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Second only to China, India adds 2 million diabetics every year to its burden of morbidity.
It is expected that by 2030, India will have crossed the 100 million mark for diabetic patients!
I am truly concerned about the fact that when I search for information on this drug, all I get is marketing material, and no hard science.
The lack of published, peer reviewed, double-blinded, controlled trials proving the veracity of the claims being made by the drug makers is seriously damaging to the credibility of the AYUSH practitioners.
Now if you go online and look hard enough, you will find stories both for and against the effectiveness of the medication. Personal narratives and anecdotes, though they come with the personal touch that makes it easy to convince people, should not dictate the standards for determining drug approval processes.
With an estimated 62 million adult diabetics, almost 1 in 14 adult Indians are diabetic.
An herbal drug, developed jointly by the National Botanical Research Institute (NBRI) and the Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (CIMAP), branded as BGR-34, has been commercialized by Delhi-based Aimil Pharmaceuticals and marketed as a potentially side-effect free treatment for diabetes.
However, a search for publications outlining trials conducted to support the claimed “67% success rate”, came up empty for me.
I shall look up the data and analyze and comment on it.