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Herbal and Natural Cure for Diabetes

Diabeta is a combination of proven anti-diabetics fortified with potent immunomodulators, antihyperlipidemics, anti-stress and hepatoprotectives of total plant origin. The formulation of Diabeta is based on ancient ayurvedic references, further corroborated through modern research and clinical trials.

natural cure for diabetes
  • Diabeta acts on different sites in differing ways to effectively control factors and pathways leading to diabetes mellitus. Synthetic anti-diabetics act on one site in only one way.
  • Diabeta is the only drug to correct the cause as well as effects, besides the condition itself. It attacks the various factors, which precipitate the diabetic condition, and corrects the degenerative complications, which result because of diabetes.
  • Diabeta is safe and effective in managing Diabetes Mellitus as a single agent supplement to synthetic anti-diabetic drugs.
  • Diabeta helps overcome resistance to oral hypoglycemic drugs when used as adjuvant to cases of uncontrolled diabetes.
  • Diabeta confers a sense of well-being in patients and promotes symptomatic relief of complaints like weakness, giddiness, pain in legs, body ache, polyuria and pruritis.
Diabeta Natural Cure For Diabetes: 60 Vegetble Capsules

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Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Capsule

 
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
Gymnema Sylvestre
80mg.
**
Vinca Rosea (Periwinkle)
80mg.
**
Curcuma Longa (Turmeric)
80mg.
**
Azadirachta Indica (Neem)
40mg.
**
Pterocarpus marsupium (Kino Tree)
40mg.
**
Momordica Charantia (Biter Gourd)
40mg.
**
Syzgium cuminii (Black Plum)
40mg.
**
Acacia arabica (Black Babool)
40mg.
**
Tinospora Cordifolia
40mg.
**
Zingiber officinale (Ginger)
20mg.
**
** Daily value not established

Suggested usage: 1 Capsule twice daily after meals or as directed by your physician.

Other Ingredients: Capsule (vegetable cellulose), 100% vegetarian. No fillers, binders or common allergens.

Contains No: Sugar, salt, Artificial Colour, Yeast, Gluten, Wheat or dairy products.

Herbs for Diabetes present in Diabeta: Herbal and Natural

Gymnema Sylvestre (Gurmar): Researchers at India's University of Madras in the early 1990s found that high doses of gymnema extracts may actually help to repair or regenerate the pancreas's beta cells, which play a crucial role in the production and secretion of insulin. Interestingly, generations of people in India with diabetes have successfully chewed the leaves to help control blood sugar. Because of many clinical trials, Gymnema sylvestre is used today for treating diabetes mellitus. In layman's language, it is called GUR MAR. Gur means sugar and Mar means kill. So it is a powerful herbal sugar killer for diabetes mellitus patients.

Momordica charantia (Bitter Gourd, Karela): The blood sugar lowering action of the fresh juice or extract of the unripe fruit has been clearly established in both experimental and clinical studies. Recent researches by a team of British doctors have established that it contains a hypoglycaemic or insulin-like principle, designated as 'plant-insulin', which has been found highly beneficial in lowering the blood and urine sugar levels. It should, therefore, be included liberally in the diet of the diabetic.

Azadirachta indica (Neem): Neem leaf is a traditional herb for treating diabetes and has been scientifically proven effective in treating and preventing diabetes; (Murty, 1978); (Chakrabartty, 1984a); (Chakrabartty, 1984b); (El-Harwary, 1990). Oral doses of neem leaf extracts significantly reduced insulin requirements for insulin dependent diabetes. (Pillai, 1981b); (Luscombe, 1974); (Murty, 1978).

Vinca Rosea (Periwinkle): Indian J Exp Biol. 2001 Aug;39(8):748-59.

Effect of Vinca rosea extracts in treatment of alloxan diabetes in male albino rats. By Ghosh S, Suryawanshi SA.

