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A comparative study of Aloe, Kundru and Neem as an antidiabetic agent

Author(s): Manish Gunjan*, Goutam K. Jana & A.K Jha

Journal: Drug Invention Today
ISSN 0975-7619

Volume: 2;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 22;
Date: 2010;
Original page

Keywords: Diabetes | Hypoglycemic activity | Chronicle administration | Indigenous herbs

Natural products compounds discovered from medicinal plants (and their analogues there of) have provided numerous clinically useful drugs and still remain as an essential component in the search for new medicines. So, these traditionally used plants can be exploited effectively in order to find New Chemical Entity for treatment of diabetes. Present studies besides confirming hypoglycemic activities of the experimental herbal samples; help identify more potent indigenous hypoglycemic herbs (in crude extract) from the comparative study of the reported experimental results. Particularly in preparation of polyherbal antidiabetic formulation. Chronic administration of different plant extracts (200mg/kg)for 14 days reduces the blood glucose level of the diabetes induced animals as compared to diabetic control group. There was significant decrease in the blood glucose level in the 7th[p
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