Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Aloe Vera Investigated As Alternative Medicine Diabetes

A pooled analysis of nine studies examined the effects of consuming aloe vera in people with diabetes and pre-diabetes, shows that these herbs can be a treatment option.

Diabetes is a lifelong condition in which blood sugar is too high and if left untreated, can lead to organ damage. There are 382 million people worldwide are living with diabetes, and most cases are people with type 2 diabetes.

Quoted from Express, Research conducted by Medical Centre David Grant USAF at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield California and the findings published in The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, showed diabetics who fasted blood glucose above 200 mg / dl may be able to profit of treatment with consuming aloe vera.

Aloe vera is a popular drug used by people of China, Egypt, Greece, India, Mexico Japan for thousands of years. Even recently aloe vera can be used as a drug to treat seborrheic dermatitis skin, psoriasis vulgarise, genital herpes, and as a laxative.

Studies while stating that aloe vera can be used as a remedy for a variety of chronic diseases such as asthma, glaucoma, high blood pressure and inflammatory bowel disease. The effect is to lower blood glucose is high, it makes researchers decided to analyze it.

The team of David Grant USAF Medical Center to analyze and search for studies on the effects of consuming aloe vera in fasting blood glucose, hemoglobin A1c, a test of glucose consumption, and a number of other steps in the pre-diabetic and diabetic populations.

They found only nine studies had data suitable for meta-analysis, blood glucose and hemoglobin alone.

The researchers conducted a referral to some limitations of the data and findings such as inconsistencies in the studies used in the formulation of aloe vera so it is difficult to determine the product will be effective. Further clinical studies should be conducted to further explore these findings. This comes after a man checks for treating diabetes diet.

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