Dr. Honmane Pravin P, Hadadare Manojkumar M, Dr. Joshi Deepak G, Patil Swati V and Chavan Prakash V
The objective of the current investigation is to ascertain the antidiabetic potential of a methanolic extract of dried Kigellia Africana leaves. Historically, this nasty medication was used to reduce blood glucose levels. The continuous heat extraction method was used to obtain the methanolic extract. Using albino rats, the extract's antihyperglycemic efficacy was examined. Animals received an oral dose of 200mg/kg of extract as opposed to the normal dose of glibenclamide and the control. Male and female rats were used in the experiment, which lasted 21 days. Blood drawn from animals utilising the retro orbital approach was tested using a glucometer for blood sugar levels. The extract significantly outperformed the norm in terms of anti-diabetic efficacy. It was concluded that the herbal formulation for antidiabetic application can employ the current crude medication.
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