A clinical study of Chirabilva ghanavati in Hyperlipidemia
Keywords:Hyperlipidaemia, Hyperlipoproteinemia, Hypercholestrimia, Chirabilva Ghanavati, Atherosclerosis, Coronary heart diseases.
Hyperlipidaemia is a general term for elevated concentrations of any or all of the lipids in the plasma, including hyperlipoproteinemia, hypercholestrimia etc. Hyperlipidaemia is concerned as the cause for coronary heart diseases and atherosclerosis which results from slow but sure deposition of lipids in the arteries is a chief cause of mortality worldwide. Aim of this study is to evaluate antihyperlipidaemic activity of Chirabilva Ghanavati prepared from bark and heart wood of Chirabilva (Holoptelia integrifolia (Roxb.) Planch.). The patients suffering from Hyperlipidaemia and its related disorders like non-insulin dependent diabetes etc. were selected randomly and divided into two groups, each group contains 15 patients. The patients of group A were advised to take Chirabilva Ghanavati prepared from stem bark. The patients of group B were advised to take Chirabilva Ghanavati prepared from heart wood. The overall result showed that Chirabilva Ghanavati prepared from the stem bark was more effective than Chirabilva Ghanavati prepared from the heart wood in Hyperlipidaemia.
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