Madhuneel Amrut Churna

Diabetes, often referred to by doctors as diabetes mellitus, describes a group of metabolic diseases in which the person has high blood glucose (blood sugar), either because insulin production is inadequate, or because the body’s cells do not respond properly to insulin or both.

Ayurvedic Management of Diabetes Mellitus

Madhumeha which has been correlated with Diabetes Mellitus has become a global problem in spite of advances in modern science. India has been projected by WHO as the country with the fastest-growing population of Diabetic patients. It is estimated that between 1995 – 2025 diabetic patients in India will increase by 195%.
Diabetes Mellitus is also a maharoga (major disease) because it affects most parts of the body and every cell of the human physiology. The ancient Indian physicians described not only the sweetness of urine as one of the major symptoms but also the relationship of the disease with disturbance of the 5 sheaths of the body – annamaya kosha{Food sheath}, pranamaya kosha{Energy sheath}, manomaya kosha{Mind Sheath}, vijnana maya kosha{Intalectual Sheath} and anandamaya kosha{Bliss Sheath}.
All classical texts describe prameha. The word prameha derived from the root mih sechane meaning watering that means a dilution of everything in the body not only urine). The main causes of prameha (diabetes) are lack of exercise and improper food habits in excess food intake which falls in the category of ushna, snigdha and guru are the primal cause of this disease – fish, curd is good examples. Foods that increase kapha, medhas and moothra are the etiological factors for prameha.

Yashcha kinchith vidhiranyepi sleshma medho moothra samjananam sa sarva: nidana vishesha

Ayurveda clearly indicates a few herbal remedies, to get rid of diabetic complications. These herbs regulate the Insulin ratio in the body & rejuvenate the body cells to work efficiently. Researches on all these ayurvedic herbs lead Dhanwantari to launch Madhuneel Amrut Churna.

Active ingredients of Madhuneel Amrut Churna


(Andrographis Paniculata)
It has been reported as having antibacterial, antifungal, choleretic ( increase the production and flow of bile), hypoglycemic, and adaptogenic effects(reduce the impacts of stress).


(Picrorhiza kurroa root
Its role of Suppressing renal NADPH oxides to treat diabetic nephropathy is amazing Picrorhiza contains chemicals that might stimulate the immune system, kill cancer cells, and relieve inflammation (swelling).

Kutja Roots

(Holarrhena Antidysenterica root)
 It may delay the development of diabetic complications and can correct metabolic abnormalities through a variety of mechanisms. Phytoconstituents in plants are responsible for anti-diabetic effects.


(Gymnema Sylvestre)
Gymnema contains substances that decrease the absorption of sugar from the intestine. Gymnema may also increase the amount of insulin in the body and increase the growth of cells, which is the place in the body where insulin is made.


(Azadirachta Indica)
It has been reported to correct altered glycemia in diabetes. An indica supposed to be an alternative medicine to prevent long-term complications of diabetes. It Strengthens antioxidant defense.


(Enicostemma littorale Blume)
This herb is known for its anti-inflammatory, anticancer & hepatoprotective activities. A number of studies have been reported of its antidiabetic activities in type 2 diabetes patients. An aqueous extract of E littorale was reported to show hypolipidemic & antioxidant effects.


(Bitter Guard)

Bitter melon has been found to increase insulin sensitivity. Bitter melon also contains a lectin that has insulin-like activity due to its nonprotein-specific linking together to insulin receptors. fruit juice causes a reduction in fasting blood glucose.

Jamun ke beej

(Syzygium cumini)
Medicinal herbs used in indigenous medicines for the management of diabetes mellitus contain both organic and inorganic constituents. Some of these inorganic trace elements possess anti-diabetic properties.

Devil Tree

( Alstonia scholaris )
Alfa Glycosidase Inhibitors are used in the treatment of non-insulin-dependent diabetes, similar properties are seen in extracts of Devil tree bark.


Kala Jeera

( black cumin)
Black Cumin contains phenolic compounds, antioxidants, and has anti-hyperglycemic, antimicrobial activity. The anti-diabetic potential of black cumin is plausibly through enhancing glucose uptake and insulin secretion.


1 tea-spoon in the morning, before breakfast.
1 tea-spoon before dinner.