Ayurvedic Treatment for Diabetes

"Ayurveda is increasingly sought after by patients suffering from Diabetes"

Diabetes : The Ayurvedic Perspective

Diabetes Mellitus, is elucidated as a metabolic disease in which the person has high blood glucose level (blood sugar), either because insulin production is inadequate, or because the body's cells do not respond properly to insulin, or both. Patients with high blood sugar will typically experience polyuria (frequent urination), they will become increasingly thirsty (polydipsia) and hungry (polyphagia).Diabetes Mellitus was known to Indian Civilization since Vedic period by the name Asrava (Prameha). It is also known as Madhumeha or Maharoga (Major Disease) as almost all parts of the body and every cell of human physiology is affected. It also disturbs 5 sheaths of the body -

1. Annamayakosha {Foodsheath}

2. Pranamaya kosha {Energy sheath}

3. Manomaya kosha {Mind Sheath}

4. Vijnana maya kosha {Intellectual Sheath}

5. Anandmaya kosha { Bliss sheath}

According to Ayurveda, Prameha is divided in 4 major types (and total 21 types)

Kapha type (again divided into 10 types)

Pitta type (again divided into 6 types)

Pitta type (again divided into 6 types)

Vata type (divided into 4 types)

Juvenile diabetes for children (for unhealthy practices of parents and/or due to the sins of past-birth) But Diabetes (Prameha) is mainly Kapha doshaja disease. All forms of diabetes if not treated , eventually develops into Madhumeha (Diabetes Mellitus).

The main cause of Prameha(diabetes) is lack of exercise and consumption of excess food having ushna and snigdha nature. Foods that increase kapha, medhas and mootra are the contributing factors for the occurrence of prameha.


When we talk about diabetes, one of the most important aspect of diabetes treatment is the prevention of long term complications that it causes in patients.

Generally when we talk about a diabetic patient, his carefulness about the treatment and management of his disease occurs in steps i.e. it is at these point of times that the person is serious about the treatment of this disease while in between these short phases, the patient hardly cares what he is giving to his body. The body which he has to use and can't change at any stage of his life. The body which remains the same from the very first cry at birth to the very last breath at our last second in this world.

Day 1 When a person comes to know for the first time that he or she is diabetic: The person is very much careful for the aspects of diabetes and approaches various treatment centres, or doctors or technical experts to know more about diabetes. He tries to do each and every possible thing to get rid of this lifestyle disorder. However the major focus of most of the doctors and treatment centres nowdays is just to control the blood sugar levels and even the patient is very much satisfied with the doctor if the blood sugar is controlled with a little bit medicine. Hence rather than the right approach which should have been to recommend lifestyle changes and provide the patient with antioxidants, pancreatic reparative medications and metabolic correctors, the patient is given pancreatic stimulators. The pancreatic stimulators stimulate the already damaged pancreas and control the blood sugar for some years.

5-10 Years after diabetes: After about 5-10 years of being diabetic, in many patients, the partially damaged pancreas is completely damaged due to the usage of pancreatic stimulants and the doctors now advice the patients to start insulin injections. Once again the search for alternative medicines or ayurveda starts so that the usage of these insulin injections can be prevented. Definitely Ayurveda at Nirogam if chosen at this stage also the start of insulin injections can be avoided and if patient is already under insulin injections, the injection usage can be withdrawn due to the desirable recovery in pancreatic functioning. But generally after few days of starting injections patients make it a habit and do not try to make efforts for the withdrawal of these from their life

15-20 years of diabetic life: After usage of wrong types of treatments, just focussing on blood sugar control, since diabetes is a disease in which metabolic errors occur in most body cells and tissues, so after a time period of 15-20 years of being diabetic, complications like Diabetic nephropathy (gradually resulting in kidney failure, Diabetic retinopathy ( resulting in loss of vision), diabetic neuropathy (resulting in nerve weakness, limb weakness and at times partial or complete paralysis) start in the patient and once again patient starts searching for alternative treatments. Definitely even at this stage with Nirogam special treatment, the patient can get desirable recovery from these as well as an improvement in the diabetic parameters also.

WHY DELAY THE RIGHT TREATMENT WHEN EVERY SECOND COUNTS: Each second cells in our body are dying due to non receipt of proper requisite energy due to the non availability of proper insulin and due to the metabolic errors, which diabetes causes in the body. When at any stage of diabetes we are having the options to switch over to the right treatment, why delay it to a point when we are not left with any other option and then switch over to the right treatment. It should be done at the first day when we come to know that we are diabetic and if we have so far spent months or years taking the wrong approach of simple blood sugar levels management, we should start the right treatment at nirogam, Now! because, every second counts

A) Beta cells repairing herbs:

There are various herbs which are having beta cells repairing properties so that gradually the pancreas become more functional decreasing the dependence of medications in many cases,Complete withdrawal of medicines.

B)Phyto Insulin:

There are various herbs which contain plant insulin so that the usage of them decreases the load on the damaged pancreas so that it gets sufficient time for recovery. With the usage of the above concept and the following of recommended lifestyle changes, both the short term goal of blood sugar management as well as the long term goal of decrease or complete withdrawal of the medications can be achieved.

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