Diabetes is a common disease that develops, due to a hormone insulin imbalance produced by the pancreas. Insulin controls the glucose level in the blood, and how much glucose is absorbed by the cells; which in turn use glucose to produce energy. When insulin is not present in the body or the body is not utilizing it properly, glucose cannot enter the cells, and stays in the bloodstream producing hyperglycemia, or excess of sugar in the blood. There are some other important things to know about causes of diabetes are excess intake of oil and sugar, hereditary and genetics factors, increased cholesterol level, over weight, stress, sedentary lifestyle.

Frequent urination, excessive hunger and thirst, problems of back and joint pain, tiredness or general weakness, loss or gain of weight, and long time for healing of wounds are the symptoms of diabetes.

Home remedies for diabetes

Garlic: Garlic contains allicin, which helps in reducing the sugar level in the blood. It also helps to disintegration of cholesterol in the body.

Jamun (black plum): Black plum has a specific action on the pancreas, which controls the conversion of starch to sugar. The seeds of the black plum have better effects than the pulp.

Mango leave: Mango leaves are very effective in controlling diabetes. Take some mango leaves and soak them in water for 6-8 hours. Take this solution an empty stomach early in the morning. You can also take them in powder form with water. Dry the mango leaves and make its powder in a grinder. Mix one tablespoon of the powder of mango leaves in a glass of water and drink it in the morning.

Bitter gourd (karela): Take one tablespoon juice of bitter gourd every morning. It is very effective home remedies. It will definitely reduce the intensity of the condition.

Fenugreek: Fenugreek seed used to spice up Indian food. It has been used as a home remedies to treat symptoms that indicate diabetes. Be careful to take this as a medicine, the side effects of fenugreek are diarrhea, flatulence, and allergic reactions. Proper monitoring is very necessary and the recommended dose is one or two grams of seeds, 2-3 times a day and it can be taken as a tea.

Disclaimer: This article is not meant to provide health advice and is for general information only. Always seek the insights of a qualified health professional before embarking on any health program.

Copyright © Ryan Mutt, All Rights Reserved. If you want to use this article on your website or in your ezine, make all the urls (links) active.

Similar Studies