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Evaluation of antidiabetic and related actions of some Indian medicinal plants in diabetic rats.
The finding indicates that different test extracts were able to ameliorate the derangements in lipid metabolism caused by diabetes mellitus in alloxan induced diabetic rats towards normal level.
Mast cell stabilizing and antiallergic activity of Abrus precatorius in the management of asthma.
EAPL (100-150 mg/kg, i.p.) significantly protect egg albumin induced degranulation of mast cell and inhibit area of leakage of dye in passive cutaneous anaphylaxis, and possesses anti asthmatic potential.
Antinociceptive activity of Ricinus communis L. leaves.
It can be concluded that MRCL possesses antinociceptive potential that may be due to saponin, steroids and alkaloids in it.
Anti-arthritic activity of various extracts of Sida rhombifolia aerial parts
Results showed that the polar constituents (ethanol and aqueous extracts) of the plant S. rhombifolia were useful in the treatment of arthritis.
Chromatographic evaluation and anthelmintic activity of Eucalyptus globulus oil
In world Helminthes infections are the most widespread of all the infections in humans. The morbidity due to parasitic diseases has been increasing in our population. The gastrointestinal helminthes
Antiasthmatic related properties of Abrus precatorius leaves on various models
Ethanol extract of A. precatorius possesses antiasthmatic activity, which significantly exhibited anti-inflammatory effects in rats, oral treatment of extract on guinea pig significantly increases histamine induced preconvulsive dysponea times and the ethanol extract of plant increases got tracheal chain precontracted with histamine.
Current status of Indian medicinal plants with antidiabetic potential: a review
A wide array of plant derived active principles representing numerous chemical compounds has demonstrated activity consistent with their possible use in the treatment of diabetes.
Some medicinal plants with antiasthmatic potential: a current status.
It is revealed that some plants and their extract have antiasthmatic, antihistaminic, anticholinergic and antiallergic activity.
Isolation and characterization of anti-diabetic component (bioactivity-guided fractionation) from Ocimum sanctum L. (Lamiaceae) aerial part.
Tetracyclic triterpenoid isolated from aerial part of O. sanctum has a great anti-diabetic potential and was found to be potent antidiabetic by ameliorating glucose and lipid parameters.
Evaluation of antiasthmatic activity of Clitoria ternatea L. roots.
The present investigation concludes that the antiasthmatic activity of ECTR may be due to the presence of flavonoids or saponins.