Ketav's Ayush Panchkarma India

Diabetes Ayurvedic Treatment

In Ayurveda, Diabetes is known as Madhumeha (Madhu means ‘honey’ and Meha means ‘urine’). Medhumeha is categorized as Vataj Meha (a problem caused by aggravation of Vata). Vata is a Bodly humor symbolizing wind and dryness. Deterioration of the body is a characteristic that indicates impairment of Vata. Maximum deterioration of dhatus (body tissues) occurs in this type of disease and this is the reason why all vital organs are affected by Diabetes.

The other prime cause of Diabetes is impaired digestion. Impaired digestion leads to accumulation of specific digestive impurities (known as ama) which accumulate in the pancreatic cells and impair the production of insulin.

The treatment of Diabetes recommended in Ayurveda ? as against modern medicine ? is aimed at rejuvenating the body to not only balance sugar levels, but also foster a positive change in the patient’s life. Ayurvedic medicines work on the root cause of the disease strengthening the patient’s immunity enhancing digestion and helping him lead an overall healthy life. Along with medication, dietary and lifestyle changes are also recommended to rejuvenate the body’s cells and tissues, allowing them to produce insulin properly.

As diabetic complication the disease affects 3 main vital points (3 Marmas) of body. They are Shiras(Head), Hrudaya (Heart) and Vasti (Urinary Bladder) – which causes Visual problems (Diabetic retinopathy) Memory loss, Psuedo hunger, Heart disease, Loss of sensation (Diabetic Neuropathy) and Kidney disorders, Urine Incontinence, Prostratic complaints ( Diabetic Nephropathy) along with chance of Non healing Ulcers and Gangrenes.

At our center we cure all the curable forms of prameha by detoxifying the body and the rejuvenating the agni (liver and pancreas). We have very scientific approach for diabetes treatment, which includes life style changes, diet changes, yoga asana, dhyana, oral medications along with panchkarma. Which ensures a healthy and long life for our patients?