Nettles for Diabetes
It is a perennial plant. Nettle leaves contain vitamin C, carotene, chlorophyll and organic acids. From the albumin content, nettle belongs to plants with high nitrogen content, such as peas, beans, beans, which have earned the name “vegetable meat”. Nettle can be used against colds, for the discharge of urine, as a stool softener and to clear phlegm. From scientific research, it has been established that chlorophyll has stimulating and tonalizing activity, strengthens the basic exchange, increases the tone of the respiratory center, the cardiovascular-vascular system of the intestines and vagina, the system of granulation and epithelization of damaged cells.
It has been proven experimentally that nettle is capable of renewing hemoglobin and increasing the amount of erythrocytes as much as iron preparations.
Nettle can be used as an antidiabetic substance thanks to the presence of secretin, which stimulates the creation of insulin.
In folk medicine, nettle tea, fresh juice, dried leaf powder are used as a means of stopping the flow of blood in the vagina, lungs, kidneys, intestines, hemorrhoids. They are also used for arteriosclerosis, anemia, kidney pain, for dysentery, for lung tuberculosis, for respiratory diseases, for constipation, for severe and chronic colitis, for epilepsy, paralysis, for cases of ulcerative, stomach and intestinal diseases. thick as well as for rheumatism.
Nettle juice improves food digestion, activates the kidneys to discharge urine. Especially effective is the spring cure with nettle flower juice. It is used by one tablespoon three times a day. Nettle is prohibited in cases of increased blood coagulation, as well as when there are vaginal blisters, diseases that require surgical intervention. Special care should be taken in patients with kidney disease. Nettle leaves are very useful for lowering blood sugar. They are used in the form of teas, liquids held in alcohol and in powder form from dried leaves.
Take a tablespoon of crushed dried nettles, mix with a glass of yogurt, preferably skimmed, and drink before bed for cases of diabetes. Another tea recipe is obtained by taking 1 spoonful of dried and crushed nettle leaves, put it in a thermos in 1 glass of boiling water, leave it for 1 hour, drink it during the day before meals, dividing it into 5 portions.
The juice of the nettle leaves improves the work of the gland under the stomach, thanks to the presence of secretin active substances in the leaves and, of course, is useful for cases of diabetes.
The kept juice is also used for gastritis, neurasthenia, hysteria, epilepsy, short and sudden tremors, for metabolic disorders, etc.
Take 3 tablespoons of crushed leaves and put them in a thermos with a glass of boiling water. Let it stand for 5-15 minutes, drink 2 tablespoons 3 times a day to increase resistance, to prevent the formation of stones. This liquid kept according to this recipe is used to cure lung tuberculosis, bronchitis and purify the blood.
Boiled nettle juice can also be used for allergies. Take 3 tablespoons of dried and crushed nettle leaves and put them in a glass of boiling water, heat in a water bath, let it drain and drink 1 tablespoon 3 times a day before meals. Nettle juice lowers blood sugar, so drink 1 tablespoon 4 times a day before meals. Nettle root juice is used for kidney and stomach diseases, in cases of epilepsy, hysteria, paralysis and as a blood purifier.
Take 1 teaspoon of crushed nettle roots, pour a glass of water, boil for 2 minutes, let it stand for 1 hour, drink 1/4 cup 4 times a day before meals.
Maize for Diabetes
Common corn is a plant with a height of 1-3 m. For medicinal purposes, the corn cob is used in its upper part where the flowers that are collected during the milky period of cob maturity are tied.
Corn kernels contain starch, albumin 15 percent, fat 7 percent, carotene, vitamins B1, B2, B6, B12, C, D, E, H, K, P, PP, pantothenol acid, potassium mineral salts, phosphorus, iron, copper, nickel, gold. The upper part of the corn plant and the cane-like trunk contain large amounts of vitamin K, saponin, essential oils, vitamins B, E, C, P. The oil is particularly rich in vitamin E. 100 grams of corn oil contain 80 g of unsaturated fatty acids and phosphatites. These acids together with cholesterol form soluble compounds, which are easily removed from the body, which prevents the development of arteriosclerosis.
Liloleic acid inhibits the formation of blood clots. Phosphates reduce the cholesterol content, raise the tone of the urinary bladder, regulate the work of the central nervous system, stimulate the functioning of the brain. Corn preparations have the quality of destroying urine jaundice.
Corn whiskers with milk, boiled cobs, mutton with cheese and spices are very nutritious and quite effective against cystitis and kidney stones. Put the juice of crushed corn plant tops in a thermos with a glass of boiling water, leave for 30 minutes, take ¼ cup 4 times a day, 2 hours after meals.
Juice improves food digestion, promotes weight loss, calms the nervous system, lowers blood pressure. The juice of the above-described corn tips is taken 4 times a day by ¼ glass for a month. This will cause the blood sugar level to drop.
Another way to avoid excess sugar is corn syrup. It is prepared from corn cobs in the period of maturity which is called milky. Boil them together with the corn leaves and the above-described tips of the corn plant. One glass is taken three times a day when the digestion of food is irregular, when we have disorders of the nervous system, epilepsy, diseases of the sub-stomach gland, diabetes.
Corn oil is used to treat arteriosclerosis, digestive disorders and liver diseases. It has good healing properties. It has a lot of vitamin E. Daily use of 1 tablespoon of corn oil after meals improves general condition and sleep. Taking 1 tablespoon of corn oil 1-2 times a day helps to cure obesity, diabetes, liver disease.