Collection: Diabetes Care

Diabetes in short

High levels of sugar in the blood is a diabetic condition. It is due to insufficient insulin production or/improper functioning of insulin.

Insulin’s role

Insulin is a hormone produced by the beta cells in the pancreas. It assists the blood to carry glucose throughout the body cells and thus controls the amount of glucose in the bloodstream. The insulin when not produced at enough level or doesn’t work the way it should result in the glucose staying in the blood leading to a diabetic condition.

Types of diabetes

Depending on the cause there are two types of diabetes, Type 1 and Type 2. 
  • Type 1 diabetes is the inability of the beta cells in the pancreas to produce insulin. It is either due to autoimmune diseases, where our immune system attacks the beta cells in the pancreas or due to physical injury to the pancreas. 
  • Type 2 diabetes occurs when our body becomes resistant to insulin, thus not using insulin the way it should be. 

Cause for diabetes

  • Autoimmune disease
The human body's immune system guards against viruses and bacteria. In autoimmune conditions, the autoantibodies released by the immune system mistakes part of our body considering it to be foreign and attacks the healthy cells. If it targets one organ pancreas then it results in type 1 diabetes. 

Though there is no proven cause identified for an autoimmune condition, various studies show that high intake of junk/westernized food, GMO crop foods, A1 milk from genetically modified cows and frequent antibiotic consumption is the cause for autoimmune diseases.
  • Insulin resistance
Though there is no proven cause for insulin resistance too. According to Ayurveda, improper digestion of food results in insulin resistivity.

Panchagavya’s way of healing diabetes

Panchagavya Chikitsa is part of Ayurveda that cures ailments through 5 derivatives of Desi Cow – milk, curd, ghee, gobar and gomutra. Ancient Ayurvedic texts like Charaka Samhita and Shushruta Samhita have mentioned various medicinal qualities of panchagavya and its derivatives. 

Ghee, referred to as Agni in Ayurveda promotes proper digestion and absorption of nutrition.
Bio-enhancing characteristics of gomutra works as the best carrier medium for Ayurvedic herbs that regulate the insulin production and proper functioning of the pancreas.

Immunomodulatory and immunostimulant properties of panchagavya help to reverse autoimmune conditions as well. Panchagavya balances the doshas, detoxes the body, enriches the body with vital nutrition and rejuvenates the body organs thus working as a wholesome healer.

PENMAA’s solution for diabetes

PENMAA focuses on the root cause and aims to reverse the diabetic condition using Panchagavya Ayurveda.
Our regimen includes, 
  • Intake of Panchagavya Ayurveda based health supplements.
  • Regulating digestion by directing/advising what and how to eat. 
  • Blood purification (detoxification).
  • Adjusting the immune system.
  • Rejuvenating the repaired organs.
Thus we focus on a holistic natural way to reverse diabetes.


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  • Forest Grazing Native Indian Cows

    Around the forest of Kerala, a serene place, rich in rare herbs, on the border of Tamil Nadu and Kerala, is where we herd our native Indian cows. The fresh air of this flora and fauna rich town keeps our free grazing four-legged friends happy and healthy.

  • Handpicked and Handcrafted

    Hand-harvested herbs are infused in our Panchagavya formulations. Our processes are designed to preserve the nutrients and keep them in line with their natural occurrence. We celebrate the raw and natural beauty of earthly ingredients and craft products which nourish the body, mind and soul.

  • Cruelty Free and Satvik

    By catering to the cow’s needs in all ways, the derivative is completely free from any negative energy and is full of positive life force and rich in nutrients, thereby attaining the ‘Satvik’ status. By encouraging the farmers to tend to cows as how it is depicted in the scriptures, we try to bring a socio-economic balance for them.