Bioefficacy Effect of Nelumbium nucifera on CCl4 Induced Hepatotoxicity in Albino Rats

Authors : R.Sharmila; M.Nithyalakshmi; G.Sivalakshmi; P. Haritha; J.Krishnavani

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 8 - August

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Historically, since the dawn of civilization, medicinal plants are employed to treat a variety of physical disabilities in humans. India has a long history of using traditional medical practices and a traditional healthcare system. Treatment costs in poor nations are greatly influenced by traditional medicine. Consuming medicinal plants served as the primary form of treatment in ancient times, protecting and curing a number of illnesses until the advent of synthetic medications in the nineteenth century. The failure of a specific organ or even death can result from the toxicity of different organs. Since liver damage from numerous important causes, such as hepatotoxicity, is one of the harmful and hazardous toxic effects of the liver. This may result in serious effects in animals too. The disease that causes this harmful effect has been found, however the severity is low and the need is great. 40% of medicines prescribed are made from herbs, and the most popular pharmaceutical preparations in the world are made from natural ingredients. Approximately 80% of people in the globe utilize herbal remedies. This is evidence of the comeback in popularity of herbal therapy. Medicinal plants, herbs, roots, and fruits are the foundation of herbal medicine, sometimes referred to as phytomedicine. Fruits have been utilized for ages in traditional medicine, along with herbs, roots, stems, rhizomes, and bark. Medicinal fruits are also referred to as functional foods or nutraceuticals due to their purported health benefits. They fulfill both a dietary/nutritional and a medicinal purpose. Not only for humans even for some animals also have herbal medicines been preferred for their well being. In the same way, our article is based on the effect of Nelumbium nucifera on carbon tetrachloride which may induce the hepatotoxicity in Albino rats. Lets discuss the beneficial aspects of Nelumbium and the various effects of hepatotoxicity and how can be it treated elaborately.

Keywords : Hepatotoxicity, CCl4, Nelumbium nucifera.


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