Emphasis on more research and testing related to medicinal plants to deal with diabetes, this was said in the research
There are at least 400 medicinal plants that may help lower blood sugar levels, but a team of researchers says only 21 of them have been extensively studied.
New drugs can be designed to deal with diabetes in a modern way
The researchers, in their study titled ‘Treatment in nature’s lap: use of herbal products in the management of hyperglycemia’, also noted that “many allopathic drugs (to combat diabetes) have herbal origins”. Evidence-based testing of products “may lead to the development of new drugs to combat diabetes in a cutting-edge way.” This research done by the researchers of Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Health Education and Research-Puducherry and All India Institute of Medical Sciences-Kalyani has recently been published in ‘World Journal of Diabetes’.
This thing said in the research
The research states, “There are at least 400 medicinal plants in nature that may be effective in lowering blood sugar levels. These plants are essential for controlling type-2 diabetes.” According to the research, “So far, only 21 medicinal plants have been studied, including Vijaysar, Jamun, Jeera, Daruharidra, Bottle Gourd, Bael, Fenugreek, Neem, Amla and Turmeric. These have been found helpful in dealing with the problem of diabetes.