Ayurvedic home remedies for diabetes it’s really work
With approximately 64.5 million people in India suffering from diabetes, India is among the top three countries seething under the pressure of high diabetic population. We spoke to Dr. Piyush Juneja, VedicGram on Ayurvedic remedies for diabetes. They are all worth a try.
One liter of cinnamon water daily
Cinnamon contains a chemical to help utilize blood sugar naturally in your body. Add three tablespoons of cinnamon in one liter of boiling water and simmer it for 20 minutes on low flame. Consume the water after straining.
Stevia plant or “Stevia Sanyantra” commonly known as “Meethi Patti” in Hindi is a sweet leaf herb and is helpful in controlling sugar levels, blood pressure and it acts as a natural sweetener. A 2011 human study found that stevia has anti-diabetic properties, including revitalizing damaged beta cells, and compares favorably with the drug glibenclamide but without the adverse effects. This plant is one of the best natural remedies to control blood sugar.
Long-term consumption of honey might have positive effects on the metabolic derangements of type 1 diabetes. This was observed in a 2010 human study.
Consuming garlic (Allium sativum) early morning everyday also helps in controlling blood sugar levels, but it should be consumed empty stomach.
Guava leaves and cumin
Crush a handful of guava leaves and three grams of cumin together. Boil the mixture in a glass of water till it becomes half. Consume the mixture after straining.
Water on empty stomach
Drink eight glasses of water in the morning and take a walk for one hour
Anti-diabetic medicinal plants
Apart from the above mentioned remedies, most common and effective anti-diabetic medicinal plants of Indian origin are Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia), Gurmar (Gymnema sylvestre), Beetroot (Beta vulgaris), Methi (Trigonella foenum-graecum), Ghrita Kumara (Aloe vera), Neem (Azadirachta indica), Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum), and Anar (Punica granatum)
Gymnema Sylvestre leaves
The leaves of Gymnema Sylvestre (Gurmur- a climbing vine), a traditional Ayurvedic medicine for diabetics, significantly reduces the metabolic effects of sugar by preventing the intestines from absorbing the sugar molecules during the process of digestion.
Eating tender curry leaves (fresh) twice a day