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Me and my wife have been suffering from Type-11 Dib since last 5 yrs. She was taking AZULIX-1 one tab a day and I was taking two 500mg METMORFIN a day. The sugar level varying from 105 to 125 in fasting and 120 to 140 PP. As per advice of a ayurvedic doctor started taken two ladies finger (vindi) and two capsules of GUDUCHI (in hindi-geloy, in sanskrit- amrita) with normal diet. Our blood sugar level came down considerably. I consulted my doctor( Appolo Hospt) and he advised to stop allopathy med. for my wife and my med dose reduce to half and asked to observe further dev. My wife presently is taking two guduchi and vindi water and me one only. My wife discontinue Alop. med and I am with one only for the last 3 months and OK.

Method of bhindi : Clean the bhindi and slightly remove tip and bottom portion of bhindi .From tip side make two cut perpendicular to each other but the pieces should not be separated out. Deep two such bhindi in a glass of drinking water keep it for whole night. In the morning squeeze the bhindi thoroughly so that all the saliva portion mix in the glass water. Take the water in the morning in empty stomach.

GUDUCHI: Available in the medical shop manufactured by Himalaya Drug company. One cap after BF and one cap after Din.

Diet: Normal, avoid all knd of sweets, raw sugar,potato,few restricted fruits and all kind of package drinks and fruit juices. Briskly walk for half an hour every day.

PRECAUTION: Pse dont discontinue the medicines that you are taking. Start the guduchi and vindi water along with your prescribed medicines. Check your BS level regularly when the BS level reciding gradually minimise your medicine after consulting with your doctor.

As per Med journel there is no side effect of guduchi/giloy/amrita.

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Please tell us what is your Hba1c,fasting sugar and PP sugar levels?

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That's good sign, please share more, thanks.


It doesn't address the problem of needing to control your carbohydrate intake. Google for the ACCORD study that found excess insulin, even when blood glucose is normalised, increases risk of mortality.


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