Wonderful Plant That is Sweeter Than Sugar and also Cures Plenty Diseases (Very Effective)

Hi lovely people hope everyone is doing well well am back with another article which talks about Stevia

Could this be true?

Yes, it’s a wonder plant indeed, with zero calorie.

Diabetes patient can now sweeten their tea, pap, coffee with a natural plant sweetener with no side effects.

Imagine having this WONDER PLANT in your backyard which can be plucked fresh any day, anytime.

Yes, Health Accord got you covered.

STEVIA PLANT is a natural sweetener.

What is Stevia?

Stevia is the name given to a green leafy herbal plant, which is native to South America and has been used for hundreds of years because of its extremely sweet leaves. Stevia glycosides, mainly stevioside and rebaudioside are the active compounds responsible for its sweetness.

Stevia is perhaps unique among food ingredients because it’s most valued for what it doesn’t do. It doesn’t add calories. Unlike other sugar substitutes, stevia is derived from a plant.


Stevia has no calories, and it is 200 times sweeter than sugar in the same concentration. Other studies suggest stevia might have extra health benefits.

Stevia has potential for treating endocrine diseases, such as obesity, diabetes and hypertension, but that more research is needed.

Other studies also suggest stevia could benefit people with Type 2 diabetes, but Catherine Ulbricht, senior pharmacist at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and co-founder of Natural Standard Research Collaboration, says more research is needed. Her group reviews evidence on herbs and supplements.


1) Stevia Reduces high blood pressure

2) Stevia Helps Lower Blood Sugar.

3) Stevia Inhibits the Growth of Non-Human Rotavirus.

4) Stevia Inhibits Tumor Growth and May Prevent Cancer.

5 ) Stevia May Be Used to Treat Acute Lung injuries.

6) Stevia Helps Prevent Fatty Liver.

7) Stevia May Help Reduce Kidney Damage.

8) Stevia helps Fertility.


  1. Is Stevie also called” Africa never die” ? Does it survive in water without soil? Is the leave eaten raw to extra the sugar in it? Where can this plant be found in commercial quantity in Nigeria? What is it’s botanical name.?

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