Nisakathakadi Kwath - 200 ML - Kerala Ayurveda

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Kerala Ayurveda Nisakathakadi Kwath

Kerala Ayurveda Nisakathakadi Kwath is a supplementary ayurvedic medicine that can help in the treatment of diabetes from Kerala Ayurveda that has helped many patients reduce their blood sugar levels. It is an ayurvedic medicine for diabetes type 1 as well as ayurvedic medicine for diabetes type 2. Whatever may be the problem, reducing blood sugar is important. When you undergo hypoglycemia treatment in Ayurveda, this is one of the recommended medicines that can help during the journey.

Prediabetes is an early stage of diabetes, where blood sugar is at borderline levels. It is important to take ayurvedic medicine for prediabetes so that the disease is nipped in the bud. Nisakathakadi Kwath is an ayurvedic medicine that can help regulate sugar levels that are used in the ayurvedic treatment for diabetes. With the prevalence of diabetes among children and people of all ages, it is important to get treated properly. 

The medicine must be taken 15 ml twice daily after diluting with 60 ml of water that has been boiled and cooled, or as per the instructions of your physician. 

Kerala Ayurveda Nisakathakadi Kwath Ingredients:

Nisakathakadi Kwath has the following ingredients:


  • Nisa or Curcuma longa is turmeric, a common spice.

  • This is one of the well-known medicines for treating diabetes.

  • It is used to treat the disease and also helps in maintaining normal blood sugar levels.

  • It is used to treat prediabetes.


  • Kathaka or Strychnos potatorum is clearing nut.

  • It helps to relieve kapha and vata doshas.

  • It is very helpful to reduce high blood sugar levels.

  • It is used with turmeric to treat diabetes.


  • Amalaki or Emblica Officinalis is the Indian gooseberry, a common fruit.

  • It is helpful to balance all three doshas.

  • It is very helpful in the treatment of diabetes.

  • It is used to prepare medication for reducing blood sugar levels.


  • Lodhra or Symplocos racemosa is an ayurvedic herb.

  • It balances Kapha and pitta doshas.

  • It is used in the preparation of medicine to reduce blood sugar.


  • Usira or Vettiveria zizanioides is known as khus khus grass.

  • It is cooling by nature.

  • It can balance Vata and pitta doshas.

  • It is used to treat high blood sugar.


One of the diseases of our modern times is diabetes. A disease previously not very prevalent has today become so common that even school children are suffering from the disease. Diabetes is where the blood sugar levels of a person are high and this can affect other organs of the body. It increases the risk of kidney failure, heart attack, stroke, and vision loss. Blood sugar level is tested after fasting for 10-12 hours. If the blood sugar level is 100 to 126 gm/dl, then it is considered prediabetes or borderline diabetes. When the blood sugar level is more than 126 mg/dl, then it is diabetes. A random blood sugar level of 200 gm/dl is also considered diabetes. It is important to get treated for diabetes to ensure that there are no serious risks. 

Ayurveda’s view of diabetes

The three doshas Kapha, Pitta, and Vata regulate the body’s functioning. If there is an imbalance in one or more of these doshas, it can cause diseases. Diabetes or madhumeha occurs due to the imbalance in doshas. Ayurveda gives a lot of importance to the concept of Agni or digestive fire. In Ayurveda, diet plays a very important role.

A poor diet, coupled with stress, lack of exercise, and other problems can weaken the Agni. As a result, it produces ama or toxins. These toxins can cause an imbalance in doshas leading to various problems. The three types of diabetes in Ayurveda are classified based on the dosha.

  1. Kaphaja: Here, the Kapha dosha imbalance can cause indigestion, flu, lethargy and stomach problems.

  2. Pittaja: Imbalance in the pitta dosha affects the bladders and can cause urinary infections. It can cause sleep apnea and acidity problems.

  3. Vataja: Vata imbalance causes cold and cough, respiratory problems, constipation, and sleeplessness.

There are 20 types of diabetes described in Ayurveda. A doctor would suggest treatment based on the type of diabetes and the dosha imbalance.

Taking ayurvedic medicine for diabetes can help in reducing blood sugar levels. Apart from this, Yoga is very beneficial along with regular exercise. There are specific yoga asanas that are helpful for those having diabetes. Those who are overweight need to lose weight as it helps them reduce their blood sugar level.

It is recommended that the following be used in food preparation - green gram, bitter gourd, turmeric, drum stick, pumpkin, cucumber, watermelon, onion, garlic, sprouts, coriander, and ginger.

The following should be strictly avoided – sweet dishes, foods high in carbohydrates and calories, red meat, seafood, milk products (if Kapha dosha), and stimulants.

Maintaining an active lifestyle with plenty of exercises and physical activity and eating a healthy diet can go a long way in treating diabetes.


Causes of diabetes

When the pancreas is not able to function normally, it fails to produce insulin that regulates blood sugar levels. This does not absorb blood sugar and the levels in the blood increase. When this happens due to an autoimmune condition, where the pancreas cells are destroyed, then it is classified as Type 1 diabetes.

Type 2 diabetes is when the cells of the pancreas produce less insulin or if the body becomes resistant to insulin. This usually occurs due to a variety of reasons, including:

  • Genetics, where the parents or other family members also suffer from diabetes.

  • Those who are obese or overweight can make the body cells resistant to insulin and increase blood sugar levels.

  • Leading a sedentary lifestyle with little exercise increases the risk of diabetes.

  • A diet high in fats and calories can lead to diabetes.

  • Hormonal problems can also lead to diabetes, leading to increased sugar levels.

  • Those who are pregnant may suffer from gestational diabetes.

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