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THE PHARMA REVIEW (SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER 2010)

Effects of Plant Metabolites on Enzymes Control in Diabetic Regulation

Velmani G, Subhash C Mandal

Abstract
In addition to the proper utilization of technological advances, a logical interpretation of the codified language of traditional medicine also becomes a necessity in order to further promote research in this field of mechanism of action on diabetic control. The management of diabetes mellitus is considered a global problem and successful treatment is yet to be discovered. The objective of the present review use to make an analysis of the ethnopharmacological information on the medicinal plants used in diabetes mellitus control.
 
Introduction
According to the World Health Organization, more than 70% of the world’s population must use traditional medicine to satisfy their principal health needs. A great number of medicinal plants used in the control of the diabetes mellitus have been reported 7. It is believed that, herbal medicine has little side effects as well as it requires no cost in few cases. Now a day, the scientists and researchers are looking for natural plant products by research all over the world and a large number of the evidences have shown the immense potential of medicinal plants used traditionally. It is clear from review of this study, these plants owe their antidiabetic properties to their selective phytochemical composition is fundamental to understanding the mode/mechanism of antidiabetic action of these medicinal plants.16

  

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