Divya Madhunashini Vati; What it is, How it Works and All of its Benefits.

What is Divya Madhunashini Vati and how can you benefit from it? 

Madhunashini, which in Sanskrit means the ‘Destroyer of Sugar’, is an Ayurvedic Medicine used for Diabetes and the complications that arise from Diabetes. It can support and nourish the pancreas which is the organ that helps with blood sugar level regulation. Madhunashini Vati has been also known to boost the immune system and increase energy levels. In this article we will explore what Madhunashini Vati is, how it works, analyse its main ingredients and explore its numerous benefits.

The Madhunashini we will be discussing is from Patanjali, a well known Indian consumer goods company. Its founders believe strongly in the power of Ayurvedic Medicine, an ancient Indian system of holistic medicine to treat and prevent diseases. Ayurvedic medicine integrates mental and physical aspects to promote a longer and healthier life.

Patanjali has become the leading Ayurvedic company in India to date. Their products use high quality natural, wild harvested and organic ingredients which is why they are our recommended choice for Madhunashini Vati.

Tulsi health, Trusted Providers of Patanjali UK products, aim to source the very best of Ayurvedic Medicine and Divya Madhunashini Vati is just one of these.

What is Divya Madhunashini Vati

Divya Madhunashini Vati is an ancient Ayurvedic Medicine formulated by Patanjali. Divya Madhunashini Vati, as mentioned above, can help with Diabetes and the complications that arise from Diabetes. Diabetes can affect the vision, the immune system, deteriorate the limbs and can cause skin and weight issues. Introducing Divya Madhunashini Vati into your life can help control these Diabetes-related issues, and much more.

Moreover, Divya Madhunashin can help you boost your immune system and strengthen your  nervous system, restoring your vitality and health.

Divya Madhunashini Vati’s Ingredients

  • Giloy (Tinosporacordifolia) 
  • Karela (Momordicacharantia) 
  • Bel Patra (Aegle marmelos) 
  • Gudmar (Gymnemasylvestre) 
  • HaradChhoti(Terminal ia chebula) 
  • Gokharu (Tribululsterrestris) 
  • Vat Jata (Ficusbengalensis) 
  • Haldi (Curcuma longa) 
  • Methi (Trigonellafoenum- graecum) 
  • Kudachhal(Holarrhen a - antidysenterica) 
  • Neem Patra (Azadirachtandica) 
  • Ashwagandha (Withaniasomnifera) 
  • Baheda (Terminalia belerica) 
  • Kalmegha(Andographicspaniculata) 
  • Kachur (Curcuma zedoaria) 
  • Neem (Azadirachtaindica) 
  • Amla (Emblica officinalis) 
  • ShilajeetShuddh (Asphaltum) 
  • Jamun (Syzygiumcumini) 
  • Kali Jeeri(Centratherumanthel minticum) 
  • Chirayata (Swertiachirata) 
  • Kutki (Picrorhizakurroa) 
  • Babul (Acacia Arabica) 
  • KuchlaShuddh (Strychnosnux- vomica) 
  • Atish (Aconitum heterophyllum) 
  • PravalPishti 
  • VangBhasma 
  • LauhBhasma

How Divya Madhunashini Works

Divya Madhunashini helps to maintain balanced blood glucose (sugar) levels. Unstable blood glucose levels are a consequence of Diabetes and can result in a number of serious and life altering health issues if they remain uncontrolled. 

Unstable blood glucose levels happen in Diabetic patients because their pancreas either produces no insulin (Type 1 Diabetes) or very little insulin (Type 2 Diabetes). Insulin is an important hormone which converts glucose (sugar) into glycogen, the stored form of glucose, resulting in the lowering of blood glucose levels (less sugar in the blood). 

Divya Madhunashini Vati in a nutshell contains powerful Ayurvedic herbs which help to stimulate and nourish the pancreas, resulting in an increased release of insulin resulting in lower blood glucose levels. It can also help with weight management as it reduces cravings for sweet foods, this is particularly useful in type 2 Diabetes where weight management is an issue. 

Below we go into more depth of how some of the main ingredients of Divya Madhunashni Vati work to lower blood glucose levels, promote insulin production and manage weight issues. 

Giloy (Tinosporacordifolia

Giloy is a herbaceous vine that is indigenous to the tropical areas of India, Myanmar, and Sri Lanka. Giloy is thought to have pancreas stimulating properties, promoting and encouraging insulin release. This helps to convert excess glucose into glycogen reducing blood glucose levels. 

Karela (Momordicacharantia

Karela, also known as bitter melon, gets its name from its taste. The plant becomes more  and more bitter as it ripens. Karela has been shown in studies to have anti-Diabeteic properties. Karela has been shown to promote the removal of glucose from the blood into your body's cells resulting in lower blood glucose levels. Karela may also prevent the conversion of glycogen to glucose, meaning Karela reduces blood glucose levels in not one, but two different ways. 

