Herbs for dia­betes allow you to con­trol the lev­el of glu­cose in the blood, have a pos­i­tive effect on meta­bol­ic process­es, in gen­er­al, improve the patien­t’s con­di­tion. At the same time, med­i­c­i­nal plants have a min­i­mum of side effects. Which of them is most often rec­om­mend­ed by phy­tother­a­pists?

  • Elecampane

In 1804, in the roots of ele­cam­pane, sci­en­tists dis­cov­ered a large amount of a com­pound pre­vi­ous­ly unknown to sci­ence and named it inulin from the Latin name for ele­cam­pane — Inu­la. It turned out that the new sub­stance is not only con­so­nant with the hor­mone insulin well-known to every dia­bet­ic, but also has sim­i­lar hypo­glycemic prop­er­ties. It stim­u­lates the pro­duc­tion of its own insulin, increas­es the sen­si­tiv­i­ty of cells to the hor­mone of the pan­creas, and con­tributes to the cre­ation of its reserves in the body. In addi­tion, inulin gen­er­al­ly improves the per­for­mance of the endocrine glands and con­tributes to the nor­mal­iza­tion of body weight. Mod­ern experts also call dan­de­lion roots a promis­ing source of a hypo­glycemic sub­stance. Both plants are now avail­able in a con­ve­nient tablet form — Mezi-Vit Plus (ele­cam­pane + vit­a­mins C, B6) and Dan­de­lion P. At the same time, all their use­ful prop­er­ties can be ful­ly pre­served thanks to the use of cry­opro­cess­ing tech­nol­o­gy.

  • Nettle

At the begin­ning of the last cen­tu­ry, British phys­i­ol­o­gists sug­gest­ed the exis­tence of a cer­tain sub­stance that is pro­duced by the duo­de­num 12, sig­nif­i­cant­ly stim­u­lates the pan­creas and, as a result, increas­es the con­cen­tra­tion of insulin in the blood. The fol­low­ing year, this mys­te­ri­ous com­pound was already dis­cov­ered. It turned out to be a pep­tide hor­mone called secretin. Lat­er it was found in some plants. One of them is sting­ing net­tle. Tak­ing drugs based on it allows you to restore the work of pan­cre­at­ic beta cells (they pro­duce insulin), improve the con­di­tion of blood ves­sels and nor­mal­ize meta­bol­ic process­es. Due to the formic acid con­tained in the cell sap of the net­tle hairs, its leaves are not easy to pre­pare, and it is prob­lem­at­ic to use fresh. But there is a way out: all the ben­e­fi­cial com­pounds of burn­ing grass are con­tained in a tablet prepa­ra­tion. Net­tle Pcre­at­ed on the basis of plant cry­opow­der.

  • St. John’s wort

Herbs for dia­betes — these are not only plants with hypo­glycemic prop­er­ties. Since the dis­ease is inex­tri­ca­bly linked with meta­bol­ic dis­or­ders, in par­tic­u­lar car­bo­hy­drates, the fight against it will not be effec­tive with­out the nor­mal­iza­tion of meta­bol­ic process­es and cleans­ing the body of tox­ins. St. John’s wort per­fo­rat­ed can have a sim­i­lar effect. This plant is also avail­able in the form of tablets made from herb cry­opow­der, — St. John’s wort P.

  • Valerian

Dia­betes mel­li­tus in most cas­es devel­ops under the influ­ence of severe stress. The research group of the Research Insti­tute of Human Mor­phol­o­gy stud­ied the med­ical his­to­ry of patients with type I dia­betes mel­li­tus and found that in 98% of cas­es the dis­ease devel­oped as a result of sud­den jumps in blood glu­cose caused by shock con­di­tions. And there­fore, accord­ing to sci­en­tists, the best pre­ven­tion of the “sweet dis­ease” is the fight against stress. Phys­io­ther­a­pist pre­scrib­ing herbs for dia­betes will def­i­nite­ly rec­om­mend med­i­c­i­nal plants with a seda­tive effect: valer­ian, blue cyanosis, moth­er­wort, lemon balm. Or a nat­ur­al prepa­ra­tion based on them Ner­vo-Vit.

  • Eleutherococcus

How does a strong ner­vous shock affect the devel­op­ment of dia­betes mel­li­tus? It is known that dur­ing stress, the adren­al glands begin to active­ly pro­duce the hor­mone cor­ti­sol, which allows the body to mobi­lize to fight the dan­ger. Cor­ti­sol pro­vides an increase in blood glu­cose — a source of ener­gy for the full func­tion­ing of the brain (it must imme­di­ate­ly decide on fur­ther actions) and mus­cles (to quick­ly run away from dan­ger). This is achieved by reduc­ing the sus­cep­ti­bil­i­ty of cells to insulin. What is the role of Eleuthe­ro­coc­cus in this case? It is assumed that the plant stim­u­lates the work of a spe­cial enzyme (hex­ok­i­nase), which is present in the cyto­plasm of the cells of most body tis­sues. This work con­sists in “catch­ing” glu­cose from the blood and redis­trib­ut­ing its flow in the body. Clin­i­cal tri­als have shown that in patients with dia­betes, the use of Eleuthe­ro­coc­cus can reduce blood sug­ar lev­els with­in 10–14 days. Licorice is also famous for its abil­i­ty to reduce the con­cen­tra­tion of cor­ti­sol in the blood. And there­fore Eleuthe­ro­coc­cus P and Licorice P should take a wor­thy place in the first aid kit of a per­son suf­fer­ing from dia­betes.

Herbs for dia­betes can be a reli­able help in the fight against a dead­ly dis­ease. They allow you to elim­i­nate the main symp­toms of the dis­ease, alle­vi­ate the patien­t’s con­di­tion. Their effec­tive­ness has been proven by mod­ern research and cen­turies-old prac­tice. At the same time, the com­pe­tent use of med­i­c­i­nal plants does not harm health.


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