SMEVIA (Stevia rebaudiana), commonly known as sweetleaf, Stevia with its steviol glycoside extracts having up to 300 times the sweetness of
  sugar, stevia has garnered attention with the rise in demand for low-carbohydrate, low-sugar food alternatives.
  Because stevia has a negligible effect on blood glucose, it is attractive as a natural sweetener to people on carbohydrate-controlled diets.
  The United States 2008 approved rebaudioside A extract as a food additive.
  The leaves of the stevia plant have 30–45 times the sweetness of sucrose (ordinary table sugar). The leaves can be eaten fresh, or put in teas
  and foods.
  Stevia as an alternative to artificial sweeteners such as cyclamate and saccharin, which were suspected carcinogens. The plant's leaves, the
  aqueous extract of the leaves, and purified steviosides are used as sweeteners.
  In relation to diabetes, studies have shown stevia to have a re-vitalizing effect on β-cells of pancreas, improve insulin sensitivity in rats, and
  possibly even to promote additional insulin production, helping to reverse diabetes and metabolic syndrome. Stevia consumed before meals
  significantly reduced postprandial insulin levels compared to both aspartame and sucrose.
  A 2011 review study concluded that Stevia sweeteners would likely benefit diabetic patients.
  Preliminary human studies suggest stevia can help reduce hypertension, although another study has shown it to have no effect on hypertension.
  In 2006, the World Health Organization (WHO) performed a thorough evaluation of recent experimental studies of stevioside and steviols
  conducted on animals and humans, and concluded "stevioside and rebaudioside A are not genotoxic in vitro or in vivo. Furthermore, the report
  noted "stevioside has shown some evidence of pharmacological effects in patients with hypertension or with Diabetes mellitus type 2",
  The WHO's Joint Experts Committee on Food Additives has approved, based on long-term studies, an acceptable daily intake of steviol glycoside
  of up to 4 milligrams per kilogram of body weight.
  Beginning in 2009 in the United States, the U.S. FDA considers "Rebiana (rebaudioside A) to be Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS)".With
  respect to the measure of toxicity.

Smega pharmaceuticals Limited & its associates are engaged in export and supply of Pharmaceutical products & Stevia products such as Stevia

  tablets, stevia sachets, stevia dry leaves, white stevioside powder, stevia dry leaves powder. We manufacture products extracted from stevia also
  called as sweet leaf, which is becoming popular globally as a zero calorie natural sweetening agent. This basically helps in restoring pancreas
  function and has found to be really helpful in hypoglycemia. Some benefits of stevia products are:
  • Lowers Blood Pressure.
  • 35.2% Fall in Blood Sugar Level In Diabetics.
  • Cures Obesity
  Products Presently we offer:
  • Stevia dry leaves powder (25-30 times sweeter than sugar)
  • Stevioside 80% (200-250 times sweeter than sugar)
  • Rebaudinoside A 80% (300-350 times sweeter than sugar)