- These pages are intended for sufferers who have had their ailment professionally diagnosed by a qualified medical practitioner...
- These pages are intended for sufferers who have had their ailment professionally diagnosed by a qualified medical practitioner. Self Diagnosis can be extremely dangerous as many serious conditions can mimic more simple ones. If you are not satisfied with the results from one doctor, be confident and ask for a second opinion. Doctors are only human, their knowledge cannot be all-encompassing and we all make mistakes.
- Make sure you have read the pages on Aloe Vera side effects, who can use Aloe Vera and good quality Aloe Vera first.
- If you are currently on medication or undergoing medical treatment consult your doctor first.
Natural Alternative Remedy for Diabetes
The following information is for humans with Diabetes
Please note this natural remedy is for:
- An adult weighing 150 lbs (68kg) - for other weights divide as appropriate (e.g. for a 75lbs child use half the amount of this remedy).
- A person eating a healthy diet and taking regular exercise (alternative remedies are not miracle workers!)
How long will it take for Aloe Vera to work with Diabetes?
The likely outcome of using Aloe Vera is a reduction in the amount of insulin required. This may happen immediately, gradually or suddenly after a few weeks. It is essential that the sufferer has their blood-sugar content measured on a daily basis while drinking Aloe. Only use Aloe in close consultation with your GP because of this affect.
Aloe Vera Brands
People with Diabetes have told us they used the following brands of Aloe Vera and experienced benefits:
See the full results of our survey on Aloe Vera brands and Diabetes.
Articles and Studies about Aloe Vera and Diabetes
Aloe Vera: A systematic review of its clinical effectivenessPublication: British Journal of General Practice. 1999. 49, pp 823-828.
Author: Vogler B.K.; Ernst, E.
Two trials suggested that oral administration of aloe vera might be a useful adjunct for lowering blood glucose in diabetic patients (250 to 141 mg % in the treatment groups and no change in the control groups)
Author: Davis, R.H.; Leitner, M.G.; Russo, J.M.; Byrne, M.E.
Author: Koo, M.W.L.
Author: Yougchaiyudha, Rungpitarangs et. al.