About Diabiant

Ayurvedic Treatment
Diabetes

How Diabiant Works?

Diabiant is a wonderful tablet produced and distributed by Ambic Ayurved India Private Limited. This Ayurvedic medicine is made from the finest medicinal herbs and plants parts to provide an effective sugar control solution for diabetic patients. It not only helps in lowering the blood sugar levels by stimulating the pancreas for healthy production of insulin but also aids in fighting other medical complications related to Diabetes. The various natural herbs used in making this wonder product like Shilajeet, Bang Bhasm, Ashwagandha, Neem, etc help in combating other medical conditions and makes the body healthy by supporting the normal bodily functions. Only natural ingredients are used in making Diabiant thereby providing 100% protection from any side effects. Also, these tablets can be easily taken along with other treatments without worrying about any adverse overlapping effects of the two. Although Diabiant tablets are entirely safe to consume, pregnant women, lactating mothers and people with allergies to any of the ingredients are advised to consult their physician before consumption.

Ingredients

Ingredient Name Description
Bang Bhasma Bang Bhasma is a powerful natural remedy used for the treatment of urinary disorders and general weakness.
Chandra Prabhavati It is particularly helpful in decreasing bladder irritation and provides strength to the eyes and heart.
Godanti Bhasm Reduces irritation, thirst, vomiting, body aches, fever and mental stress.
Yakriadi Loha Aids in destroying liver diseases and increases insulin secretion by stimulating pancreas.
Madhumeh Nashini Gutika It provides promising benefits in Diabetes.
Naag Bhasm Its consumption prevents and treats diabetes.
Prameh Ganjkeshri Ras Its consumption decreases glucose levels in diabetic patients and increases strength and virility.
Taamr Bhasm Beneficial in abdominal disease, diabetes, high fever, enlargement of the spleen, eye and skin diseases
Bangeshwar Ras It prevents progression of diabetes, heart disease and cholesterol.
Pure Shilajit Helps in overall net pulse (nervous) system infirmity and provides physical and energetic power
Vijaysar Beneficial in control of blood sugar and diabetes.
Sheetal Cheeni Used as a stimulant and helps to resolve diuretic and expectorant problems.
Chopchini Reduces inflammation supports urinary and digestive systems and helps in eliminating toxins from the body
Amaltash Guda Invigorates the heart, cleans blood and reduces inflammation.
Majeeth Clears blood.
Haldi (Turmeric) Cleans and improves blood levels. Also works as excellent antibiotic and antiseptic medicine.
Gokhru Used to treat heart diseases, kidney dysfunction, dysuria and swelling.
Jaamun Guthli Decreases sugar from bloodstream and urine.
Triphala Excellent remedy to clear stomach of constipation.
Methi Dana Reduces bile in the blood and strengthens the digestive system.
Ashwgandha Reduces blood pressure and inflammation and also helps in increasing physical and mental strength.
Karela Controls blood sugar and is useful in diabetic treatment.
Karjwa It helps to clean the blood and keep kidneys healthy.
Sarp Gandha Keeps heart healthy by reducing blood pressure and insomnia.
Arjun Chhaal Beneficial in heart, blood diseases and kidney dysfunction.
Sadabahar Helpful in diabetes and kidney diseases.
Gudmar Stimulates the heart.
Neem Supportive in diabetes, skin and eye diseases.
Kutki Beneficial in urinary disorders.
Chirayta Helps overcome the weakness of heart and clears blood.
Punarnawa Beneficial in heart disease, anaemia and swelling.
Kali Jeera Clears blood.

AYURVEDIC APPROACH

The Ayurvedic View

The most commonly used treatments for diabetes in allopathy includes synthetic drugs like Sulphonylureas, Biguanidine, Acarbose and Insulin. But, cases of “insulin resistance” and side effects from the long use of these drugs have forced people to search for effective and safe alternatives. In Ayurveda, an elaborate study has been conducted since thousands of years to understand the nature and cure for diabetes. The study shows the efficacy of Ayurvedic line of treatment in all the 20 different types of Diabetes (Madhumeha) identified. A detail discussion entailing the cure for Diabetes in Ayurveda has been given below.

Before discussing diabetes Cure in Ayurveda, let’s understand the different types of diabetes, its causes and symptoms.

From the Vedic period onwards, Diabetes Mellitus is known to Indians by the name Asrava (Prameha). It is also known as Madhumeha in Ayurveda.

There are four major types of diabetes (Prameha) according to Ayurveda.

  1. Kapha type (divided into 10 types)
  2. Pitta type (divided into 6 types)
  3. Vata type (divided into 4 types)
  4. Juvenile diabetes for children (for unhealthy practices of parents and/or due to the sins of past-birth)

But, diabetes is mainly Kapha Doshaja disease.The main cause of prameha(diabetes) are lack of physical activity and consumption of excess food having ushna, snigdha and guru nature. Foods that increase kapha, medhas and mootra are the major factors for prameha.

