Application and Uses of Gymnema sylvestre and Gymnemic acid.
- Botanical Basic Data of Gymnema Sylvestre.
- Parts used and Habitat of Gymnema sylvestre.
- Phytochemicals and Structure of Gymnema sylvestre.
- Application and Uses of Gymnema sylvestre and Gimnemic Acid.
- Gymnema:Diabetes.Lipid-lowering.Weight loss.
- Gymnema and its administration.
- Research Update:Gymnema.
Parts used and Habitat of Gymnema sylvestre.:
Gymnema (Gymnema sylvestre) is a climbing plant that grows in the tropical forests of central and southern India. The woody gymnema plant also grows in parts of Africa. Leaves of this long, slender plant have been used for more than 2,000 years in India to treat diabetes. Gymnema is also known as gurmar, gurmabooti, periploca of the woods, and meshasringi (ram's horn).
Gymnema sylvestre is a woody climbing plant that grows in the tropical forests of central and southern India. The leaves are used in herbal medicine preparations. G. sylvestre is known as periploca of the woods in English and meshasringi (meaning "ram's horn") in Sanskrit. The leaves, when chewed, interfere with the ability to taste sweetness, which explains the Hindi name gurmar:"destroyer of sugar."
Gymnema sylvestre, a family of Asclepiadaceae, is a perennial plant originated in India. In India, there is a locally descended medical science with the history of 2,000 years called "AYUL-VEDA" in which all treatments are done with natural materials. Among those materiales, Gymnema sylvestre has always been used as a herb good for diabetes treatment, and also as a diuretic, a digestive and a tonic. The word "Gymnema" is said to be derived from a Hindu word "Gurmar", a sugar destroyer, because a bite of Gymnema sylvestre makes you feel no sweet taste of sugar.
Properties: Antiperiodic, Diuretic, Stomachic
Gymnema (Gymnema sylvestre) Known in Hindi as gurmar or the "sugar destroyer", Gymnema acts as a pancreatic trophorestorative by focusing on the Beta cells and the release of insulin. It seems to act by disrupting the absorption of sugar giving the Beta cells a rest. It is used for hyperglycemia, diabetes, sleep disturbance due to insulin resistance, sugar cravings and to assist weight loss by suppressing appetite. Our clients just won't stop taking this, even when their bodies no longer need it! When applied to the mouth directly in extract, it anesthetizes the sweet taste buds for several hours.
- 1.Application and Uses of Gymnema sylvestre and Gymnemic acid.
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