FAQ

What is Diabetes?

Glucose is the main source of energy for our body and fuel for our brain. In a healthy individual, several hormones, including insulin, regulate blood glucose levels, allowing glucose to be used for fuel. When in diabetes, the body either does not make enough insulin (type 1 ), or is unable to use it well (type 2). When the body is unable to efficiently incorporate glucose from the blood into the cells where it is needed, glucose stays in the blood causing diabetes. When the excess glucose in the blood is not able to convert as glucagon, glucose level increase in the blood increases diabetics

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What is the best Ayurvedic treatment for Diabetes?

Customized Ayurvedic therapies by Punarjanis are great for the treatment of diabetes as they involve Abyangam Treatment, Thakra Dhara Treatment, Dhanyamla Dhara Treatment. Treatment of Diabetes in Ayurveda also involves Diet Food, Internal Medicines, External Therapies, Exercises and Yoga. Even when you are on oral or insulin injection, you can go ahead with this treatment. You can also drastically reduce the medicine dosage you are using currently and in most of the cases the patient can come out of modern medicine all together.

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What is the Best Medicine to control Blood Sugar?

WORLD’S FIRST PROPRIETORY AYURVEDIC ARKA for Prameha and Prameha Upadrava/Diabetes Melitus Type 1 and Type 2, Dr. Shaji’s Dia-Drops which is 100% Ayurvedic Arka made from Extracts of Medicinal plants, Herbs, Roots, Tree Barks in their purest forms Made from 19 ingredients like Dashamool, Haridra, Ghadera, Guduchi, Amalaki, Ajamoda, Guggulu, Ghandaka, Aragvadha, Daruharira, Kiraata, Manjesta, Kaduka Nimba, Nalpamara, Bakuci, Sunni, Devadharu and Patula.

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What Causes Diabetes?

Wrong Diet
Sedentary Lifestyle
Hereditary

Type 1 Diabetes
Doctors used to think type 1 diabetes was wholly genetic. Researchers now believe that something in the environment has to trigger type 1 diabetes. Some risk factors include cold weather and viruses.

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.

Stress
Toxins

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How to treat Diabetes? Are you supposed to continue the medications for lifetime?

Day 1
Diabetic sensor is put on the patient. Blood sugar and BP is checked.

Day 2 to Day 15 Treatment
Diabetic sensor is put on the patient. Blood sugar and BP is checked.

Internal medicines for the entire 15 days stay are given. All the Days of Treatment Diet Food will be given all three meals to the patient. Patient is also taught diet food cooking. Exercises and deep breathing techniques are taught to patients every day.

Day 16
On the 16th day, sensor is removed and the report of the 14 days blood sugar reading is handed over to the patients along with our reports.

Most important part of the treatment is that even when you are on oral or insulin injection, you can go ahead with this treatment. You can also drastically reduce the medicine dosage you are using currently and in most of the cases the patient can come out of modern medicine altogether.

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