Development of Herbosomes for the Treatment of Diabetes

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A. Krishna sailaja, G. Bhanusri and D. Vishwanayani

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Published: 14 December 2020 | Article Type : Review Article

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The main aim of this article is to reduce the adverse effects associated with synthetic drugs which are used to reduce the side effects of diabetes. Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disorder characterized by hyperglycemia because of impaired insulin action, decreased insulin production. Chronic diabetes can cause other health complications which affect arteries, eyes, kidneys and nerves. There are multiple therapies available to treat diabetes, but total recovery from diabetes may not possible. The major disadvantage of the allopathic drugs have some adverse effects such as renal impairments, mal-absorption, diarrhea and abdominal bloating. The anti-diabetic medicines from plants have a similar mechanism of action as allopathic drugs and lessside effect with low cost. A list of medicinal plants with proven anti diabetic and related beneficial effects of herbal drugs used in treatment of diabetes such as Allium sativum, Eugenia jambolana, Ocimum sanctum, Acacia arabica, Allium cepa, aloe vera, aloe barbadensis and azadirachta indica etc.

Keywords: anti diabetic, hyperglycemia, allopathic drugs, herbs.

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A. Krishna sailaja, G. Bhanusri and D. Vishwanayani. (2020-12-14). "Development of Herbosomes for the Treatment of Diabetes." *Volume 4*, 2, 16-23