EVALUATION OF BAMBUSA ARUNDINACEA YOUNG SHOOTS FOR ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY AND ANTI- DIABETIC ACTIVITY

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Jitendra Chobdar
Jai Singh Vaghela

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Abstract

Diabetes Mellitus is biggest problem in now days in World and a big challenge for researcher and scientist, to overcome this problem by various medicines but not achieve good performance regarding treatment of diabetes. Researcher main focus on phytochemicals used in the treatment of diabetes with less adverse effect.


Object-To studies the macroscopic and microscopic characters of Bambusa arundinacea seeds with their potential Nutraceuticals, antioxidant activity and anti-diabetic activity.


Material and method-Collect Bambusa arundinacea plant part freshly and examine pharmacognostical evaluation with analytical grade chemicals. Observation-anti-diabetic activity evaluated by five groups of rats,


Group 1: Control Saline,


Group 2: Diabetic control (Alloxan monohydrate),


Group 3: Glibenclamide (5mg/kg),


Group 4: Ethanolic Extract of Bambusa arundinacea young shoots (200mg/kg),


Group 5: Ethanolic Extract of Bambusa arundinacea young shoots (500mg/kg).


Conclusion-Ethanolic Extract of Bambusa arundinacea young shoots shows dose dependent therapeutic efficacy for anti oxidant and anti diabetic activity. Efficacy increases with increasing the dose.

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