What is the hindi name of banaba herb and Salacia oblonga?


What the is hindi name of banaba herb (botanical name Lagerstroemia Speciosa) and Salacia oblonga
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Lagerstroemia speciosa

Known by the name Banaba itself.

Lagerstroemia speciosa a member of family Lythraceae is a large deciduous tree occurring almost throughout India. Commonly known as Banaba is conventionally used
as purgative and diuretic. Used as tea for treating Diabetics
in Philippines.


Salacia Oblonga, is known as Saptarangi/Ponkoranti in India.

Salacia oblonga has a long tradition of use for thousands of years as an Indian Ayurvedic herb. A few studies have looked at the the effects of salacia oblonga in humans and the early results are promising in terms of blood sugar control. In Japan Salacia oblonga has been sold as a food supplement for several years. Salacia oblonga plant grows in limited regions of India and Sri Lanka, and it is not yet well known in the U.S.  (+ info)

What does Salacia Oblangata -the herb look like?


Salacia Oblongata is a herb used in Indian medicine to treat diabetes, and is recently the hot "natural" treatment for diabetes. But I find no information on the actual plant anywhere, it just appears in capsule form. I want to know if it is a tree or a bush or flower or seed or bark, etc. Who grows or harvests it and where is it obtained.
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http://www.tradekey.com/ks-salacia-oblangata/
scroll down & you'll see the plant on the lower right side  (+ info)

What is the Malayalam for the herb salacia oblonga?


What is the Malayalam for the herb salacia oblonga
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'ponkoraanti'  (+ info)

i have high blood sugar levels i understand which foods to avoid but what are good foods to eat?


which are good foods to eat which will help to reduce my blood sugar levels and is the herb salacia oblonga good for reducing blood sugar levels
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A diet low in saturated fat with well controlled blood glucose levels that incorporates weight control, exercise and fewer refined sugars is recommended. Controlling blood glucose levels with diet, and in some cases medication, is the key. To keep blood sugar levels under control, a diabetic diet strikes a balance among the carbohydrates, fats, and protein you take in. In addition, a 1,500-calorie diabetic diet restricts calories and fat. These fruits helps to control blood sugar, levels. Due to their law glycaemic index, they promote a gradual increase in the blood sugar level which is highly beneficial to diabetics.The two most important pieces of information on food labels for a carbohydrate-controlled diet is the serving size and grams of total carbohydrate in each serving.

Increasing the number of low glycemic index foods such as legumes, barley, pasta and whole grains (e.g., cracked wheat) in your meal plan may have real benefit in controlling blood glucose levels. Most low glycemic index foods offer more fibre and are low in fat, both of which are recommended in Health Canada's Guidelines for Healthy Eating, as well as the Canadian Diabetes Association's nutrition guidelines. The best types are wholegrain versions as they help with your diabetes control and can make you feel full for a longer period of time. Chose to spread your bread with a low fat spread or one that is based on monounsaturated fats. The brown bread or salad slows down absorption, so the body can cope with the release of glucose from the digested food.

Among the several home remedies that have proved beneficial in controlling diabetes, perhaps the most important is the use of bitter gourd. It has lately been established that bitter gourd contains a hypoglycaemic or insulin-like principle, designated as 'plantinsulin', which has been found valuable in lowering the blood and urine sugar levels.

Person suffering with diabetes should not be afraid of fresh fruits and vegetables that contain sugar and starch. Fresh fruits contain sugar fructose, which does not need insulin for its metabolism and is well tolerated by diabetics.One special health benefit of dragon fruit which has been verified by the authors of this web site is the special dragon fruit health benefit that dragon fruit helps to control of glucose blood sugar levels in type 2 diabetes (and type 1 diabetes by some reports), in addition to pitaya fruit nutrient profile being full of dietary fiber and Vitamin C. Fresh dragon fruit or dried dragon fruit both are great additions to a healthy diet.

Eat only whole foods cooked in your home - plain vegetables, fruits, meat, fish, eggs and rice. These foods are naturally gluten free and
use the same process times as for conventionally canned foods. There should be three to five servings of vegetables, two to three servings of milk, and two to four servings of fruits in your daily diet. You can take meat, poultry, and nuts two times in a day. It is recommended that a small amount of vegetable fat be used on bread, in cooking or in salad dressing. Food should be prepared using methods that are as low in fat as possible.

Phenols and polyphenols are found in a wide variety of plants; they give red wine and tea their heart-healthy boosts and are especially prominent in dark-colored fruits and vegetables.

There are no magic cures, no magic pills, natural or synthetic, just a simple remedy; control what you eat before you experience the complications associated with diabetes! By sticking to your diet, doing regular exercise and taking your medication (oral tablets or insulin injections), you will be able to control your blood glucose levels, and your weight. A well balanced diabetic diet which is tuned to your needs, will ensure that you feel well and stay healthy.

