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Gymnema Sylvestre Bedki Cha native to India and Sri Lanka is an evergreen creeper which grows in almost all soil. It is an edible plant which has many medicinal uses. The most important part is that it is believed that this plant can reduce blood sugar level in diabetes. It is said that when consumed raw it takes away the sense of taste for sweetness for a while.
Gymnema Sylvestre Bedki Cha is a low maintenance and a fast growing plant which grows in most of the soil but prefers garden soil with a good manure.
It needs lots of sunlight to grow into a vine. It is known for its medicinal uses.
It grows well in garden soil with a good manure but grows in almost every soil and can withstand in temperate regions.
It needs a normal amount of water and during summer it needs lots of water and during winter it doesn't need much water.
During early stage make sure to make water so that the soil does not dry. During normal growth, it needs to be watered at least three times a week.
This plant can withstand a heavy sunlight and it needs lot of sunlight so plant it in outdoors for better results.
But growing indoors is also possible but the better results cannot be obtained while growing indoors.
This plant grows to a height of 60 centimeters and spread up to almost 30 centimeters which also can be grown inside.
While growing inside it needs to be cut so that it does not outgrow and there are more benefits if it is grown outside as the plant grows bigger and so more leaves will be there to harvest.
As for most of the plants feed it with a nitrogen-rich fertilizer and using liquid fertilizer can be the best solution.
This plant can be fed with the fertilizer with every month for the better growth as it is already a fast-growing plant
This plant is edible and when taken raw, it is said that it can take away the sense of sweetness for a while.
This plant is also recommended for patients with diabetes which means this plant can reduce the sugar level of the patients who have been affected by diabetes.