(Costus Pictus/Spiral Ginger)
Insulin inhalation powder (exubera), also called inhaled insulin, is a dry powder form of rapid-acting insulin delivered by oral inhalation. It is labeled for use in controlling hyperglycemia in adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes mellitus
- Decrease the effects of symptoms of high blood sugar , such as fatigue and frequent need to urinate.
- Reduce the risk of developing diabetic complications.
- Decrease pressure on the pancreas to produce insulin.
- Initial weight gain as the cells start to take in glucose.
- Blood sugar that drops too low , or hypoglycemia.
- Rashes, bumps, or swelling at an injection site.
- Anxiety or depression.
- cough when taking inhaled insulin
The ‘nature’s diabetes fix’ (costus igneus powder) must be mixed with water and taken twice every day—ideally at 11 in the morning and 4 in the evening. This can help control sugar spikes and the results are visible in a span of just 20 days