I founded Benfotiamine.Net, Inc. in 2003 because I wanted a reliable, high-quality, low-cost source of benfotiamine for myself and others in North America.
I was diagnosed with Type II diabetes some five years ago. In the past few years I have experienced progressive symptoms of neuropathy and occasionally severe bouts of sciatica. Since beginning a benfotiamine regimen in March, 2003, my neuropathy symptoms are no longer progressing (in fact, they are reversing) and the sciatica attacks have stopped completely (a huge relief). Also, my blood pressure has moderated, dropping some 15 points on the systolic and 10 points on the diastolic readings. Though these results are not scientific, and certainly do not justify making any health claims regarding benfotiamine, they were certainly impressive results for me and, along with the numerous scientific studies and clinical trials I have read, good enough for me to recommend benfotiamine to others, including those closest to me. I recommend you navigate to Benfotiamine.Org to review the FAQ’s, clinical trials and other studies that have been conducted on benfotiamine. Go To Benfotiamine.Org
I started this business because in 2003 benfotiamine was expensive and inconvenient to acquire from abroad. At first I was curious as to whether benfotiamine was considered a drug or a supplement. I have established to my satisfaction (and based on the expert opinion of others in the industry) that benfotiamine, a synthetic precursor of active thiamine or vitamin B-1, is a dietary supplement under the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) of 1994 because it is a metabolite of a recognized vitamin.