Effect of Bilvapatra (Aegle Marmelous) in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. by Dr. Prashant Budhwat SignUp
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Effect of Bilvapatra (Aegle Marmelous)
in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.
by Dr. Prashant Budhwat Bookmark and Share
 

INTRODUCTION

DIABETES results when the body makes too little insulin or does not use insulin properly, allowing sugar levels to build up in the blood stream. The free radicals are one of the important etiological factors for the development of diabetes and its complications. Antioxidants capable of protecting against the damage induced by free radicals & it also have a role in reducing the effects of diabetes.

There are many herbal medicinal plants like Babul, Bilva , Davana, Neeam, Jambu etc with proven  antidiabetic & related beneficial effects.

Aim - To study the effect  Bilvapatra (Leaves extract  of aegle marmelos) in type 2 DM

MATERIALS AND METHODS

TYPE OF STUDY: Open randomized uncontrolled clinical trial
No. of  patients : 30.     
Study  centre: OPD of the institute.
Drug: Bilvapatra leaves extract.
Duration of treatment- 12 weeks. 
Inclusion criteria
Patients having signs and symptoms of type 2 Diabetes mellitus.

Pts having fasting BSL between 126-220 &  post prandial between 200-400 were taken for the study. Patients were examine before & after clinically & pathologically.

Investigations: Haemogram, BSL fasting & PP, LFT, RFT,Lipid profile ,HbA1c and Urine –R & M were done before & after.

OBSERVATIONS AND RESULTS

  • Mean BSL fasting B.T was 154.6 with sd 22.10.while  Mean BSL fasting A.T.was 132.6 with sd of 23.53 with mean diff.of 22.56 & sd 4.225.

  • MEAN BSL PP B.T.Was 234.4 sd 35.804 while Mean BSL post prandial A.T. was 205.5 with Sd 38.62.

  • Mean HbA1c B.T. was 8.08 with Sd 1.052 while Mean HbA1c A.T. was 7.45 with Sd 0.902 .

  • Mean Urine Sugar B.T. was 1.53 with Sd 0.8193 while Mean Urine sugar A.T. was 0.56 with Sd 0.6261.


All above parameters were statistically found significant with paired “t”-test.The average symptomatic relief was 64.40 %.

CONCLUSION-
Bilvapatra  can be used as an Adjuvant therapy in type 2 DM.

14-Jan-2014
More by :  Dr. Prashant Budhwat
 
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Article Comment
I am 55 years old male having diabitis.

In fasting it is 239 and after lunch/dinner it is 250-300.

I just want to know ca i have bilva patra juice for above reading. Pl. also provide how much juice i should take and when ? ( morning or after lunch ).

Regards

Shailesh Bhatt
SHAILESH BHATT
08/18/2015
 
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