• Medicine
  • Published 2009

Quality evaluation of Phyllanthus amarus (Schumach) leaves extract for its hypolipidemic activity

@inproceedings{Umbare2009QualityEO,
  title={Quality evaluation of Phyllanthus amarus (Schumach) leaves extract for its hypolipidemic activity},
  author={Rp Umbare and Gs Mate and Dv Jawalkar and S. M. Patil and S. S. Dongare},
  year={2009}
}
Atherosclerosis, referred to as a “silent killer” is one of the leading causes of death in the developed countries and is on the rise in developing countries like India. Therefore therapists consider the treatment of hyperlipidemia to be one of the major approaches towards decelerating the atherogenic process. Allopathic hypolipidemic drugs are available at large in the market but the side effects and contra- indications of these drugs have marred their popularity. Recently herbal… CONTINUE READING

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