In traditional medicine, fig leaves are used for their particular ability to regulate blood glucose and triglyceride levels, a characteristic which makes them interesting to those people with overweight and diabetes problems.
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When we think about fig, we immediately picture the image of sweet and delicious fruits. Few people know that the leaves of this plant are edible and rich in healthy properties for the body.
In traditional medicine, fig leaves are used for their particular ability to regulate blood glucose (glycemia) and triglyceride levels, a characteristic which makes them especially interesting for those with overweight and diabetes problems.
For more information on the properties of fig leaves, you can consult the research published on Pubmed.
Infusion. Use a teaspoon of fig leaves for a cup of water. Put the leaves in boiling water for 10 minutes.
Then filter and drink the warm herbal tea. If you want you can also drink it cold or lukewarm during the day, keeping it in a thermos.
Drink 2 to 4 cups a day.
Do not exceed the maximum recommended dose. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool and dry place./p>