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Benefits of Mango Leaves And Its Side Effects

Mango Leaves Nutritional Value Health Benefits Uses Side Effects Cultivation
Benefits of Mango Leaves And Its Side Effects

The benefits of mango leaves are unknown to many but it has a myriad of health benefits that we are absolutely foolish to ignore. It treats or regulates many of the contemporary health problems and lifestyle diseases.

It is known to regulate diabetes and lower blood pressure. It treats dysentery and is good for the gut overall. Respiratory problems can be cured by mango leaves. Restlessness is a condition that is irritating and creates a lot of problems. Mango leaves can effectively fight restlessness. It can also heal burns and is a good remedy of ear aches.

Mango Leaves

Whenever it comes to mangoes, we never consider beyond the fruit. We are so obsessed with the fruit that we miss out on the health benefits provided by mango leaves. Mango leaves are fleshy and shiny with a sharp tip.

The leaves can be consumed in two ways, either in powdered form or as a concoction made by boiling the leaves in water. The leaves are rich in anti-oxidant properties. Apart from being useful in medicine, it can also be utilised in the culinary field as can been seen by the fact that mango leaves are cooked and eaten in South East Asia.

Nutritional Value of Mango Leaves

Mango leaves are rich in vitamins C,B and A. They are also rich in flavonoids and phenol which impart anti-oxidant properties to the leaves.

Health Benefits of Mango Leaves

Health Benefits of Mango Leaves
Mentioned below are the best health benefits of Mango Leaves

Regulates diabetes

The tender leaves of mango may contain tannins and anthocyanins that is effective in treating diabetes in its early stages. Not only that, it also helps to treat diabetic angiopathy and diabetic retinopathy.

The leaves contain a compound called taraxerol 3-beta and ethyl acetate extract that stimulates the synthesis of glycogen. The leaves can be consumed in powdered form or in an infusion.

To alleviate the symptoms of diabetes, soak the leaves in water overnight then strain the leaves and drink the water. The leaves can also be used to treat hyperglycemia.

Lowers blood pressure and risk of hypertension

Mango leaves have hypotensive properties which means they can help lower blood pressure They help in strengthening the blood vessels and treating the problems of the varicose veins. Mango leaves tea can help treat hypertension. It strengthens the fragile blood vessels that can cause hypertension.

Dissolve gall and kidney stones

Mango leaves help dissolve gall and kidney stones. Dry the mango leaves in the shade and grind it into fine powder. Mix the powder with water and rest it overnight. Drink this mixture daily to dissolve kidney stones.

Treats restlessness

Anxiety has unfortunately become one of the most common ailments that affect the youth. Anxiety brings about restlessness which is annoying both to people who are suffering from it and people who surround them. Mango leaves provide a good home remedy for restlessness. Adding 2-3 cups of mango leaves tea to bath water relieves restlessness.

Cures respiratory problems

Mango leaves are good for all kinds of respiratory problems. It is especially useful for people suffering from cold, bronchitis and asthma. Respiratory problems cause a huge to everyday life and so steps must be taken to eradicate it. Boil mango leaves and add honey to it to make a concoction. Drinking this concoction cures cough.

Cures dysentery

Mango leaves are very helpful in treating bleeding dysentery. The leaves should be powdered after drying them in the shade. Mix that with water and consume the concoction 2-3 times a day to stop dysentery.

Provides relief from ear aches

Ear aches are very painful and irritating. It is mainly caused by impacted ear wax, water in the ear canals or infection. A teaspoon of juice extracted from the leaves can be used as ear drops to provide relief from the pain. Heat the juice slightly before using. This is a completely natural remedy to ear aches and so it has no side effects. Also it is simple enough to be able to do it by yourself at home.

Heal burns

Burns are extremely painful. Scalding and burning are common to people to cook on a daily basis. They get scalded by tiny drops of hot oil or by accidentally touching the utensils kept on a burning stove. Burn mango leaves to get a handful of ash. Apply this ash on the affected area and experience instant relief.

Cures hiccups

Hiccups are very annoying. You cannot concentrate on other things while you are having hiccups. Also hiccups crop up anytime and anywhere. What is worse is that there is no medicine to stop hiccups or so we thought. Inhaling the smoke of burning mango leaves not only cures hiccups but also other throat problems.

Prevents various stomach ailments

Stomach ailments are common in our daily lives. It can be both trivial or serious. Nonetheless, it is important that we keep our intestines healthy since a healthy stomach is quintessential in a healthy lifestyle. Soak mango leaves in warm water overnight. Strain the water and consume it every day on an empty stomach. This infusion acts as a stomach tonic and prevents many stomach illnesses.

Uses of Mango Leaves

Apart from the myriad of health benefis that mango leaves have, it can also be dried and brewed to make tea.

Side Effects and Allergies of Mango Leaves

There is no such noted adverse effects of using Mango Leaves

Cultivation of Mango Leaves

Historians have suggested that mango originated from a large area including North-western Myanmar, Bnagladesh and North-eastern India. Accounts of earlier historians and travellers might suggest that mango originated in India and then spread to south East Asia and rest of the world but taxonomic and recent molecular evidence has negated that premise. Mango trees grow best in tropical nd sub-tropical climates.

Popular Questions & Answers

Please doctor can I use boil mango leaves to reduce or lower blood sugar level to normal?

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
You can use boil mango leaves but not sure or medically proven to reduce or lower blood sugar level

Hi Sir, I am having a severe infection in my ear and due to this my ear is continuously discharging. I am taking augmentin 625 mg with novidate 500 mg after every 12 hours and when I take these medicine, I get a severe headache that I can't bear. So what I need to do for this case, so I can get rid of these problems.

M.D. HERBAL
Alternative Medicine Specialist, Dehradun
Don't advise medicine, take sky fruit, cow urine caps, org wheat grass powder, seabuckthorn juice, drink 30 ml extra virgin coconut oil, put juice of mango leaves 2-3 droops in both ears twice, may contact for any assistance.
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My father is a sugar patient. His age is 60 How to control sugar He is so weak from few weeks. What is best fruit for him and is pomegranate good for him. Give me suggestion.

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Internal Medicine Specialist, Kendujhar
Hello, Thanks for your query on Lybrate "As"per your clinical history is concerned please follow like this - 1)Take regular medication as per your treating doctor's advice 2)Drink some bitter gourd juice on an empty stomach each morning. First rem...
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What is the solution of the diabetes. Plzzz answer me urgently I'm waiting for your reply.

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Hello, Diabetes can never go away, it had to be managed. Cut down on refined products. Exercise regularly. Excess sugar and salt to be avoided. Have good amounts of fresh fruits and vegetables.

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