Google searches has shown me one post of mr.suresh Sharma of Jaipur of curing diabetes with kadamba tree leaves. Has anyone tried this remedy?
Kadamba tree curing diabetes? : Google... - Diabetes India
lord krishna is said to be suffering from D. He used to sit and play flute under the kadamb tree. Please know everything about kadamba before you try it.
suramo soni1 the tree which Mr Sharma from Jaipur is referring is not common kadamba ...
This particular variety of Kadamba sometimes develop some peculiar conical shape leaves...
It is also said...Lord Krishna use to eat butter from those conical shapes leaves of said tree....
LCHF diet again??
I came to know through Google search and also realised that mr.suresh Sharma has patented but due to his sudden death this medicine could not hit the market
he is survived by two sons.... but some other member form our forum contacted them some time ago.... but it seems they do not know anything much....
Thank you cure. I saw many interesting articles in Google search. Was wondering whether it is really true. Anyways thanks for the update.
The botanical name of tree is mitragyana pervifolia... there are many varieties of /cousins of this tree all over the world... few of them are illegal in Thailand and other south asian countries...as they are considered as narcotic...
Ok. But is this tree of any use to us ?
read here.... more...
I didn't understand the discussion in the forum message
about what soni1 ?
The link that you have given and the forum discussion.
Mitragyna parvifolia fresh leaves sap is used by the tribals in treatment of jaundice in the
Chenchus, Yerukalas, Yanadis and Sugalis of Gundur District, Andhra Pradesh . Its leaves
alleviate pain, swelling and for better healing from wounds and ulcers. M. parvifolia stem bark is
used in treatment of biliousness and muscular pains by the local inhabitant of Tumkur district,
Karnataka, India . The tribals of Sonaghati of Sonbhadra district, Uttar Pradesh to heal fever
by decoction of the M. parvifolia bark. Valaiyans tribe, population of Sirumalai hills, Madurai
district, Western Ghats, Tamil Nadu utilize stem bark of M. parvifolia for rheumatic pain. The
bark and roots used to treat fever, colic, muscular pain, burning sensation, poisoning,
gynecological disorders, cough, edema and as an aphrodisiac. The fruit juice augments the
quantities of breast milk in lactating mothers and also work as lactodepurant.
Arey bro. Hum kya janu 😊😊. I know that krishna used to sit under some kadamb tree. Well krishna used to eat cow milk curd and makhkhan. Can butter be made from kadamb leaves ? Any references?