Evaluation of antihyperglycemic activity of modified Nisha Amalaki yoga in swiss albino mice

Dr. Palak Purohit


Background: Juvenile diabetes or insulin dependent diabetes mellitus is a chronic condition. Ayurvedic herbs
are relatively low cost, more suitable and have negligible side effects than synthetic oral anti-hyperglycemic
agents, can you buy soma online legally. Guduchi, Aamalaki, and Haridra are reported as highly potent anti-diabetic herb in Ayurveda and Nisha-
Aamalaki is popularly known by the Ayurvedic fraternity for its therapeutic properties on Prameha represented
as diabetes mellitus. Aim: The aim of the study was to evaluate the modified Nisha Amalaki yoga (MNA) for
its anti-hyperglycemic effect in glucose overloaded albino mice. Materials and Methods: Anti-hyperglycemic
potential of MNA Yoga was evaluated in Swiss albino mice. Statistical Analysis: The results were statistically
interpreted using Student’s “t”-test for paired and unpaired data to assess the statistical buy soma online cheap significance and the
significant level was set at P < 0.05. Results: MNA showed on blood sugar level (BSL) in glucose overloaded
mice at different time intervals. Marked increase in BSL in glucose overloaded mice in control group at all the
time intervals in comparison to their initial values. MNA yoga and standard drug did not produce any significant
anti-hyperglycemic effect at 30 min in comparison to values observed in control group. Conclusion: MNA
showed anti-hyperglycemic effect found in MNA and standard treated mice. MNA treated mice produced more
anti-hyperglycemic effect at some extent followed by standard treated in glucose overloaded hyperglycemic mice
at 120 min.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22377/ijgp.v15i3.3150


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