Following diabetic restrictions does not mean boring and mundane diet. Knowing what to eat and how much is the key to a healthy diabetic diet.
Visit http://diabetes-abc.blogspot.com to get free recipes for diabetic diet, meal plans, diabetic food grocery list as well as diabetic diet tips.  (+ info)

Which one of these girls names is better middle name ?


for Heliostalakti means "sun trickle"


"Persephone" (Περσεφόνη, Persephonē) is her name in the Ionic Greek.
The Homeric form of her name is Persephoneia (Περσεφονεία, Persephonēia). Other names: Persephassa (Περσεφάσσα), Persephatta (Περσεφάττα), Plato calls her Pherepapha (Φερέπαφα)
The Romans used the dialectal variant Proserpine (Προσερπινη, Proserpinē).

"Mnemosyne" (Greek Mνημοσύνη, pronounced /nɪˈmɒzɪni/ or /nɪˈmɒsəni/) (sometimes confused with Mneme or compared with Memoria) was the personification of memory in Greek mythology. This titaness was the daughter of Gaia and Uranus and the mother of the Muses by Zeus

"Amphitrite" (Ἀμφιτρίτη) (not to be confused with Aphrodite) was a sea-goddess. Under the influence of the Olympian pantheon, she became merely the consort of Poseidon, and was further diminished by poets to a symbolic representation of the sea. In Roman mythology, the consort of Neptune, a comparatively minor figure, was Salacia.Amphitrite is not fully personified in the Homeric epics: "out on the open sea, in Amphitrite's breakers" (Odyssey iii.101); she shares her Homeric epithet Halosydne ("sea-nourished") with Thetis: in some sense the sea-nymphs are doublets.

"Clytemnestra" (or Clytaemnestra) (Eng. /klaɪtəm'nɛstɹə/ Greek: Κλυταιμνήστρα Klytaimnéstra, "famed for her suitors") was the wife of Agamemnon, king of the Ancient Greek kingdom of Mycenae or Argos. In the Oresteia by Aeschylus, she was a femme fatale who murdered her husband, Agamemnon—said by Euripides to be her second husband—and his concubine Cassandra. However, in Homer's Odyssey, her role in Agamemnon's death is unclear and her character is significantly more subdued.

"Pasiphaë" (English IPA: /pəˈsɪfeɪiː/, Greek: Πασιφάη Pasipháē), "wide-shining" was the daughter of Helios, the Sun, by the eldest of the Oceanids, Perse;

"Iphigeneia" (Eng. /ɪfədʒə'naɪə/ Ἰφιγένεια, also Iphigenia) is a daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra in Greek mythology. In Attic accounts, Iphigeneia is sometimes called a daughter of Theseus and Helen raised by Agamemnon and Clytemnestra. The name means "strong-born", though more literally "born to strength".

"Phaedra"From the Greek Φαιδρα (Phaidra), derived from φαιδρος (phaidros) meaning "bright". Phaedra was the daughter of Minos and the wife of Theseus in Greek mythology. Aphrodite caused her to fall in love with her stepson Hippolytos, and after she was rejected by him she killed herself.

please do not recomment nicknames
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I wish I knew the first name. But, I like Phaedra and Clytemnestra. Do tell what you decide and the first name too if you are so inclined. Interesting choices!  (+ info)

Are these good (and healthy!) remedies?


I found some remedies that block the body from absorbing carbohydrates, there they are:

Step 1
Take one 1,500 mg white kidney bean extract capsule 30 minutes before eating a meal with carbohydrates. Phaseolus vulgaris is the active ingredient of the white kidney bean. It works by inhibiting the breakdown of carbohydrates to sugars. Carbohydrates that are not transformed into sugar will not be absorbed by your body and converted into fat.

Step 2
Take one 500 micrograms (mcg) chromium picolinate tablet once a day. This supplement can reduce your body's absorption of carbohydrates while raising your metabolism to help burn fat. Daily use of chromium picolinate will also regulate your sugar and cholesterol levels.

Step 3
Take one 500mg salacia oblonga once a day, preferably before eating breakfast. This ayurvedic herb blocks your digestive system's ability to digest and break down carbohydrates. Instead, they just get eliminated through fecal stool.

Step 4
Take one 1,000 mg garcinia herb in capsule form 30 minutes before meals daily. This ayurvedic herb prevents your body from converting carbohydrates into fat. It is an excellent supplement for weight management. In addition, this herb can help reduce your cholesterol levels and restrain your appetite.

do you think they're healthy? or at least truthful?
thank you for your answers^^
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You're right to ask if those are healthy (and truthful)... all of those can be very unhealthy depending on your situation, but they can also be very beneficial when used properly.

#1: Any carb blocker can be beneficial for limiting your intake of carbs, but if you use it for every meal, you're essentially starving yourself of all carbohydrates... not the healthiest thing, but if you choose to use moderation and limit yourself, it can help a good diet and exercise regimen.

#2: Chromium is great for blood sugar support and healthy metabolism, but it can impact insulin sensitivity which can be very dangerous for some diabetics and hypoglycemics (although it also helps quite a few of them for the same reason... sometimes too much support can be as bad as not enough support). If you have no blood sugar issues, you should be fine, but you may want to check with your doctor with such a large dose to be on the safe side.

