International Journal of Homoeopathic Sciences
2021, Vol. 5 Issue 1, Part D
Effect of Carduus marrianus and Chelidonium majus in hepatic damage
Author(s): Rajamanickam Kandasamy and Sunny Mathew
The present study was undertaken to investigate hepatoprotective activity of Carduus marrianus and Chelidonium majus against paracetamol intoxicated rats and supplemented by histopathological studies of liver tissues. The Homoeopathic Potencies of C. marianus and C. majus have significantly altered the Paracetamol induced liver damages. Hepatic collagen content as evident from decreased (p<0.05) hydroxyproline levels and hepatic mast cell infiltration were significantly decreased in pre-treated animals. In addition, C. marianus and C. majus potencies significantly (p<0.05) reduced hepatic lipid peroxidation as evident in the liver tissues. The findings of study suggested that potencies of C. marianus and C. Majus heal the Paracetamol induced Hepatic tissue damages. Hence it is have more potential effect in hepatoprotective activity.
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Rajamanickam Kandasamy, Sunny Mathew. Effect of Carduus marrianus and Chelidonium majus in hepatic damage. Int J Hom Sci 2021;5(1):213-217.