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Asian Journal of Scientific Research
  Year: 2012 | Volume: 5 | Issue: 1 | Page No.: 1-13
DOI: 10.3923/ajsr.2012.1.13
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Complementary Therapeutic Potential: A Focus on Polyherbal Products for Hyperglycemia

S. Sujatha and J. Jemima Shalin

Nature has always been stands as a golden mark to amplify the outstanding phenomenon of symbiosis. Ayurvedic remedies for diabetes are usually mixed formulations containing blood sugar lowering herbs in combinations with immunomodulator, detoxicants with the rationale behind such formulations being provided by modern research. Polyherbal formulations have plant-based pharmacological agents which may exert synergistic, potentiative, agonistic antagonistic actions by virtue of its diverse active principles within themselves. These pharmacological principles work together in a dynamic way to produce maximum therapeutic efficiency with minimum side effects. Medicinal plants existing even before human being made their appearance on the earth. The development procedures of herbal drugs for world-wide use has to been different form that of synthetic drugs. The raw materials for Ayurvedic medicines were mostly obtained from plant sources in the form of crude drugs such as dried herbal powders or their extracts or mixture of products or mixture of product. Apart from these systems there has been a rich heritage of Ethno-botanical usage of herbs by various colorful tribal communities in the country. Hence, the present review provides the supportive evidence consideration of a therapeutic approach combining the beneficial effects of Polyherbal preparation in association with adaptive physical activity for effective management of diabetic complications.
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How to cite this article:

S. Sujatha and J. Jemima Shalin, 2012. Complementary Therapeutic Potential: A Focus on Polyherbal Products for Hyperglycemia. Asian Journal of Scientific Research, 5: 1-13.

DOI: 10.3923/ajsr.2012.1.13


25 February, 2012
Highly commented reviewpaper regarding the hyperglycemia
with natural medicine




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