Ayurvedic Treatment For Diabetes

January 13, 2013 by  
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Diabetes mellitus is a disease in which the body is unable to regulate the amount of sugar in the blood. Diabetes is of two types. In type 1 diabetes people either does not produce enough insulin or produces too little insulin to regulate blood glucose level and in type 2 diabetes the pancreas secretes insulin but the body cannot use insulin properly.

Type 1 diabetes is in childhood or adolescence but can also occur in an older individual due to destruction of pancreas by alcohol, disease, or removal by surgery. It also results from progressive failure of the pancreatic beta cells, which produce insulin.

Type 1 diabetes is also known as juvenile-onset diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.

Type 2 diabetes is diagnosed in adulthood, usually after age 45 years. People with type 2 diabetes need to control insulin in their blood sugar levels. Type 2 diabetes is also known as adult-onset diabetes mellitus, or non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.

Diabetes is spreading rapidly and India is the diabetic capital. Diabetes is leading cause of death and disability and can also cause heart disease and stroke.

The classical symptoms of diabetes are frequent urination, increased thirst and increased hunger. In type 1 diabetes symptoms may develop rapidly with in weeks or months while in type 2 diabetes symptoms usually develop slowly and sometimes may be absent also.

Diabetes Treatment

The ayurvedic treatment is the best method of treatment for people suffering from diabetes. There are many herbal preparations for diabetes along with it exercise and yoga is another basic of ayurvedic treatment for diabetes.
Shilajit, turmeric, neem, amalaki, guggul and arjuna are the most important herbs which are considered to be the nutritional supplements to restore balance in body.
1. Taking one tablespoon bitter gourd juice empty stomach is the best remedy for diabetes. 2 capsules of turmeric thrice a day before meal also helps a lot.
2. A glass of water with 10 tulsi leaves, 10 neem leaves and 10 belpatras early morning on an empty stomach also helps in keeping sugar levels under control.
3. Drinking copper water is also one of the ayurvedic treatments to control diabetes.

The right diet prescribed by practitioners also helps in reduction of blood sugar level. Eliminating the foods like rice, wheat, sugarcane and fatty foods from diet is the part of ayurvedic treatment for diabetes.

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Vietnamese named : Sung Ngái, cây Ngái, Dã Vô Hoa, M?y M?t ( dân t?c Tày )
Common names : Hairy Fig, devil fig, opposite-leaved fig-tree, rough-leaved fig
Scientist name : Ficus hispida L.f.
Synonyms : Covellia hispida (Linnaeus f.) Miquel; Ficus compressa S. S. Chang; F. heterostyla Merrill; F. hispida var. badiostrigosa Corner; F. hispida var. rubra Corner; F. letaqui H. Léveillé & Vaniot; F. sambucixylon H. Léveillé.
Family : Moraceae. H? Dâu T?m

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M?t s? k?t qu? nghiên c?u thành ph?n hoá h?c và ho?t ch?t sinh h?c c?a cây ngái (Ficus hispida L.) Vi?t Nam

Tóm t?t ti?ng Vi?t
Cây ngái là m?t cây thu?c dân t?c quý, cành, lá và qu? ??u ch?a các ho?t ch?t sinh h?c, ??c bi?t là ho?t ch?t ch?ng ung th?. Do ?ó vi?c s? d?ng cây này trong các bài thu?c gia truy?n ch?ng ung th? c?a dân t?c Thái Con Cuông (Ngh? An) luôn v?i t?n su?t cao.


(Ficus hispida); tk. sung ngái. H? Dâu T?m (Moraceae).

Cây nh?, cao 3 – 7m, có khi h?n. Cành non có nhi?u lông ráp, cành già nh?n. Lá to m?c ??i, hình trái xoan, ??u h?i nh?n, mép khía r?ng, có lông nháp ? c? hai m?t, 3 gân chính to? t? g?c. c?m hoa có d?ng qu? nh? m?c ? g?c cây, trên thân và ?ôi khi ? cành già ?ã r?ng lá. Qu? lo?i sung hình c?u ho?c hình qu? lê, m?t ngoài có lông, khi chín màu vàng. Cây m?c hoang nhi?u n?i ? Vi?t Nam: ven ???ng, b? sông, b? su?i.

