“We are committed to provide Quality Unani and Ayurvedic medicinal formulations!!!”
Medicinal plants are being looked up once again for the treatment of diabetes. Many conventional drugs have been derived from prototypic molecules in medicinal plants.To date, over 400 traditional plant treatments for diabetes have been reported, although only a small number of these have received scientific and medical evaluation to assess their efficacy.The World Health Organization Expert Committee on diabetes has recommended that traditional medicinal herbs be further investigated.
There are many herbal remedies suggested for diabetes and diabetic complications
Acacia arabica: (Babhul)
Aegle marmelos: (Bengal Quince, Bel or Bilva)
Allium cepa: (onion)
Allium sativum: (garlic)
Aloe vera and Aloe barbadensi
Azadirachta indica: (Neem)
Phyllanthus amarus: (bhuiawala)
Trigonella foenum graecum: (fenugreek)
Tinospora cordifolia: (Guduchi)
Diabetes Mellitus (Zayabetus) is one of the most important lifestyle related disorders that is mostly widespread in urban areas. Diabetes (Zayabetus) is characterized by Excessive thrust, Excessive urination, Excessive increase of appetite, and collapse of sexual function. The disease is associated with Polydypsia (Atash-e-Mufrit) and Polyuria (Kasrat –e-Baul).
DiBicron maintain the normal blood sugar level, increases peripheral utilization of glucose and is protective for pancreas.
DiBicron supports normal lipid metabolism
It helps maintain healthy triglycerides and cholesterol levels
DiBicron helps reduce oxidative stress
To be taken before meal,twice daily or as directed by physician. . Not intended as a substitute for blood sugar level testing or professional medical care.
DiBicron is a blend of herbs and is considered a safe and gentle herbal supplement that helps maintain normal blood sugar levels. It has not been known to cause any side effects or to have any drug contra-indications when taken as per the recommended dosage. As with any other health supplement, pregnant and nursing women are advised to consult their doctor before taking it.
Kernel of Jamun Seeds (Syzygiumcumini)
Karela Bark, Bitter Gourd/Bitter Melon (MomordicaCharantia)
Neem (Azadirachta indica)
Kalonji (Black cumin)
Kushta Post BaizaMurgh