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Winning the fight against the silent killer, Type-2 Diabetes mellitus
BGR-34 has been developed by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Govt. of India. A novel technology for effective carbohydrates metabolism with scientific authenticity. The research team comprising of eminent scientists and doctors have developed BGR-34, a novel phyto research providing, affordable, effective and safe healthcare to the suffering masses. BGR-34 is a novel natural DPP-4 inhibitor along with cardio-protective action. It is a promising, safe drug regimen to help effectively maintain normal blood glucose levels and reduce the chances of long term complications.
Maintains Effective Carbohydrate Metabolism & Restores Quality of Life
Effectively control fasting & after meal glucose level
Decreases glucose production by liver
Provides protection from oxidative damage
Increases glucose utilization in tissues
Supplements bioactive constituents
Nourishes & Strengthens vital organs
Daruharidra (Berberis aristata)
Acts as DPP-4 Inhibitor
Manjeeth (Rubia Cordifolia)
Nourishes & Strengthens vital organs
Methi (Trigonella foenum-graecum)
Manages glucose absorption and uptake
Gudmar (Gymnema Sylvestre)
Reduces sugar absorption in your intestines and also allows it to decrease inflammation caused by excess sugar intake.
Giloe (Tinospora cardifolia)
Exerts cardioprotective action.
- Adults : 2 Tablets BD, half an hour before meals
Unique Salient Features of BGR-34
- Potential DPP-4 inhibitor with cardioprotective action
- Scientifically proven, optimized formula
- Enriched with vital phytoconstituents and derivatives
- Regulates glucose homeostasis
- Convert proinsulin to insulin
- Reduces level of glycosylated Hb
- Exerts Anti-oxidant action
Indications for BGR-34
- Type II diabetes mellitus
- Impaired glucose tolerance/Pre-diabetes
- As adjunct to OHG’s (Oral Hypoglycemic) and insulin
Dosage of BGR-34
2 tablets twice a day
(should be taken 30 minutes before meal)
Safety of BGR-34
Key Ingredients of BGR-34Daruharidra (Berberis aristata DC.), Vijaysar (Pterocarpus marsupium Roxb), Gudmar (Gymnema sylvestre (Retz.) R.Br. ex Sm.), Manjistha (Rubia cordifolia L.), Methi (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.), Guduchi (Tinospora cardifolia (Willd.) Miers)
FAQs about BGR-34
BGR-34 manages blood sugar level by various mechanism: acting as a DPP-4 inhibitor (a class of medicine that works on controlling sugar levels) with cardioprotective action, exerts actions like delaying glucose uptake from stomach, enhance insulin secretion, strengthens B-cells capacity & nourishes vital organs by providing anti-oxidants. Which makes BGR-34 a unique formulation and best formulation amongst available herbal medicines.
Yes, BGR-34 will help to reduce the dependence of allopathic medicine if taken as suggested by the doctor and the instructions are strictly followed. Although it will take time so be patient.
Do I need to take BGR-34 along with my ongoing medicines or I can stop them and start taking BGR-34 only?
Yes, BGR-34 should be taken with the ongoing medicines initially and then the dosage of the allopathic medicine can be gradually tapered off as per the physician advice. Once blood sugar levels stabilizes you may continue to take BGR-34 as asked by your doctor.
No, BGR-34 is completely safe and natural formulation having no adverse effects on body or its organ. Rather, BGR-34 is a rich source of antioxidants which will help prevent oxidative damage to your body.
From last 2-3 months I am noticing myself that I feel hungry and thirsty very often. Does that indicate that I am having diabetes?
Yes, there could be a possibility of having diabetes as the symptoms that you have mentioned are among the most experienced by diabetic patients. Consult your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.
Last month my HbA1C was 7.5. I was advised to take Gemer 1 tablet before breakfast. Should I continue BGR-34 instead?
Yes, you can take BGR-34 in recommended therapeutic dosage under medical supervision. You are advised not to stop your ongoing medicine instantly. Also keep a close watch on your blood sugar levels and repeat the HbA1C test after three months to see whether your blood sugar is being controlled/reduced or not.
