Adding to the comprehensive range of available Atiya medicinal products, Honorable Hakim Suleman Khan, post deliberation and putting ample amount of efforts, has emerged with a new peerless product named D. Care medicine which exclusively takes care of the patients suffering from diabetes. D. Care capsules are effective in all the three kinds of diabetes; Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes and Gestational Diabetes. However, one needs to pay heed to their eating habits as well in order to derive maximum benefits.
The four fine natural ingredients which go in the making of D. Care are the reason behind its efficacy on the diabetes:
Chiraita – Also known as Chirayata, Swertia Chirayta carries the ability to lower blood sugar in the body. Various studies conducted have shown that Chriyata is used to reduce blood sugar levels to control diabetes. It stimulates insulin production in pancreatic cells leading to the lowering of blood sugar naturally.
Neem – Neem is quite a renowned herbal remedy which has been used by the ancient healers since primeval times for reducing sugar levels in Type 2 diabetic patients. It has been scientifically proven that the extract of neem leaves reduces glucose levels without causing any potential side-effects. It improves insulin sensitivity.
Jamun – Also known as Black Plum, fruit and seed of Jamun are good for diabetic patients. The black plum has anti-diabetic features. Extracts of bark, leaves and seeds are used in combination with herbs to reduce levels of glycosuria and blood sugar. The sugar patient should eat Jamun regularly because of its low glycemic index.
Karela – Also known as Bitter Melon, Karela constitutes anti-diabetic properties. The fruit of bitter melon is used for the treatment of diabetes. Bitter melon (Momordica Charantia) is used as an anti-diabetic plant because of its hypoglycemic effect. Studies have shown that it repairs damaged β-cells, increases insulin levels and also enhances the sensitivity of insulin.The
recommended dosage of D. Care medicine is 1 capsule twice a day or as directed
by the physician.