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Green Z Plus Daiba Gold is a natural supplement suited for anyone at risk of diabetes or diagnosed with prediabetes or Type-2 Diabetes. The Ayurvedic ...


1.Amla for enhancing glucose consumption by muscles As known popularly, Amla has many health benefits and is one of the top spices in Indian cuisine. So, how does ginger help with diabetes? Amla is rich in a pungent phytochemical, Amla. It helps in combating diabetes by increasing insulin release and sensitivity. It improves glucose utilization through enhancement of glucose absorption by the muscles and also protects nerves and organs like eyes and kidneys from long term diabetic complications. 2.Methi Beej to regulate post-meal sugar absorption It reduces sugar absorption in the intestine post-meal, further reducing the complications of diabetes. It increases the secretion of insulin and helps in weight management through reduced calorie intake. In other words, it basically blocks the sweet taste receptors on your tongue. 3.Neem for maintaining a normal blood sugar level It is commonly used as a flavouring and sweetening agent. It is a combination of excellent antioxidants, immunity-boosting, anti-inflammatory and health-promoting properties. It helps control blood sugar, aids in weight management and is useful in preventing metabolic syndrome, a condition that could lead to diabetes. Additionally, it also protects kidneys. 4.Shilajit helps protect the pancreas from beta-cell damage The heartwood extracts help in lowering blood glucose levels by enhancing insulin function. It protects pancreatic β cells from damage and helps in regeneration. It suppresses appetite and aids in weight loss. 5. Amla for reducing oxidative damages The Indian gooseberries – Amla, is one of the most powerful superfruits of all times and it’s believed that what gold is to minerals, amla is to herbs. Carrying the richest source of vitamin C, with the benefits of vitamin B complex and many essential minerals like iron and calcium, Amla is an excellent antioxidant. Consume Diaba Gold Capsules to reduce oxidative stress and protect the body from oxidative damages while increasing metabolism and preventing post-meal sugar spikes. 6.Jasad to prevent inflammation It has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, hypoglycemic properties and contains a unique phytochemical bitter glycoside substance responsible for its various medicinal properties. It can increase insulin sensitivity and delay the progression of diabetic complication. 7.Basantkusmakar Ras for regulating urination This summer fruit is not only exotic but delivers many health and medicinal benefits. Jamun fruit (black plum) and its leaves are good for diabetic patients and help to convert starch into energy keeping your blood sugar levels.

1.Amla Amla, Amalaki or Indian Gooseberry is a highly potent medicinal plant for its innumerable healing properties. Amalaki, as it is popularly known in Sanskrit and in ancient texts of Ayurveda, has various meanings - mother, nurse, immortality and it also means sour. The small green, pulpy, juicy fruit known as usirikaya in Telugu, Nellika in Tamil, goes with the botanical names Emblica Officinalis or Phyllanthus Emblica. Ayurveda strongly recommends eating a gooseberry daily for improving immunity, boosting metabolism and longevity. It is in fact known as a divyaushada or a divine medicine as it contains five tastes - sweet, sour, bitter, astringent and pungent that help in the functioning of both mind and body. The healing and medicinal properties of amla are innumerable as it is loaded with vitamin C, calcium, iron, phosphorous, carotene, vitamin B, protein and fibre. Amla holds a lot of great religious significance during rituals in the Hindu month of Kartik, that usually falls in between October and November. In many parts of India, it is a practice to offer the fruit as a Naivedya to Lord Shiva and eat it to ward off various respiratory infections, common cold, flu and other health problems that are caused due to the imbalances of vata, kapha and pitta. 2.Methi Beej Fenugreek is an herb that is similar to clover. It is native to the Mediterranean region, southern Europe, and western Asia. The seeds are used in cooking, in medicine, and to hide the taste of other medicine. Fenugreek seeds smell and taste similar to maple syrup. Fenugreek leaves are eaten in India as a vegetable. Fenugreek is taken by mouth for diabetes, menstrual cramps, high cholesterol, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support most of these uses. In foods, fenugreek is included as an ingredient in spice blends. It is also used as a flavoring agent in imitation maple syrup, foods, beverages, and tobacco. In manufacturing, fenugreek extracts are used in soaps and cosmetics. 3.Jambu Beej Jamun or Black plum is a healthy Indian summer fruit. The fruit is sweet, sour and astringent in taste and can give a purplish color to your tongue. Eating Jamun fruit is the best way to obtain its maximum health benefits. Jamun can also be consumed in other forms such as juice, vinegar, tablets, capsule and churna, all of which have a variety of medicinal properties. Jamun helps in weight loss as it promotes digestion as well as removes excessive fat easily from the body. It is also found to be effective in chronic diarrhea due to its astringent property. Jamun also helps provide relief from gas or flatulence due to its carminative property. Jamun helps manage skin associated problems such as skin allergy, rashes and redness due to its strong healing activity. The pulp of Jamun fruit can be applied to get relief from inflammation due to its anti-inflammatory property. 