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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 8, Issue 3 (2019)

Efficacy of polyherbal antidiarrhoeal formulation in diarrhoeic goats

Author(s):

Vaishanavi Wankhade, SP Waghmare, KS Pajai, MFMF Siddiqui, SW Hajare, S Sajid Ali and GR Vaidya

Abstract:
Total 25 adult goats of either sex (2-5 years of age) suffering from diarrhoea were selected for study. All diarrhoeic Goats (T2) were treated with polyherbal antidiarrhoeal tablet (600 mg) containing extract of unripe fruit of Aegle marmelos, bark of Dalbergia sissoo and seeds of @ 1 tablet orally twice for 5 day along with fluid and supportive treatment depending on severity of case. One additional group (T1) of 10 normal healthy goats was kept as a normal control group. All the goats were subjected for clinical parameters before and after treatment. The statistical analysis revealed significant (P< 0.01) rise in temperature and heart rate in diarrhoeic goats as compare to normal control group (T1) before treatment. The mean temperature and heart rate was significantly improved after treatment with Polyherbal antidiarrhoeal formulation in diarrhoeic goats. After treatment with polyherbal antidiarrhoeal, 6 (24%) goats recovered on 3rd day post treatment, 13 (52%) goats on 4th day post treatment and 6 (16%) goats recovered on 5th day after treatment on the basis of restoration of faecal consistency. These findings demonstrated that out of 25 diarrhoeic goats, 23 goats showed complete recovery on 5th day post treatment, indicated 92% recovery rate in diarrhoeic goats. Thus, the diarrhoeic goats treated with polyherbal antidiarrhoeal tablets containing Aegle marmelos, Dalbergia sissoo and Holarrhena antidysenterica showed complete recovery in diarrhoeic goats along with significant improvement in clinical parameters within 5th day post treatment.

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How to cite this article:
Vaishanavi Wankhade, SP Waghmare, KS Pajai, MFMF Siddiqui, SW Hajare, S Sajid Ali and GR Vaidya. Efficacy of polyherbal antidiarrhoeal formulation in diarrhoeic goats. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2019;8(3):912-914.

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