Administration of aqueous extracts of V. rosea flower and leaf have been found to regulate the blood sugar level in alloxan diabetic male albino rats. V. rosea therapy not only produced blood glucose homeostasis but also reversed changes in carbohydrate, protein, lipid metabolisms and metabolic and pathologic changes that took place in pancreatic islet cells, liver and kidney following a single dose (150 mg/kg body weight) of alloxan monohydrate. B-cell secretory activity resumed near-normalcy as evidenced by near-normal serum insulin concentration and electron-microscopic study proving that V. rosea manifests its beneficial activity through B-cell rejuvenation, regeneration and stimulation.

Pterocarpus marsupium (Kino Tree): Pterocarpus Marsupium has a long history of use in India as a treatment for diabetes. A potent flavonoid in this tree has been shown to help regenerate beta cells in the pancreas as well. Researchers in India studied the effects of this herb on 97 individuals with blood sugar problems and were amazed to find that it helped control blood sugar levels in 69% of them. (Reference 17) (Natural Treatments for Diabetes - page 43) (Reference 18) (Journal of Longevity-Volume 7/No. 12 - page 41)

Syzygium cuminii (Black Plum): It's an important herb in traditional Indian medicine for treating diabetes. Syzigium cumini, commonly known as 'jamun', is widely used in Indian folk medicine for the treatment of diabetes mellitus. Oral administration of 2.5 and 5.0 g/kg body weight of the aqueous extract of the seed for 6 weeks resulted in a significant reduction in blood glucose and an increase in total haemoglobin (Clinical Test - Blood glucose reduction by Syzigium cumini (Jamun), a folk medicine for diabetes in India, at 2.5 or 5.0 g/kg of seed aqueous extract for 6 weeks in alloxan diabetic rats Prince 1998)

Curcuma Longa (Turmeric): Turmeric is an important herb in most Ayurvedic treatments of diabetes as it lowers blood sugar, increases glucose metabolism and potentates insulin activity more than three-fold.

Zingiber officinale (Ginger): The effects of ginger root may be useful in treating those with adult-onset diabetes. High blood sugar levels are known to disrupt the normal function of the stomach, and people with uncontrolled diabetes may have blood sugar levels that exceed those reached in the current study. Diabetics with stomach problems also tend to respond favorably to medications that normalize stomach rhythm and correct delayed emptying. Although controlling blood sugar is the most important thing diabetics can do to prevent complications associated with diabetes, ginger may help provide symptomatic improvement while they work on bringing their blood sugar down.

Tinospora Cordifolia: Anti-hyperglycemic effect of Eugenia jambolana and Tinospora cordifolia in experimental diabetes and their effects on key metabolic enzymes involved in carbohydrate metabolism.

Grover JK, Vats V, Rathi SS.

In India, the decoction of kernels of Eugenia jambolana (EJ) and extracts of Tinospora cordifolia (TC) are used as a household remedy for diabetes. These also form constituents of many herbal formulations for diabetes that are marketed in this country. The anti-hyperglycemic effect of aqueous and alcoholic extracts as well as lyophilized powder of these two plants was evaluated in diabetic animals using different doses of diabetogenic agents for varying duration (21-120 days) so as to assess their effect in mild (plasma sugar>180 mg/dl, duration 21 days), moderate (plasma sugar>280 mg/dl, duration 120 days) and severe (plasma sugar>400 mg/dl, duration 60 days) diabetes mellitus. In the pilot study (mild diabetes), maximum reduction of 73.51 and 70.37% in glucose levels was seen in animals receiving 200 mg/kg per day of lyophilized powder of EJ and 400 mg/kg per day of aqueous extract of TC after 3 and 15 weeks of treatment, respectively. There percent reduction in glucose decreased significantly in the moderate and severe diabetes; 55.62 and 17.72% for EJ and 48.81 and 0% for TC at the similar time intervals. The alteration in hepatic and skeletal muscle glycogen content and hepatic glucokinase, hexokinase, glucose-6-phosphate and phosphofructokinase levels in diabetic mice were partially restored by EJ but not by TC. The mechanism of action of EJ and TC is discussed.