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Diabetes medicine

Recently developed medicine by CSIR for diabetes, how far is it reliable for type 2 diabetes. If yes should it be taken with the concent of ayurvedic doctor?
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Dr. Vikas Chothe Pune | Ayurveda
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BGR 34 developed by CSIR research institute has undergone rigorous clinical trials. Diabetic patients with uncontrolled sugar levels can give it a try after consulting ayurvedic doctors before starting insulin and to prevent diabetic end stage complications.
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its market driven industry not health n fitness driven so some drug remained in books or in labs only like Pipalyadi yoga for preventing conception its non hormonal drug... Lets hope better
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u should first consult ayur dr. according prakruti, dosha medicines change.
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Harisha N L Bangalore | General Physician
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It is currently unclear how BGR-34 was tested in the reported clinical trials involving animals. It is also unknown if the drug has been studied on humans. More information is required to assess why BGR-34 reduces blood glucose levels, and if it can be taken alongside existing medication...
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