I have lost weight since after I was diagnosed with diabetes. Taking BGR-34 would also help in managing my weight?
BGR-34 will help in regulating the blood sugar level. Controlled sugar levels may help improve the body weight and wellbeing. Also, BGR-34 is a rich source of anti-oxidants that will protect vital organs from oxidative damage.
I am 6 months pregnant and found to have raised blood sugar levels. Can I also prefer taking BGR-34 rather taking any allopathic medicine?
Consult your doctor for proper treatment and any medication in pregnancy need to be taken under medical supervision only.
Diabetes is a condition that can never be treated but can only be managed with the help of medicine, healthy lifestyle and diet control. BGR-34 is an Ayurvedic medicine and will only help in maintaining the blood sugar levels without exerting any adverse effects on body. Along with maintaining sugar levels BGR-34 also have cardio protective action and prevents trio-pathy complications.
My children of age 11 years have type 1 diabetes and is on insulin. Could taking BGR-34 will help in reducing insulin?
BGR-34 can be given along with the ongoing medications under medical supervision. It will help in preventing the diabetic complications and nourish the vital organs and with time there are chances that the insulin dependence will decline.
I have recently observed that since I am taking birth control pills I am facing difficulties in managing diabetes. Should I ask my doctor to increase my dose of BGR-34?
You need not to worry about this. It is seen that when hormonal levels are varied there is fluctuation in sugar level as well. If you are experiencing little or minute variation in your sugar level then it is likely to occur as you are taking oral contraceptive pill. For more information and better diagnosis you must consult your doctor, he will be able to advise you better if any dosage changes are required or not.
My father was taking BGR-34 since almost a year. His sugar levels are under control now, urine tests are also negative for sugar. Should I consider him cured of diabetes?
No, diabetes is a condition in which blood sugar level goes up when the sugar does not get metabolised into body. Keeping a good control on sugar levels does not indicate that the disease has been cured, the precautions which you have been taking should be continued along with the medicine. Any modification of reduction in medicine dosages can be made as per the supervision of physician.
I am taking metformin 500 mg twice daily. My sugar is still not in control, fasting sugar is 210mg/dl and PP is 340mg/dl. BGR-34 will be effective for me in controlling the sugar levels?
Yes, BGR-34 effectively manage the blood sugar level. You may start taking BGR-34 as per your doctor’s advice. Although only taking medicines are not sufficient to control, diet & exercise are also to be taken care of.
My mother feels dizzy since after she started her allopathic medicine for diabetes. BGR-34 have such effects as well?
No, BGR-34 has no such adverse effects unlike allopathic medicines. It is suggested to take the recommended dosage of BGR-34 as advised by your doctor.
Last week during a health awareness camp I found my random glucose 180mg/dl. If it needs a concern can I start BGR-34?
Yes, this indicates it’s an onset of diabetes so you can start taking BGR-34 under medical supervision. You must consult your doctor for proper diagnosis and must get your Hb1Ac test done which will give you a clear picture about your condition.
Yes, there are chances that you might develop diabetes. You must be careful and be precautious about your lifestyle and diet as if these things are managed well you might be able to further delay your chances of having diabetes.
Diabetes is a condition that cannot be managed alone by medicines, a healthy lifestyle including exercise and proper diet should also be taken care of. BGR-34 should be taken as recommended and blood sugar must be tested regularly. If patient follows the regime strictly he/she may start seeing the results within a span of two-three months (it may vary depending on the condition of the patient).
My doctor has been changing my medicine once in a year or six months by stating that they do not control sugar level properly anymore or else increases my dosage. Taking BGR-34 will be beneficial?
This is a serious concern associated with allopathic medicine. Such conditions arises when the blood sugar level show sharp fluctuations or in chronic cases of diabetes. BGR-34 helps in controlling the blood sugar level, delays the glucose absorption from the stomach and also works as insulin secretagogue thus managing blood sugar level in more than one efficient way therefore chance of increased dosages of the medicine are less unlike allopathic medicine.
