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Manish Gunjan World Journal of Pharmaceutical research 5 Gymnema sylvestre (18) 6. Zingiber 7. Radix 8. officinale (19) platycodi (20,21) Erythrina vareigata (22) www.wjpr.net Asclepiadaceae leaves and roots Zingiberaceae Ginger extract lowers triglycerides and “bad cholesterol - The phytochemical, gingerol and shogaol increase the metabolic rate and thus help to “burn off” excessive fat and also suppress the absorption of calorie- dense dietary fats from the intestines. Campanulaceae dried root The aqueous extract of Fabaceae Leaf extract Platycodi radix may inhibit the intestinal absorption of dietary fat by inhibiting its hydrolysis - hypolipidaemic, anti obesity effect in Siddha system of medicine - Leaf extract has a high total phenol content, beneficially altered lipid parameters and reduced body weight. 1255
Manish Gunjan World Journal of Pharmaceutical research 9. Nigella sativa Linn 10. Achyranthes aspera (23) 11. Allium sativum (24) 12. Acorus calamus (25) www.wjpr.net Ranunculaceae Seeds - reduce cholesterol, Amaranthaceae Whole plant Alliaceae Whole plant triglyceride and glucose levels - The alcoholic extract of this plant at 100mg/kg dose, lowered total serum cholesterol (TC) and phospholipid (PL), triglyceride (TG) and total. lipid (TL) levels by 60, 51, 33 and 53 percent, respectively in triton-induced hyperlipidemic rats. - Lower blood cholesterol (fat) levels Araceae Tannins - Tannins from this plant at 10mg/kg dose decreased the serum cholesterol and triglyceride levels in rats fed with atherogenic diet.At a dose of 20mg/kg 1256