Dr Ambedkar College Deekshabhoomi

Nāgpur, India

Dr Ambedkar College Deekshabhoomi

Nāgpur, India
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Rahate P.K.,Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University | Somkuwar S.R.,Dr Ambedkar College Deekshabhoomi
International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review and Research | Year: 2014

Tinospora cordifolia belonging to family Menispermacea is distributed throughout the tropical Indian subcontinent. This plant provide raw material for indigenous system of medicine in India viz. Ayurvedic, Unani and Siddha for its general tonic, antiinflammatory, anti-arthritic, anti-allergic, anti-malarial, anti-diabetic and aphrodisiac properties. The leaves of this plant are used in the treatment of diabetes. The soxhlet extract (5 mg/ kg) was subjected to evaluation of hypoglycemic activity. Extract injected to rats and blood glucose level was determined after the treatment of 3 days, 7days and 15 days. After the treatment in experimental rats hypoglycemic changes were observed in blood glucose level compared to the control group rats. The treated animals with the leaf extract clearly indicate the hypoglycemic effect like insulin. © 2014, Global Research Online. All rights reserved.

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