› Gymnema sylvestre commonly named as “madhunashini” in Sanskrit. The word Gymnema is derived from the Greek words “gymnos” means “naked” and “nema” means “thread” and the word sylvestre means “of the forest” in Latin. It is also commonly called as “miracle fruit” despite of the part mainly used being the leaf. Sushruta describes Gymnema sylvestre as the “destroyer of sugar” or “gurmar” in Hindi because chewing the leaves will abolish the taste of sweetness and has been under the use to treat “madhumeha” or “honey urine” an early term for glucosuria since 2000 years.
› The parts of the plant that are used are its leaves for fever and diabetes and seeds and root bark for cough. The major bioactive compound of Madhunashini is a group of oleananetype triterpenoid saponin known as “gymnemic acids”. Among these bioactive compounds of Madhunashini, gymnemic acids have anti-diabetic (type II diabetes), anti-saccharine and anti-inflamatory activities. Gymnemic acid molecules fill the receptor location in the absorptive external layers of the intestine thereby preventing the sugar molecules absorption by the intestine, which results in low blood sugar level.
› Other uses included as a remedy for rheumatism, cough, ulcer, jaundice, dyspepsia, constipation, eyes pain and in snakebite. A recent study also revealed that polysaccharides from G. sylvestre leaves extract also show immunological and antitumor activities.
Dosage: see the literature inside or as directed by the physician. Notice: Use “madhunashini compound” along with your current medicine. Contact your doctor if you find better changes in your body, feeling better with test report consult your doctor for better lifestyle.
Ingredients: Gudmar (Gimnea sylvestre leaf), Jamun Beej (Eugenia jambolana seed), Mamejava (Enicostema littoraia herb), Saptarangi (Salacia reticulata root), Amla (Emblica officinalis fruit), Bibhitaki – Behda (Terminalia bellirica fruit), Galo – Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia fruit), Gokshura (Tribulus terrestris fruit), Arni Mool (Clitoria ternatea root), Bael – Bilwa Patra (Aegle marmelos leaf), Dhamaso (Fagonia arabica plant), eem patra (Azadirachta indica leaf), Arjun Chhal (Terminalia arjuna bark), Haritaki – Harda (Terminalia chebula fruit), Methi (Trigonella foenum graecum – Fenugreek), Mari (Pipper nigrum seed), Kadu (Picrorrhiza kurroa plant), Lindi Pimpli (Piper longum fruit), Amba Haldi – Turmeric (Curcuma rhizome), Chirata (Swerita chirata plant), Indravarna (Citrullus colocynthis seed), Sunth (Zingiber officinalis rhizome), Pimplamool (Piper longum root), Nagarmotha (Cyperus scariousus rhizome), Shuddha Shilajit (Asphaltum), Loha Bhasma, Jasat Bhasma, Abrak Bhasma, Bank Bhasma. Extracts, Bhasma, Crude, Aushadhi, Ras, Rasyan in well balanced proportions.
Manufactured: Sheily Indo Proteins, India
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