PectaSol Does it Work for Pain Relief (It works!)

written by Nina Shantel, blog:, published March 2024

I saw a YouTube video from Mastering Diabetes about a powder supplement that provides pain relief in a short period of time. Mastering Diabetes rarely recommends supplements and the only supplement I can recall Mastering diabetes recommend is Amla tea, so this product intrigued me.

Mastering Diabetes has provided reputable information that has helped me, such as recommending adding more fruit to my diet and keeping saturated fats low, which lowered my blood sugars, increased my circulation and lowered my LDL cholesterol level. Cyrus Khambatta, the co-founder of Mastering Diabetes said after two to three days of taking PectaSol, his back pain went away. PectaSol is genetically engineered (not GMO) pectin. Pectin is what one would find under the peel in limes, lemons and oranges. EcoNugenics genetically engineered their product to make it much more powerful and effective than if a person ate the extremely bitter pectic from under the peel of certain fruits.

I am skeptical of claims, but the founders of Mastering Diabetes provide sound advice, so I bought the smallest canister of PectaSol to see if it would help reduce the pain in my fingers and toes due to a neurological condition connected to long-term diabetes, called Raynaud’s. After three days of taking the unsweetened PectaSol powder, three times a day, on an empty stomach, before breakfast, before lunch, and before bedtime, the pain and swelling in my fingers and toes was minimal. After one week or so, the pain in my fingers and toes went away completely.

Since Raynaud’s can be triggered by cold weather, and the weather has been warming up, I was unconvinced PectaSol was the sole reason my pain disappeared so I didn’t reorder it. Two weeks after discontinuing PectaSol, my pain reappeared and the swelling intensified so I bought another canister, this time the large canister since it’s better priced, and after taking the product, my pain lessened greatly.

Due to my personal experience with pain reduction with PectaSol, I now recommend it to others with pain. Even though I eat an anti-inflammatory high-raw vegan diet, that is plant-based with lots of cruciferous vegetables, sometimes food isn’t enough and supplements are needed.

Watch the video below to see how to dissolve the powder, how to make it taste better, how to determine which PectaSol product is best suited for you, and why you might like to order freeze dried ledidi berries to chew a minute or so before drinking the unsweetened PectaSol product with water and lemon or lime juice.

There are modified citrus pectin knockoffs that are cheaper, but I don’t want to waste my time or money on a fake that doesn’t work or doesn’t lower my chronic pain. ecoNugenics PectaSol product is patented and works for me, in regards to lowering my pain and reducing swelling in my fingers and toes.  Let me know if you try it, what painful condition(s) it helps you with, or if it doesn’t help you.

Let me know if you have any questions.

PectaSol by ecoNugenics unflavored and unsweetened modified citrus pectin powder (that’s what I take). Trial size 30 servings, best price:

Lime (flavored is more expensive) sweetened with stevia:

Freeze Dried Ledidi Berries (small pack) – Chew 1 ledidi berry piece, add ¼ cup of lime juice or ¼ cup of lemon juice to 14 oz of water with ice to make the drink taste like lemonade or limeade, without any sugar:

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