Ayura Origins, a Gour Agro Products Pvt. Ltd brand, launched its first, indigenously developed all-natural product to reverse the effects of Type-2 diabetes – the Insulin Tea Powder. Ayura Origins is a home grown brand involved in the cultivation and manufacturing of natural health products that are designed to address specific chronic health issues ranging from diabetes, kidney health, heart health, digestive issues and gout/arthritis/rheumatism. All the products from Ayura Origins products have their roots in traditional Ayurveda and are packaged as food grade health supplements for daily use.
Priced at Rs. 975/- for a 150 gm pack (one month dosage), the Insulin Tea Powder is manufactured at the foothills of Kodaikanal in a natural pristine environment without the use of any chemicals. The tea powder is made from the Costus Igneus plant, commonly known as the Insulin Plant. It has proven medicinal properties to lower blood sugar levels in Type-2 diabetes patients, the Insulin Tea Powder helps rejuvenate the beta cells in the pancreas to promote healthy insulin release in the body.
Speaking about natural therapy and the use of alternate methods to control serious chronic conditions such as Type-2 diabetes, Dr. Mikita Gandhi, Registered dietician, gut health specialist and diabetic educator attached with Beams Hospital and Niron Hospital, Mumbai as the Chief Dietician said, “At times, it is difficult to procure organic food for consumption. But when it comes to prevention it is always better to opt for naturally grown organic herbs and preparations as it has tremendous healing properties. These preparations, when included in our daily routine, helps us beat modern day stress induced metabolic diseases. It alleviates the root cause of the condition thus improving our overall health. The Costus Igneus plant is known for its medicinal properties. The leaves contain corosolic acid, also known as Glucosol, which promote insulin release thereby treating diabetes. Moreover, it increases the sensitivity of the pancreas and stimulates the production of sufficient insulin to ‘mop up’ excess blood glucose.”