Some unique natural remedies for diabetes

Some unique natural remedies for diabetes

Since ancient times, diabetes has been known to be treated with the plant as well as other natural remedies for diabetes. Not only that, recent scientific researchers have proven that these natural medications are actually efficient in many of the herbal preparations, some of them being remarkably effective. Only those natural remedies are known to effectively and are relatively nontoxic and that has substantial documentation of the efficacy. Some of them are mentioned below.

  • Apples – Apples are known to have soluble fiber that can lower cholesterol and help prevent plaque buildup in the arteries and slower the uptake of glucose, thus helping you to maintain healthy blood sugar levels.
  • Bitter melon – This is another one of the most effective natural remedies for diabetes and several clinical trials have confirmed that it has anti-diabetic properties. Charantin which is extracted by alcohol is a hypoglycemic agent and is composed of mixed steroids and is considered to be more potent than the drug tolbutamide which is often used for the treatment of diabetes.
  • Garlic and gurmar – garlic can also reduce blood sugar levels in people with diabetes. It can exert its effects in part by stimulating beta-cell insulin secretion. The other one gamer leaf’s effect and is the main point of interest in the western countries. This is especially beneficial given the rising epidemic of adult onset of Type 2 diabetes.
  • Onion and Garlic – Onion as well as garlic have blood sugar lowering action. Both of them are simple natural remedies for diabetes. The main active ingredients in the onion and garlic are Propyl disulphide (APDS) and Diallyl disulphide oxide (allicin) yet other constituents such as may play an important role as well.

A few of my family members are diabetic patients and they earnestly have these natural remedies for diabetes on a regular basis. You too should try them out as they are not difficult to find and easy on the pocket.


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