Gynura procumbens is a well-known herb that's appreciated by many herbalists, and families in many south east Asian countries for generations.
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Gynura procumbens is widely used in meals such as salads and soups in many countries for generations. It has a wide safety margin, and no known side effects seen in recommended doses. It is part of the Asteraceae (Sunflower) family. Although allergic reaction is rare -- anyone allergic to Asteraceae is not recommended to use Gynura procumbens.
Gynura procumbens is not meant to replace any drugs, but assist your immune system to improve overall wellness. If you are on hypoglycemic, blood thinning agents, or are pregnant, consult with your health care practitioner before using Gynura procumbens. There is no known contraindication.
Symptoms and Precautions
If you think you may have diabetes, hypertensive, high cholesterol, cardiovascular disease, or experienced heart attack, blurriness, partial or total loss of vision, blindness, constant redness of the eye, dark areas of vision, difficulty perceiving colors, distorted vision, seeing spots, nausea, vomiting, passing only small amounts of urine, swelling (particularly of the ankles), puffiness around the eyes, unpleasant taste in the mouth, urine/ammonia like odor to the breath, persistent fatigue or shortness of breath, loss of appetite -- please consult your healthcare professional to be diagnosed and treated.