"Analyses Of The Anti-Diabetic Activity Of Lactuca Sativa (L.) Seeds From Various Geographical Regions"

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Manoj Kumar Prabhakar
Abdul Wadood Siddiqui


Through the use of diabetic rats, the current stdies has established that Artemisia indica and Lactuca sativa have the potential to serve as antidiabetic medicines. These plants have been shown to successfully reduce hyperglycemia and guard against metabolic abnormalities that are associated with diabetes. In the treatment of diabetes, Artemisia indica has been used traditionally, and these findings lend credence to that practice. One possible explanation for the reported antidiabetic benefits is that Artemisia indica and Lactuca sativa possess the ability to enhance the quantity of pancreatic β-cells within the islets of Langerhans and to restore their activity. However, additional research is required to analyse various chemical elements of the plant for its hypoglycemic qualities, discover the particular targets and mechanisms of action of these constituents, and evaluate the possibility of combining plant products with manufactured medications. Topical formulations can be designed with a variety of physicochemical properties, such as those that have a solid, semisolid, or liquid consistency. With the help of these studies, we can learn more about the molecular pathways that cause the effects we've seen. After the active compounds have been identified and characterized, the next step is to investigate their potential therapeutic targets. This will allow for the development of a more precise and effective treatment for diabetes.

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Manoj Kumar Prabhakar, & Abdul Wadood Siddiqui. (2023). "Analyses Of The Anti-Diabetic Activity Of Lactuca Sativa (L.) Seeds From Various Geographical Regions". Journal for ReAttach Therapy and Developmental Diversities, 6(10s(2), 1821–1828. https://doi.org/10.53555/jrtdd.v6i10s(2).2350
Author Biographies

Manoj Kumar Prabhakar

Department of Pharmacy, Iec College Of Engineering And Technology, Greater Noida, U. P., India-201310

Abdul Wadood Siddiqui

school Of Pharmacy, Mangalayatan University Aligarh, Beswan, Uttar Pradesh, India– 202145


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