I got this message on my e-mail and i'd love to tell all of you about it..
there was a diabetic and he said this:

Last month in one of TV program i learnt of a treatment of sugar(Diabetes).
since i'm diabetic,i tried it and it was very useful and my sugar is in control now.
in fact,i have already reduced my medicine>>
take two pieces of lady finger and remove or cut both ends of each piece.
also put a small cut in the middle and put these two pieces in glass of water.
cover the glass and keep it at room temperature during night.
Early morning,remove the two pieces of lady finger from the glass before breakfast simply
and drink that water.
keep doing it on daily basis.
within two weeks,you will see remarkable results in reduction of your sugar.

finally,you have to keep taking it for a few months before you see results,
as most cases might be chronic..

i hope that will help all of you my friends..
(tell me about your opinions).

NOOR

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Interesting. Thanks for sharing. I like orka and I'm willing to try anything for a bs improvement.
I'm assuming that "lady finger" must be some sort of okra? Never heard of it. When you say lady finger what comes to my mind is the pastry, you know, the oblong cake thingy with creamy stuff in the middle? I'm thinking, man, it would be nasty to soak that thing all night in a glass of water.........and then drink it??? I guess I had a senior moment!
What on earth is okra ? I will google
some green vegetable thing. never tried it before
these miracle cures prey on the ignorant and gullible people out there and are shameful. Every now and then one of these hucksters join TuDiabetes, hoping to make some easy money with their snake oil. We are supposed to report any of this kind of activity here by going to the "contact us" at the very bottom of every screen. Manny and the admin team very quickly ban them from TuDiabetes forever. We should thank our administrators often for constantly looking out for us and keeping us safe.

oh, I love okra, especially fried okra!
Okra can be bought at any grocery store and is not profiting just some "huckster". It is just someone's home remedy, just like they say Cinnamon may help lower blood sugar. I don't think Noor was trying to do any harm, but just suggesting that she heard might work. Plus, what negative effects could possibly give you? If anything, Im sure that you are gaining nutrients that are good for your body.
Oh!!!Christina,you'er right.
i wasn't trying to do any harm.it realy was a suggest and i loved to share it with all my friends.

thanks for all your replays.
I'm sorry, I over-reacted.
Thanks for sharing Noor. For you people who don't know what is Okra check this link on Wikipedia
Nonsense that soaking okra overnight in water would do a thing to help BG.

"As most cases might be chronic." Had to laugh at that. Duh, ya think diabetes "might" be chronic!

The web is packed with absurd supposed cures for everything. At least this person isn't selling anything.
Yup, this is almost as good as the claims that Acai and Noni juice can "cure" us! But this is one I haven't heard yet... lol
For some strange reason I thought it was some kind of witchcraft. I have heard about that Nooi juice, they are claiming it can cure some cancers, they also make a lot of money out of it per box sold.

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