Diabetic is scourge of highly stressful modern times. We formulate a very effective range of Diabetic Care Capsules from which perceptible drop in sager level in the blood is achieved within less than two weeks' time. Patients can carry on with their other medications but have to take a course of our Diabetic Care medicines for three months for desired results.
- Great blend of the herbs to produce the best medicine
- No side effect
- Other than diabetics, people can also consume them for purifying blood
Gymnema Sylvestre :
Gymnema sylvestre, also known as Gurmar, Meshasringi and Cherukurinja, is popular as "sugar destroyer". The leaves of the plant are dried and pounded together with coriander fruit, and then the juice is extracted to be given orally for remedying diabetes. In India, the herb is primarily being used to treat type II diabetes.
Bitter Melon (Momordica charantia):
Bitter melon, also known as balsam pear, bitter gourd, bitter cucumber, Karela, and charantin, is cultivated widely in Asia, East Africa and South America. It has been extensively used as a folk medicine for treatment of diabetes. Several compounds contained in bitter melon are known to account for its ability to lower the levels of sugar in the blood.
Asparagus Racemosus (Shatavari )is sweet and bitter in taste, sweet in the post digestive effect and has cold potency. It alleviates the vata and pitta doshas. It possesses heavy, unctuous and soft attributes.
Is one of the most used ayurvedic herbs in Ayurvedic Medicine. It has multiple uses in its own capacity. More than fifty of herbal formulations are in wide use that has half the quantity of this herb and half the quantity of all the other herbs together.Find the many benefits of Commiphora mukul gum in the light of ancient ayurvedic texts and modern ayurvedic practitioners. All of these uses are based on practice by Ayurvedic doctors. Many of them are being validated by clinical research.
Pterocarpus Marsupium :
Pterocarpus Marsupium, also known as Indian Kino, Malabar Kino, Pitasara, Venga, is a large deciduous tree, which commonly grows in western and southern parts of India and Sri Lanka. It has demonstrated ability to reduce the absorption of glucose from the gastrointestinal tract. It is also known to improve insulin and pro-insulin levels.