Gudmar (Gymnemasylvestre

Gudamar is a woody climbing shrub that’s native to the tropical forests of India, Africa and Australia. Its leaves have been used in Ayurveda for thousands of years.

This powerful herb has pancreas stimulating properties which increases the secretion of insulin.

Gudamar is also thought to block glucose receptors in your intestines, thus sugar absorption, lowering your post-meal blood glucose levels. Studies conclude that reducing blood sugar after a meal resulted in a decrease in average blood  levels over time. Meaning Gudamar could help decrease long-term complications of Diabetes.

Gudamar  has also been shown to reduce cravings for sugar. Research shows that this herb can reduce the ability to taste sweetness and thus make sweet foods less appealing. This may be particularly useful in Type 2 Diabetes where weight management is often an issue. 

Haldi (Curcuma longa

Haldi, also known as Turmeric, is one of the most important herbs in Ayurveda due to its wealth of benefits. It’s most commonly used for improving liver and digestion functions, as well as for easing pain from conditions such as arthritis. However, it can also be helpful with Diabetes. 

The active ingredient in Turmeric, Curcumin,  has been shown in studies to decrease the level of glucose in the blood. Researchers also found that Curcumin may have a role in Diabetes prevention.

Methi (Trigonellafoenum graecum

Methi, also known as Fenugreek, is an aromatic plant most commonly used for cooking but has also shown useful properties as an anti-diabetic. Methi is thought to reduce blood glucose levels by slowing down digestion and absorption of carbohydrates 

Neem Patra (Azadirachtandica

Neem is a bitter plant known for its medicinal benefits and is even worshipped in some parts of India. Some studies have shown that compounds found in neem can be beneficial in controlling Type 2 Diabetes. A study published in the Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology found that neem may also be helpful in preventing the onset of the disease.

Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera

Ashwagandha is a well known adaptogenic herb and one of the most commonly used herbs in Ayurveda for its numerous health benefits. Ashwagandha is most commonly used for stress, rest, mood and recovery but it also has important anti-diabetic properties. Ashwagandha has shown in some studies not only to promote insulin release but also improve the body's sensitivity to insulin. 

Shilajeet Shuddh (Asphaltum

Shilajeet Shuddh is a resin that’s packed full of minerals and is carefully collected from the highest regions of the Himalayan Mountains. Shilajeet has a powerful antioxidant profile which offers protection to the body's cells, including the cells in the body which produce Insulin (beta cells islets of langerhans). Protection of these insulin producing cells allows them to continue to function on their own for longer.

Divya Madhunashini contains over 28 different powerful anti-diabetic herbs, we’ve covered the main ones above. If you have any questions on any of the other ingredients please get in touch! Our experts will be more than happy to answer any of your questions. You can contact us here. 

Divya Madhunashini Vati’s Benefits

The powerful Ayurvedic Herbs found in Divya Madhunashini is known primarily to help with Diabetes and the complications that arise from this condition but it also has other useful benefits. We've listed all of Divya Madhunashini Vati's benefits below.

  1.  Blood Sugar Regulation
  2. Thought to Stimulate the Pancreas
  3. Assists in Metabolising carbohydrates (sugars)
  4. Useful in Weight Management 
  5. Useful in Blood pressure management
  6. Anti Inflammatory benefits
  7. Immune system booster & energy increase
  8. Powerful antioxidant
  9. Helps manage stress and anxiety

How to take Divya Madhunashini Vati

Take 1-2 tablets twice a day with water. Tablets must be taken one hour before breakfast and then one hour before dinner.

Consult your healthcare advisor before the use of this product during pregnancy, breastfeeding or if you are on any other medications. Keep out of reach of children. Do not exceed directions for use or use this product as a substitute for a varied diet. Discontinue if you experience any adverse reactions.

Is Divya Madhunashini Vati Safe?

Divya Madhunashini Vati is well tolerated by most people. However, we strongly recommend you consult your healthcare professional before taking any supplement. Something to bear in mind is that Madhunashini Vati contains Strychnos Nux-Vomica, which is not safe for pregnant women. Therefore, Madhunashini Vati should not be taken during pregnancy.

 Conclusion

Patanjali's Divya Madhunashini Vati is a comprehensive Ayurvedic medicine for Diabetes and the complications that arise from Diabetes. it contains powerful herbs which can stimulate the pancreas to produce more insulin, the crucial hormone involved in blood glucose management and also assist with weight and energy issues.

Tulsi Health are Trusted Patanjali UK providers. Buy your Divya Madhunashini here

All information sourced from https://www.patanjaliayurved.net/