Anti-diabetes herbal drug launched by CSIR
LUCKNOW: A scientifically legalized anti-diabetes herbal medicine, which name is ‘BGR-34‘, was introduced by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) lab in Lucknow on Sunday. It is the mixture of natural herbs from plants, the drug is based on Ayurveda and has no side effects. The drug is for the management of type-II diabetes mellitus.
Two CSIR laboratories have equally developed the drug,
National Botanical Research Institute (NBRI) and Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plant (CIMAP).
It was started on the 62nd annual day of the NBRI for viable manufacturing and marketing by M/s Aimil Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd, New Delhi.
Dr AKS Rawat, senior principal scientist, NBRI had said
“The drug has extracts from four plants mentioned in Ayurveda and that makes it safe,”
It has been tested on animals, and scientific study has found it protected and efficient, with clinical trials showing 67% success.
The drug amazingly increases immune system, effects of an antioxidant and checks free radicals. However it is one more fantastic anti-diabetes herbal medicinal products in the market, ‘BGR-34’ has been legalized scientifically. It is very healthy and useful for diabetic patients.
This unusual medicine will help in maintaining standard blood glucose levels; it decreases chances of complications because of persistent high blood glucose levels, and the patient becomes very healthy.
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