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  • Safe and effective in managing Diabetes Mellitus
  • Helps overcome defiance to oral hypoglycemic drugs
  • Confers a sense of well-being in patients and promotes symptomatic relief in diseases like weakness, dizziness, pain in legs, body ache, polyuria and pruritus
  • Repairs the Beta Cells of Pancreas


Withania coagulans sunal is very well known for its ethnopharmacological activities. The withania coagulans, is common in Pakistan, Iran, Afghanistan and East-West India, conjointly used in folk medicine. Fruits of the plant have a milk-coagulating characteristic . The fruits have been used for milk coagulation which is attributed to the enzymatic charisma of the plant . The fruits are sweet and are reported to be emetic, sedative, diuretic and alterative. They are beneficial in chronic disorders of liver. Withania Coagulans or Indian Rennet, commonly known as Paneer doda/dodi is a shrub of the family Solanaceae. A systematic and regular use of its fruit has shown a decrease in alarmingly high levels of blood glucose. To use, 10 – 15 of its flowers are soaked overnight in a glass of water. The water is filtered through a sieve and taken empty stomach first thing in the morning. Paneer doda not only utilizes the blood glucose, but also repairs the Beta Cells of Pancreas to provide Insulin to our body in the right quantities. Therefore, the patient consuming Paneer doda regularly has a reduced consumption of the anti – diabetic drugs and if he is on Insulin the units are also reduced. The herb causes depletion of blood sugar & improves glucose utilization and carbohydrate metabolism, and also minimizes the complication of hyperglycemia. Synthetic anti-diabetics act on one site in only one way whereas, the herb acts on various sites in varied ways to effectively control factors and pathways which lead to Diabetes Mellitus.

100 gm

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Weight 100 g


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