Efecto hipoglicemiante de la canela cinnamomun verum j.Presl en ratas inducidas a hiperglicemia con estreptozocina

Translated title of the contribution: Hypoglycemian effect of the cinnamon cinnamomun verum j.Presl in rats induced to hyperglycemia with streptozocine

Carlos David Neyra-Rivera, Daniel Espinoza-Portilla, Gabriela Soriano-Chavez, Dick Ray Fabian-Medina, Nora Gabriela Herrera-Hernández, Ericson Leonardo Gutierrez-Ingunza, Mario Antonio Bolarte-Arteaga

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Abstract

The cinnamon Cinnamomun verum J.Presl is an evergreen tree from Sri Lanka. Various properties have been attributed to it, one of them being the reduction of the glucose level, therefore the objective of this work was to evaluate the hypoglycemic effect of cinnamon Cinnamomun verum J.Presl, which grows in the Huyro district (Convention Province, Cusco-Peru) at an altitude of 1524 masl. Cinnamon was collected (leaves, fruit and stem), its taxonomic classification was carried out and with the collected samples the aqueous extract was used that was used to perform the phytochemical screening, bromatological analysis and to evaluate the hypoglycemic activity (in concentrations 60 mg/kg, 100 mg/kg and 150 mg/kg) in rats induced by hyperglycemia with streptozocin. A significant decrease in blood glucose level was observed in rats treated with the aqueous cinnamon extract.

Translated title of the contributionHypoglycemian effect of the cinnamon cinnamomun verum j.Presl in rats induced to hyperglycemia with streptozocine
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)80-89
Number of pages10
JournalMedicina Naturista
Volume15
Issue number1
StatePublished - 1 Jan 2021
Externally publishedYes

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