How to Lower Blood Sugar Levels – 3 Natural Remedies to Cure Diabetes by Yourself

How to Lower Blood Sugar Levels – 3 Natural Remedies to Cure Diabetes by Yourself

Are you sometimes disturbed by the side-effects of anti-diabetic drugs? You may have the desire to curb the use of such a medication. You wonder if there are helpful remedies to cure diabetes at home. In fact, there are hundreds of herb remedies that help to keep sugar under control. But natural medicinal plants can induce side effects too! The problem consists in being sure that a specific herb treatment is really effective and not harmful. Let’s see three remedies that have long been used to treat diabetes.

About 10 different species of Burdock are known worldwide. Greater Burdock or Arctium lappa is found in many areas. Its root is the most beneficial part of the plant employed to cure a wide variety of ailments. Its active components include 45 % of inulin, flavonoids (antioxidant agents), alkaloids, glycosides, tannins and essential oils. A few studies have suggested that burdock root compounds are able to drop blood glucose. As a result, many natural health practitioners recommend it as an adjunctive cure for glycemic control in patients with diabetes.

Use: Boil 3 to 6 grams of burdock dried root powder in 10 oz (0.3l) of water during about 20 minutes. Drink the concoction 3 times a day. Precaution: It is not recommended for pregnant or nursing women.

Walnut (Juglans regia) diet is well known to exert healthful protective effects on cardiovascular system thanks to its omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants components. Did you know that it has been widely used as an herbal remedy for diabetics? A study on animals revealed that walnut leaves extract has a powerful anti-diabetic effect on diabetes-induced rats.

Use: brew a tea made from tender walnut leaves and drink it 3 times a day.

Geranium robertianum leaves properties can reduce blood sugar levels and so it can be useful for diabetic.

Use: prepare an infusion of Geranium robertianum leaves and drink it 3 times a day.

I hope this information has helped you to understand that it is perfectly possible to manage diabetes with herbs. For medical reasons, you’d better ask your personal doctor for advice. Have you ever heard about this new strategy to reverse diabetes in a few weeks without absolutely any negative side-effects? Maxie who was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes was looking for a way to curb or even eliminate harmful drugs use. She started this new therapy and within a few days her fasting blood test was indicating an extraordinary glycemic improvement (from 136 to 89!)

Feel free to read Maxie story in Diabetes Reversal Report This natural treatment is also able to cure persons who have been suffering from Type 1 diabetes for less than 7 years.

Alexis Roger is a French biochemist who loves investigating and teaching. He has studied various fields of science such as pharmacology, physiology, endocrinology, chemistry, bacteriology, anatomy and botanic. He displays a great interest in international alternative medicine therapies.

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