Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a complex multifactorial disorder ofglucose intolerance resulting from the dysfunction of pancreaticβ-cells and insulin resistance.  Most of the people around the globe are living with diabetes.  According to International diabetes federation, approximately 463 million adults (20-79 years) were reported with diabetes; by 2045 this is expected to rise to 700 million…!!!

The sedentary lifestyle and improper food habits are considered as the main culprits in the pathophysiology of this major metabolic syndrome, in addition to the genetic factors. Generally, people are gradually falling into diabetes from an unnoticed prediabetic stage, since these stages do not create noticeable health issues.  Once diagnosed with diabetes, a lifelong administration of synthetic anti diabetic drugs along with little change in life style is consideredas the best available treatment of choice, to date.  More often these synthetic medicines are leading to several other disorders due to their untoward effects.  This is why the expert committee of World Health Organization has recommended researches to derive safe anti-hyperglycaemic agents of plant origin, especially from traditional medicinal herbals and food components.


DiaCinnTMis one such herbal formulation featuring the synergistic combination of Guduchi/Giloy (Tinospora cordifolia Linn) and patented extract of cinnamon (ProcynCi®).  Both the herbs are mentioned as the best anti-hyperglycemic agents in the ancient Indian medical science, Ayurveda. In the DiaCinnTM formulation, well-standardised extracts that are shown to work against insulin resistance and regeneration of pancreatic β-cells are used.  Being a promising nutraceutical for prediabetic and diabetic management, DiaCinnTMhelps in balancing the postprandial blood sugar hikes and maintains healthy blood glucose levels.  It also supports the general well being and body’s natural host defense mechanism.

Meet the ingredients


ProcynCi® is a patented extract of cinnamon; a popular kitchen spice obtained from the inner barks of Cinnamomum species, has been regarded as one of the potential sources of safe anti-hyperglycaemic polyphenols belonging to the class of oligomeric procyanidin type A polymers.   It has been shown to be insulin potentiating herb and these polyphenols (procyanidin polymers) have been identified as the bioactive molecules.  ProcynCi has been validated preclinically and clinically on prediabetic subjects for its safety and remarkable ability to lower fasting blood sugar and postprandial blood sugar levels.


Guduchi/ Giloyextract with 5% bitters

            Guduchi or Tinospora cordifolia Linn -also known as Chittamruth, Heart leaved moonseed- is a herb from the family Menispermaceae.  Classics emphasize the importance of this miracle herb through various synonyms like amrtha (possess the qualities like nectar), rasayana (rejuvenating), vayasya (promotes longevity) and jeevanthi (protects life) etc.  Matured stem is considered as the useful part and are widely using for the preparation of various ayurvedic herbal combinations.  References of using Guduchi in the diabetic management can be found throughout the classics including Ashtanga hrdaya, Charaka samhitha and Sarangdhara samhitha etc.  Recent researches could unravel the active pharmaceutical ingredients and a group of bitter compounds comes as the major part.  Along with the proven antidiabetic action, it is also shown to have immunomodulatory and antioxidant properties which improves the body’s natural host defense mechanism and prevents from various harmful microbes and injurious external factors.


Why to choose DiaCinnTM?

  • A blend of key ingredients of two popularly known medicinal herbs in its bioavailable form
  • A promising nutraceutical for prediabetic and diabetic support
  • Helps to support the innate immunity
  • Patented and preclinically substantiated ingredient to balance the postprandial blood sugar hikes and maintains healthy blood glucose levels.
  • 100% natural, food grade & clean label.
  • No artificial / synthetic flavors
  • Allergen free



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