#3: Salacia Oblonga is an Ayurvedic herb that is good for blood sugar and carbohydrate metabolism... but if you're going for 4 different carb products, this may be overkill or superfluous. What I mean is that if you're using a carb blocker, the carbs won't be metabolized and this herb won't really have much of an impact because of that. If you skipped #1, this would have more of an impact, but you're replacing one for the other. Granted, if you're using moderation and not taking #1 with every meal, this can certainly help, but may be overkill.

#4 Garcinia Cambogia is good for weight loss, but the statement you make is missing a few steps (and is along similar lines to what I listed in #3)... carbs aren't converted directly into fats, but into sugars... if the sugar isn't utilized (in exercise or whatnot), it can be stored as fat for later energy utilization. Granted, it is very good for weight management programs aside from the carb issue and helps a bit with appetite (although not a huge amount).

So again, you may not need all of these as they overlap in a few areas and some make others redundant... taking all 4 would at least be somewhat of a waste of money, but taking the proper ones you need would be your best bet. You may want to try adding one at a time to see which ones you get the best impact from to see which ones you want to keep using, too. Good luck and I hope I helped!  (+ info)

What would your new name be if…?


The names come from the Mythological option from this website: http://www.behindthename.com/random/

Your first name is your birth month:
January: Circe
February: Phaedra
March: Verdandi
April: Helene
May: Acantha
June: Adrasteia
July: Eirene
August: Idun
September: Polyhymnia
October: Papa
November: Philomela
December: Hippolyta

Your middle names are the digits of your birth date (so 14th would be 1+4):
1: Vesta
2: Kyllikki
3: Rajani
4: Morgen
5: Antiope
6: Morrigan
7: Leda
8: Shanta
9: Salacia
0: Elpis

I got this idea from a question “Rosie” made, :).
My answer:
My birthday is March 7th and so I will do 07 for the number and so mine would be
Verdandi Elpis Leda
Verdandi is actually kinda cute, Elpis and Leda are ok, and kinda cute too.
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Polyhymnia Elpis Shanta.
Wow, that's...um... interesting. My birthday is September 8th. :P  (+ info)

which one of these girls names?


"Persephone" (Περσεφόνη, Persephonē) is her name in the Ionic Greek.
The Homeric form of her name is Persephoneia (Περσεφονεία, Persephonēia). Other names: Persephassa (Περσεφάσσα), Persephatta (Περσεφάττα), Plato calls her Pherepapha (Φερέπαφα)
The Romans used the dialectal variant Proserpine (Προσερπινη, Proserpinē).

"Mnemosyne" (Greek Mνημοσύνη, pronounced /nɪˈmɒzɪni/ or /nɪˈmɒsəni/) (sometimes confused with Mneme or compared with Memoria) was the personification of memory in Greek mythology. This titaness was the daughter of Gaia and Uranus and the mother of the Muses by Zeus

"Amphitrite" (Ἀμφιτρίτη) (not to be confused with Aphrodite) was a sea-goddess. Under the influence of the Olympian pantheon, she became merely the consort of Poseidon, and was further diminished by poets to a symbolic representation of the sea. In Roman mythology, the consort of Neptune, a comparatively minor figure, was Salacia.Amphitrite is not fully personified in the Homeric epics: "out on the open sea, in Amphitrite's breakers" (Odyssey iii.101); she shares her Homeric epithet Halosydne ("sea-nourished") with Thetis: in some sense the sea-nymphs are doublets.

"Clytemnestra" (or Clytaemnestra) (Eng. /klaɪtəm'nɛstɹə/ Greek: Κλυταιμνήστρα Klytaimnéstra, "famed for her suitors") was the wife of Agamemnon, king of the Ancient Greek kingdom of Mycenae or Argos. In the Oresteia by Aeschylus, she was a femme fatale who murdered her husband, Agamemnon—said by Euripides to be her second husband—and his concubine Cassandra. However, in Homer's Odyssey, her role in Agamemnon's death is unclear and her character is significantly more subdued.

"Pasiphaë" (English IPA: /pəˈsɪfeɪiː/, Greek: Πασιφάη Pasipháē), "wide-shining" was the daughter of Helios, the Sun, by the eldest of the Oceanids, Perse;

"Iphigeneia" (Eng. /ɪfədʒə'naɪə/ Ἰφιγένεια, also Iphigenia) is a daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra in Greek mythology. In Attic accounts, Iphigeneia is sometimes called a daughter of Theseus and Helen raised by Agamemnon and Clytemnestra. The name means "strong-born", though more literally "born to strength".

"Phaedra"From the Greek Φαιδρα (Phaidra), derived from φαιδρος (phaidros) meaning "bright". Phaedra was the daughter of Minos and the wife of Theseus in Greek mythology. Aphrodite caused her to fall in love with her stepson Hippolytos, and after she was rejected by him she killed herself.

please do not recomment nicknames
H H mama to one, due w/ #2 feb: names like those arent for illeterate people like you you should stay at your ridicusly trashy misspelled and made up names
They arent in States thanks god but in Europe were people know how to pronounce names
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Mnemosyne. Unique, very. And very beautiful.  (+ info)

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