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Antidiabetic and safety of lantana rhodesiensis in alloxan induced diabetic rats
The observed hypoglycemic activity and slight toxicity could be associated with the phytonutrients present in this plant.
Hypoglycemic Activity of Some Kenyan Plants Traditionally used to Manage Diabetes Mellitus in Eastern Province
It is established that the five bioactive plants can be safely used in the management of diabetes and some plants proved to be highly toxic, mildly toxic and others were safe.
In Vivo Antidiabetic Activity and Safety in Rats of Cissampelos pareira Traditionally Used in the Management of Diabetes Mellitus in Embu County, Kenya
The observed hypoglycemic activity and slight toxicity could be associated with the phytonutrients present in this plant extract and this study recommends continued use of this plant as an herbal medicine.
Antidiabetic Effects of Aqueous Leaf Extracts of Acacia nilotica in Alloxan Induced Diabetic Mice
The intraperitoneal route of herbal extract administration was found to be more effective than the oral route and qualitative and quantitative phytochemical screening of aqueous leaf extracts of A. nilotica indicated the presence of phenols, alkaloids, flavonoids, tannins and saponins, but cardiac glycosides and phylobatanins were not detected.
TRACE ELEMENTS CONTENT OF SELECTED KENYAN ANTIDIABETIC MEDICINAL PLANTS
The results show that the analyzed medicinal plants can be considered as potential sources for providing a reasonable amount of the required elements other than diet to the patients of diabetes mellitus and can be used to set new standards for prescribing the dosage of the herbal drugs prepared from these plant materials.
Hypoglycemic Effects of Caesalpinia Volkensii on Alloxan-Induced Diabetic Mice
The study has established that the aqueous leaf extracts of Caesalpinia volkensii are effective and safe for management of diabetes mellitus.
Antinociceptive Properties of Dichloromethane:Methanolic Leaf Extracts of Caesalpinia volkensii and Maytenus obscura in Animal Models
The study has established that the DCM: methanolic leaf extracts of Caesalpinia volkensii and Maytenus obscura are effective in management of pain.
The Role of Vitamins and Mineral Elements in Management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
The role of various vitamins and mineral elements in management of type 2 diabetes mellitus is explored and the literature regarding their modes of action in lowering blood glucose levels is discussed in the review.
Haematological Effects of Dichloromethane-Methanolic Leaf Extracts of Carissa edulis (Forssk.) Vahl in Normal Rat Models
The results of this study showed that DCM-MeOH leaf extract of C. edulis induced general increase in the levels of red blood cells, Hemoglobin and related parameter profiles across the different dose levels, and concluded that the plant extract may be useful in the management of hematological disorders.
In vivo anti-diabetic effects of aqueous leaf extracts of Rhoicissus tridentata in alloxan induced diabetic mice
The results show, the aqueous leaf extracts of Rhoicissus tridentata showed anti-diabetic activity and the intraperitoneal route of herbal extract administration was found to be more effective than the oral route.