How to Use Bay Leaves to Treat Diabetes

How to Use Bay Leaves to Treat Diabetes

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How to Use Bay Leaves to Treat Diabetes.
Why Do Bay Leaves Help Control Diabetes?
Bay leaves belong to the Lauraceae family. They’re widely used as condiments and also due to their medicinal properties. They’re known for their antioxidant properties, which can reduce the side effects of type 2 diabetes. Consuming them decreases cell deterioration since they put a break on free radicals. In addition, bay leaves help the pancreas function normally. This helps lower blood sugar levels.

How to Make Bay Leaves to Treat Diabetes?

Bay leaves have many properties. They stimulate the digestive system, regulate periods, and are antispasmodic, expectorant, anti-rheumatic, and diuretic.

For the treatment of type 2 diabetes, bay leaves can be taken as a tea. This is one of many ways to reap its benefits. Follow the instructions below to make it:

Ingredients.

4 cups of water (1 liter).
1 tablespoon of fresh bay leaves (15 g).
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