Q & A

SUGAR AWAY™ active ingredient?

SUGAR AWAY™ is a natural product derived from Gymnema Sylvestre which when taken will stop the tongue’s ability to taste sugar. 1/2 hour 1  1/2  hours.

From what sources can you obtain Gymnema Sylvestre?

Gymnema Sylvestre is a woody climbing plant that grows in the tropical forests in central and southern India. The leaves, used in herbal medicine, when chewed, interfere with the ability to taste sugar. In Hindi its name is Gurmar, which means, “destroyer of sugar”.

What is SUGAR AWAY™?

SUGARAWAY™ is a safe, stable, and solubilized liquid form of Gymnema Sylvestre.

What benefits does it provide?

SUGAR AWAY™ helps provide you with the confidence to lose weight or drop your consumption of sugar in every activity. It gives you this boost of help by coating the tongue with the active ingredients of Gymnema Sylvestre so your ability to taste sugar is gone.

Using SUGAR AWAY™ in conjunction with a regular exercise routine contributes to increased weight loss. SUGAR AWAY™ with daily use will make your desire for junk food become less in time.

Why in a spray bottle?

SUGAR AWAY™ was put into a spray bottle form to make it easier to take with you when a craving comes up, it was also the most ideal way to get the active ingredients onto the tongue.

How many sprays in a bottle?

There is approximately 150 sprays in each 8.5 ml bottle, extra strength.


You must hold the bottle a distance of three inches from your tongue, to avoid spraying onto the face.

Also to depress the spray nozzle firm and quick to get a full amount onto the tongue.

Do I need to keep the SUGAR AWAY™ on my tongue before I swallow it?

Yes, you will have to spray 2 – 3 full sprays onto the tongue, coat the tongue’s palate by moving your tongue around the inside of the mouth and leave it there for at least 10 -15 seconds to get the best results, and get up to the 1/2 hour 1  1/2  hours from the active ingredient.


What is the right dosage?

The recommended amount for the average person is 2 – 3 full sprays on the centre of the tongue. And move the tounge around to cat the tonge evenly.