Whenever doctor changes my medicine it had been noticed that I feel extremely low, weak and experience excessive sweating. Will I be suffering with the same when I will start taking BGR-34?
No, BGR-34 has no such effects on body. Such conditions occurs when blood sugar levels go beyond the required levels in body which is the most commonly experienced adversities with allopathic OHG’s. BGR-34 has no such associated risks rather it supplement flavonoids and anti-oxidants providing nourishment to body.
I take alcohol frequently and I am a diabetic patient since last 9 years. Should I start BGR-34 as my sugar is not getting controlled with my routine medicines?
Yes, you can start taking BGR-34 as recommended by the doctor. But, you are advised to stop your alcohol intake as no matter which medicine you take if alcohol is being consumed simultaneously the efficiency of the medicine will always be hampered. Consult Physician before starting medicine.
If I take sweets or some food item which may increase my sugar level occasionally, do I need to take BGR-34 in increased dosage?
Taking increased dosage under medical care is advisable but rather than eating sweets and taking increased dosage of medicine one should follow the regular regime of dosage and being a diabetic patient you must restrict yourself with your diet, do more physical activities. As medicine alone will not be able to procure the sugar level to normal.
Yes, you can take BGR-34 under medical supervision. BGr-34 contains epicatechin- phytoconstituent that helps to increase conversion of pro-insulin to insulin. There are chances that your insulin dosages may also get reduced with time.
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BGR-34 is a rich source of antioxidants that prevents the damage caused to body and organs thus preventing the degeneration of the nerves to some extent which may contribute in preventing the neuropathy to a certain level. Whatever damage has already been caused to your nerves will not be reversed by BGR-34 but yes taking BGR-34 will not only help to manage the sugar levels but will prevent the diabetic complications like neuropathy.
Frequent urination happens when sugar level rises in blood. BGR-34 contribute to the maintenance of effective blood glucose metabolism. So you are advised to take BGR-34 under medical supervision, once the sugar level are under control this symptom will itself subside and you will feel relieved.
You can take BGR-34 with proper consultation of doctor. As far as developing diabetes is concerned only medicines alone are not sufficient to manage diabetes. You must take care of your diet and physical activity as diabetes is a lifestyle disorder. If you manage these well and take medicine regularly then you may prevent yourself to get diabetes.
BGR-34 contains such herbs that are rich source of antioxidants preventing oxidative damage to organs like heart thus working as a potential cardioprotective and also helps in restoring the body’s own antioxidant enzymes to protect the vital organs.
I am diabetic since last 17 years recently developed diabetic foot. Does taking BGR-34 will be of any help?
Immediate root cause treatment need to be given and BGR-34 can be taken simultaneously to control condition.
BGR-34 are in tablet form and comes in a pack containing 100 tablets.
If you will stop taking medicine after your sugar levels being in control, your sugar level will rise again as body is not efficient in managing the sugar level by itself which is why you are diabetic. So you are advised to not stop the medicine and keep taking them as advised by the doctor.
From last one month I have been feeling extremely thirsty & I have also lost 5kgs of weight. What should I do?
Going by your mentioned symptoms there may be possibility of having diabetes. You must consult your doctor for proper diagnosis so that he may prescribe you the medicine as per your diagnosed condition. If you are diagnosed with diabetes you may also take BGR-34 as per doctor’s advice.
Taking BGR-34 simultaneously with the allopathic medicine is of no harm if your doctor ask you so as BGR-34 is safe and compatible to be taken along with synthetic OHG’s. Only your doctor can suggest you whether you need any OHG’s to be taken along or BGR-34 alone is sufficient.
I am 29 years in age and has been diagnosed with diabetes. My clinical investigations suggest that my beta cells are not functioning well and have advised me to take insulin. Can BGR-34 regenerate my beta cells?
BGR-34 contains Vijaysaar and Gurmar that helps in repair and regeneration of beta cells of pancreas. It is advised to continue BGR-34 under medical supervision it will help you to fight of the diabetic complications and also strengthen your body system by boosting the anti-oxidant enzymes in body.
