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60 Free Essays on Science Investigatory Projecteffects Of Makahiya Mimosa Pudica Leaves Extract In Homeopathic Treatment Of Syrian Hamsters Mesocricetus Auratus With Hyperglycemia

  1. Makahiaya Tea

    and hoarseness in the Punjab and in Cashmere. Source: Bureau of Plant Industry, Department of Agriculture Title: EFFECTS OF MAKAHIYA (Mimosa pudica) LEAVES EXTRACT IN HOMEOPATHIC TREATMENT OF SYRIAN HAMSTERS (Mesocricetus auratus) WITH HYPERGLYCEMIA Proponents: ROXANNE P. DE LEON, MARK JOSEPH...

  2. Mimosa Pudica (Makahiya) root extract against rice pest

    water and a total of 50ml of makahiya roots represents 50% concentration. Third beaker - contain 75ml of water and a total of 25ml of makahiya roots represents 25% concentration. 7 C. Disposal Treatment After using the Mimosa pudica (makahiya) leaves will be use it as a mulch in reseeding...

  3. Comparative Analysis of Hypoglycemic Activity of Camias (Averrhoa Bilimbi L.), Guava (Psidium Guajava L.) and Macopa (Syzygium Samarangense) Leaf Extracts in Glucose-Treated Rats (Rattus Norvegicus)

    kidney stones. (Bermosa, 2008) Mimosa pudica Linn is traditionally used in Indian system of medicine for the treatment of diabetes. The stem bark extract of Mimosa pudica Linn has been reported for the treatment of hyperglycemic patients, but other parts of plants such as leaves or pods have not...

  4. Malunggay & Makahiya Extract for S.I.P.

    . In this situation, the researchers decided to find other alternative resources to treat such minor wounds and injuries. Since our school has plenty of herbal plants around, we have many options but we selected makahiya (mimosa pudica) and malunggay (moringa oleifera) and used rats as our subject. We...

  5. Mimosa Pudica

    complaints, has a cooling power and is useful in diseases arising from corrupt blood and bile. This finding, stimulate the researcher to attempt to study the Effectivity of Mimosa Pudica (Makahiya) root extract as a decongestant. B . Statement of the Problem The study aims to...

  6. The Hypoglycemic Effect of Sweetsop Leaves to Diabetic Induced Albino Rats

    squamosa leaf extract has an anti-hyperglycemic effect and alleviated liver and renal damage associated with diabetes induced rats, the leaves yield an alkaloid, chloroplatinate. Anonaine, an alkaloid, is found in the bark, leaves and seeds of the Annona squamosa. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This research...

  7. Generalized Tonic Clonic Seizure (Idiopathic) a Therapeutic Plan

    , electrical kindling and combination of lithium sulphate with pilocarpine nitrate while was not effective against strychnine and picrotoxin induced convulsions. n. Makahiya/Sensitive plant/Touch-me-not (Mimosa pudica) - a study on anticonvulsant action of various doses of decoction of Mimosa...

  8. Vulgare Insect Repellant Lotion

    well know in ancient Greece for its homeopathic treatment and strong aroma ever since in making a herbal insect repellent candle. Statement of Problem/ Objectives GENERAL OBJECTIVE: This Investigatory Project entitled “Vulgare Insect Repellent Candle,” aims to produce a herbal insect repellent...

  9. Cams in Ibd

    condition. Though many patients seek a cure for inflammatory bowel disease, to date there has been no cure that that has been discovered. Proven preventative and conventional forms of treatment are the only medically recognized means of maintaining a comfortable and convenient lifestyle. Patients...

  10. Donttouchme

    MAKAHIYA LEAVES (MIMOSA PUDICA) AS ADDITIVES FOR COOKIES  _______________ A Research Proposal Presented to Mrs.Risalita C. Nalla Marcelo H. del Pilar National High School Malolos, Bulacan _______________ In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements...

  11. Hamsters and Guinea Pigs Comparison

    genus Phodopus (dwarf hamsters), Cricetulus (includes dwarf and normal sized species) or Mesocricetus. The most common pet hamster is Mesocricetus auratus, the Syrian hamster. Size of pet hamsters is usually around 5-15cm. The hamsters have little short hairless tails and prefer to live a solitary...

  12. Nano grid technology

    revolutionize, many technology and industry sectors: information technology, energy, environmental science, medicine, homeland security, food safety, and transportation, among many others. Described below is a sampling of the rapidly growing list of benefits and applications of nanotechnology. Most...

  13. Science Innovation and Its Impact on Life

    treatment of illnesses such as cancer, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. However there is a big controversy on stem cell research due to its process of extracting stem cells. The only place to obtain stem cells in our known universe is to extract then from a living embryonic fetus. The only way to...

  14. Ahhaa

    to the standard drug, glibenclamide. The mechanism of action was probably through enhanced secretion of insulin from the β-cells. Another study which involves the methanol extract of the leaves and twigs in a STZ-induced diabetic rat model exhibited hypoglycemic activity and decreased enzymic...

