A Review on Study of Anti-Diabetic Activity of Some Herbal Plants in Experimentally Induced Diabetic Rats
Glucose metabolism involves small intestine, pancreas, muscle cell and liver. If there are, some problem with any of this diabetes organ leads to defect in glucose metabolism and can develop diabetes. Western medicine now prevails over “traditional” forms of medicine including herbal medicine systems. The use of a medicinal herb, alone or in combination with other herbs, can be thought of as a type of combination therapy because of the complexity of the phytochemicals and bioactivities in the plant. Diabetes will be induced by intra-peritoneal injection of Alloxan monohydrate and many experimental models were available for anti-diabetic screening on animal studies.
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