Gymnema

Also indexed as:Gurmar, Gurmarbooti, Gymnema sylvestre
Gymnema: Main Image
Common names:
Gurmar, Gurmarbooti
Botanical names:
Gymnema sylvestre

Side Effects

Used at the amounts suggested, gymnema is generally safe and devoid of side effects. The safety of gymnema during pregnancy and breast-feeding has not yet been determined. People with diabetes should only use gymnema to lower blood sugar under the clinical supervision of a healthcare professional. Gymnema cannot be used in place of insulin to control blood sugar by people with either type 1 or type 2 diabetes.

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