Ayurveda is one of the oldest systems of healing and healthcare known to humanity. Ayurveda has well defined and identified natural herbs that play vital role in keeping a human body in healthy condition without any side effects. DME-9 is prepared by hand-picking 28 highly effective and proven ingredients. For the first time in India an ayurvedic medicine is prepared using all these natural herbs and is the best medicine to control your blood sugar level and manage your diabetes. DME-9 not only controls your diabetes but also minimises the side effects or other diseases that occur due to diabetes like- fatigue, blurred vision, dizziness, frequent urination, tingling hands/ feet, etc. The medicine is 100% natural and vegan. Below is the detailed description of each ingredient that is used to prepare DME-9.
Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera), the magical herb, is considered to be nature's gift to mankind. For centuries, ayurvedic medicine has used it to treat people for their day to day woes such as stress, anxiety, exhaustion, lack of sleep et al. And with an abundance of antioxidants, iron and amino acids, it's no surprise that Ashwagandha is one of the most powerful herbs in ayurvedic healing. When it comes to diabetes, Ashwagandha works by influencing the body's production of insulin and insulin sensitivity. It stimulates the secretion of insulin in bloodstream thus improving the break down of sugars in the blood. This ensures that less harmful sugars are being stored on your body.
Saptarangi (Salacia Oblonga), native to India (Western Ghats), China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, and other Asian regions, Saptarangi belongs to the Celastraceae family of plants. It typically grows in tropical climates and bears beautiful greenish-yellow flowers. This perennial plant works to purify pitta and helps to treat kapha-vitta disorders. It is the most traditional herb used for the treatment of type 2 Diabetes. This herb contain enzymes known as alpha-glycosides that turn carbohydrates into glucose, the sugar that circulates throughout the body. If this enzyme binds to the herbal extract rather than the carbohydrates then less glucose will get into the blood stream resulting in lowering blood glucose and insulin levels.
Mamejava, also known as Enicostemma littorale is a herbaceous bitter pant that can help treat rheumatism, skin diseases, abdominal disorders, obesity and maintian blood sugar levels. The medicinal plant has antimicrobial, antioxidant, antiulcer, anti-inflammatory and hypoglycemic properties. It can lower the levels of triglycerides, cholesterol and fatty acids. The herb can also help reduce oxidative stress formed in kidney, thus promoting healthy functioning of the kidney.
4. PANEER DODA
Withania Coagulans or Indian Rennet, commonly known as Paneer doda/dodi is a shrub of the family Solanaceae. A systematic and regular use of its fruit has shown a decrease in alarmingly high levels of blood glucose. It is considered as a miracle herb for Ayurveda. It not only regulates the insulin levels but also has the ability to heal the beta cells of the pancreas for better utilization of insulin. Regular use of this plant is very effective in managing type 2 diabetes. It also reduces the additional physical problems caused by diabetes like wounds not healing, frequent urination, etc. Its powerful antioxidants purifies the blood and also helps in repairing the damaged cells. It is also very beneficial for Asthama.
Methi (Trigonella foenum-graecum) is a herb long used in alternative medicine. It’s a common ingredient in Indian dishes and often taken as a supplement. Its plant that stands around 2–3 feet (60–90 cm) tall. It has green leaves, small white flowers, and pods that contain small, golden-brown seeds. This herb has numerous health benefits. Methi aids metabolic conditions of diabetes. It affects both types 1 and 2 diabetes patients, along with increasing general carb tolerance in people without these conditions. DME-9 uses the advantages of this everyday herb to make the medicine more effective and useful in controlling the blood glucose level.
Chhirayata (Swertia Chirata), is a critically endangered herb that grows at high altitudes in the regions of Himalayas and has purplish blue flowers. It is bitter in taste induced by various bioactive compounds present in it like- antioxidants, alkaloids, and glycosides like xanthones, chiratanin, chiratol, palmitic acid. It helps to manage diabetes due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It helps prevent damage to pancreatic cells and stimulates them enhancing the release of insulin. This helps lower the level of blood sugar.
Gudmar (Gymnema sylvestre) is a wood climbing shrub whose leaves are used for medicinal purposes. Gudmar or Gurmar is considered to be a magical remedy for diabetic patients as it is highly effective in both type I and type II diabetes mellitus. It contains gymnemic acids which blocks the sugar receptors tongue, decreasing your ability to taste sweetness leading to reduced sugar cravings. Gudmar has anti-diabetic properties and may lower your blood sugar levels after a meal.
