Study of Blood Glucose and SGPT lowering effect of Eucalyptus Lanceolata Linn. in Induced Diabetic Rabbits

  • Siddiq ur Rahman Department of Computer Science & Bioinformatics, Khushal Khan Khattak University, Karak, Pakistan.

Abstract

The part of the plant to curing the diabetes mellitus and improves available data on plants with hypoglycemic effects. Antidiuretic potential of eucalyptus extracts has been evaluated in alloxan-induced diabetic rabbit. Here we used, plants extract about 256 kg were mix with 1000 ml methanol and keep in Flask. After filtering the extracts were exposed to rotary evaporator machine that methanol separated from plant extract. In the Nine rabbit were divided into three different groups. The body weight was recorded on every 6 days interval. The data obtained revealed that eucalyptus extracts reduced the glucose level effectively. Such treatment with extracts decreased the SGPT level. Therefore, it is concluded that the eucalyptus possesses significant antidiabetic activity. And finally, we recommend this plant for medicinal uses and for pharmaceutical industries to isolate pure drugs.

Keywords: Alloxan, Methanol, Glucose, Triglyceride
Journal of Botany
Published
2019-09-23
How to Cite
Rahman, S. (2019). Study of Blood Glucose and SGPT lowering effect of Eucalyptus Lanceolata Linn. in Induced Diabetic Rabbits. Journal of Botany, 1(1), 151 - 158. https://doi.org/10.33195/uochjb-v1i1422017