Ayurveda Treatment for Diabetes in India

Diabetes has long been a disease of affluence but small regional studies in recent years have indicated that, in India, it has been slowly spreading among lower income groups. However, an ongoing national survey of diabetes called the Indian Council of Medical Research – India Diabetes or simply ICMR-INDIAB study finds that many more people from middle-income and poor communities are becoming diabetic.

Dr. E. Shaji Raj, the Chairman and Chief Physician at Punarjanis Life Sciences, having excellent knowledge on ayurvedha provides best treatment for diabetes across India. We look at Diabetes as a Degenerative. Unlike the modern medicine which forces the pancreas to produce more insulin, our medicine works on the liver to keep the body to have Samaghni. It stimulates the brain for hormonal balance. It does not load your body with Insulin hormone and protects the body from inflammation.

What causes Diabetes?

Wrong Diet

Diabetes can be described as carbohydrate toxicity or intolerance to carbs. This can happen when we feed the body simple carbs alone all the time. When you do this your body pumps insulin to digest and you are hungry again very soon and you will end up eating more carbs. Very soon you are taking your body to the breaking point where the body is in a state of carbohydrate toxicity. Obesity could be a result of a wrong diet or excess calories or hormone related. But obesity is a risk factor

Sedentary Lifestyle

Any lifestyle with little or no physical activity weakens the immune system. With body’s stress management system not being activated, body is in a state of inflammation.

Type 1 Diabetes

Doctors used to think type 1 diabetes was wholly genetic. Newer studies have shown, however, that children develop type 1 diabetes 3 percent of the time if their mother has the condition, 5 percent of the time if their father has it, or 8 percent if a sibling has type 1 diabetes. Consequently, researchers now believe that something in the environment has to trigger type 1 diabetes. Some risk factors include:

Cold weather
Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 diabetic is at least partially hereditary. People with a family history of the disorder are more likely to develop diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is also linked to a number of lifestyle factors, including obesity. In one study, researchers found that 73 percent of people with type 2 diabetes had moderate to high family risk factors, while just 40 percent were obese. Overall, people who reported obesity and had a family history of diabetes had a 40 percent risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Body in a state of prolonged Inflammation of any kind is bad for the body.Even acidity where the food is getting fermented in the stomach is also one simple example


Chronic stress can lead to insulin resistance, which in turn elevates blood sugar levels. With regular exercise, meditation or yoga, the levels of stress hormones in our bodies decrease, resulting in better blood sugar control.


Whatever goes into the body be it food or medicine the body converts it into an absorbable form and what cannot be absorbed by the body remains in the body as toxin till such time it gets eliminated. This produces AMA as per Ayurveda is a cause for diseases. We are Punarjanis Life Sciences an Ayurvedic Company of Dr.Shaji Raj, who is the 4th generation Ayurvedic Doctor. He is a pulse diagnosis teacher for very many Ayurvedic Doctors. He travels around the world teaching and healing people. His family has been practising for nearly 150 years. Dr. Shaji Raj has done extensive research and come out with the medical solution for many health problems.