*शुगर* *का* *इलाज"*

Dr. Priti Dave - Chief Dietitian, Sterling Hospital - Rajkot.

१- *लहसुन* *छिला हुआ *25gm*
२- *अदरक* (ताज़ा) *50 gm*
३- *पुदीना* fresh *50gm*
४- *अनारदाना* *खट्टा* *50gm*

इन चारों चीज़ों को पीस कर चटनी बना लें। और सुबह, दोपहर और शाम को एक-एक चम्मच खा लें।
पुरानी से पुरानी शुगर, यहाँ तक कि शुगर की वजह से जिस मरीज़ के जिस्म के किसी हिस्से को काटने की सलाह भी दी गयी हो तब भी ये चटनी बहुत फायदेमंद इलाज है।
अगर हो सके तो इसे आगे भी फॉरवर्ड कर दें। क्या पता किसी ज़रूरतमंद को वक़्त पर मिल जाये।
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I repeat, protest and STRONGLY recommend against any suggestions of treatments concerning health of individuals- whether herbal, exercise or otherwise UNLESS same is Personally confirmed by one who suggests that and is prepared for legal action for adverse results. more  
Practically i am not convinced that this chatni is for diabetics patients ,I think it is difficult to digest that this kind of recepie cure diabetic . more  
Dear Mr Pritam, Please translate your text in to English. It will be very useful. more  
With due respects to all, I think the public should not be informed of recipes of medical treatments (even herbal why propose*) UNLESS these are suggested by qualified EXPERTS. Those who are not experts but have personal experience should mention that. *Simple forwards can lead to unknown harms including herbals in some cases. Ms'?' (MANGO PROMOTOR) has not replied to queries on her recommendation to Diabetic patients. Imagine the harm mangoes may cause to them. BETTER DO NOT PROJECT YOURSELF THAN TO CAUSE ANY LIKELY HARM OR FRUITLESS EFFORTS BY THOSE WHO TAKE UP SUCH RECOMMENDATIONS. Please take this in right spirit. DHANYAVAD more  
I am just informing that there is no Dr. Dave in the Hospital, who prescribed this chatni for curing Diabetes. As such, there is no harm in eating this chatni. more  
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