Giloy is very beneficial not only for fever and cold-cough, but also for jaundice patients. Experts of Ayurveda believe that drinking the juice of Giloy leaves has given relief to the patients of jaundice and also reduces the fever and pain caused by it.
Giloy is called Amrita in Ayurveda and has been used for centuries to cure fever, cold, cough etc. As far as the popularity of Giloy among the common people is concerned, Corona has made it popular from house to house and now people are consuming Giloy decoction, juice and pills to boost immunity. Come, know what are the other benefits of Giloy.
According to Ayurveda experts, the leaves of Giloy, which look like betel leaves, are rich in calcium, protein, phosphorus. Whereas there is an excess of starch in its stem. According to Ayurveda experts, along with increasing immunity, Giloy also protects against many diseases.
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Increases the power to fight diseases
Amrita i.e. Giloy is known to increase immunity, that is why the demand for Giloy has increased a lot during the Corona period. According to experts, it protects the body from diseases caused by viruses and is also effective in protecting against colds and colds because its effect is very hot. It is also advised to consume it in fever.
Increases blood platelets
Due to dengue, blood platelets start decreasing rapidly, in such a situation, Ayurveda experts recommend patients to consume Giloy, as it increases platelets rapidly. After cleaning the green stem of Giloy, it is boiled in water for about half an hour and when the color of the water becomes green, filter this water and give it to the patient. Actually, Giloy has antipyretic element which is very beneficial for dengue patients and it also increases immunity, due to which the patient recovers quickly.
beneficial in jaundice
Giloy is very beneficial not only for fever and cold and cough, but also for jaundice patients. Experts of Ayurveda believe that drinking the juice of Giloy leaves has given relief to the patients of jaundice and also reduces the fever and pain caused by it.
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If you are often troubled by stomach related diseases, then consuming Giloy can be beneficial for you, because its regular consumption gives relief from problems like constipation and gas and the digestive system works properly.
beneficial in anemia
According to Ayurveda experts, people who have anemia should also consume Giloy, because Giloy is high in glucoside and tinosporin, palmerin and tinosporic acid, which is helpful in removing anemia in the body.
Who should not consume Giloy?
There is no doubt that Giloy is very beneficial, but like everything else, it can also have some side effects. Therefore some people should not consume it under special circumstances. Actually, its effect is very hot, so pregnant women should not consume Giloy even by mistake, nor should it be given to children below 5 years of age. Apart from this, people who have low blood sugar level, they should also avoid its consumption, because Giloy can further reduce blood sugar level. People who have weak digestion also need to avoid consuming Giloy.
In what quantity is it right to consume?
The amount of Giloy that is safe depends on the health conditions of the person consuming it. Consult Ayurveda experts to know the right amount and take its dosage as per their instructions.
– Kanchan Singh
Disclaimer: The suggestions in this article are for general information only. Do not take these tips and information as the advice of a doctor or medical professional. In case of symptoms of any disease, consult a doctor.