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Gymnema sylvestre, Gurmar, Bedki Cha Pala - Plant

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Gymnema sylvestre, Gurmar, Bedki Cha Pala - Plant

Common Name - Gudmar (Gurmar) Plant, Madhunashini

Scientific Name - Gymnema Sylvestre

Description 

Madhunashini is a climbing plant, producing stems up to 3 meters long. The leaves are green; the stems are hairy and light brown. The leaves are 2- 6 cm in length and 1 - 4 cm in width and are simple, petiolate, and opposite, with an acute apex and reticulate venation. They are pubescent on both surfaces. They have a characteristic odor; the taste is slightly bitter and astringent. The leaves also possess the remarkable ability to inhibit the perception of sweet tastes for a few hours. Flowers are pale yellow, bell-shaped. Corona is single, with 5 fleshy scales. The stems scramble over the ground, climbing into the surrounding vegetation. Gudmar is a well-known Ayurvedic herb with a very good reputation in the treatment of diabetes. It is used particularly to reduce sugar levels in the blood and urine and is also used as a green vegetable.


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Plant care & instruction

                   Although each type of herb has its own growing requirements, most herbs are unfussy plants. They prefer full sun and prosper in good, moderately fertile soil. And most require that the soil be well-drained. Water the plants every day and keep the soil moist. Make sure excess water is drained out. Trim the plants in the summers to keep them in good shape. You can keep the herbs on a kitchen windowsill provided you are getting good sunlight there. Potted herb plants are sensitive to the sun and naturally grow towards the source of sunlight. They might start to lean after some time so make sure to rotate the pot in different directions.

Light - The plant needs outdoor sunlight.

Place - You can Place the herbs on kitchen windows or anywhere so that they can get good sunlight.

Water - Watering the plant every day keep the soil moist through excess water must be drained out

Fertilizer - FYM is mixed with the soil as a basal application at the time of land preparation. The field should be plowed to turn the soil and make it weed-free.

Temperature - 77º–95ºF

Special Features            

             Reduces symptoms of diabetes. Reduces blood glucose (sugar) levels. Reduces glycated hemoglobin. Improves in lipid (fat) levels.