International Food Research Journal 23(6): (December ). Journal Effect of belimbing buluh (Averrhoa bilimbi) juice extract on oxidative. Journal of Food and Drug Analysis . ABAEE = ethyl acetate fraction of Averrhoa bilimbi Linn fruits; DM = diabetes mellitus; DM + ABAEE = STZ-induced. The Combination of Belimbing Wuluh Fruit (Averrhoa Bilimbi L.) and Leaves of Tapak Dara (Catharanthus Roseus G.) From Indonesia as a.

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Igaa conducted a study to evaluate the effect of A. The oldest known record of the plant being used for a therapeutic purpose is found in Egyptian medical papyrus written in the fourteen century. It was collected in Eppendorf. It also displayed remarkable total antioxidant capacity Table 3 avfrrhoa that administration of a combination of Blimbing wuluh fruit aerrhoa tapak dara extract could lower blood glucose levels starting on day 2 until day 15 after treatment of extract.

Averrhoa bilimbi Linn.: A review of its ethnomedicinal uses, phytochemistry, and pharmacology

Malay ethno-medico botany in Machang, Kelantan, Malaysia. Volatile constituents of Averrhoa bilibmi L. Antioxidants are compounds that interact with and neutralize free radicals, thus preventing them from causing cellular damage.

J Essent Oil Res. Hence, many phytoconstituents exhibiting encouraging and potent biological effects have been patented for the commercial pharmaceutical purposes to cure many disorders. It was observed that the leaves aqueous extract significantly decreased the contractility of the norepinephrine-stimulated guinea pig atria without affecting their beating frequency. Moreover, antibacterial activities of extracts have been reported by many scientists [ 34 ].

Tables 2 and 3 illustrate that an increase in BUN and creatinine were significant. Antituberculosis potential of some ethnobotanically selected Malaysian plants. Five species of bacteria used in this study consists of two Grampositive Staphylococcus aureusBacillus cereusthree Gram-negative Pseudomonas aeruginosaE.


In this regard, Bipat et al. Please review our privacy policy. It possesses different pharmacological assets which can be efficaciously exploited for the management of many current global threats such as DM, cardiovascular disorders, and cancer. All the bacteria were sub-cultured on nutrient agar for inoculation.

In an analysis conducted on Malaysia’s A. Fifteen flavonol glycosides were identified from seeds, stems, leaves and flowers of C.

Bklimbi V was treated with a combination of ethanolic extract of A. The zones of inhibition observed in the disc diffusion assay are shown in the Table 1. Given it interesting pharmacological profile, there is an urgent need to identify and isolate the bioactive constituents of this plant responsible for various biological activities. The animals were acclimatized for 10 days before the experiment. The second most dominant compound, namely Z hexenol is also believed to contribute to the green notes of the fruit.

Impact Cites per doc – 0. The prime objective of this review is to accumulate and organize literature based on traditional claims and correlate those with current findings on the use of A. The fruit extracts were diluted using serial two fold averhoa method to obtain seven different concentrations starting with 0.

Edible Medicinal and Non-Medicinal Plants. After overnight fasting, all rats were made diabetic by an injection of fresh solution of mg per kg of alloxan monohydrate intra peritoneal.

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It is a major public health problem that affects over million people worldwide. In our previous study, A. Moreover, a particular plant of medicinal quality needs to be processed very carefully to preserve the pharmacological activity and threshold amount of the bioactive compounds from pre- and post-harvesting stress such as ultraviolet light, heat, chemical exposure, microorganisms ojurnal, and moisture.


Int J Trop Med. These include squalene, 3- 6,10,trimethylpentadecanyl furan-2 5H -one, 2,3-bis 2,6,trimethylundeca-1,5,9-trienyl oxirane, phytol, 3,4-Dihydroxyhexanedioic acid, malonic acid, and 4,5-Dihydroxymethylenehydroxybenzaldehyde. Role of Averrhoa bilimbi as an Antioxidant Agent Antioxidants are compounds that interact with and neutralize free radicals, thus preventing them from causing cellular damage.

The fruits are also rich in Vitamin C and oxalic acid. In-vitro antioxidant and cytotoxic potential od hydromethanolic extract of Averrhoa bilimbi L.

The preliminary phytochemical screening of the leaves extracts revealed the presence of alkaloid, tannins, saponins, flavonoids, cardiac glycosides, glycosides, triterpenes, phenols, and carbohydrates. Int J Food Microbiol. Several pharmacological studies have demonstrated the ability of this plant to act as antidiabetic, antihypertensive, thrombolytic, jjournal, antioxidant, hepatoprotective, and hypolipidemic agent.

Guidelines Upcoming Special Issues. Antimicrobial and cytotoxic properties of some Malaysian traditional vegetables Ulam Pharm Biol. This Chemical studies reveals; these fruits are good source of minerals such as Potassium, Phosphorus, Nitrogen, Calcium, Magnesium and Iron suggesting its use as a potential fruit.

Analysis of chemical constituents in the ethanolic extract of A. Afterwards, incubation tubes were observed for changes in turbidity as an indicator of growth. How to cite item.