replacement of allopathic medicines

Dear all,
I have been having regular medicines for diabetes type ll for last 10 years under supervision of a qualified Dr. My sugar levels are under control and I enjoy a reasonable health. I am a 63 years old veteran. I am now bored of gulping these medicines morning and evening everyday. Are there any alternate medicine and can I get rid of these allopathic medicines? more  

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chalo doston aise karte hain....aap logon ko ek tasty and sweet sa offer daeta hoon..... 1. all diabetics who are seeing this may send in a page or two of their handwriting sample on any topic,'what are my diabetic issues,'describe your condition...or 'how i spent my day today?',etc....but make it your own, not copied on plain paper if possible and send by email to, from where i will offer you some free suggestions to use for 15 days ,whose practice (with a monitoring input from my side after 7 days in between and one at end of 15 days) will yield approx. 5-10% relief/change in your condition...and if this convinces you, you can book yourself for a 3 or 6 months package of 'feedback therapy' whose details are available on my facebook page-'Grow Ur Talents' more  
You are a devoted person but you expect much from yourself and others. You tend to blame yourself readily for others’ dissatisfaction. You also tend to expend excessive energy to respond to your needs. This behavior is caused by an inner sadness from an unmet desire to be loved.
so, if all that is to be done is to ensure that you are loved, but for the right reasons and not as sympathy wave....that means that the fear of what will happen if you are not being acknowledged for you start controlling people around you by your harsh and loveless others attention/acknoweldge tau karte hain but mein majboor hoon itni responsibilities hain kaise poori karonga??isliye force karna padta hain...jab ki asliyat yeh thi ki you are opearting out of ur own unmet selfish needs..... more  
Mental block: Diabetes is a signal that you need to learn to let go and let things happen at their own pace. Stop trying to control the course of events. You need to realise that it is not your purpose to make everyone else happy. Others may not even want what you want for them, or they might not desire it intensely. Acknowledge all the goodness that flows freely in your life, become mindful of the moment and taste each moment in all its delicious glory. Don’t let yourself be distracted by what you may want tomorrow. Accept that, even though you may have been unable to fulfill a very important desire in the past, you still can enjoy smaller ones in the moment. more  
Physical block: Diabetes is a disturbance in the metabolism from lack of insulin secreted by the pancreas, or from its inability to function normally. 85 per cent of adults diagnosed with diabetes are overweight.

Emotional block: The pancreas is the gland linked with the solar plexus, which deals with emotions, desires and all intellectual activities. Pancreatic disorders indicate imbalance on the emotional level. If you are diabetic, you are often very emotional and have too many desires for yourself and others. You want everyone to have a slice of the pie. But you can also be envious if someone has more than you. more  
If someone wishes for good health, one must first ask oneself if he is ready to do away with the reasons for his illness. Only then is it possible to help him.
—Hippocrates more  
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