Herbal Ingredients

Vijaysar (Pterocarpus marsuplum Bark)
Vijaysar is an important big tree whose bark is very useful in disease like diabetes. Its bark is known as "The miracle cure for diabetes". Its principal constituents are isoliquiritigenin and liquiritigenin. It reduces the glucose absorption from the gastrointestinal tract and improve the levels of insulin and pro-insulin. It is effective in beta cell regeneration. It shows hypocholesteremic effect. As it maintain the blood sugar level properly.

Karela (Momordica Chirantia Fruit)
The bitter gourd is specifically used as a folk medicine for diabetes. Several researches proved 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.

Gurmaar (Gymnema Sylvestre Leaves)
Gurmar is an herb used in Ayurvedic medicine, the traditional medical system of India, for treating diabetes, constipation and minor digestive complaints. It is also used to facilitate weight loss.

Neem (Azadirachta Indica Leaves)
Its leaves can be used as drug for diabetes, eczema and reduce fever. Barks of Neem can be used to make toothbrush and the roots has an ability to heal diseases and against insects. The seed of Neem tree has a high concentration of oil. Neem oil is widely used as insecticides, lubricant, drugs for variety of diseases such as diabetes and tuberculosis

Sadabahar (Catharanthus Roseus Leaves)
Catharanthus roseus (Vinca) also known as the Madagascar periwinkle or rosy periwinkle or Sadabahar is grown as an ornamental plant in the garden. It is also proved anti-diabetic.

Bel (Aegis Marmelos)
It is a unique fruit which is famous as laxative and at the same time as an intestinal astringent also. Leaves of bael are anti-diabetic whereas the bark and the root have proven anti-inflammatory properties.

Amla (Emblica officinalis)
Amla (scientific name Phyllanthus emblica) or Indian gooseberry is one of the most powerful herbs used in Ayurveda. It has been recommended by doctors for several chronic conditions, especially diabetes.

Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia)
Giloy acts as a hypoglycaemic agent. It can lower the levels of blood pressure and lipids. This makes it very easy to treat type 2 diabetes. Diabetic patients can also take Giloy juice in order to reduce high levels of blood sugar.

Behra (Terminalia Bellerica)
Traditional plant treatments have been used throughout the world for the therapy of diabetes mellitus. The aim of the present study was to investigate the efficacy and mode of action of Terminalia bellirica used traditionally for the treatment of diabetes in India.

Methi Beej (Trigonella Foenum Graecum)
Fenugreek seeds may be helpful to people with diabetes. The seeds contain fiber and other chemicals that may slow digestion and the body’s absorption of carbohydrates and sugar. The seeds may also help improve how the body uses sugar and increases the amount of insulin released.

Jamun Guthali (Eugenia jambolana Seed)
Jamun Guthli (Seed) is indicated in Diabetes. It lowers blood sugar levels. The guthli (seed) of Jamun contains a compound whichlowers conversion of starch into sugar. Take this churna if your blood sugar is not lowering down as it really helps to lower the sugar in blood.

Dalchini (Cinamomum Zeylanicum Bark)
Cinnamon is a sweet but pungent spice that is derived from the inner bark of the branches of wild cinnamon trees. Research has suggested that cinnamon can help to improve blood glucose levels and increase insulin sensitivity.

Shilajit Shudh (Purified Asphalatum)
Shilajit, a mineral pitch, helps patients with diabetes. it is effective for the prevention of strength, reducing the diabetic symptoms, treating diabetic complications and boosting the pancreas function and insulin sensitivity in the cells.

Chiraita (Swertia chirata)
Chirata is also known for its role in diabetes. The advantage of using Chirata is, the action only comes into play when the blood sugar levels are higher than normal. Thus, the chances of developing Hypoglycemia are rare with Chirata.

Methi (Fenugreek)
Fenugreek is an aromatic plant that has many uses, both culinary - fenugreek is a key ingredient of curries and other Indian recipes - and medicinal. The plant, which is widely grown in South Asia, North Africa and parts of the Mediterranean, has small round leaves and also produces long pods that contain distinctive bitter-tasting seeds.

Tej Patta (Bay leaf)
Bay leaf or Tej Patta has multiple medicinal benefits and it has been used since centuries for treating different diseases and conditions. Bay leaf improves insulin function and thus can be used as a natural remedy for diabetes mellitus.

karela (Bitter Melon)
Bitter melon, also known as bitter gourd or karela (in India), is a unique vegetable-fruit that can be used as food or medicine. It is the edible part of the plant Momordica Charantia, which is a vine of the Cucurbitaceae family and is considered the most bitter among all fruits and vegetables.

Haldi (Curcuma Longa Rhizome)
Curcumin may also help treat aspects of diabetes, both Type 1 and Type 2. curcumin reduced blood sugar and cholesterol levels. This action of turmeric/curcumin could potentially slow down many complications of diabetes

Bhumi amla (Phyllanthus niruri)
Since time immemorial, Bhumi Amla has been used as a medicinal plant. It is an annual herb and as a whole used in various treatments.