Gurmarbooti, Periploca of the woods, Meshashringi, Gymnema, Gurmari, Gemnema Gymnema, Madhunashini, Amudha Pushpam, Merasingi, Meshashringi, Madhoolika, Periploca Sylvestris, Vishani, Shardunika, Madhunashini.
Throughout India in an attitude ranging from 300-700 m – Konkan, Western Ghats and Deccan, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh. (Best source is in dry forest upto 600m).
Gymnema Sylvestre, whose Sanskrit name is “Gurmar”, literally means “Sweet taste Destroyer”. It has been used safely for centuries in Ayurveda (Indian herbal system) as part of the daily diet to help maintain healthy pancreatic function. Saves the body from the harmful effects.
Due to its hot potency it helps to balance the Vata (Air) & Kapha (Water). If one eats some leaves of Gurmar it has the ability to stop the sense of sweet taste of tongue for some time. It is also said that it is a pungent rejuvenating herb. It has been used safely for centuries in ayurveda as part of daily diet.
Due to its bitter taste it helps as a regular diet plan for sugar intake.
It helps to maintain the metabolic activities of liver, kidney and spleen. And pancreas tonic
Serving Size: Take 5 gms (One-third to half tea-spoon) 2 times a day Gurmar Powder with water 1 hrs before meals. Take the first dose before breakfast. If you are mixing with other herbs, use Gurmar proportionately or consult your healthcare provider.
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