total cholesterol. In an animal model, supplementation with bitter leaf extract reduced LDL cholesterol by 50 percent while also boosting "good" HDL cholesterol.

Nigerian Voice

From treating malaria, typhoid, diabetes, diarrhea, tuberculosis, gallstones and kidney disease, to the prevention of cancer and lowering of hypertension, the health benefits of bitter leaf goes on and on and on.


Prostate cancer is common among men who are over forty years old.+

Prostate cancer is common among men who are over forty years old.

Research has shown that prostate cancer is common among men who are over forty years old. One of the...

Why is cooking with bitter leaf not as effective?+

Why is cooking with bitter leaf not as effective?

Bitter leaf has been used for 100’s of years, however cooking with bitter leaf loses most of it’s amazing...

Bad LDL Cholesterol a problem.. You have found the solution+

Bad LDL Cholesterol a problem.. You have found the solution

Bitter leafs also known as bitter leaves because of their bitter taste has amazing healing properties. Elevated cholesterol —...

Bitter Leaf has amazing healing benefits+

Bitter Leaf has amazing healing benefits

The University of Texas reports that a Professor of Botany and Head of the Department of Botany and Microbiology,...

Bitter Leaf | Medical Doctor

Health Benefits of Bitter Leaf

Cooking with bitter leaf can lose most of their healthy benefits, try bitter leaf capsules.

All of the statistics below are reflected based on the information of independent research studies.

Helps maintain a healthy circulatory system 100%
Helps reduce high cholesterol levels 100%
Helps reduce high blood pressure 100%
May provide immune system support 100%
Start your 90 day challenge today


We're not around right now. But you can send us an email and we'll get back to you, asap.


Log in with your credentials

Forgot your details?