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How To Use Aloe In Diabetes

Diabetes–too much sugar, or glucose, in the blood–is caused by your body’s inability to regulate insulin. According to the Mayo Clinic website, having diabetes doubles your risk of having a heart attack or stroke, and can cause nerve damage, circulatory problems, slow healing, blindness and increased risk of infection. The aloe vera plant has been used for thousands of years to treat wounds and burns, and some evidence suggests it can lower blood sugar levels as well. If you are interested in trying aloe to alleviate your symptoms of diabetes, your doctor can advise you whether or not you are a good candidate for this complementary treatment.

Step 1

Take a tablespoonful of aloe juice twice a day to help regularize insulin flow and lower blood glucose levels naturally. According to the Herb Companion website, a 1995 clinical study showed that 39 diabetic patients who took this dosage of aloe juice for two weeks experienced significant drops in blood sugar.

Step 2

Take a tablespoonful of aloe vera juice twice a day to open constricted blood vessels and facilitate the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to your bloodstream, and to combat the vascular disease that can accompany diabetes. According to the Common Sense Health website, the mannose in aloe vera opens blood vessels and frees up blood flow.

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