  15. Alvin

    bark of its stem and branches can be employed as a tonic for intermittent fevers and dysentery, and also for abdominal pains including menorrhagia and uterine discomfort. Makahiya mimosa pudica The makahiya, a flower in the Mimosa genus, is an interesting plant, especially to...

  16. Hamsters

    coat with a good antibiotic ointment. Veterinary treatment should be obtained at the first signs of infection or the start of an abscess. IMPACTED CHEEK POUCHES: Hamsters' cheek pouches are dry - not moist like humans - and they can become impacted if he/she is unable to extract what is in the...

  17. Molluscicidal Effects

    follows: 1. Experimental Method 2. Appropriate statistical treatment in the gathered data Working Bibliography Unpublished Theses Ramos, Dulce L. Antibacterial Property of Spider Lily Extracts: Input to Laboratory Activity in High School Science. 1993 Others Species Profiles for...

  18. Mimosa Tenuiflora

    > Lorena Lammoglia-Ordiales. 2011. “A randomized comparative trial on the use of hydrogel with tepescohuite extract (Mimosa Tenuiflora cortex extract-2G) in the treatment of venous leg ulcers.” Int Wound J. < http://lib.bioinfo.pl/pmid:22128789> M. Villarreal, P. Nicasio, D. Alonso. “Effects of Mimosa...

  19. Homeopathy

    Homeopathy: “simila similibus curentur What is homeopathy? It is a branch of science meant to promote healing. It is a method of individualizing small doses of medicines in order to initiate a healing response (Ullman1). This treatment is seen as a dangerous fake medical practice but in...

  20. Kaymito Leaves Decoction as Antiseptic Mouthwash ”

    that is why it is more advisable to focus on the places where they lay their eggs.       The researchers conducted this study in order to lessen the proliferation of mosquitoes or prevent the eggs from hatching using the Makahiya Mimosa pudica roots extract as an ovicide. As the experiment was proven...

  21. Treatment of Diabetes with Natural Therapeutics

    TREATMENT OF DIABETES WITH NATURAL THERAPEUTICS Introduction: Diabetes is a chronic disease characterized by elevated blood glucose levels and disturbances in carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism. These metabolic abnormalities result in part from a deficiency of the blood sugar-lowering...

  22. How to Use Ampalaya as Tablet

    with the use of medicinal plants through comparison of their practices and principles. Suffused in the concept of modernity is the idea of efficiency in treatment, reproducibility of medications and predictability of results; as such, modern practitioners have criticized traditional medicine as...

  23. Meh meh meh

    St. Scholastica’s College Tacloban Brgy. Manlurip, San Jose, Tacloban City Pharmacy Department “INHIBITORY ACTIVITY OF Plumeria rubra (KALACHUCHI), Ipomea aquatic (KANGKONG), Mimosa pudica (MAKAHIYA), Euphorbia hirta (GATAS-GATAS), and Coleus aromaticus (OREGANO) PLANT EXTRACTS AGAINST...

  24. shsrf

    excision wound was promoted from Day 1 of the treatment till Day 9. The epithelization of wound in case of mice treated with extracts was found to be quite earlier than control. It is also comparable with the marketed preparation. It suggest that the shoot and root extracts of Mimosa pudica...

  25. Overview of Multi-Drug Resistant Bacterial Strains

    used in curing different diseases. The root decoction is used in hot baths for stomach cancer. It is a traditional remedy for colds, diarrhea, intestinal ailments and stomach ache. The leaf infusion is used as a laxative. A recent study showed that alcoholic extract of the leaves inhibit...

  26. Tuberculosis 9

    was the curious thing. According to the doctor, the patient with tuberculosis happened to find a discarded load of onions on the grounds of the sanatorium. Tired and depleted from TB, he began eating the onions, enjoying several a day. Within a month he was well enough to leave the institution. Now...

  27. Applied Kinesiology Overview

    Applied Kinesiology Ignorance along with pain can be a troublesome combination when seeking medical care. If one only knew how many different medical treatments are out there that don’t work, we would think twice before seeking medical treatment. This is the case with applied Kinesiology also...

  28. Add Math Project for Dummy

    ? As a member of your school Nature Club, you are required to write a report on the effects of Mimosa pudica plants to the ecosystem. The quadrat sampling technique is used to collect the data of Mimosa pudica in your school field. You may ask your school Science or Biology teachers for advice on...

  29. Herbs as Primary Medicine

    - enhancing properties. Generations of skilled herbal practitioners, researchers and scholars have refined and tested the vast science of herbology, producing thousands of plant-based remedies that are safe and effective. The proper and judicious use of herbs is often successful in the treatment of...

  30. English Literature

    wound healing Science Ratings | Nutritional Supplements | Herbs | | BromelainVitamin B-complexVitamin CZinc (oral and topical) |   | | Chondroitin sulfate (topical)CopperHyaluronic acidOrnithine alpha-ketoglutarate (OKG)Vitamin AVitamin E | Aloe (topical)Chamomile (topical)Gotu kola (oral and...