Type 2 Diabetes Treatment

A Natural Remedy for Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes is characterised by the body’s inability to produce or respond to insulin, which in turn causes the body’s metabolism to act abnormally and the glucose (sugar) levels in the blood to increase dramatically.

There are a multitude of factors that can lead to diabetes. Whilst one factor on its own generally isn’t enough, a few factors present for a while increases the likelihood of developing Type 2 Diabetes. We have been treating patients for with diabetes for over 25 years. We find the most common factors  to be;


  • Type 2 Diabetes can be hereditary. This means that if one or both of your parents have Type 2 Diabetes then there is an increased chance for you to also develop the disease.
  • People of South Asian descent are up to 6 times more likely to develop Type 2 Diabetes and people of African and African-Caribbean descent are up to 3 times more likely.
  • Age – As you grow older your risk increases. By 45 the risk starts to rise and by 65 it increases exponentially, though age alone won’t make it certain you will get Diabetes.


  • Lack of exercise – It has been shown that being physically active can make your body up to 9 years younger on a cellular level as opposed to those who live a sedentary lifestyle. Just a little bit of exercise daily can reduce your risk of Type 2 Diabetes, even if you have a genetic marker to make you more prone to developing it.
  • Diet – Having a high-fat high-sugar diet can greatly increase your chance of developing Type 2 Diabetes. The best prevention to this is to have a healthy, balanced diet. Make sure you’re getting enough fibre and vitamins your body needs to be healthy from the food you eat.
  • Obesity/Overweight – The two factors above can lead to being overweight and eventually obese. This also increases the risk of Type 2 Diabetes.
  • Pregnancy – If you develop diabetes whilst you are pregnant, also known as gestational diabetes (and is only temporary), you increase the risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes later on in life.
  • Lack of sleep / poor sleeping habits – Poor sleeping habits or sleep deprivation has been shown to disturb your hormone levels. Less insulin is secreted into the body after you eat and cortisol levels rise, which makes it harder for insulin to do it’s job. This means you have a higher blood glucose level, which also increases the risk.

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS):

Another factor comes in the form of  cysts forming inside the ovaries with recent research indicating this as the cause for being insulin resistance in some cases.

Insulin resistance:

Insulin is the hormone that facilitates the transport of glucose (sugar) to the cells. Insulin resistance is where the muscle, liver and fat cells don’t respond to insulin as they should, this causes the pancreas to create even more insulin just for the cells to respond.

A less common form of Type 2 Diabetes is when your body may not be insulin resistant but the pancreas simply doesn’t produce enough insulin.

Having an increased level of glucose in the blood can also lead to other problems, such as:

  • Dehydration – The increase of glucose in the blood leads to excess glucose in the urine. This is because the Kidneys can’t process the high amount of glucose. The sugar then draws more water with it as it is passed, which leads to an increase in urination. This then leads to dehydration.
  • Diabetic Coma – When a Type 2 Diabetic is severely dehydrated and cannot drink enough liquids to make up for the fluid lost, they can then develop this life-threatening symptom.
  • As time passes, the increased level of glucose in the blood can become a factor in your arteries narrowing (this is called atherosclerosis). This can cause heart attacks and strokes and also damage the eyes and kidneys.

Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes include;

  • Dry mouth
  • Frequent urination
  • Increased thirst
  • Increased hunger
  • Blurred vision
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Infections that return frequently
  • Yeast infections
  • Weight gain
  • Numbness of the hands and feet
  • Gangrene in the toes
  • Erectile dysfunction

To help prevent against Type 2 Diabetes, it is important you maintain a healthy, balanced diet and exercie. Even just 15-20 minutes a day of a cardio-based exercise or going on a walk for 30-45 minutes a day is okay. Research shows that when you exercise it increases insulin sensitivity which helps to prevent insulin resistance by putting your pancreas under less strain wherein it doesn’t have to produce more and more insulin, which helps to prevent Type 2 Diabetes.

Whilst the treatment protocol below is a general overview, we always recommend booking a consultation face to face or if this is not possible then a consultation over the phone is also available.

Individual with diabetes must take good care of what they eat because controlling diet and eating correctly is very important for diabetics in achieving good health.

  • Eat low-fat, organic diet and eat plenty of vegetables like spinach & cucumber amongst others (raw or steamed).
  • Onion, sprouts, beans, garlic, tomatoes in the diet of diabetics low down the sugar level in the blood.
  • Eat fruits and milk products like cheese.
  • Avoid eating starchy food products as they are not easily digestible.
  • When using Mercy Products, individuals with diabetes should not be scared of eating sugar-rich fruits.
  • Take less amount of cooking oil
  • Avoid coffee, sugar, refined flour and alcohol.
  • Avoid eating heavy meals; eat small meals as the foods are easily digestible and are good for the health of diabetics.
  • Avoid junk food, fried, fatty, spicy and oily foods as this will control your level of cholesterol, lower your blood pressure, and diabetes. Avoid white bread, rice, pasta and potatoes. When condition improves, you may start eating brown rice and bread in small quantities. Eat tomatoes and vegetable salad.


According to traditional knowledge for natural remedies we recommend a treatment for the duration of 40 days (6 weeks). Please see the table below as a guide for Type 2 Diabetes that we have developed from customer feedback over the last 25 years.


  • tb/s =  Tablespoon is 15ml
  • t/s   =  Teaspoon is 5ml
Mercy Oil (Black Seed)

  • 1 t/s

  • In a cup of freshly squeezed Lemon Juice

  • In a cup of hot water or herbal/green tea

  • First thing morning on an empty stomach

  • Before sleeping

Mercy Nettle Seed Oil (Nettle)

  • 1 x t/s

  • On its own

  • First thing morning on empty stomach

Mercy Ocean Aqua (wild Oregano)

  • 1 tb/s

  • In a glass of room temperature water

  • After each meal

  • At any time of discomfort

Fresh Lemon

  • 1 Organic unwaxed lemon

  • Cut the rest of the lemon into pieces and eat

  • Throughout the day

6 Week Treatment Package for Type 2 Diabetes

  • 1 x 500ml Mercy Black Seed Oil
  • 2 x 100ml Mercy Nettle Seed Oil
  • 2 x 500ml Mercy Ocean Aqua

Buy 6 Week Course £105