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ISSN Print: 2394-0530, ISSN Online: 2320-3862

Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies

2021, Vol. 9, Issue 6, Part A
Evaluation of anti diabetic, antioxidative and proteolytic potentials of Salacia chinens organic extracts

Sourabh Yashawant Jadhav, Sonali Das, Akshay Milind Patil, Mahesh Gadekar, Ganesh Dibara and Sandhya Suhas Shinde

Salacia chinens this herb has been reported in Ayurveda as a treatment for Madhumeha (ancient name of Diabetes mellitus) called as saptarangi and is distributed in Sri Lanka, India, China, Malaysia and other countries. in ayurveda is used for treatment of Rheumatism, Itches, Asthma and Ear diseases along with Diabetes and Obesity, scientists have tried to explore the hypoglycemic potential of various extracts. In this research we have identified biological activities important in human health. In this study of phytochemical analysis of Salacia chines is which was extracted in water and methanol shows various phytochemical properties. It recognize. Test for phenol, terpenoids, flavonoids, saponins, tannins, reducing sugar, amino acid respectively. The plant shows higher protein concentration in methanolic extract (2.9793mg/ml) than that of water extract (1.350mg/ml). The study of antidiabetic property was calculated by ERBA kit, both the extract of plant (methanolic and water extract) showing antidiabetic activity. Protease activity of Salacia chinens extract was carried out by milk agar, it involved determining the protease enzyme activity which present in plant shows respective plant consist of proteolytic enzyme.
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How to cite this article:
Sourabh Yashawant Jadhav, Sonali Das, Akshay Milind Patil, Mahesh Gadekar, Ganesh Dibara, Sandhya Suhas Shinde. Evaluation of anti diabetic, antioxidative and proteolytic potentials of Salacia chinens organic extracts. J Med Plants Stud 2021;9(6):43-46. DOI: 10.22271/plants.2021.v9.i6a.1351
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