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HERDIN Record #: NCR-OLFU-14041514502829

Lipid lowering property of Spinicia olaracea leaf extract in pork fat-induced hyperlipidemic albino rats of Wistar strain.

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The lipid lowering property of Spinacia oleracea leaf ethanolic extract was investigated in cholesterol diet-induced hyperlipidemic rats in comparison of a known standard lipid lowering drug simvastatin (10mg). Oral administration of diluted 23.6g of the ethanolic extract of Spinacia oleracea leaves exhibited a significant reduction of (P .000) in serum lipid levels consist of Total Cholesterol, Triglycerides, and VLDL. Significant reduction of (P .005) was obtained in LDL levels and a (P .000) significant increase in HDL levels. The Extract has the potential to act as antihyperlipidemic drug.

Publication Type
Journal
Publication Sub Type
Journal Article, Original
Title
Fatima University Research Journal
Frequency
Annual
Publication Date
2011-2012
Issue
4
Page(s)
116-120

Objectives

The lipid lowering property of Spinacia oleracea leaf ethanolic extract was investigated in cholesterol diet-induced hyperlipidemic rats in comparison of a known standard lipid lowering drug simvastatin (10mg).

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