Karela (Momordica charantia) helps regulate the blood sugar level in your body.
According to studies, karela has a few active substances with anti-diabetic properties. One of them is charantin, which is famous for its blood glucose-lowering effect. Bitter gourd contains an insulin-like compound called Polypeptide-p or p-insulin which has been shown to control diabetes naturally. These substances either work individually or together to help reduce blood sugar levels. When your insulin is active, your blood sugar would be used adequately and not convert into fat, which would eventually help in weight loss too.
9. JAMUN SEEDS
Jamun Seeds (Syzygium cumini) contain alkaloids called jambosine and jamboline. Both these are believed to slow down the process of converting starch into sugar. This means there are lesser chances of a sudden spike in blood sugar levels when the starch in your food is metabolised. Type 2 diabetics have low levels of insulin available to act on blood glucose; this could be because either the production of insulin in the pancreas is low, or due to a very fast degradation of the insulin that has been produced. Jamun Seeds ensure a greater availability of insulin by either increasing its secretion or preventing it from degrading fast. It also helps in reducing diabetes symptoms like constantly feeling thirsty and frequent urination.
10. DARU HALDI
Daru Haldi (Berberis aristata) is also called as Indian barberry or Tree Turmeric stimulates the pancreas to release insulin in the blood and also helps with insulin resistance among the cells. Hence, glucose enters the cell providing energy and purifying the blood of any sugar. Daru Haldi is very beneficial for managing blood sugar levels by increasing the metabolism of glucose and preventing further formation of glucose. It also lowers the bad cholesterol levels in the body and helps in weight management by inhibiting the formation of fat cells in the body. This is mainly due to the active constituent berberine present in Daru Haldi which has potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Harar (Chebulic Myrobalan), known as "king of herbs" and also known by the vernacular names Kadukkai in Tamil, Karakkaya in Telugu and Indian hog plum in English is one of the three rejuvenating herbs that constitute the miraculous Triphala formulation. Several scientific researches strongly advocate the use of Harar for managing diabetes and keeping the blood sugar levels under control. The production of insulin from the pancreatic β-cells become active on consumption of the Harar. It also helps to reduce the breakdown of starch into glucose which in turn regulates the secretion of insulin and leads to low blood glucose level. It is also extremely effective in reducing stomach acidity and minimalizing the chances of various stomach ulcers. Also Harar is traditionally used as a mouthwash for treating and curing various problems related to oral hygiene like gum disease, mouth ulcers, oral sores.
Baheda (Terminalia bellirica) is also known as “Bibhitaki” in Sanskrit which means “The one that keeps away from diseases”. It is one of the main constituents of “Triphala” which is used for the management of common cold, pharyngitis and constipation. Baheda tree is a large deciduous tree found in the greater part of India. All parts of the tree are used for medicinal purposes, especially the dried fruit. The fruits of Baheda are astringent (bitter) and acrid (sour) in taste. This herb has direct benefit over other disease that are or can be caused by diabetes. It boosts immunity and helps our body to fight against cough & cold, infections, and prepares body to fight against diseases. Baheda helps to manage loss of appetite, thirst, bloating and flatulence.
Amla (Phyllanthus emblica) is a traditional remedy that may help keep blood sugar at a steady level and prevent spikes after meals. Amla or Indian gooseberry is mostly recommended by health practitioners as a general tonic and as a topical treatment for skin and hair and other ailments. Amla contains a mineral called chromium, which helps in regulating the carbohydrate metabolism and making the body more responsive to the insulin that keeps the blood sugar in track. Amla contains a load of antioxidants which are extremely essential for our body as they quench the free radicals in the blood. Free radicals are those unstable molecules which can damage the cells. They form when atoms or molecules in our body gains or loses electrons. Their formation is normal but if they are not quenched, they can even harm our organs and their abilities to perform various functions. Only antioxidants can safely interact with free radicals by donating the missing electron to them but, when they do so, they become a free radical themselves. Our body can’t produce antioxidants on its own, so it becomes very important to have loads of antioxidants through our diet. Thus Amla is a must-have fruit for the diabetics to make sure that their blood sugar levels are controlled.
