Scientific Jamu to Control Diabetes

"Food of any kinds and tastes are abundant for us to enjoy this day. And that presents real challenges. If we have no strong control over our appetites, this can lead to bad effects on health, one of them is diabetes"

Published by : Kurnia HD  -  22/06/2020 11:15 WIB

3 Minutes read.

Diabetes refers to a condition of body with abnormally high levels of glucose or sugar. The excess part of the sugar will be excreted from the body through urine.

There are several symptoms of diabetes, including frequent thirst, frequent urination (it could be every hour), lethargy and lack of energy, frequent infections, dry mouth, itchy skin, and wounds that are difficult to heal. In addition, people with diabetes usually often experience leg pain, blurred vision, skin problems, swollen gums, hungry quickly, and drastic weight loss.

Then how do we treat diabetes? Up to this time, there is no positive statements from the experts that diabetes can be cured. Even so, diabetes can be managed so that blood sugar levels can be in normal conditions. How to control blood sugar so that it is normal and stable? You can do it by controlling your diet, exercising diligently, and regularly checking blood sugar levels.

n addition, there are also several types of drugs that doctors usually prescribe to keep blood sugar levels in check. You can also choose to consume jamu made from natural ingredients. For the purposes, B2P2TOOT has issued a scientific jamu for diabetes that has been scientifically tested. For those of you who want to try the scientific jamu, here is the recipe.


  • 5 g Bay leaves
  • 5 g sambiloto/ bitter leaves (Andrographis paniculate)
  • 7 g Cinnamon bark
  • 10 g Temulawak/Java ginger (Curcuma zanthorrhiza)
  • 800 ml of water

How to make:

  1. Boil water in a stainless container.
  2. Put in all the ingredients. Wait up to 15 minutes.
  3. Remove and cool to room temperature.
  4. Strain into a glass.
  5. Drink 2 times a day.



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