Morphological Characteristics Of Jasminum Grandiflorum Leaves

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7. RESULT & OBSERVATION
Table No.7.1:- Morphological characteristics of Jasminum grandiflorum leaves
S.No. Character Observation
1 Color Gggggggg Green
2 Odour Characteristic
3 Taste Acrid
4 Size 4-5.5 cm. length
5 Texture Smooth
Table No.7.2:- Physiochemical analysis of powder of Jasminum grandiflorum leaves

S.No. Parameters Observation (%)
1 Loss on drying 0.6
2 Total ash value 7
3 Acid insoluble ash value 2.6
4 Water soluble ash value 1.25
5 Foaming index 22 (ml) Table No.7.3:- Consistency and color of Jasminum grandiflorum leaves extract

Extract Color
Consistency
Ethanolic Dark Green Semi Solid

Table No.7.4:- Phytochemical screening of ethanolic extract of Jasminum grandiflorum leaves S.No. Chemical Tests Ethanolic extract
1 Carbohydrates
i) Molisch’s Test

ii) Fehling’s Test (+)

(-)

2 Tannins
i) Vanillin- HCL Test

ii)Ferric chloride Test
(+)

(+)

3 Alkaloids

i) Wager’s Test

(+)

4
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Normal vehicle control animals were found no change in their body weight but diabetic control rats showed 11.19% reduction in the body weight. The treatment with Extract (at 100 & 200 mg/kg b.w.) showed less change in the body weight (7.11% & 4.43% respectively) compared with the diabetic control.
The effect of ethanolic extracts of Jasminum grandiflorum in alloxan induce diabetes is shown in table-7.6. The intraperitonial administration of alloxan elicited significant hyperglycaemia in rats. Pre-treatment with extract at dose 100 & 200mg/kg and glibenclamide at dose 5mg/kg elicited significant inhibition of alloxan induced hyperglycamia. Almost similar and significant inhibitory effect was observed on 7th day and 14th day.
The Results were compared with glibenclamide was more effective in reducing blood glucose level in normal as well as negative control

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