Ayurvedic Treatment For Diabetes

A prodigious amount of people suffer from diabetes, a worldwide issue affecting the older population in society. The prospect of diabetes is beginning to emerge and is now increasingly common in an average daily lifestyle. An immense 346 million people are sufferers of diabetes globally and a prediction has been made that deaths from diabetes will double between 2005 and 2030.

For example, one of the most common causes of neuropathy is diabetes. Neuropathy is a disease which affects nerves that carry information from the brain and spinal cord. Instead of using pills or other such medicines, you can opt for an Ayurvedic treatment for diabetes in order to cure neuropathy.

What is Ayurveda and how it helps with diabetes?

Ayurveda is a belief that sugar levels can be controlled by medicines too…but also, a rigorous diet regime. Diabetes is a metabolic disorder that is caused by the pancreas unable to produce the required amount of insulin or when the body is designated to not effectively use insulin that is produced.

It seems as if the only treatment is rejuvenating the body entirely to discover a recovery.

In Ayurveda, diabetes is known as Madhumeha (‘Madhu’ meaning honey and ‘Meha’ meaning urine). Madhumeha is categorized as ‘Vataj Meha’ (‘Vata’ being an Ayurvedic humor that symbolizes wind and dryness).


The deterioration of the human body is the indication that the Vata is impaired. Maximum deterioration of ‘dhatus’ (body tissue) occurs in this type of disease. Therefore, this is the reasoning behind why all vital organs are affected by diabetes.

Another fundamental cause of diabetes is complications with digestion, which leads to the accumulation of digestive impurities (known as ‘ama’) and this can cause chaos in the pancreatic cells and eventually impair the production of insulin.

The Ayurvedic treatment for diabetes attempts to proportionate sugar levels and endeavor on the root cause of the disease, restoring the patient’s immunity, reinforce digestion and assisting the patient to live a healthy lifestyle. Alongside medication, lifestyle changes will be able to rejuvenate the body’s cells and tissues, allowing insulin to be formed suitably.

Research suggests that Triphala (a type of Ayurvedic remedy) may play a beneficial role in cancer therapy, heart disease, and weight loss and helps constipation relief as well as diabetes. In this way, the Ayurvedic treatments can offer a variety of cures rather than just the one.

Recipes for diabetes

Dry Amla (Indian Gooseberry)

  • 1 palm full of Indian gooseberries
  • Amla
  • 2/3 tulsi leaves
  • One glass of water

Remove the seeds from the Indian gooseberries. Soak the Amla pieces along with the tulsi leaves in the glass of water overnight. Drink the water early in the morning daily.

Benefits: It helps in eye problems, urinary problems, skin problems, diabetes.

Recipe 2

Soak the gooseberry in water overnight. Make a paste out of the gooseberry. Apply the paste of soaked gooseberry to the entire body. Wait for half an hour and then bathe.

Benefits: It will make the skin glow with brightness, energy and stamina improve, and diabetes will be overall eliminated.

Recipe 3

  • Ashwagandha powder 100 g
  • Yash ti Madhuka powder 100 g
  • Biryani leaves 100g

Mix all uniformly and store in a glass bottle. Use 1-2 spoons of powder with a cup of warm milk two times a day.

Benefits: mental problems removed, peaceful mind, nervous system strengthens and diabetes is controlled.

Top tips for diabetics

  • Use old unpolished rice but not polished rice
  • Avoid sweets, meat, and other fatty foods
  • Physical exercise is a must
  • Be at mental peace, always
  • Use less sugar, use old jaggery in limited quality
  • Stay away from  alcohol
  • Ladies should not eat chilly, masala or spicy food during the three-day menstrual periods
  • They should take unpolished rice, moong dal, ghee, candy sugar

With the help of the Ayurvedic treatment for diabetes no problems like diabetes are likely to arise and therefore this should help many health administrators to find a prevention or cure for diabetes using natural methods.

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