Being diabetic from last 22 years, following dietary advice of my doctor but still facing problems like muscle cramps, heavy sweats. What can I take?
Such symptoms could be due to increased sugar levels. Get your sugar levels checked. You can start taking BGR-34 under medical guidance as BGR-34 contains herbs manjith which is a powerful anti-oxidant and methi which is a rich source of nutrient providing strength to the body. It will help in reducing muscle cramps, pain and once your sugar level will be in control excessive sweating will also subside.
I feel hungry very often and I eat whenever I feel so. Yet, I feel constipated. I am on medication for diabetes type-II. What should I do?
Being diabetic and on allopathic medicine causes such issues in many patients. You can add BGR-34 in you therapy as per your doctor’s advice and can take PULVOLAX/AMROID tablets that will help in regulating the bowel movement and relieve constipation naturally.
Why does being overweight or obese put me at risk of developing diabetes? I am centrally obese. Will I get diabetes? What can I do to prevent?
Yes, being obese puts you at risk of not only developing diabetes but also many other diseases like hypertension, hormonal dis-balance etc. You must involve yourself in physical activities to control your weight and also take care of your diet. You should consult your doctor for getting a diet plan according to your condition. This way you may be able to delay your chances of getting any such disease.
Yes, complications of diabetes can be prevented by doing the following important things: Taking the medicines regularly which are prescribed by your health care provider Keep a track of blood sugar levels by going for regular check-up. Eat healthy- more vegetables and fruits, less fatty, sugary and salty foods. Stay physically active Stay alert for skin infection and skin disorder Go for regular eye check up Watch for any tingling, burning, loss of sensation and wound on the bottom of your feet. Talk to health care provider and discuss how to avoid complications and how to deal with these if one already has some complications.
Diabetes is a lifestyle disorder. Following an unhealthy lifestyle surely puts you on the risk of developing diabetes. A healthy lifestyle includes proper exercise regime and healthy food habits & also proper check-up at regular intervals for blood sugar levels. For more details you must consult a doctor.
I am a 52 year old diabetic women. I have started taking hormonal therapy as to prevent post-menopausal complications. Can I continue BGR-34 with this therapy?
Yes, BGR-34 can be taken along with other medicines under medical supervision.
Would the wound of prick which is made to check random blood sugar level will take long to heal as I am a diabetic patient? Or will my finger be getting any infection?
By taking few precautions chances of getting infection can be avoided. Make ensure that you clean it before and after pricking with alcohol or spirit. Press your finger for long after the blood is drawn as it will heal soon.
A normal person must take approx. 1600 calories in a day. But being a diabetic patient one should divide the meal in 5-7 portions in a day and make sure that the required amount of calories are being taken altogether in those meals. You may consult a dietician for a proper diet schedule advice.
My body weight is normal as per height-weight ratio. Do I also need to reduce body weight as I am a diabetic patient?
No, if your weight is good as per the height – weight ratio than you need not to reduce your weight.
I and my husband both are diabetic. Does it puts our children at risk of developing diabetes? Should I start giving them any medicine?
Yes, if both mother and father are diabetic then there are increased chances of your children getting the same. You must be cautious about their lifestyle and body weight which if maintained, will help you to reduce their risk of developing the diabetes.
Can I stop taking medicine for diabetes as since I am doing exercise my blood sugar levels are in control?
No, you must not stop your medicines. Having blood sugar levels in control does not mean that your diabetes has been cured permanently. If you will stop taking the medicines your sugar levels will again rise and it may be fatal.
No, it is not so. One cannot develop diabetes just because of having heart disease. However, if a person is obese and following an unhealthy lifestyle along with having any disease that might put him at risk of developing diabetes. It is rather vice versa, a diabetic patient is at increased risk of coronary heart disease, heart stroke, high blood pressure etc.
No, you can continue using methi seeds in morning. It not only helps in controlling diabetes but also have many therapeutic benefits.
No, you must take the required amount of calories but instead of taking them in three meals in a day you should take small meals frequently after a regular interval of time. This will help you in keeping a better control on blood sugar levels without having a nutritional deficiency.