VIjaysar (Pterocarpus Marsupium) is a large deciduous tree that usually grows to a height of 3o metres. These trees grow in Nepal, Srilanka and India. It is usually found thriving in the western ghat regions, Karnataka-Kerala region, hilly regions of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, and in the forests of central India. Vijaysar is an excellent plant for managing high sugar levels by improving the metabolism due to its Tikta (bitter) and Kashaya (astringent) properties and Kapha-Pitta balancing doshas. The excellent anti-glycemic nature of Vijaysar plays a quintessential role in alleviating the blood sugar level of the body. Be it the bark powder, leaf juice or heartwood decoction, the production of insulin from the pancreatic β-cells becomes active on taking Vijaysar. It helps to reduce the breakdown of starch into glucose which in turn leads to low blood glucose levels.
Diabetes is a disorder characterized by chronic high blood glucose levels. Tulsi (Ocimum tenuiflorum) is very effective in boosting the secretion and utilization of the insulin hormone. The holy leaves of Tulsi are blessed with antioxidants and essential oils that produce mystic components like eugenol, methyl eugenol, and caryophyllene. These compounds aid in the secretion of insulin and increase the body’s sensitivity to insulin. Significantly greater improvements in glucose control occurred in those taking tulsi plus their usual medications. Spikes in blood glucose levels after eating also improved significantly. Tulsi leaves are said to have hypoglycaemic properties, which lower blood sugar levels and help prevent complications of diabetes.
Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia) acts as a hypoglycaemic agent and helps treat diabetes particularly Type 2 diabetes. This plant is known to have been mentioned in the ancient Indian texts of Ayurveda as Madhunashini, which in Sanskrit literally means "destroyer of sugar". Giloy is said to be a magical herb, which deals with a plethora of health problems, including diabetes. It has anti-inflammatory, anti-arthritic, anti-allergic, anti-malarial, and anti-diabetic properties. Giloy helps increase the production of insulin. It’s known to burn down extra glucose, making it easier for the body to moderate blood sugar. In many ayurvedic hospitals, giloy is the drug of choice in diabetic retinopathy along with vasa where we perform the putpaka (a panchkarma procedure) to prevent as well as reverse diabetic retinopathy.
One of the main problem that comes complimentary with diabetes is the skin problem. A lot of diabetes patients suffer from skin itching, eczema, boils, etcand also they heal very slow. To eliminate this problem we present to you DME-9. Karanja (Millettia pinnata) is a medicinal herb mainly used for skin disorders. All parts of Karanja tree (roots, flowers, leaves, bark) are used for medicinal purposes. Karanja is widely used in managing constipation as it helps to improve gut motility and has a laxative property. It might also be used for piles due to its astringent and anti-inflammatory properties. According to Ayurveda, Karanja oil is mainly applied on the skin to manage boils and eczema as well as heal wounds due to its Ropan (healing) and antimicrobial property. The paste of its leaves can also be applied on cuts and wounds to help promote healing. Karanja oil is also useful in arthritis due to its anti-inflammatory activity. Regularly bathing with Karanja leaf infusion helps to manage pain and inflammation. Karanja stem has been used for cleaning teeth and strengthen gums since ancient times.
Neem (Azadirachta indica) leaves are loaded with flavonoids, triterpenoid, anti-viral compounds and glycosides, which may help manage blood sugar levels and ensure there is no surge in glucose. Its leaf extractions broaden the blood vessels, thus enhancing the blood circulation and reduces the need for hypo-glycemic drugs. The leaves of the neem plant contain ascorbic acid, amino acid, nimbin, nimbandiol, hexacosanol, nimbanene, polyphenolic flavonoids and Quercetin, while the seeds of this herb contain constituents like azadirachtin and gedunin.
Kalmegh (Andrographis paniculata) is multi functional drug which acts as a Deepan & Pachan (digestive stimulant), hepatoprotective & improves liver functions, Rakta shodhak (blood purifier), reduced inflammation, laxative, apart of this Kalmegh acts on respiratory and metabolic disorders. It is a widely cultivated herb in Asia that grows 30 to 110 cm in height. The plant bears yellowish brown seeds with a very bitter taste. The plant part appearing above the ground is harvested in the autumn season. Kalmegh is good for diabetics as it is effective in lowering blood sugar levels by increasing insulin secretion. It also helps in managing blood pressure by widening the blood vessels and increasing blood flow. Kalmegh also helps to boost immunity and is used to manage the symptoms of the common cold, sinusitis and allergies due to its antimicrobial and immunomodulatory properties.
