Herbs For Diabetes

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Cinnamon, fennegreek, thiamine, etc
have a history of lowering blood
sugars. What other herbs are there that
have been proven?

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David Says:

Some of the most commonly used dried herbs and spices can help block the inflammation that is believed to drive diabetes and other chronic diseases. Ground clove has the most inflammation-calming polyphenols (even higher than cinnamon).

I think the below link will be of significant help in naturally controlling diabetes:

There is a list of many spices and herbs and everyday food that is proven to help lower blood sugar.

If you have any other questions or concerns, please post back and I will be happy to assist you.

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huggles Says:

i went to the mothernature site, it wont work or let me in.. and i am very ill with diabetes so plz i wish to know what herbs i can take that can safely lower my blood sugars. ty ty so much..

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