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Bitter way towards Sweet
healthy
life
Madhuneel Amrut Churn
AYURVEDIC TREATMENT
FOR DIABETIC
Composition
Andrographis Paniculata : It is also called
Bhuinimb or Kalmegh
Properties :
Antibacterial, Antifungal,
Antiviral, Choleretic ( increase
the production & flow of bile),
Hypoglycemic,
Hypocholesterolemic, &
Adaptogenic effects
(reduce the impacts of stress)
Picrorhiza Kurroa root:
It is a Chinese herb.
Its role of Suppressing renal NADPH
(nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide
phosphate ) oxides to treat diabetic
nephropathy is amazing.
Picrorhiza might stimulate the
immune system, kill cancer cells, and
relieve inflammation (swelling). It has
Anti-Hyper Lipidemic activity
Holarrhena Antidysenterica
root :Also called Kutajah ke mul
.
It may delay the development of
diabetic complications and can
correct the metabolic
abnormalities through variety of
mechanisms.
Phytoconstituents in plants are
responsible for anti-diabetic
effects .
Tinospora cordifolia :
also called Guduchi
It has hypoglycaemic & hypolipidaemic effect.
Lowers hepatic glucose-6-phosphatase and
serum acid phosphatase, alkaline phosphatase,
and lactate dehydrogenase in diabetic .
Promoting insulin secretion
Inhibits gluconeogenesis & glycogenolysis,
Guduchi
Alkaloids, tannins, cardiac glycosides,
flavonoids, saponins, and steroids as the
major phytoconstituents of Guduchi have
been reported to play an anti-diabetic role.
The isoquinoline alkaloid rich fraction from
stem reported for insulin-mimicking & insulinreleasing effect .
Azadirachta Indica: Also called Neem.
Correct altered glycaemia in diabetes.
Neem leaf extract is significantly effective in reducing
hyperglycemia-induced oxidative stress.
Neem supposed to be a alternative medicine to prevent
long-term complications of diabetes
It Strengthens antioxidant defense.
Neem may exhibit its therapeutic effects through
modulation of insulin secretion.
Gymnema sylvestre:
Common names include :
gymnema, cowplant, gurmari, Bedki cha pala .
Gymnemic acids present in leaves exhibit anti-sweet
activity. This effect lasts up to about 2 hours.
Herb may block sugar receptors on the tongue.
Gymnema decrease the absorption of sugar from the
intestine.
Gymnema may also increase the amount
of insulin in the body & increase the
growth of cells in the pancreas
Momordica Charantia
Also called Bitter Gourd.
Causes a reduction in fasting
blood glucose & improves
glucose tolerance.
Bitter melon has been found to
increase insulin sensitivity.
Regulates glucose uptake
Lectin present in fruit, lowers blood
glucose concentrations by acting on
peripheral tissues & similar to insulin's effects in
the brain, suppressing appetite
Eugenia Jambos
(black plum or jamun)
Elements such as zinc,
chromium, vanadium,
potassium, and sodium,
possessing hypoglycemic
activity, are found in the seed
during study.
Alstonia Scholaris bark
Also called Devil tree
α-Glucosidase inhibitors are used
in the treatment of non-insulindependent diabetes mellitus.
Potent α-glucosidase inhibitory activity was
found in aqueous methanol extract of dried
Devil tree (Alstonia scholaris) .Hence it is
believed that it contributes toward the
treatment & prevention of diabetes.
Mamejava (Enicostemma littorale Blume)
Properties: anti-inflammatory, anticancer &
hepatoprotective activities.
Studies have been
reported of its anti
diabetic activities in
type 2 diabetes
patient
An aqueous extract of E
littorale was reported to show
hypolipidemic & antioxidant
effect.
Centratherum Anthelminticum Seeds: (kalijiri)
Commonly known as 'black cumin'
It contains
phenolic
compounds,
antioxidants,
& has antihyperglycemic,
antimicrobial
activity .
Anti-diabetic
potential of
black cumin
is possibly
through
enhancing
glucose
uptake &
insulin
secretion.
Dose: One Teaspoonful
Twice a day Before
Breakfast & at Bed Time
With Water.