Diabatone is a formulation of ayurvedic ingredients, all having been individually documents in standard ayurvedic texts for their role in the management of type II Diabetes Mellitus. All the ingredients of Diabatone aim at stabilizing the status of the total health by offering protection against diabetes and related complications according with the ayurvedic principles. Fiber is a recognized substitute for insulin. For the same reason, Diabatone has been processed in the form of fibre. It enhances fibre as well as insulin content in the body which in turn normalizes sugar level in the blood.
How it works
Triphala (Amla, Abhaya, Vibidaka), Haridra and Daruharidra – improves the body’s inherent strength to withstand the ravages of disease. Guduchi, kathaka and krishnajeera have a salutary effect of urine flow and laxative. Gokshura, Yashtimadhu, Mustha are remedy for diabetes, laxative, stimulants and substances has been in use for impotence, seminal and other dubieties. Ekanayaka and Shilajeet are promotes peripheral glucose utilization, pancreatotrophic action and promotes weight gain. Methi, Bhudhatri, Maramanjal and Vidanga in Diabatone are beneficial not only in Diabetes Mellitus but also a rejuvenator.
Benefits of Diabatone
- The gentle gradual hypoglycemic activity of natural ayurvedic ingredients.
- Combine corrective ingredients aimed at disturbed metabolism of glucose and lipids.
- Protect the vulnerable tissue from metabolic insults.
- Preserve the integrity of all organ systems affected by disease.
- An approach that goes beyond controlling the quantitative sugar level and that treat the patient not just the pancreas.
1table spoon full, in 100ml buttermilk/hot water/warm milk to be taken regularly in the morning and night before half an hour of meals.
A regular intake (at least 6 weeks) of Diabatone will reduce your glucose level and reduce the risk of diabetic side effects and complications.
|Daru Haridra||Berberis aristata||3gm|
|Krishna geera||Carum carvi||3gm|
Ayurveda an indigenous system of medicine was the first to give a detailed description on the clinical features and management of diabetes. Efforts on being made to establish their efficiency in controlling diabetes which owing to its various complications, results in increased morbidity and mortality. Risk factors like obesity hyperlipidaemia and hypertension are more commonly prevalent in diabetes. Type II diabetes is principally a disease of energy storage exacerbated by insulin deficiency. The present trend in the management of diabetes includes diets and lifestyle modification, oral hypoglycemic agents and insulin. Hence the need for ayurvedic formulations which is effective and safe for prolonged use and which also averts long term complications.