Finally Good News For Diabetes
A woman (65) was diabetic for the last 20+ years and was taking insulin twice a day. She used the enclosed homemade medicine for a fortnight and now she is absolutely free of diabetes and taking all her food as normal including sweets.
The doctors have advised her to stop insulin and any other blood sugar controlling drugs. I request you all please circulate the email below to as many people as you can and let them take maximum benefit from it.
AS RECEIVED :
DR. TONY ALMEIDA (Bombay Kidney Speciality expert) made the extensive experiments with perseverance and patience and discovered a successful treatment for diabetes.
Now a days a lot of people, old men & women in particular suffer a lot due to Diabetes.
1 – Wheat 100 gm
2 – Gum (of tree) (gondh) 100 gm
3 – Barley 100 gm
4 – Black Seeds (kalunji) 100 gm
Method of Preparation :
Put all the above ingredients in 5 cups of water.
Boil it for 10 minutes and put off the fire.
Allow it to cool down by itself.
When it has become cold, filter out the seeds and preserve water in a glass jug or bottle.
How to use it?
Take one small cup of this water every day early morning when your stomach is empty. Continue this for 7 days. Next week repeat the same but on alternate days. With these 2 weeks of treatment you will wonder to see that you have become normal and can eat normal food without problem.
Note: A request is to spread this to as many as possible So that others can also take benefit out of it.
These are long running messages claiming to suggest a miracle home remedy for curing Diabetes. The homemade medicine comprises of wheat, tree gum, barley and black seeds, and when taken for a fortnight is claimed to have cured diabetes in a 65 year old woman. This mysterious cure for diabetes is supposedly found by Dr. Tony Almeida, a Kidney speciality expert in Bombay (the present Mumbai in India). Not really!
About Tony Almeida
Firstly, there is no kidney speciality expert by name Tony Almeida in Bombay, India. Tony (Anthony) Almeida is a fictional character in U.S. played by Carlos Bernard on the television series 24. He is an agent hired by the Counter Terrorist Unit based in Los Angeles. The picture that comes with story only shows an African woman using a diabetes test kit. This story is also circulating with another picture shown in the image section below, which is again unrelated to the story. It only shows a non-invasive technique of breath analysis.
The original source of this story appears to have been posted back in April 2008 in a Yahoo Group, as a forwarded message, and has different credits to it:
In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Beneficent Sheikh Saleh Mohammed Tuwaijiri (May Protection of Allah be on him), the Supreme judge (Qazi) of Tabuk Court has made the extensive experiments with perseverance and patience and discovered a successful treatment for diabetes.
Again, there is no credibility of any Supreme judge by name Sheikh Saleh Mohammed Tuwaijiri. It also makes us wonder why would a judge experiment and discover a treatment for diabetes. The present version of the claim is actually the modified version of this one, ‘validating’ it with a mention of doctor’s name. The message kept circulating ever since, through forums and other social networks. It should also be noted that these messages were used for marketing purposes and to generate traffic.
Does It Work?
As for the claim in question, many people who have tried this homemade medicine for curing diabetes have reported that when the ingredients are put together and boiled as suggested, everything became a paste and it could not be filtered.
Wheat, Barley and Black Seeds are known to be good in diabetes, but it is a serious disease, and as of now, it can only be controlled, not cured. So considering the aforementioned drawbacks in the claim, the message is possibly hoax. However, studies are going on to find natural means to curb this deadly disease. Recent studies suggest that Okra, i.e. Lady Finger’s juice can be helpful in curing Diabetes. You can read about it here.
Hoax or Fact: