The medicinal herb Panikoorka may provide some advantages in treating diabetes. Swipe to discover how to prepare Panikoorka, which is one of the best ways for controlling blood sugar levels.
Gather Panikoorka leaves (10-12 leaves), Water (2 cups), Cinnamon (1 stick or 1/2 teaspoon powder)
WASH THE LEAVES
Wash the Panikoorka leaves well, to remove all impurities and dirt. Gently pat dry with a clean cloth or paper towel.
Bring two cups of water to a boil in a saucepan. Pour boiling water over the washed Panikoorka leaves and cinnamon.
SIMMER AND STEEP
Turn the heat down and let the mixture simmer for 5-7 minutes. Turn the heat off and cover to let leaves steep another 5 minutes.
STRAIN THE TEA
Separate the leaves and cinnamon from the tea with a fine sieve or strainer, so as to get a smooth, clean liquid.
ALLOW TO COOL
Once Panikoorka tea has cooled to a drinkable temperature, make sure it is not too hot before drinking.
ADDITIONAL FLAVOUR (OPTIONAL)
Some like to sweeten the tea with a natural sweetener such as stevia or even one tsp honey (if not diabetic).
As part of your daily routine, drink this Panikoorka for possibly normal blood sugar control to aid diabetes management.
The effect of Panikoorka tea appears to depend on the user, but if used responsibly it may help control sugar levels in one's blood. For diabetes treatment, please always consult a healthcare provider.