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AJWA: A CURATIVE FOR DIABETES

Saleeha Israr, Muhammad Waqar Ali, Nadia Hanif, Rida Rafiq and Wajiha Gul*

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Diabetes is a lifelong condition that can affect anyone, from any walk of life. Many medicines are available for its treatment. However several natural remedies can also be acquired to get positive results. Ajwa dates (Phoenix dactylifera) along with its many other properties have also proved to be a promising agent in producing an anti-diabetic effect. The synthetic allopathic anti-diabetic drugs along with curing the disease produce several side effects like impaired renal and hepatic function, weight gain, skin rashes, stomach upset and many more. In comparison, these dates are more effective than the allopathic medications because of their bioactive phyto-constituents and therefore shown therapeutic potential. Many researchers have found that as compared to the date seeds alone, the date seeds extract when given in combination with insulin, produces an excellent anti-glycemic effect. Date seed extract is an excellent source for reducing the blood glucose levels and also have shown better results for the complications of diabetes. Ajwa can prove to be a better antidiabetic agent as compared to the anti-diabetic drugs available in the market without any ADRs.

Keywords: Diabetes, ajwa dates, anti-diabetic, natural remedies, Phoenix dactylifera.


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