About Chrysanthemum and Diabetes

Written by ZoeyLiu


Posted on October 16 2023


Chrysanthemum is a perennial herb belonging to the sunflower genus of the Asteraceae family with chrysanthemum-like yellow flowers and ginger-like clumps on its roots.

It is bathed in the sunlight of summer, and the earth provides it with abundant nutrients in abundance.

It is said to be "a food blessed by the sun and the earth.


●Vigorous vitality

From summer to fall, chrysanthemum produces lovely yellow flowers, about 10 cm in diameter, that resemble chrysanthemums.

It is such a vigorous plant that it absorbs all the nutrients of the land in one year.


●Rich in nutrients

After the flowers die back in the fall, the plant produces tubers in the ground that are rich in inulin.

The tuber of chrysanthemum grows vigorously even in a harsh environment and stores abundant nutrients to sprout in the spring after winter.


●World's highest content

Instead of starch, which is found in potatoes and other potatoes, chrysanthemum tubers are rich in inulin, a soluble dietary fiber.

Of all the plants currently growing in the world, chrysanthemum contains the highest amount of inulin.


●Expected effects of "Chrysanthemum" – Efficacy

Inhibition of absorption of sugar and carbohydrates
Inulin absorbs water when it passes through the gastrointestinal tract and becomes a gel-like substance, thereby slowing down the rate of absorption of excess sugar and carbohydrates and preventing a rapid rise in blood sugar levels after meals.

Detoxification - Diet
Inulin adsorbs toxic substances in the intestines. Inulin adsorbs harmful substances in the intestines and promotes their excretion from the body. By inhibiting the absorption of sugar and fat, it prevents the accumulation of new body fat, and also accelerates the depletion of fat already accumulated in the body. By stimulating the secretion of 6LP-1, which is said to be a hormone for weight loss, weight loss can be expected without placing a burden on the body.

Intestinal regulation - Relieves constipation.
Inulin, which is not digested and absorbed by the human body, reaches the large intestine and serves as food for bifidobacteria and good bacteria, supporting their growth. It activates intestinal activity.


●Very popular overseas as well!


Saving the Nation from Diabetes"

Dr. Angri's clinical trial at the Hungarian Civil Hospital reported that "patients with type 11 diabetes who used chrysanthemum as a treatment for diabetes decreased their diabetes by half to one third over the course of two years, and in many cases were completely cured."



As a panacea for constipation.

It was also used to improve constipation and urticaria.



"Also used for gastrointestinal ailments."

Chrysanthemum was utilized for stomach ailments and colds.



As a familiar foodstuff

In France, it is valued as an ingredient and widely used as an ingredient in French cuisine.



Very popular as a medicinal herb.

It was used not only as a foodstuff but also as a medicinal herb, for example, it helped many soldiers recover from wounds during the Civil War.


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