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  • May lower blood sugar levels
  • Could increase insulin secretion
  • May improve insulin sensitivity
  • Improve sexual strength
  • May reduce the risk of diabetes complications

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Well tickle me pink, have you heard about the Walpenala? This ancient plant from Sri Lanka and India is making waves as a potential diabetes helper. With its large green leaves and clusters of purple flowers, it may not look like much, but research shows its leaves can lower blood sugar and increase insulin. Locals have stirred the dried leaves into coconut milk to regulate glucose for ages. So if you’re looking to shake up your diabetes self-care routine, consider sipping this earthy, bittersweet tea. Though more research is needed, the Walpenala could be a natural way to take control of your blood sugar in style. Ain’t nature something?

How to Make a Walpenala Tea


  • 1-2 tsp dried Walpenala powder
  • Water
  • Honey, lemon, or coconut milk (optional)


  • Tea kettle or pot
  • Fine mesh sieve
  • Cup
  • Spoon


Step 1: Boil water in a tea kettle or pot.

Step 2: Add 1-2 tsp of Walpenala powder per cup of hot water.

Step 3: Let the tea steep for 15-20 minutes to allow the compounds to extract.

Step 4: Place a fine mesh sieve over a cup to strain out any powder debris.

Step 5: Add honey, lemon juice, or coconut milk to taste if desired.

Step 6: Drink 1-2 cups of Walpenala tea daily to help regulate blood sugar levels.

Caution: Monitor your blood glucose closely when first using Walpenala tea, especially if taking diabetes medication. Stop use if any unwanted effects occur.


100g, 50g


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