Indian Rennet also known as Withania Coagulans is popularly known as Paneer Dodi. It is a common herb found in India, Nepal, and Afghanistan. Regular use of its fruit has shown a decrease in high level of blood glucose. It provides Insulin to the body in the right quantity. Therefore reduction in consumption of anti – diabetic drugs is noticed on regular use of Paneer Dodi. In addition to that if the patient is on Insulin the units are also reduced. Therefore it is safe and effective way to manage Diabetes as a single agent supplement to synthetic anti diabetic medicine. . It also helps in stress relieving, purifying blood which helps in acne control. It confers a sense of well-being in patients and promotes symptomatic relief in diseases like asthma, weakness, dizziness, pain in legs and body ache.
Ingredients: Pure Indian Rennet
LOWERS SUGAR LEVELS: Withania Coagulans or Indian Rennet, commonly known as Paneer doda/dodi is a shrub of the family Solanaceae. A systematic and regular use of its fruit has shown a decrease in alarmingly high levels of blood glucose.
ANTI-DIABETIC: Regular use of its fruit has shown a decrease in high level of blood glucose. It provides Insulin to the body in the right quantity.
CONFERS a sense of well-being in patients and promotes symptomatic relief in diseases like asthma, weakness, dizziness, pain in legs and body ache.
HOW TO USE: Soak 10 – 15 pods of Paneer Dodi in a glass of water overnight. Squeeze them to bring out their extract in the water. Filter it through a sieve and drink it next morning empty stomach.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Count your sugar and Cholesterol level before beginning of the course. Count after 10 days, 20 days and 30 days. You will see what difference it is making.
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