Treatment of diabetes mellitus by black cumin, cumin oil

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Cumin treatment in diabetes mellitusCumin is a plant which is able to decrease blood sugar level significantly in case of presence of diabetes mellitus. The American scientists say that process of blood sugar level decrease in result of black cumin oil treatment happens due to recovery of immune system. Here are few recipes that use this miraculous plant in treatment of diabetes mellitus:

• A glass of cumin, a glass of flower cress, half of pomegranate peels should be crushed and mixed thoroughly. This mix should be kept in a fridge. One spoon of the mix must be taken daily on an empty stomach by patient (fasten state);

• A glass of cumin seeds, a glass of cress, peels of pomegranate (1.5 glass). After that patient should chop mix into state of powder. It must be taken before the breakfast during one month. In this case average dose consists of one teaspoon of the powder and one teaspoon of cumin oil.

• It is possible to intake cumin oil three times during the day. The dose is 25 drops. The duration of treatment course is at least 4 weeks.

• The ancient Arab recipe of remedy, which can reduce the blood sugar level effectively, has the following ingredients: cumin seeds, inula root, Syrian Oregon, pomegranate peels. All those must be mixed and kept in the fridge. One spoon of this mixture must be taken by patient 15 minutes before meals.

Black cumin in treatment of diabetes mellitusPatient should consult with the attending doctor prior to consume black cumin in case of diabetes mellitus and his blood sugar level must be monitored constantly. This indicator may go down very much and lead to unpredictable consequences.

Different nations give different names to black cumin - black coriander, fennelflower etc. Chemical composition of this plant contains more than 100 components, among which there are unknown ones. It is planted in many countries of the World, but the most of all it is grown in Saudi Arabia and India.