The determination of blood sugar reduction effect of brassica juncea seed extract in sprague dawley rats
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Diabetes, Brassica, Rats
This study aimed to determine the blood sugar reduction effect of Brassica juncea seed extract, identified as a plant with potential anti-diabetic potential in Alloxan-induced (150 mg/kg body weight) male diabetic Sprague Dawley rats. After 14 days of treatment, the mean blood glucose levels of both treatment groups (LD & HD) were noticeably lower that the negative control group (NG). However, although feeding of the BJ seed extracts (450 mg/kg/dose) seemingly showed a trend that connotes an improvement in blood glucose levels, the numbers were not found to be statistically significant.
Villaflor, W., Villanueva, P. J., Vigilla, V., Villar, R. M., Wong, C., Wong, E., Yabut, M. Y., Yanguas, J., Zubiri, Y. M., & Zantua, I. (2016). The determination of blood sugar reduction effect of brassica juncea seed extract in sprague dawley rats. [Research output, De La Salle Medical and Health Sciences Institute]. GreenPrints. https://greenprints.dlshsi.edu.ph/pharmacology/35/