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A CLINICAL STUDY ON THE EFFICACY OF CERTAIN HERBAL DRUGS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MADHUMEHA (NON-INSULIN DEPENDENT DIABETES MELLITUS)

*Dr. H.M.L. Meena, Dr. Ram Kishore Joshi, Dr. Anu Bhatanagar, Dr. G. Babu, Dr. Monika Kumari

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Diabetes is appallingly becoming an epidemic in India, with more than 62 million diabetic individuals currently diagnosed with the disease. India, already the diabetic capital of the world, is heading towards the diabetic explosion. The etiology of diabetes in India is multifactorial which includes genetic factors coupled with environmental influences such as obesity and lifestyle changes. Striking similarities are noted between Diabetes and Madhumeha described in Ayurveda. The current study aimed at evaluating the efficacy of Nishadi Churna on fifty known cases of Madhumeha (Non-insulin depended Diabetes Mellitus) patients selected from the OPD of ACRI, Jaipur. The trial drug was administered in the dose of 5gms twice a day, half an hour before breakfast. The review period was of 15 days. After 60 days therapy, highly significant (p<0.001) reduction was observed on Fasting Blood Sugar and Post Prandial Blood Sugar levels. The formulation showed statistically highly significant (p<0.001) results in PrabhutaMutrata (polyuria), Pipasadhikya (polydipsia), Kshudhadhikya (polyphagia), Swedadhikya (excessive sweating) Daurbalya (weakness), Alasya (lassitude), Atinidra(excessive sleep), Vibandha (constipation), Karapadadaha (burning sensation in hands and feet), Madhurasyata (sweet taste of mouth), Tandra and Kricchravyavayata (sexual dysfunction). No adverse drug reactions or complications were reported during the study.

Keywords: Madhumeha, Diabetes Mellitus, NishadiChurna, Blood Sugar.


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