It’s a rational combination of herbal hypoglycaemics. Its effects resemble that of sulfonylureas and biguanides. Glucomap has both pancreatie as well as extra pancreatic action (Momordica cherantia and Eugenia jambolana). Glucomap stimulates beta cells of pancreas (Aegle marmelos), increases peripheral utilisation of glucose and arrests glycogenolysis.
With diabetes of any type, the body is not able to properly utilize glucose, which is a source of energy for the body. Glucomap helps to make glucose processing more efficient. It stimulates the function of the pancreas, which synthesizes an insulin hormone that helps the processing of glucose, and also stops the breakdown of glucogen into glucose. In addition, it helps reduce cholesterol and improve lipid metabolism, activates the production of a liver enzyme and is involved in eliminating its toxicity.
The drug* also prevents diabetes complications. For example, it protects cardiovascular tissue and nerve tissue from degenerative changes (organ damage). It is known that diabetes causes such changes that lead to dire consequences, such as heart attack, stroke, kidney disease, vision, gangrene (necrosis of body tissues).
In difficult cases, including if diabetes of the second type is difficult to treat, Glucomap is used as an adjunct to complex therapy.
Dosage: 1-2 tablets 2 times a day after meals. To improve the effectiveness, you can increase the initial dose in consultation with the Ayurvedic doctor. The drug is recommended to take as prescribed and under the supervision of a specialist.
Each 500 mg tablet contains: Syzygium cumini – 79.91 mg, Enicostemma litttorale – 19.98 mg, Azadirachta indica – 33.33 mg, Emblica officinalis – 33.33 mg, Aegle marmelos – 79.91 mg, Terminalia arjuna – 19.98 mg, Asphaltum – 79.91 mg.
Processed in aqueous extract (On dry basis), mg: Shorea robusta – 2.05, Dalbergia sissoo – 1.19, Pterocarpus marsupium – 1.53, Terminalia arjuna – 2.38, Acacia catechu – 0.51, Symplocos racemosa – 1.27, Areca catechu – 0.85, Gymnema sylvestre – 1.95, Santalum album – 0.25, Pterocarpus santalinus – 0.13, Albizia lebbeck – 0.51, Scindapsus officinalis – 0.93, Tectona grandis – 1.27, Pongamia pinnata – 0.34, Aquilaria agallocha – 0,17, Berberis aristata – 0.68, Aegle marmelos – 69.62, Momordica charantia – 50.94, Gum acacia – 9.52, Starch – 4.76, Talcum – 4.76, Sodium Carboxymethyl Cellulose – 4.76
* All Ayurvedic products presented on the website are not drugs, but are dietary supplements. Before use, consult an Ayurvedic specialist. The effectiveness of supplements on the body may be different, depending on the individual characteristics of the organism, compliance with the necessary diet, rest regimen, physical and mental stress.