NATURAL MAGIC CURE FOR DIABETES ( INSULIN PLANT )

INSULIN PLANT

     Costus igneus is a medicinal plant ,the leaves  of this plant helps to build up insulin in the human body so it is commonly known as insulin plant in India.This plant is cultivated in  India  mostlly for its    medicinal properties ,where as in other parts of the world it is cultivated for ornamental purposes.It gives wonderful and unbeleivable cure for diabetes. It is widely used in  an ayurvedic medicinal system .In ayurvedic treatment diabetic patients are advised to chew down the 2 – 3 fresh leaves of insulin plant  early morning in empty stomach  for a month .There is also dried and ground powder of the leaves now available in the market.
   According to international journal of ayurveda research was published a study of this plant ,it helps to reduce the fasting and postprandial blood sugar levels bringing them towards normal  because of the hypoglycemic action can be due to the release of insulin and insulin sensitizing action or a combination of both .The leaves taste a little sour like tamarind leaves .The native of this plant is southeast Asia ( Indonesia ).The maximum height of this plant is about two feet.The flowers are orange in color and look beautiful .Costus igneus plant grows very quickly.propagation of this plant is by stem cutting .The leaves of this plant contain ascorbic acid ,protein ,iron ,B-carotene ,fiber ,tocopherol ,phenols ,flavonoids ,vitamin C  antioxidants .It is also used to promote longitivity ,treats rashes ,reduce fever ,asthma ,bronchitis,and for dewarming .

INSULIN PLANT





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