Evaluation of wound healing effect of Jasminum grandiflorum in albino rats by histopathological studies

Ravishankar M, Shreenivas P. Revankar, Jagadeesh K

Abstract


Background: Wound healing is an important process in regeneration of the lost tissue, it involves various steps. Varieties of substances are known to interact in the healing process, some of the plant products are found to be beneficial. Jasmine leaves are mentioned to have healing effect in ancient literature. Hence the study was carried out to evaluate the wound healing effect by assessing the histopathological parameters.

Methods: The study was done in the albino rats which were divided into various groups. The histopathological parameters were studied at regular intervals.

Results: It was found that jasmine paste improved the wound healing process at all the stages.

Conclusion: Jasminum grandiflorum has wound healing effect in albino rats.


Keywords


Wound healing, Jasminum grandiflorum, Excision model, Wound contraction, Histopathological

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