International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Ayurveda | India | Volume 13 Issue 5, May 2024 | Rating: 5.2 / 10

Exploring Shilajatu's Therapeutic Potential in Diabetes Management: A Comprehensive Study Integrating Ayurvedic Wisdom and Modern Science

Lilima Majhi [2] | Sapna Ratan Shah [2] | Sudheer Arya

Abstract: Diabetes mellitus poses a significant global health challenge characterized by elevated blood glucose levels, necessitating effective management strategies to mitigate complications and improve patient outcomes. Traditional systems of medicine, notably Ayurveda, offer holistic approaches to diabetes management, with a focus on natural remedies and lifestyle modifications. Shilajatu, a mineral-rich substance derived from the Himalayan mountains, holds particular significance in Ayurvedic practice and has been studied for its potential in regulating blood glucose levels. This research paper explores Shilajatu's therapeutic potential in optimal blood glucose management for individuals with diabetes, investigating its biochemical composition, mechanisms of action, and clinical evidence supporting its efficacy. Additionally, the study delves into Ayurvedic principles relevant to diabetes management, highlighting the interplay between dietary patterns, lifestyle choices, and the application of herbal remedies. By synergizing traditional Ayurvedic wisdom with contemporary biomedical insights and employing mathematical modeling techniques, the study aims to provide a comprehensive perspective on holistic glucose management, with the potential to advance diabetes care and optimize therapeutic outcomes through the integration of ancient knowledge and modern science.

Keywords: Diabetes, Shilajatu, Ayurveda, Blood Glucose Management, Herbal Medicine, Traditional Medicine

Edition: Volume 13 Issue 5, May 2024,

Pages: 1374 - 1380

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