Gokhru (Tribulus terrestris) is an Ayurvedic herb most commonly known for its immunity boosting, aphrodisiac and rejuvenation properties. Its name is derived from two sanskrit words; ‘Go’ meaning cow and ‘Aakshura’ meaning hoof, as the fruits of this plant resemble the hooves of cows. It is beneficial for body building as well as improving the performance of athletes. Saponin present in Gokhru has blood sugar lowering properties. It helps lower the level of serum glucose, serum triglyceride, and serum cholesterol due to its antioxidant property. Gokhru helps to control blood sugar level by removing toxins from the body due to its Mutral (diuretic) properties.
21. AAM GUTHLI
Mango Seeds (Sternochetus mangiferae) are outstanding for lowering the levels of blood sugar and in the treatment of diabetes. So they are quite beneficial for those suffering from diabetes. These seeds help to change the enzymes in the intestine and liver, so that they absorb less glucose. Due to reduction of glucose absorption, blood sugar is also lowered. Mango seeds also help in reducing fat, weight of the body and the circumference of the waist. The ethanol extract of mango seed exhibit antidiabetic properties which is effective in controlling diabetes and can significantly reduce blood sugar levels. It also ensures healthy skin, healthy hairs and keeps away cardiovsacular disease.
Haldi (Curcuma longa) extract could help stabilize blood sugar levels and make diabetes more manageable. This extract can be found in over-the-counter supplements. It may also provide general health benefits, such as in aiding digestion. Scientists believe that turmeric may have properties that help reduce inflammation and oxidative stress, which are factors that appear to play a role in diabetes.
Dalchini (Cinnamomum verum) is known to contain large amounts of antioxidants that help the body reduce oxidative stress, a type of damage to cells that is caused by free radicals. Oxidative stress is attributed to the development of many chronic diseases, including type-2 diabetes. In people with diabetes, pancreas cannot produce enough insulin or cells may not respond to insulin properly, leading to unstable blood sugar levels, Dalchini increases insulin sensitivity immediately after consumption. Dalchini also helps lower the risk of other health conditions like heart diseases and blood pressure. Dalchini significantly lowers both systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Also Dalchini can help keep these blood sugar spikes after meals in check.
24. ARJUN CHHAL
Arjuna Chhal(Terminalia Arjuna) also known as the “Arjun tree bark” is a widely grown tree in India. It has various medicinal properties like antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial. Arjuna helps reduce the risk of heart diseases. It strengthens and tones the heart muscles and helps in proper functioning of the heart. It increases the uptake of glucose from the blood and inhibits some enzymes involved in glucose production, thus reducing blood glucose level. Arjuna Chhal also has strong anti-hypertensive property and helps reduce high blood pressure.
Over the years, Saunth (Zingiber officinale) has been used to help reduce blood sugar levels and help regulate insulin response in people with diabetes. Different ginger extracts, spissum and an oily extract, interact with serotonin receptors to reveres their effect on insulin secretion. Saunth has a low glycemic index (GI), so low as to be negligible. People with diabetes benefit from low GI foods because these foods release glucose into the blood at a slower rate, preventing unwanted spikes in blood sugar levels.
Kutki (Picrorhiza kurrooa) is known to balance blood sugar levels; thanks to its diuretic, anti-diabetic and hypocholesterolaemic properties that make it a rejuvenating herb for diabetics. Kutki is an amazing liver tonic, which not only helps control diabetes, but also cleanses the gut and expels the unwanted contents from the body. There are many other benefits of Kutki like- reduces inflammation, boosts immunity, beneficial for skin problems, helps with allergies and asthma, boosts metabolism etc along with maintaining blood sugar level and strengthening liver.
Oil from the “spice king”- Kalimirch (Piper nigrum) can manage and may even prevent type 2 diabetes and hypertension. Kalimirch oil naturally inhibits two enzymes that break down starch into glucose. This effect may help regulate blood glucose and delay glucose absorption. Kalimirch can prevent blood sugar from rising. Kalimirch inhibits the key enzymes associated with this disorder and can reduce fluctuations in blood sugar levels. It is also known as a major antioxidant, which can help relieve the condition in diabetes patients. Kalimirch is known to metabolise food because of its thermogenic effect.
Pippali (Piper longum) or Long pepper is a unique aromatic herb that has been with us for centuries owing to its extensive curative properties. The traditional herb goes by the botanical name Piper longum and comes from the Piperaceae family. The holistic science of ayurveda classifies this herb as a potent rejuvenative herb that has strong anti-ageing and aphrodisiac effects on the body and is widely used for treating diabetes, asthma, indigestion, cough and cold. The production of insulin from the β-pancreatic cells becomes active on taking pippali churna. It helps to reduce the breakdown of starch into glucose which in turn leads to low blood glucose levels.