Okay first of all, how do you think researchers decide what kind of things to look into? Cause and effect. Someone reports that something worked for them. Then a pharmacuetical company decides they want to find out what the active ingredient is in the botanical to find out what is helping people. Next when they find it, since you can't patent something natural, they change the molecule slightly. Then they turn around and sell it for extremely high dollars compared to any of these juices. Ask seniors who are paying for anti-inflammatories what they pay their perscriptions. $35 dollars a bottle for the juice that has the same effect is pretty cheap. The reason there are not a lot of clinical trials on humans for most of this is because there is not a big dollar pharmecuetical company in the background waiting to turn it into the next Celebrex or Vioxxx. SO think on that before you know what nutritional supplement companies are doing.
By the way yes I am a Xango distributor (just became one) but I have been looking into helping my wife with her Diabetes and Arthritis for years and this product does what it claims. By the way, no claims on cures have ever been made by the company. Research before you blow smoke at folks.