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Pterocarpus Marsupium Vijaysar Wooden Cup Tumbler For Diabetes

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Pterocarpus Marsupium Vijaysar Wooden Cup Tumbler For Diabetes

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Package Content Cup
Usage / Expiry 6 Months
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Benefits, Dosage, Indications, Side Effects, Composition, Ingredients

Latin Name: Pterocarpus Marsupium
English Name: Indian Kino Tree
Sanskrit Names: Bijaka, Pitasara, Pitashalaka
Hindi Name: Vijaysar

What is this tumbler?
This tumbler is an ingenious Ayurvedic product that creates a herbal tea which is used to assist the body to balance its assimilation and utilization of sugar and other carbohydrates. The cup is made up from Pterocarpous Marsupium wood, a plant famous for its unique properties. This tumbler can assist the body in its blood-sugar balancing to create a better equilibrium and better weight balance, which in turn supports the body in reestablishing its best internal constitutional position. This helps support a healthy digestive and assimilate functions assisting the body to maintain blood sugar level and body weight levels in balance.

Pterocarpous Marsupium Tumbler is an Ayurveda herbal dietary supplement.

Drink one cupful once or twice after breakfast & dinner. This cup has the property of forming crack after a period of use. To ensure that the liquid tea dose not leak out, place the cup in an empty glass. Drink the liquid tea in the cup as well as that in the glass.

Fill the tumbler with warm water at night. The water absorbs healing properties from Vijaysar Cup and becomes brown in color in the overnight period. In the morning, pour this water in any container and use. To use twice a day just refill the cup after use in the morning and it will be ready to drink after the evening meal. Wash it with boiling water every week.

Immediately after the water stops changing color.