One condition that has affected our bodies so severely is diabetes, making it difficult to determine how it should be treated with medication and yet remain side-effect-free. Ayurveda and herbal treatments for diabetes work like magic to naturally lower elevated blood sugar levels without causing any other complications.


Diabetes is a condition where the body is unable to use the glucose that has been consumed. This may be because insulin is either absent or not functioning properly. Diabetes is a group of metabolic illnesses characterized by elevated blood sugar. In Ayurveda, diabetes is classified as Yapya (difficult to manage).

Some useful home remedies for diabetes

  1. Basil is a great antioxidant that lowers blood sugar by improving insulin sensitivity. For better benefits, either drink the juice every morning on an empty stomach, or chew three to four of the leaves whole.

  1. Fenugreek has a wide range of health advantages. Amino acids in fenugreek slow down how quickly sugar is absorbed from the stomach during digestion and work with pancreatic cells to produce insulin.

  1. Bitter gourd extracts work wonders to reduce blood sugar levels. Those with diabetes can consume it as juice or powder. Curry can be prepared with different veggies and served with bread.

  1. Cinnamon has a strong ability to lower blood glucose levels by enhancing insulin sensitivity. For best effects, diabetics should take half a teaspoon of cinnamon powder daily or drink cinnamon-flavored tea every morning.

  2. When consumed every morning on an empty stomach, aloe vera detoxifies our bodies. You can prevent diabetes by controlling your blood sugar levels every day before meals with aloe vera juice.

  3. Amla, also known as Indian gooseberry, which is a potent antioxidant and source of vitamin C. This unique medication helps patients maintain their health and well-being by boosting their immune systems. You can either drink it as juice or as powder.



Eat a low-fat, high-carb diet to be healthy, and stay away from sugary drinks and junk food. Regular physical activity, yoga, and meditation.