Low cost Ayurvedic medicine for diabetes launched in Patna

Feb 24 , 2016


Aimil Healthcare

Low cost Ayurvedic medicine for diabetes launched in Patna

A low-cost Ayurvedic medicine has been developed by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) along with two other organisations for diabetes patients.

The medicine named “BGR—34” has been developed jointly by CSIR—NBRI (National Botanical Research Institute) Lucknow and CSIR—CIMAP (Central Institute of Medicinal & Aromatic Plants (Lucknow).

The medicine was launched here yesterday at the presence of A K S Rawat—Principal Senior Scientist CSIR— National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow and D N Mani Senior Scientist CSIR—Central Institute for Medicinal And Aromatic Plants, Lucknow.

It would help maintain normal Blood Glucose Metabolism and also reduce chances of long term complications, they said.

AIMIL Pharmaceuticals, a private company, has been given the marketing right of the Ayurvedic proprietary medicine, a company release said.

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  • 24 Feb 2016 manohar

    dear sir
    I am male 51 age, As am a diabetic patient for past 15 years, now i take GLYNASE -100 mg tablet, its not control my diabet,also am seriously told affected sexual intercose between my partner, am not give full satisfaction,because my pinnies not temper, so i need help from from side

  • 24 Feb 2016 ikrar

    Will losing a large amount of weight help me to avoid the diabetes that runs in my family? I am 19 years old and very overweight. I recently took my blood sugar a few times and the results scared me: 170 when I woke up.

  • 24 Feb 2016 yogesh

    I read that with type 2 diabetes, the production of insulin goes down with age. Does it ever go down to nothing? Is it possible to test how much insulin my body still produces?

  • 24 Feb 2016 istkar

    dear yogesh,
    Generally speaking, no, because you are not ingesting toothpaste. However, you do want to pay attention to the ingredients in things like cough syrup and other medicaitons over the counter that may have sugar in them. Many products have sugar free versions. Always ask your pharmacist when you aren’t clear about the best product to buy for diabetes.

  • 24 Feb 2016 yogesh

    Do people with diabetes need to use special toothpaste?

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