ARK FOR DIABETES
Diabetes is a dangerous illness characterized by an abnormally high blood glucose level. It can happen if your body generates insufficient insulin or if the insulin it produces is ineffective. Or when your body is unable to create any insulin.
All types of diabetes lead patients to have too much glucose (sugar) in their bloodstream. However, we all require some glucose. It is the source of our energy. When our systems break down the carbs we eat or drink, we get glucose. This glucose is then released into our bloodstream.
We also require the hormone insulin. Insulin is produced by our pancreas and permits glucose in our blood to enter our cells and energize our bodies.
If you don’t have diabetes, your pancreas detects glucose in your bloodstream and releases the appropriate quantity of insulin to allow the glucose to enter your cells. This technique, however, does not work if you have diabetes.
Ayurveda on diabetes:
Diabetes is known as ‘Madhumeha’ in Ayurveda. Insulin resistance is the term for it. It causes an increase in blood or urine sugar levels. Feeling thirsty and frequently peeing, feeling very hungry or exhausted, sudden weight loss, dry or itchy skin, numbness, tingling sensations, and fuzzy eyesight are all common symptoms.
Natural Ayurvedic herbs such as amla and turmeric can assist enhance metabolism and reducing cellular resistance. Fenugreek extract also aids inthe absorption of sugar from the stomach into the bloodstream, and meshashrungi extract has the capacity to repair and regenerate pancreatic cells as well as improve pancreatic functions, encouraging natural insulin production.
ARK-D For Diabetes Functions:
Apart from these natural cures and methods, our ARK-D for Diabetes Madhunil and Madhuyog can assist reduce hyperglycemic and hyperlipidaemic disorders without causing any hazardous or negative effects.
While today’s lifestyle is demanding, and health has taken a backseat for the majority of people, following these measures can help to create a brighter tomorrow and cure Diabetes of its source.