Ayurvedic Medicine For Diabetes


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Natural diabetes medication using clinically tested herbal remedies to control blood sugar. Naavudi alternative diabetes medicine is the best for diabetes treatment....http://www.naavudi.com/

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Ayurvedic Medicine For Diabetes

  1. 1. NATURAL HERBAL NAAVUDI:- Diabetes is a growing medical problem worldwide, as people live longer and as diets increasingly emphasize western-style fast food. Diabetes that is not properly controlled and managed can lead to a stroke or to a heart attack, damage to your kidneys and your liver, damage to your nervous system, loss of vision, and even amputation of extremities. http://www.naavudi.com/NAAVUDI is a herbal dietary supplement, comprised entirely of plant-derived organic biochemicals that hashelped many to manage their diabetes.It is completely metabolized, and does not leave any metallic nor mineral residues within your body. It is acombination of nine natural herbal extracts that have been used for many years in traditional IndianAyurvedic medicine.It has been rigorously clinically tested, under the direction of a medical specialist in diabetes. It has noknown interactions with prescription drugs, so you can give it a try without otherwise changing anymedications that you are already taking.
  2. 2. http://www.naavudi.com/What Is In NAAVUDI?:- NAAVUDI is different from other diabetes supplements. Its ingredients have all been used in Indian Ayurvedic medicine for hundreds or even thousands of years. Since it has no known interactions with prescription drugs, there are no contradications when you begin to use NAAVUDI, and you can try it out without otherwise changing your medical regimen.How NAAVUDI Works:-NAAVUDI is a completely herbal dietary supplement intended primarily for sufferers from Type II (adult-onset) diabetes. The nine ingredients work together synergistically to markedly lower blood- glucose sugar,and to have many other beneficial effects within the bodies of people suffering from diabetes or fromprediabetic conditions. Its core component, Epicatechin from the bark of the Malabar Kino tree, is believedto promote the growth of pancreatic beta cells, thus improving the bodys own production of insulin; andalso to directly reduce blood-glucose sugar.The other eight components of NAAVUDI each are believed to have several beneficial effects, including:directly lowering blood-glucose-sugar concentration, regulating glucose uptake, increasing glucose toleranceand insulin sensitivity, stimulating the pancreas, easing stress, promoting sweating and urination, controllingmetabolism, reducing the intestinal transport of sugars and fatty acids, supporting adaptability, and reducingexcessive craving for sweets. All nine components work synergistically together.
  3. 3. NAAVUDI is very safe to use:- Standard dosage for a typical adult is two capsules per day, one in the morning and one in the evening, each taken a half hour before eating if possible. A person of large body mass may increase this dosage somewhat without risking harm. NAAVUDI has been found to be completely non-toxic, by testing on mice at 66 times the usual human dosage. It is totally metabolized after being taken, after a time interval dependent on dosage and on personal physiology. Since it is a botanical product containing no metallic nor mineral components, it does not leave any metallic nor mineral residues within your body. Even with variations in dosage, it has not been observed to cause too-low blood-glucose sugar (hypoglycemia). Any diagnosed diabetic should be under the care of a competent medical professional. Frequent blood-glucose-sugar testing may allow reductions in dosage of other medications, subject to medical approval, after a few weeks of taking NAAVUDI. So, learn to test your own blood-glucose sugar!
  4. 4. Making NAAVUDI part of ones daily regimen can help you significantly, bothBenefits :- in directly reducing your blood-glucose-sugar level and in mitigating the side effects of your diabetes. Surviving long-term with Type I or Type II diabetes means striving for a healthier lifestyle: eating, exercising, and sleeping better; drinking more water; stopping smoking; learning to check your own blood-glucose sugar; and perhaps losing some excess weight. Less-severe problems may include a tingling feeling in your hands or feet, fatigue, weight gain, slower healing of skin sores, impotence in men, and constipation. http://www.naavudi.com/
  5. 5. Ingredients :- NAAVUDIs core component is Epicatechin, obtained from the bark of the Indian Malabar Kino tree, Pterocarpus marsupium. This tree has been a staple of Indian Ayurvedic medicine for more than three thousand years. Its bark, leaves, petals, and even its heartwood are used as sources of herbal medicines. Like many other ancient remedies, Epicatechin is now receiving attention and testing in contemporary medical research. It is now believed to promote growth of pancreatic beta cells, thus improving the production of insulin, and to reduce blood-glucose sugar. Several other traditional Ayurvedic herbal derivatives from the following plants are also included in NAAVUDI, in carefully calibrated amounts:http://www.naavudi.com/
  6. 6. Malabar Kino has been a staple of Indian Ayurvedic medicine for probably morethan three thousand years. The bark, leaves, petals, and even the heartwood of thistree all are used as sources of herbal medicines. Like many other ancient remedies,Epicatechin is now receiving attention and testing in contemporary medicalresearch. It is now believed to promote growth of pancreatic beta cells, thusimproving the production of insulin, and to directly reduce blood-glucose sugar.Bitter Melon has a wide variety of culinary and medicinaluses. It may be cooked or eaten raw, in the cuisine ofcountries in a band from Eritrea to Japan. The fruit issomewhat similar to a cucumber, but has a wrinkledlighter-green skin and a well-known bitter taste, Variousbitter-melon constituent compounds have been found toincrease insulin sensitivity, to lower blood-glucose-sugarconcentrations, and to regulate glucose uptake by bodycells.Indian Bay Leaf is a particular special variety, somewhat similar in appearance to theusual cooking bay leaves, but imparting dissimilar flavors to them if used in cooking.The tree is from a different genus than the usual bay-leaf tree, which is popularlyknown as laurel. The plant is native to the state of Kerala in southwestern India, buthas spread widely in southern Asia. Extracts of its dried leaves can produce flavoringeffects much like cinnamon, or like cloves, and have been found to increasepancreatic activity, to lower blood glucose, and to function as a diuretic.http://www.naavudi.com/
  7. 7. Clinical Research A controlled three-month clinical test of NAAVUDI on thirty diabetic subjects yielded very positive outcomes in almost all cases. The test was supervised by a senior diabetes specialist, Dr. K.N. Devendra at Sir Sunder Lal Hospital, affiliated with the Institute of Medical Sciences under the auspices of Benaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India. Parameters tested were: •Reduction in fasting and post-prandial blood-glucose-sugar levels •Desirable changes in body-mass index (BMI) •Changes in blood hemoglobin level •Changes in serum cholesterol levels •Changes in levels of blood urea and of serum creatinine •The presence or absence of symptoms (subjective opinion) Many summarized positive outcomes were evaluated as statistically significant at the 0.001 level. Numerical results are presented below.
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