Có th? phòng s?t rét b?ng cách l?y lá ho?c v? thân Ngái n??ng vàng, s?c n??c u?ng thay trà h?ng ngày (Nam d??c th?n hi?u). T?m g?i s?ng trên cây Ngái c?ng ???c dùng v?i li?u 30 – 50g, ph?i khô, thái nh?, s?c ??c u?ng ch?a ki?t l? ra máu.

**** VHO.VN.

Cây ngái (Ficus hispida L.f) thu?c h? dâu t?m (Moraceae), có tên khác là sung ngái, dã vô hoa, ng??i Tày g?i là m?y m?t, là m?t cây nh?, cao 5-7m. Cành non có nhi?u lông c?ng, nháp, màu nâu xám, cành già nh?n.

Cây ngái (Ficus hispida L.f) thu?c h? dâu t?m (Moraceae), có tên khác là sung ngái, dã vô hoa, ng??i Tày g?i là m?y m?t, là m?t cây nh?, cao 5-7m. Cành non có nhi?u lông c?ng, nháp, màu nâu xám, cành già nh?n. Lá m?c ??i, hình b?u d?c ho?c trái xoan, dài 11-20cm, r?ng 5-12cm, g?c tròn, ??u tù có m?i nh?n ng?n, mép khía r?ng, hai m?t có lông nháp; lá kèm có lông ng?n.

C?m hoa m?c ? g?c thân và cành già g?m hoa ??c và hoa cái; hoa ??c r?t nhi?u t?p trung ? ??nh c?m hoa, 3 lá ?ài lõm, nh? 1; hoa cái có b?u b?c b?i ?ài. Qu? ph?c d?ng sung, hình c?u, thót l?i ? g?c, ??u b?t, v? ngoài có lông nháp.
Theo kinh nghi?m dân gian, t?t c? các b? ph?n c?a cây ngái ??u có tác d?ng ch?a b?nh.

Lá: Lá ngái ???c thu hái quanh n?m, lo?i b? lá sâu, lá úa, r?a s?ch, giã nát, thêm n??c sôi ?? ngu?i, g?n u?ng ch?a s?t rét. ?? phòng s?t rét, có th? l?y lá sao vàng, n?u n??c u?ng h?ng ngày (Nam d??c th?n hi?u).
Búp non lá ngái giã nát v?i h?t cau (li?u l??ng b?ng nhau) dùng ??p ch?a ?inh râu.
V? thân, thu hái vào mùa xuân, lúc này v? ch?a nhi?u nh?a d? bóc, c?o s?ch v? ngoài, ph?i ho?c s?y khô. Khi dùng, l?y v? thân ngái 50g, ngâm n??c vo g?o trong 2 gi?, r?i l?y ra, thái nh?, ph?i khô, sao vàng; lá sung 30g, mã ?? 30g, ph?i khô, c?t nh?, b? hóng 1 nhúm. T?t c? tr?n ??u, s?c v?i 400ml n??c còn 100ml, u?ng làm hai l?n trong ngày, ch?a phù th?ng.
?? ch?a tiêu ch?y do b? ng? ??c, l?y v? thân ngái 30g, r? cây x??ng r?n 20g, r? màng tang 20g. T?t c? ph?i khô, c?t nh?, sao vàng, s?c u?ng ngày 1 thang.
R?, thu hái vào mùa thu, ch? l?y v? r?, r?a s?ch, ph?i ho?c s?y khô. Ch?a ?au l?ng, nh?c x??ng: r? ngái 50g, r? c? x??c 30g, dây ?au x??ng 30g, r? si 30g, thái nh?, sao vàng, s?c u?ng.
Ch?a th?p nhi?t, ti?u ti?n không thông: R? ngái 50g, th? ph?c linh 50g, r? c?i xay 30g, r? c? x??c 20g, mã ?? 20g. S?c u?ng.
Qu?, qu? ngái ??t thành than, ngâm r??u, dùng ng?m h?ng ngày, ch?a sâu r?ng.
Ngoài ra, t?m g?i cây ngái s?c u?ng ch?a ki?t l? ra máu, ph?i h?p v?i lá b??i bung, ph?i khô, sao vàng, s?c u?ng, ch?a s?t rét.

