Divya Madhukalp vati is ayurvedic proprietary medicine from Swami Ramdev’s Divya Pharmacy. It contain Karela, Neem, Methi, Jamun, Ashwagandha, Shilajeet and used for controlling diabetes and its complications.
Here is given more about this medicine, such as benefits, indication/therapeutic uses, composition and dosage.
- Manufacturer: Divya Pharmacy
- Availability: Online and at medical stores
- Type of medicine: Proprietary Medicine
- Main Indication: Diabetes
- Suitable for: Unisex
MRP/Price: Divya Madhukalp Vati 40gram @ Rs. 60.00
Ingredients of Divya Madhukalp Vati
- Karela Momordica charantia 70.3 mg Potency Heating
- Chirayta Swertia chirata 70.3 mg Potency Cooling
- Kutki Picrorhiza kurroa 70.3 mg Potency Cooling
- Neem Azadirachta indica 70.3 mg Potency Cooling
- Methi Trigonellafoenum-graecum 70.3 mg Potency Heating
- Jamun Syzyium cumini 70.3 mg Potency Cooling
- Ashwagandha Withania somnifera35.2 mg Potency Heating
- Atis Aconitum heterophyllum 35.2 mg Potency Heating
- Shilajeet Asphaltum 7.8 mg
- Excipients: Gumacacia, Talcum, Magnesium Sterate QS
Know the Ingredients
Bitter melon / Karela (Momordica charantia family Cucurbitaceae) is well known bitter anti-diabetic herb. The fruits and seeds of this plant are been reported to exert hypoglycemic effect. It contains several chemical constituents, including the glycosides (mormordin and charantin) and alkaloid (mormordicine). It also contains an insulin-like polypeptide called Polypeptide-P. Polypeptide-P has been designated as the ‘plant insulin which lowers blood sugar levels when injected subcutaneously gerbils, langurs and diabetic patients.
2 – Chirayata (Kirata-tikta) Swertia chirata
Chirayata has anthelmintic, astringent, bitter tonic, blood purifying, febrifuge, stomachic, antidiarrheal, antispasmodic activities. It is indicated for fever, skin diseases, worms, wounds, malaria and diabetes. It is tonic for heart, liver, and eyes. Chirayta reduces Kapha and Pitta and increases Vata. It should be taken cautiously in high Vata.
3 – Katuka
Katuka (Synonyms: Picrorhiza kurroa, Tikta, Tiktarohi, Kutki, Katuka rohini, Katuku rohini, Kadugurohini) is a perennial, hairy herb found in north-western Himalayas from Kashmir to Sikkim. The main constituent of the rhizomes are Glucoside (Picrorhizin). The rhizomes of plant are dried and used for medicinal purpose.
It has alterative, bitter, tonic, antibacterial, antiviral, anthelmintic, hepatoprotective, choleretic, spasmolytic, insecticidal and laxative activities.
Traditionally, Picrorhiza is used for constipation, chronic dysentery, scabies, leucoderma, joint pain, chronic asthma, infections, inflammations, coughs, hepatitis, menstrual problems, enteritis, gall bladder complaints, jaundice and hemorrhoids. It works on plasma, blood and muscle tissues.
Kutki pacifies Vata and Pitta and reduces Ama in body. It helps in liver conditions and is considered main herb for jaundice, hepatitis etc. It purges excess pitta from the liver and gall bladder. It protects the liver.
There are few conditions in which use of Picrorhiza kurroa should be avoided. For example, it stimulates immune system and therefore should be taken carefully in auto-immune disorders (systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), Hashimoto thyroiditis, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, polymyositis, scleroderma, Addison disease, pernicious anemia etc). As stimulation of immune system can worsen the symptoms. Picrorhiza also affects blood sugar level. It lowers the blood sugar level.
It should be taken with caution in high Vata condition, tissue deficiencies, diarrhea and hypoglycemia.
4 – Neem
Neem (Synonym: Azadirachta indica Melia azadirachta, Margosa Tree) is well-known and common tree of India. It has significant antiseptic, insecticide, Analgesic, Anti-inflammatory and Laxative properties. It is a general antiseptic and removes blood toxins. It has cooling and has soothing effect. Neem is used to treat intestinal worms, heat-rash, boils, wounds, jaundice, leprosy, skin disorders, stomach ulcers, chicken pox, malarial fever and diabetes.
5 – Fenugreek
Methi is commonly known as Fenugreek. Its scientific name is Trigonella Foenum-Graecum. Fenugreek tastes bitter and is heating in potency.
It has laxative, demulcent, LDL cholesterol reducing, antioxidant, antifungal, analgesic, anti-fungal agent, and anti-inflammatory properties.
It is used as stimulant for lactation, expeller of worms out of the body and a stabilizer of the gastrointestinal tract. As it is hypocholesterolemic, hypolipidemic, hypoglycemic and hence it is used to treat and control Type II Diabetes.
6 – Jamun
Jamun (Syzygium Jambolanum, Synonym Eugenia jambolana, Family: Myrtaceae) or Indian black berry, has antidiabetic properties and reduce in blood glucose level. It increases serum insulin levels. The seed powder of Jamun fruit exhibits normoglycemia and better glucose tolerance.
7 – Ashwagandha / Withania somnifera / Indian ginseng / Indian winter cherry, has antidepressant effect on central nervous system. It has stimulant effect on brain and reduces anxiety and stress.
8 – Shilajita/Shilajeet is a natural substance but it is not an animal or plant based product. It is a mineral pitch that oozes from the rocks. This mineral comes out from the Himalayan rocks during summer.
Shilajatu increases flow of digestive secretion and helps in better absorption. It is used in treatment of in consumption (Kshaya), tuberculosis (Rajayakshama), genito-urinary diseases, sexual weakness, gonorrhoea, diabetes, chronic bronchitis, phthisis, asthma, gallstone, renal stone, anuria, jaundice, enlarged spleen and liver, and nervous diseases.
Benefits of Divya Madhukalp Vati
- It helps to manage blood sugar level.
- It has antioxidant action.
- It gives strength to body.
- It is prepared from natural time-tested herbs and spices.
- It helps to balance Vata-Pitta-Kapha.
- It is safe to take for longer duration.
Important Therapeutic Uses of Divya Madhukalp Vati
- Useful in diabetes mellitus
- Useful in numbness of hands & feet & makes the nervous system strong
- Strengthens the immune system
Dosage of Divya Madhukalp Vati
- The recommended dosage of Madhu Kalpa Vati is 2 tablets.
- It is taken twice a day, empty stomach in the morning and one hour before the dinner.
- It should be taken with lukewarm water.
Suggestions, Contraindications, Interactions, Side-effects and Warnings
Effectivity of herbal medicine depends on many factor. A medicine suitable for one person may not essentially give same result in another person.
- Always take in recommended doses.
- Keep away from the sight and reach of children.
- Do not take any medicine during pregnancy without consulting doctor.
It is highly recommended to measure blood sugar level at frequent intervals. If the blood sugar level is not managed then you may need to change the medicine.