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(PDF) Antidiabetic Activity of Aloe vera Leaves

Aloe vera, a succulent perennial and drought resisting plant, is well known for its therapeutic potential. A number of beneficial effects of aloe vera have been reported, including

Antidiabetic activity of Aloe vera L. juice. I. Clinical

Aloe vera gel has been claimed to have antidiabetic activity but not all published results are consistent. We investigated the effect of oral administration of one tablespoonful of Aloe vera juice, twice a day for at least 2 weeks in patients with diabetes. Blood sugar and triglyceride levels in the

Antidiabetic Activity of Aloe vera Leaves PubMed

This research evaluated the potential of using the methanol extract of Aloe vera (L.) Burm.f (AVM) to prevent the formation of AGEs by means of the BSA/glucose assay, BSA-methylglyoxal assay, arginine-methylglyoxal assay, fructosamine, Nɛ-(carboxymethyl) lysine (CML), thiol groups, and carbonyl protein in vitro.The effect of AVM was also evaluated with regard to inhibiting the enzymes α

(PDF) Antidiabetic and cytotoxic activities of Aloe

Antidiabetic and cytotoxic activities of Aloe ferox Mill R. Mhaladi, I.T. Madamombe-Manduna, S.S. Mashele Drug Discovery Unit, Department of Health Sciences,Central University

Verification of antidiabetic potential of Aloe vera: ɑ

Verification of antidiabetic potential of Aloe vera: ɑ-amylase inhibitory assay of crude aloe gel and aloe latex with rind extracts. Deanne Alcalde 1, Diane May Tajo 1 and Dyan Reizl Valencia 1 1 Philippine Science High School Western Visayas Campus Bito-on, Jaro, Iloilo City 5000, Department of Science and Technology, Philippines

Evaluation of Antidiabetic Activity of the Leaf Latex of

The findings showed that the plant was endowed with glucose lowering potential, and the effect was concordant with dose-dependent antidiabetic activity of the leaf latex of Aloe megalacantha . In another study, administration of Aloe vera leaf gel at the doses of 200 and 400 mg/kg has been safe and effective as 50 mg/kg metformin [ 13 ].

Evaluation of Antioxidant Potential of Aloe vera (Aloe

2019-5-26  The polysaccharide and flavonoid concentrations of two-, three-, and four-year-old Aloe vera were determined, and their antioxidant activities were evaluated compared to BHT and α-tocopherol by the DPPH radical scavenging method and the linoleic acid system at 100 μg of soluble solids per mL of ethanol. The results showed that three-year-old Aloe vera contained significantly higher levels of

List of references supporting the assessment of Aloe

List of references supporting the assessment of Aloe barbadensis Mill. and Aloe (various species, mainly Aloe ferox Mill. and its hybrids), folii succus siccatus EMA/HMPC/759584/2015 Page 3/13 De Witte P, Lemli J. Metabolism of 14C-rhein and 14C-rhein anthrone in rats.

LC-MS characterization of bioactive metabolites from

2020-4-1  Two Yemeni Aloe(s) have been investigated; the resin from A. perry Baker (APR, Socotran Aloe), and the gel from A. vera (AVG, Saber Yamaniis). LC-MS for APR identified aloin B, aloinoside B/A, homonataloin B and microdontin B/A as the major components, constituting 67.7% w/w of the extract.

Antidiabetic Potential of Medicinal Plants and Their

Aloe vera (Asphodelaceae) Aloe vera extract was evaluated in streptozotocin-induced diabetic mice and in mouse embryonic NIH/3T3 cells [ 896 ]. Administration of an extract at a dosage of 130 mg/kg per day for four weeks resulted in a significant decrease in blood glucose, TG, LDL, and TC, an effect comparable to that of metformin.

ORIGINAL RESEARCH A O A EVALUATION OF

2019-7-9  The Egyptians called Aloe “The plant of immortality’’ and the gel has been evaluated for a number of biological activities and used worldwide in drug and cosmetic industry, commonly called Aloe vera (Syn. of Aloe barbadenciss Mill belongs to Family Liliaceae). Aloe species are propagated worldwide and

Antibacterial activities and antioxidant capacity of

2013-7-19  Aloe vera (L.) Burm.f. (Aloe barbadensis Miller) is a perennial succulent xerophyte, which develops water storage tissue in the leaves to survive in dry areas of low or erratic rainfall. The innermost part of the leaf is a clear, soft, moist, and slippery tissue that consists of large thin-walled parenchyma cells in which water is held in the form of a viscous mucilage .

Pharmacological Update Properties of Aloe Vera and

Aloe vera has been traditionally used to treat skin injuries (burns, cuts, insect bites, and eczemas) and digestive problems because its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and wound healing properties. Research on this medicinal plant has been aimed at validating traditional uses and deepening the mechanism of action, identifying the compounds responsible for these activities.

Therapeutic and Medicinal Uses of Aloe vera : A Review

2014-3-6  The plant Aloe vera is used in Ayurvedic, Homoeopathic and Allopathic streams of medicine, and not only tribal community but also most of the people for food and medicine. The plant leaves contains numerous vitamins, minerals, enzymes, amino acids, natural sugars and other bioactive compounds with emollient, purgative, anti-microbial, anti inflammatory, antioxidant, aphrodisiac, anti

List of references supporting the assessment of Aloe

List of references supporting the assessment of Aloe barbadensis Mill. and Aloe (various species, mainly Aloe ferox Mill. and its hybrids), folii succus siccatus EMA/HMPC/759584/2015 Page 3/13 De Witte P, Lemli J. Metabolism of 14C-rhein and 14C-rhein anthrone in rats.

