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EVALUATION OF PTEROCARPUS MARSUPIUM EXTRACT FOR ANTIDIABETIC ACTIVITY IN RATS

@inproceedings{Narapusetty2017EVALUATIONOP,
  title={EVALUATION OF PTEROCARPUS MARSUPIUM EXTRACT FOR ANTIDIABETIC ACTIVITY IN RATS},
  author={Naidu Narapusetty and P. Kousalya and Manohar Naik and Sk. Jani Basha and Gokanapalli Anusha and U. Chandrababu},
  year={2017}
}
Herbal medicines are considered to offer gentle means of managing chronic diseases at a lower cost. Pterocarpus marsupium. (PM) (Gammalu in Sinhala) heartwood and bark have been used as antidiabetic remedies in many cultures for thousands of years. The aim of this review is to address the existing evidence on antidiabetic effects of the P. marsupium. The hypoglycaemic effects, antidyslipidaemic effects, antioxidative effects and the safety of the PM heartwood and the bark have been… 
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PTEROCARPUS MARSUPIUM EXTRACTION AND EVALUATION FOR DIABETIC NEUROPATHY
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Pterocarpus Marsupium is having Neuro protective activity in diabetic animals and is considered to offer gentle means of managing chronic diseases at a lower cost.

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