According to reports from the Indian diabetic news, a life science firm in the country has created a new herbal medicine to treat diabetes . Some herbal supplements are proven effective in helping to control diabetes.
Avesthangen Ltd. Have developed a new diabetic medicine based on fenugreek (also called methi) that is effective in managing blood sugar levels. The founder chairperson of Avesthangen Villoo Patell reportedly commented:
“We have successfully completed clinical trials of our bioactive product developed with fenugreek as the main ingredient. The product is a unique combination of traditional medicine ( ayurveda ) and modern systems biology.”
The medicine will be released in India under the Teestar brand.

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