This allopathic drug mixture may help you deal with DIABETES

0
405

Diabetes – one of the most common diseases that has affected almost half of the total population on this planet. What is this disease exactly? While many of you must know the disease very well by now, let’s understand the concept and how allopathic it can treat. Also Read – Yoga For Diabetes: Try These 5 Asanas To Keep Your Blood Sugar Under Control

Diabetes is a disease caused when your blood sugar levels are way too high than normal. Blood sugar is your body’s most important and most important source of energy and is obtained from food. Curious about the whole process? Let’s dive in. Also read – Diabetes: This is why you should drink green tea when you have high blood sugar

Diabetes – When and How Does It Affect You?

Diabetes occurs when your body doesn’t make enough insulin. What is the insulin? Insulin is a hormone made by the pancreas that helps the glucose from the food you eat get into your cells and be used as a source of energy. When your body can’t make enough insulin, this glucose builds up in your blood. Over time, when the levels of glucose in your blood get extremely high, health problems such as diabetes appear. Also Read – Eat Black Currants Daily To Control Your Diabetes: Some Interesting Ways To Add It To Your Diet

Warning signs and symptoms of diabetes

Now you know what diabetes is. It is very important to understand the warning signs and symptoms of this disease. Only knowing the signs can you get timely treatment and reduce the severity of the disease.

Here are some of the symptoms you should know about:

1. Frequent urination.

2. Sudden weight loss

3. Increase in food intake (hunger)

4. Extreme tiredness or exhaustion

5. Loss of vision

But wait! There is good news …

But there is good news. The Ayurvedic formulation BGR-34, together with the allopathic drug glibenclamide, can play an important role in the control of diabetes.

A study carried out by the doctors at AIIMS in Delhi found that a combination of allopathic drugs can have a positive effect on diabetes.

The results are important because people with diabetes are two to four times more likely than others to have cardiovascular disease, fatal comorbidities that can put people at high risk of contracting COVID-19.

The growth of diabetes can be stopped with this combination of active ingredients

According to the study reports, the doctors at AIIMS found that the pace of diabetes growth can be stopped if an allopathic drug is incorporated into BGR-34, a herbal formulation fortified with antioxidant properties that do not allow bad cholesterol to settle in Heart accumulates arteries.

To determine the effectiveness of BGR-34 with allopathic drugs, doctors at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) gave the Ayurvedic formulation and the allopathic drug glibenclamide separately to one group and in combination with another group in the study.

Diabetes Cure – “Two Are Better Than One”

Speaking to the media, doctors said that the interim results showed that the combination group given Ayurvedic BGR-34 and glibenclamide had greater improvements in insulin levels than those given only allopathic drugs.

It also showed the cholesterol-lowering (cardioprotective) effect. The study also found that BGR-34 improved lipid profile in terms of triglycerides and VLDL (very low density lipoprotein) levels, showing that it can be taken safely with synthetic antidiabetic drugs.

BGR-34 – What is it made of?

Based on herbs like Vijaysar, Daruharidra, Manjisth, Gudmar, Giloe and Methika found in the upper region of the Himalayas, BGR-34 was established after extensive research by the two Lucknow-based laboratories of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research – Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (CIMAP) and National Botanical Research Institute (NBRI).

Recently, a team of scientists from the University of Tehran had found in their separate study that herbal medicines with antioxidant properties can reduce the risk of COVID-19 in diabetics.

Published: January 31, 2021 11:31 a.m.