Bioactive Compounds and Medicinal Properties of

2014-2-3  The practice of using Aloe vera extract as a herbal medicine basically depend on folklore and by experiences of people over a long period of time. Extensive research, especially in the area of basic biochemical characterization and elucidation of bioactivities has been conducted in a systematic manner. This has resulted in the characterization of many biochemical compounds from Aloe vera

Aloe Vera Gel Research Review Natural Medicine

2 天前  Abstract. Aloe vera, commonly known as Barbados or Curaçao Aloe, is an herbal medicine with a long tradition of use by a variety of cultures.The succulent plant grows in arid and subtropical climates and is best known for 2 distinct preparations: the clear mucilaginous gel that is widely used for the treatment of minor burns, especially sunburns, and the thick sap of the leaves that turns

Sabila, aloe vera, ALOE, Lu hui: Herbal Therapy

2020-4-15  Aloe barbadensis Mill. Dilang-boaia (Bik.) Aloe Study showed the association of MTA and Aloe vera has potential to reduce the effects of the inflammatory cascade and promote bone formations. Results suggest potential for future use in endodontic therapy. and may further decrease blood sugar when taken with antidiabetic drugs. • Aloe

Pharmacological Update Properties of Aloe Vera and

Aloe vera has been traditionally used to treat skin injuries (burns, cuts, insect bites, and eczemas) and digestive problems because its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and wound healing properties. Research on this medicinal plant has been aimed at validating traditional uses and deepening the mechanism of action, identifying the compounds responsible for these activities.

Antibacterial activities and antioxidant capacity of

2013-7-19  Aloe vera (L.) Burm.f. (Aloe barbadensis Miller) is a perennial succulent xerophyte, which develops water storage tissue in the leaves to survive in dry areas of low or erratic rainfall. The innermost part of the leaf is a clear, soft, moist, and slippery tissue that consists of large thin-walled parenchyma cells in which water is held in the form of a viscous mucilage .

Aloe Species as Valuable Sources of Functional

Hu Y, Xu J et al (2003) Evaluation of antioxidant potential of Aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis Miller) extracts. J Agric Food Chem 51(26):7788–7791 PubMed Google Scholar Huseini HF, Kianbakht S, Hajiaghaee R, Dabaghian FH (2012) Anti-hyperglycemic and anti-hypercholesterolemic effects of Aloe vera leaf gel in hyperlipidemic type 2 diabetic

Anti‐inflammatory effects of aloe vera gel in human

Background: Oral aloe vera gel is widely used by patients with inflammatory bowel disease and is under therapeutic evaluation for this condition.. Aim: To assess the effects of aloe vera in vitro on the production of reactive oxygen metabolites, eicosanoids and interleukin‐8, all of which may be pathogenic in inflammatory bowel disease.. Methods: The anti‐oxidant activity of aloe vera was

Aloe Complementary and Alternative Medicine St.

Investigation of the anti-inflammatory potential of Aloe vera gel (97.5%) in the ultraviolet erythema test. Skin Pharmacol Physiol. 2008;21(2):106-10. Saka WA, Akhhigbe RE, Ishola OS, Ashamu EA, Olayemi OT, Adeleke GE. Hepatotherapeutic effect of Aloe vera in alcohol-induced hepatic damage. Pak J Biol Sci. 2011;14(14):742-6

List of references supporting the assessment of Aloe

List of references supporting the assessment of Aloe barbadensis Mill. and Aloe (various species, mainly Aloe ferox Mill. and its hybrids), folii succus siccatus EMA/HMPC/759584/2015 Page 3/13 De Witte P, Lemli J. Metabolism of 14C-rhein and 14C-rhein anthrone in rats.

Possible hypoglycemic effect of Aloe vera L. high

Aloe vera L. high molecular weight fractions (AHM) containing less than 10 ppm of barbaloin and polysaccharide (MW: 1000 kDa) with glycoprotein, verectin (MW: 29 kDa), were prepared by patented hyper-dry system in combination of freeze–dry technique with microwave and far infrared radiation. AHM produced significant decrease in blood glucose level sustained for 6 weeks of the start of the study.

Acemannan and Fructans from Aloe vera (Aloe

2019-5-24  The nutraceutical properties of Aloe vera have been attributed to a glucomannan known as acemannan. Recently information has been published about the presence of fructans in Aloe vera but there are no publications about acemannan and fructans as prebiotic compounds. This study investigated in vitro the prebiotic properties of these polysaccharides. Our results demonstrated that fructans from

Antidiabetic Medicinal Plants Used by the Basotho

Diabetes mellitus (DM) belongs to the group of five leading important diseases causing death globally and remains a major health problem in Africa. A number of factors such as poverty, poor eating habit, and hormonal imbalance are responsible for the occurrence of the disease. It poses a major health challenge in Africa continent today and the prevalence continues to increase at an alarming rate.

International Aloe Science Council > Resources

The International Aloe Science Council is a non-profit trade organization for the Aloe Vera industry world-wide. Aloe growers, processors, finished goods manufacturers, marketing companies, insurance companies, equipment suppliers, printers, sales organizations, physicians, scientists and researchers are all eligible for and comprise the membership.