4.Neem Neem is a tree that grows in tropical regions such as India. The leaf extract is used to reduce tooth plaque and to treat lice. Neem contains chemicals that might help reduce blood sugar levels, heal ulcers in the digestive tract, prevent pregnancy, kill bacteria, and prevent plaque from forming in the mouth. People use neem for lice, tooth plaque, gingivitis, psoriasis, to repel insects, and for many other purposes, but there is no good scientific evidence to support most of these uses. Neem seed oil is used as a pesticide. 5.Gudmar Gymnema is a woody climbing shrub native to India and Africa. The leaves are used to make medicine. Gymnema has a long history of use in India Ayurvedic medicine. The Hindi name, gurmar, means destroyer of sugar. Today, gymnema is used for diabetes, metabolic syndrome, weight loss, and cough. It is also used for malaria and as a snake bite antidote, digestive stimulant, laxative, appetite suppressant, and diuretic. 6.Ashwagandha •Ashwagandha is an evergreen shrub that grows in Asia and Africa. It is commonly used for stress. There is little evidence for its use as an adaptogen.Ashwagandha contains chemicals that might help calm the brain, reduce swelling, lower blood pressure, and alter the immune system. •Since ashwagandha is traditionally used as an adaptogen, it is used for many conditions related to stress. Adaptogens are believed to help the body resist physical and mental stress. Some of the conditions it is used for include insomnia, aging, anxiety and many others, but there is no good scientific evidence to support most of these uses. There is also no good evidence to support using ashwagandha for COVID-19. •Dont confuse ashwagandha with Physalis alkekengi. Both are known as winter cherry. Also, dont confuse ashwagandha with American ginseng, Panax ginseng, or eleuthero. 7.Guduchi Giloy, also known as Amrita or Guduchi in Hindi, is an herb that helps improve digestion and boost immunity. It has heart-shaped leaves that resemble betel leaves. All parts of the plant are used in Ayurvedic medicine. However, the stem is thought to have the most beneficial compounds. In the Ayurvedic textbook Bhavaprakasha, 8.Shilajit Shilajit is a blackish-brownish resin that comes from layers of rock in several mountain ranges throughout the world, including the Himalayan, Tibetan, and Altai mountains. Shilajit is thought to form, in part, when certain plants decompose. It contains an important compound known as fulvic acid and is rich in minerals. Shilajit is one of many herb and mineral formulations used in Ayurveda, a healing system that originated thousands of years ago in India. Shilajit has been used in traditional herbal medicine to treat a wide variety of conditions, ranging from bone fractures to impotence. Shilajit is available as a dietary supplement. Read on to learn about the possible health benefits, side effects, dosage and preparation, and more 9.Jasad Yashad Bhasma or Jasad Bhasma is obtained by processing zinc with some other ingredients like Aloe vera as per mentioned in ancient ayurvedic books. All ingredients all processed at a remarkably high temperature and in the absence of air. It is believed that going through all this process removes the toxic effects of zinc and makes it safer for human body. If we compare Yashad Bhasma with other skincare chemical products, it is way safer because these chemical products lose their efficacy within an hour after application on skin, on the other hand Yashad Bhasma act as physical sunscreen, it coats the skin and blocks the harmful Ultra violet rays and work for longer duration. 10.Basantkusmakar Ras Basantkusumakar Ras is an Ayurvedic medicine used in the treatment of diabetes and respiratory disorders. This tablet/powder contain mineral ingredients along with herbs. This medicine should only take as per the direction by a physician. 11.Bangeswar Ras Bangeswar Rasraj Ras is an Ayurvedic medicine, with herbal and mineral ingredients, in tablet form. It is used in treating neuro-muscular conditions. It is also called as Rasaraj Ras. This medicine is used more in North Indian Ayurvedic treatment method and should only be taken strictly under medical supervision. Rasraj Ras Benefits: It is used in the treatment of neuro-muscular conditions such as paralysis, hemiplegia, locked jaw, facial palsy, hearing defects, dizziness, and such other diseases caused due to Vata imbalance. It helps to strengthen nerves and muscles. 12.Tirbang Bhasam Tribang Bhasma is ayurvedic calcined medicine used for impotency, nocturnal emission, diabetes, frequent urination, recurrent miscarriages, leucorrhea, and infertility. Its main effects appear on nerves, testes, uterus, ovaries and urinary bladder. So, it is used for diseases occurring in these organs.
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