EVALUATION OF POLYHERBAL FORMULATION FOR ITS ANTI-DIABETIC ACTIVITY AGAINST STZ INDUCED DIABETES IN RAT MODEL

Vishakha Vikas Jagtap, Pradnya Jagtap, Manoj Jayabhaye, Vaishali Undale, Gajanan Bhagwat, Ashwin Porwal

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In the present work, anti-hyperglycemic activity of the polyherbal formulation in STZ induced diabetic rats was carried out. The blood glucose level in STZ induced diabetic rats significantly reduced by aq. extract. The polyherbal formulation administered through oral route 500mg/kg body weight. The polyherbal formulation showed potential in their role to reduce the blood glucose level. These herbs may lead to development of more potent anti-diabetic formulation.

Keywords: Polyherbal formulation, Anti-diabetic, Streptozotocin, Blood Sugar.


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