Shree Navgrah Ashram has been treating various diseases with the help of Ayurveda. In the pursuit of this aim, the ashram has provided successful cultivated more than 400 in-house Ayurvedic herbs which help assist healing for various ailments. Diabetes treatment in India is multifold depending on Western medicine practices. Our Ayurvedic Ashram is equipped to provide Herbal treatments as alternate therapy with the help of Ayurvedic medicine. Our Ayurvedic treatment for Diabetes is divided upon the different types of Diabetes and the diseases’ stage of advancement. This Ayurvedic treatment center in India is equipped at providing world-class service in the field of alternate healthcare.
Holistic Living with Ayurveda
In the ancient Ayurvedic medicine practice, diabetes is referred to as Madhumeha, a Sanskrit term.
According to Ayurveda, a body is in its healthiest state if and when Vata, Pitta, and Kapha are in balance. Any imbalance will lead to health ailments. Type 1 is described as an imbalance of the Vata (Air & Wind) dosha. Type 2, is an excess of the Kapha (Water & Earth) dosha.
Holistic practitioners in India attribute the development of diabetes to a decrease in the digestive fire, or “Agni,” and thereby a diminished ability of the body to metabolize energy and eliminate toxins. It recognizes the multifactorial nature of diabetes, making reference to tendencies inherited at birth as well as accumulated imbalances of potentially all three doshas or mind-body constitutions (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha). Diabetes treatment focuses on striking balance in the three main doshas of the body.
Role of diet in disease’s prevention
Ayurvedic medicine for Diabetes also consists of making changes to one’s diet. Diet plays a crucial role in diabetes prevention as well as management. The effectiveness and significance of natural ingredients cannot be overlooked in treating and managing diabetes.
Needless to say, foods low in the glycemic index must be included in the diet. Besides this, one must load up on green leafy vegetables. Omega 3 fatty acids, especially the ones alternatively known as brain fatty acids must be a part of the daily diet; these would include nuts and seeds like flax seeds, walnuts et cetera. The foods should be laxative in nature; therefore soak seeds and nuts before consuming them as eating them may cause constipation. The idea is to keep your intestinal path clean and clear and avoid falling prey to constipation.
Hemp seeds and ingredients like bitter gourd, amla, and aloe vera have also been found effective in managing and controlling diabetes.
A special Ayurvedic ashram in India, at Shree Navgrah Ashram, every Friday, free counseling sessions are held for Diabetes patients, followed by free distribution of medicines. We aim at providing valuable services to humanity and redefining health care with Ayurvedic practices.