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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 6, June 2021 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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A Perspective Review On Diabetes Mellitus And The Potential Antidiabetic Activity Of Medicinal Plants

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AUTHOR(S)

Gargantiel, Maryglen, Faller, Erwin M.

 

KEYWORDS

Diabetes mellitus, fasting blood glucose, glibenclamide, hypoglycemic, insulin, medicinal plants, pancreatic β- cells

 

ABSTRACT

Plants have provided man with all his needs in terms of shelter, clothing, food, flavors and fragrances as not the smallest amount, medicines [1]. According to the estimation of the World Health Organization, 80% of the population in developing countries still depends on folk medicine for prevention or treatment of illnesses [2]. Chronic diseases have resulted from the radical change in the lifestyle choices of people over the century. [3] The use of herbal and traditional medicines may be a common practice because the option of traditional medicines within the treatment of lifestyle associated diseases (such as hypertension and diabetes mellitus) are found to be more practical due to its cheaper cost [4]. Diabetes mellitus is a public health problem which leads to serious complications over time [5]. Diabetes mellitus (DM), both insulin- dependent DM (IDDM) and non-insulin dependent DM (NIDDM) may be a common and high disorder throughout the planet. The use of traditional plant remedies has been practiced throughout the world for diabetes mellitus [6]. As mentioned in the review article of Bahare et. al in 2019[7] traditional knowledge of antidiabetic Asian plants were found in different countries in Southeast Asia like Iran; Malaysia; Philippines; Saudi Arabia; Sri Lanka and India, to name a few. A compiled review on the information about medicinal plants used for the treatment of diabetes mellitus was done comprehensively and was proven that plants are a potential source of anti-diabetic drugs through ethnobotanical information reports of several plants that may possess anti-diabetic potential. The present review aims to examine some of the important plant species and their constituents, showing their beneficial effects such as the potential antidiabetic activity that can be used in the management of diabetes.

 

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