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Unbelievable Skin And Health Benefits Of Mango Leaves


Are Mango Leaves Edible?

Yes, the fresh mango leaves are surely edible. The tender mango leaves are often used for cooking a number of dishes and eaten too. They provide health benefits in a number of ways, yet they can be allergic to some people, particularly, to those who are allergic to mangoes.

Treats And Heals Burns

To treat burns on the skin and scalds, burn a handful of mango leaves. Apply the ash to the affected area for relief. This unbelievably soothes the skin and brings instant relief.

Blood Pressure & Anxiety

There are millions of people affected by high blood pressure every year and one in every three adults does not have their blood pressure in control

For people suffering from restlessness due to anxiety, the mango leaves can be a good home remedy. Add few mango leaves to your bath water. This helps in relaxing and refreshing your body.

Mango leaves have compounds that give a calming effect on the nervous system and reduces anxiety and restlessness.

You can add two to three cups of mango tea to water for bathing and feel your senses rejuvenate.

Cures Diabetes

This might sound extremely fictional to you, but yea! Mango leaves cure diabetes.

Several studies have been linked to the lowering of blood sugar among obese adults. Other studies also indicate effective blood sugar management as well as glycemic control with mango consumption.

The tender leaves of the mango tree contain tannins known as anthocyanidins, which help in treating early stages of diabetes. The leaves are dried and powdered and used as an infusion to treat diabetes. It can also be used for treating angiopathy and diabetic retinopathy.

Soak the leaves in a cup of water overnight. Strain and drink the mixture to help relieve the symptoms of diabetes. It can also help in treating hyperglycemia. 

The leaves also contain a compound known as 3beta-taraxerol and ethyl acetate extract, which are mixed with insulin to activate GLUT4 and stimulate the synthesis of glycogen.


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