Characterization of some herbal antidiabetic drugs in polyherbal formulation by microscopy

  • Chandel H
  • Pathak A
  • Tailang M
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Abstract

Ayurvedic formulations are used to treat a wide variety of diseases including diabetes mellitus Standardization of herbal formulation is essential in order to assess the quality of drugs. The present paper reports standardization of eight herbal anti-diabetic drugs-Momordica charantia (seeds), Syzigium cumini (seeds), Trigonella foenum (seeds), Azadirachta indica (leaves), Emblica offi cinalis (fruits), Curcuma longa (rhizomes), Gymnema sylvestre (leaves), Pterocarpus marsupium (heart-wood) individually and in polyherbal marketed samples of Baidyanath Madhumehari Churna

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  • Characterization
  • Herbal antidiabetic drugs
  • Microscopy
  • Polyherbal formulation

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Authors

  • Harinarayan Singh Chandel

  • A. K. Pathak

  • Mukul Tailang

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