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Diabetes Control Through the Sages

Diabetes control is found lacking due to the excessive use of sugar and the habit of not chewing food properly. Sweet foods and drinks can be taken in reasonable quantities and will not harm, if they are chewed properly in the mouth to be mixed with saliva. This habit must be formed by all persons from childhood.

Further, in the morning, instead of adding sugar to milk, make a habit of drinking it plain or add a little turmeric powder — that gives a nice flavour, aids the purification of blood and leads to healthy skin. Add turmeric powder in your Health Drinks and drink it twice a day.

Pancreas can be reactivated and this dreaded disease can be brought under control with a proper diet, less intake of sweets and acupressure treating of points No. 25 and 26. Over and above pressing acupressure points 3, 8, 25, 26, 18 and 28 if there is more sugar in the urine or blood, drink the following drink for 30 to 45 days.

  • Cut two ladies fingers (okra) lengthwise, put them in half a glass of water — keep them soaking overnight. Squeeze them and drink the water first thing in the morning. Avoid anything for 30 minutes. If you are susceptible to cold, please warm up the water before drinking.
  • Optionally drink 2 oz. of fresh juice of Coriander leaves.
  • Another remedy is to take 8/10 leaves of a mango tree, keep them for half an hour in water. Then grind these leaves and filter the juice and drink it.

These home remedies drunk with water for 45 days will achieve diabetes control. The sugar content in your blood will become normal. Patients who were not able to walk, are now able to walk 4 to 5 miles and have regained their health.

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