In Ayurveda, diabetes (Prameha) is classified into

  • Apatharpana Uthaja Prameha (describing the lean diabetic)
  • Santharpana Uthaja Prameha (describing the obese diabetic)

Diabetes is further classified into two types based on their causes

  • Sahaja prameha (congenital)
  • Apathyanimittaja prameha (due to over eating or poor eating habits)

Classification of Diabetes according to Dosha

Diabetes is a tridoshaja vyadhi. The dominance of one dosha classifies diabetes into Vataja, Pitaja & Kaphaja Pramehas. The disease is further classified into 20 different types based on the character of urine, its volume and dhatu being released through urine.

Normally, Prameha (Diabetes- Madhumeha ) is classified by Ayurvedic Practitioners according to dosha predominance viz.

1 Sweda Extreme sweating
2 Angagandham Bad smell of the body
3 Anga Shidhilathwam Sloppiness of the body
4 Sayyasna Swapnasukhabhishangithwam Laziness
5 Hridayopadeham Feeling of heaviness in the heart
6 Netropadeham Feeling of coated on eyes
7 Jhwopadeham Feeling of coated tongue
8 Shravanopadeham Feeling of coated ears
9 Anga ghanathwam Heaviness of body parts
10 Keshathivridhi Excessive hair growth
11 Nakhathivridhi Excessive nail growth
12 Sheetha priyathwam Sensitivity towards cold
13 Gala shosham Dryness of throat
14 Thalu shosham Dryness of palate
15 Asya madhuryam Sweet taste in mouth
16 Karadaham Burning sensation of palms
17 Pada daham Burning sensation of soles
18 Moothra madhuryam Sweetness of urine

DIABETES IN INDIA

India has the world’s third largest diabetic population after China and USA. The Indian population which has long been exposed to poor nutrition is now experiencing over nutrition and sedentary lifestyles. Also, genetic behaviour of the Indian population makes them more vulnerable to the disease. The bad nutritional history coupled with genetic vulnerability has put Indians at a high risk of acquiring diabetes, which is soon becoming one of the biggest epidemics the country has ever seen.

According to the fourth edition of the world Diabetes Atlas, launched by the IDF at the 20th world Diabetes Congress in Montreal, Canada, nearly 9 percent of the Indian population is likely to be affected by the disease by 2030. “India still continues to be the “diabetes capital” of the world and the trend will follow unless concrete steps are taken in this direction. This will add to long-term expenditures and unwanted complications in the years to come,” according to atlas.

“India spends about $2.8 billion or 1% of the total diabetes spending worldwide while the US spends $198 billion or 52.7% of the total expenditure. In India, almost 25 percent of income is spent on private care to control fatally high blood sugar levels by the lowest earning group with diabetes,” says the atlas.

The total number of world’s diabetic population is 285 million and the working group are found to be the most affected, according to the atlas.

Diabetes Statistics

  • Every 10 seconds, one diabetic patient is dying.
  • Every 10 seconds, two new diabetic cases are registered.
  • By 2025, an additional 7 million diabetic cases will be identified.
  • Developing countries like India will comprise of 80% of diabetics in the world.
  • India is the diabetic capital of the world.
  • Number of diabetics in the world in 1995-124.7 millions.
  • Number of diabetics in the world in 2000-153.9 millions.
  • Number of diabetics in the world in 2025-299.1 millions.
  • Diabetes is fast becoming more dangerous than AIDS.
  • In India, Hyderabad is known to be diabetes capital of the country. Here are some facts related to the disease.
  • World Diabetes Day – November 14
  • India has highest number of Diabetics.
  • One in every five diabetics in the world is Indian.
  • Heart attack is the most common cause of diabetic death.
  • Obesity is the major cause of diabetes in the adults.

Signs and Symptoms

Interpreting the warning signals is the first step towards treating diabetes. Here’s the signs and symptoms you should look for before consulting your doctor.

  • Frequent urination
  • Increased thirst
  • Intense hunger
  • Weight loss
  • Fatigue
  • Declined interest and concentration
  • Numbness or tingling, especially in hands/feet

Other sings include blurred vision, prone to skin infections and slow-healing of wounds. If you are experiencing some of the above symptoms, consult your doctor soon. Overlooking the warning signs may aggravate your condition and give rise to unwanted situations.

Type of Diabetes

Type 1 Diabetes

Type 1 diabetes, also referred to as insulin-dependent diabetes or juvenile diabetes is caused due to lack of insulin. In this, the body’s immune system attacks and destroys the beta cells of the pancreas which are responsible for creating insulin. The condition usually occurs in children and young adults comprising of approximately 10% of all diabetic patients. Heredity is found to an important factor that increases the risk of developing Type 1 Diabetes.

Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes occur when the pancreas does not produce any insulin or does produce very little insulin or, the cells does not respond appropriately to insulin (a condition called “insulin resistance”). As a result, glucose (sugar) builds up in the blood instead of going into cells which causes damage in multiple areas of the body. Type 2 diabetes is responsible for nearly 90% of the diabetic cases. People with obesity and no physical activity are most likely to suffer from this condition.

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