Tác gi?: DS. H?u B?o
Ngu?n: Báo s?c kh?e và ??i s?ng S? 1243 – Th? n?m 30/11/2006



Studies on anti-diarrhoeal activity of Ficus hispida. Leaf extract in rats

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Subhash C. Mandal, and C. K. Ashok Kumar
Division of pharmacognosy, Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Jadavpur University, Calcutta 700 032 (W.B.), India
Received 11 July 2002; accepted 17 September 2002. ; Available online 11 December 2002.
Methanol extract of Ficus hispida L. showed significant inhibitory activity against castor oil-induced diarrhoea and PGE2-induced enteropooling in rats. It also showed a significant reduction in gastro-intestinal motility on charcoal meal test in rats. The results obtained establish the F. hispida leaf extract as an anti-diarrhoeal agent.


34. Ficus hispida Linnaeus f., Suppl. Pl. 442. 1782.
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Covellia hispida (Linnaeus f.) Miquel; Ficus compressa S. S. Chang; F. heterostyla Merrill; F. hispida var. badiostrigosa Corner; F. hispida var. rubra Corner; F. letaqui H. Léveillé & Vaniot; F. sambucixylon H. Léveillé.
Shrubs or small trees, coarsely hairy; dioecious. Stipules usually 4 and decussate on leafless fruiting branchlets, ovate-lanceolate. Leaves opposite; petiole 1-4 cm, with short thick hairs; leaf blade ovate, oblong, or obovate-oblong, 10-25 × 5-10 cm, thickly papery, abaxially with coarse gray hairs, adaxially rough and with short thick hairs, base rounded to ± cuneate, margin entire or bluntly toothed, apex acute to mucronate; secondary veins 6-9 on each side of midvein. Figs axillary on normal leafy shoots, sometimes on leafless branchlets or branchlets from main branches, solitary or paired, yellow or red when mature, top-shaped, 1.2-3 cm in diam., with short scattered hairs, pedunculate; involucre bracts present; lateral bracts sometimes present. Male flowers: many, near apical pore; calyx lobes 3, thinly membranous; stamen 1. Gall flowers: calyx absent; style subapical, short, thick. Female flowers: calyx lobes absent; style lateral, with hairs. Fl. Jun-Jul.
Along streams, plains; 700-1500 m. Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan, Yunnan [Bhutan, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, New Guinea, Sikkim, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam; Australia].
Varieties have been based on differences in fruit size and color but these vary too continuously to justify recognition of formal taxa.


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Name: Ficus hispida
Filename: Ficus_hispida.jpg
Botanical name : Ficus hispida Linn.f.
Family : Moraceae
Malayu, Kakodumbarika
Rasa : Tikta, Kashaya
Guna : Guru
Virya : Seeta.
English : Creeping fig.
Hindi : Gobla
Malayalam : Erumanak, Parakam, Kattatti.
Distribution – Throughout India growing wild in evergreen forests and waste lands.
A moderate sized tree grows up to 5 meters in height. Leaves opposite, long, with scrubby surfaces, pubescent; receptacles fascicled in the stem, obovoid, hispid, green and turns yellow when ripe.
Plant pacifies vitiated pitta, leukoderma, psoriasis, hemorrhoids, ulcers, jaundice, inflammations, fever and alopecia.
Useful part : Leaves, Fruits, Bark.


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