Have you ever heard of giloy? Giloy is a plant of Indian origin with extraordinary healing powers!
In today’s video you’ll learn the benefits of this amazing plant, the nectar of life. In India, this plant is recommended by the Ministry of Health because it’s considered safe and can cure various diseases.
Its healing power is so great that traditional medicine, such as Ayurvedic and Chinese, make medicines based on this plant. Incredible, isn’t it?
It’s also called Giloy, Giloe, Guduchi, Amrita and Amrutha balli. Its scientific name is Tinospora cordifolia. Now let’s learn more about its health benefits:
Helps with arthritis
Giloy helps relieve joint pain and inflammation associated with arthritis because it acts on joint inflammation.
Strengthens the immune system
It strengthens and boosts the immune system, preventing allergies, colds and infections in general, and fights viruses, bacteria and other pathogens.
Giloy lowers blood sugar and makes cells less resistant to insulin.
This creeper improves bone matrix mineralization, preventing and treating osteoporosis.
Prevents the risk of heart disease
The berberine contained in Giloy also reduces LDL (bad) cholesterol and lowers blood pressure, preventing the onset or development of heart disease.
It’s good for liver health
Giloy is an effective hepatoprotectant because it promotes liver regeneration and helps the liver detoxify toxic waste products from the body.
Protects the cells of the body
Thanks to its antioxidant properties, Giloy protects the body’s cells from free radicals and oxidative damage, preventing the development of cancer and fighting the development of this disease.
It’s good for the enzymatic system of brain tissue and preserves dopaminergic neurons. In addition, it contributes to learning and memory.
Prevention and treatment of respiratory diseases
This plant is traditionally used to treat diseases such as bronchitis, colds, sore throats and chronic coughs. This medicinal benefit is due to its powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that help soothe the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract.
According to clinical studies, the proper dosage is 300 mg of the stem extract of this plant, which can be taken three times a day for up to 8 weeks.
You can find it in herbal pharmacies and online stores. It should be noted that people with autoimmune diseases, diabetics, pregnant women and nursing mothers should avoid taking it, as powerful and healthy as it’s.
If in doubt, talk to your doctor first.