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Ayurvedic Herb Giloy is a Wonder-drug for Diabetes; Read on to Know How to Consume it

Nikita Arya
Nikita Arya

The Ayurveda comprises of many natural herbs that have some amazing medicinal properties. Giloy is one such natural herb, which is known for its miraculous properties. The herb is used to treat so many diseases, and diabetes is among them. 

Many ayurvedic experts suggest drinking its juice for relief to the diabetic patient. A teaspoon of its stem’s juice mixed with a leaf of vine and turmeric can give so much relief to the diabetic patients. It has a high content of hypoglycemic, which regulates the sugar content in the body. Other than diabetes, giloy acts as a panacea in the treatment of many other diseases too. Here are some of its benefits.

Benefits of Giloy 

  • Consumption of giloy can reduce the signs and symptoms of recurrent fevers and other life-threatening conditions like Dengue, Swine Flu and Malaria. 

  • It improves digestive problems. A half gram of giloy powder with amla or jiggery can help in fighting with constipation and other bowel related issues. 

  • As giloy has anti-inflammatory properties, its consumption can help in reducing respiratory problems like frequent cough, cold, and tonsils. It can also help in fighting with asthma.  

  • It helps in better functioning of both kidneys. 

  • It controls the sugar level in blood and urine. 

  • It can boost immunity as it contains good amount of antioxidants, which provides the body the ability to fight harmful bacteria. 

  • Having anti-aging properties, this herb can also help in reducing different signs of aging such as darks spots, pimples, fine lines and wrinkles.  

  • It can help in maintaining blood pressure. Patients with high blood pressure say that consuming giloy has helped them keep their blood pressure under control.  

  • Consumption of giloy can help in relieving problems like joint pain and swelling.  

  • It can also be used to improve the eyesight.  

  • It also believed to relieve stress and depression. 

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