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Pterocarpus is a genus of pantropical trees in the Fabaceae family. It contains about 35 species, with P. Pterocarpus originates from dry, hilly areas of India, Sri Lanka and Nepal. Pterocarpus is a deciduous tree that can approach a height of feet. The use of pterocarpus in the Ayurveda system of traditional medicine is thousands of years old.

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The blood sugar lowering effects of Pterocarpus marsupium were well known in India long before pharmacological studies of the tree were undertaken. Diabetics in the rural areas of Chatisgarh region of Madhya Pradesh would drink water from tumblers carved from the wood of Pterocarpus marsupium or drink water in which a piece of the wood had been immersed, and they were said to feel better. Comparative studies of - -epicatechin and insulin confirm the similarity between these two compounds.

They both exert protective effects on human erythrocyte osmotic fragility, stimulate oxygen uptake in fat cells and tissue slices of various organs, increase the glycogen content in rat diaphragms while simultaneously increasing the glucose uptake, and inhibit theophylline induced lipolysis in isolated fat pads. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided at the time of publication. More Role in Maintaining Blood Sugar The blood sugar lowering effects of Pterocarpus marsupium were well known in India long before pharmacological studies of the tree were undertaken. More Mechanism of Action Comparative studies of - -epicatechin and insulin confirm the similarity between these two compounds.

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The blood sugar lowering effects of Pterocarpus marsupium were well known in India long before pharmacological studies of the tree were undertaken. Diabetics in the rural areas of Chatisgarh region of Madhya Pradesh would drink water from tumblers carved from the wood of Pterocarpus marsupium or drink water in which a piece of the wood had been immersed, and they were said to feel better. Comparative studies of - -epicatechin and insulin confirm the similarity between these two compounds. They both exert protective effects on human erythrocyte osmotic fragility, stimulate oxygen uptake in fat cells and tissue slices of various organs, increase the glycogen content in rat diaphragms while simultaneously increasing the glucose uptake, and inhibit theophylline induced lipolysis in isolated fat pads. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Usage disclaimer: The information pertaining to any marketing materials by Sabinsa, is for general purposes only. Users are urged to check the validity of patents if any, on any Sabinsa items for their intended use.

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Pterocarpus marsupium

An orbicular, broadly winged pod, compressed, indehiscent; seed solitary. Fruiting from July-March. Wood very hard, used for building, furniture and agricultural purposes. Red kino" resin extracted from the trunk. Wood used for construction of houses. The leaves fed to cattle. Best supported on Google Chrome, Firefox 3.

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An estimated Sedentary lifestyle and food choices act in concert to increase diabetic risk factors and incidence. For centuries an Ayurvedic method of controlling diabetes involved drinking a water extract of Pterocarpus obtained either by soaking pieces of the wood in water overnight or utilizing a tumbler carved from wood from the Indian Kino tree filled with water. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Usage disclaimer: The information pertaining to any marketing materials by Sabinsa, is for general purposes only. Users are urged to check the validity of patents if any, on any Sabinsa items for their intended use.

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