Cap-Meshashringi (Invaluable for diabetics) :
Description : The leaves of Meshashringi when chewed, destroys the tongue's ability to appreciate the taste of sugar and all saccharine substances. Gymnema sylvestre, the Latin name for the herb, is a woody climber. The leaf extracts contain gymnemic acid, which are known to inhibit hyperglycemia or increased blood sugar levels. The principle constituent of Meshashringi is gymnemic acid, which has antidiabetic properties. It reduces excessive blood sugar. Meshashringi has a regenerative effect on pancreatic beta cells and is insulinotropic (that which stimulates or affects the production and activity of insulin). Meshashringi helps decrease sugar cravings. It temporarily eliminates the taste buds' desire for sugar and helps neutralize excessive blood sugar.
Testimonial : The key component of Meshashringi (Gymnema sylvestre) leaves is gymnemic acid, which decreases the effect of sucrose when chewed, thus reducing the craving for sweet foods. Research shows that Meshashringi has a similar effect internally, by supporting the normal function of the specialized beta cells of the pancreas which secrete insulin and normalize blood sugar levels. it has been used in India since the sixth century BC to support normal blood sugar levels in the body. The major bioactive constituents of Meshashringi are a group of oleanane-type triterpenoid saponins known as gymnemic acids. The individual gymnemic acids include gymnemic acids I-VII, gymnemosides A-F and gymnemasaponins. Other plant constituents include flavones, anthraquinones, hentri-acontane, pentatriacontane, ?-and ?- chlorophylls, phytin, resins, d-quercitol, tartaric acid, formic acid, butyric acid, lupeol, ?-amyrin-related glycosides and stigmasterol. The active constituents combine to render the herb its therapeutic properties.
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