Antidiabetic and Thrombolytic Effects of Ethanolic Extract of Spilanthes paniculata Leaves

  title={Antidiabetic and Thrombolytic Effects of Ethanolic Extract of Spilanthes paniculata Leaves},
  author={Shamima Akter and M. Rahman and Md. Abul Kalam Azad and Md. Mohiuddin and Abdullah Al Mamun and Jyotirmoy Sarker and Mohammad Safiqul Islam and Md. Shahid Sarwar},
  journal={Journal of Plant Sciences},
Experimental studies explored the antidiabetic and thrombolytic effect of several Spilanthes species in various animal models, but previously no study was conducted to establish the antidiabetic and thrombolytic potentiality of Spilanthes paniculata. The present study investigate the antidiabetic and thrombolytic effects of ethanolic extract of Spilanthes paniculata leaves with the intention to find the drug for diabetes and thrombosis management from natural sources. The hypoglycemic effect of… Expand

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