INSULIN PLANT

Insulin plant (COSTUS IGNEUS (OR )COSTUS PICTUS) is a relatively new entrant to Kerala and India. The plant is a late entrant to Kerala Ayurvedic medicinal herb scene mostly from USA. Insulin plant has not got a Malayalam name yet, except the occasional use of insulin chedy or insulin chedi, where chedy means a plant. The catchphrase of this plant is a leaf a day keeps diabetes away
The plant is characterized by large fleshy looking leaves. It grows very quickly. Propagation is by stem cutting. It grows in slightly shady areas.
Diabetes patients are advised to chew down a leaf in the morning and one in the evening for a month. Allopathic doctors too recommend it and it is found to be effective in bringing blood sugar levels under completely under control. There is also dried and ground powder of the leaves now available in the market.
Costus ingneus belongs to the family zingiberaceae.
(Origin -Florida, USA)
A Magic Cure for Diabetes as never before with proven effects.
Santhimadom Agro Farm has secured these plants from the U.S.A and they are being multiplied using stem cuttings.
Dosage for diabetes patients
1. The patient has to take two leaves per day in the morning and evening and in the evenings for one week. The leaves must be chewed well before swallowing.
2. After one week the patient should take one leaf each in the morning and evening.
3. This dosage should be continued for 30 days.
This medicine is being increasingly prescribed by doctors. In 90 % of the cases diabetes has been found to be curable using this medicine. Just try it for yourself.

Courtesy to mooligaivazam-kuppusamy.blogspot.in

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