A Natural Diabetes Treatment That Works!

Amla fruit, aka Indian/Nepalese Gooseberries (Emblica Officinalis)

Scientists have verified an effective treatment for diabetes, and it’s not some new fangled, FDA approved until it kills more people than they can ignore, pharmaceutical drug. No. This safe and effective treatment for diabetes is called Nepalese/Indian gooseberry, known in Ayurvedic medicine as Amla (Emblica officinalis).

Amla is an edible fruit grown on a deciduous tree of the same name. It’s used as both a food and medicine in India and other parts of Southeast Asia, where the traditional healing system called ‘Ayurveda’ was born, approximately 3,500 years ago. For those who have been seeking an alternative to diabetes medications and their side-effects, this may be the treatment solution you’ve been searching for. …

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9 thoughts on “A Natural Diabetes Treatment That Works!”

  1. I don’t think it sounds like a cure since you never mention that you can discontinue consumption and the blood sugar does not again return to diabetic patterns…maybe it is just a treatment instead?

    1. Thank you! Yes, Amla is also used to improve hair health. I may write a post about it in the near future. Amla is good for treating many conditions and improving overall health. I could write a book about it, but I think I’ll take it one post at a time. 😉

  2. Your article is really very helpful for me. Thank you so much for sharing. I am using an ayurvedic medicine i.e. Hyponidd Tablet for long time and it gives good result. I would recommend it to all those who are suffering from this disease.

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