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Comparison of different extracts leaf of Brassica juncea Linn on wound healing activity

Rajat Malan, Anu Walia, Vipin Saini, Sumeet Gupta

Herbal medicine is still the mainstay of about 75-80% of the world population, mainly in the developing countries for primary health care. Brassica juncea is a cruciferous cormophyte medicinal plant. Scientific validations are being made globally to get evidences for traditionally used this plant. Despite its popular usage, no study has been published concerning its wound healing activity till date. Based upon this the study was screened the wound healing activity of different leaf extracts of Brassica juncea Linn in excision wound model in albino rats. Phytochemical constituents were also evaluated. Among different extracts, the aqueous extracts showed 94.94% maximum percentage of healing compared to control. All the extracts are found to be extremely statistical significant and comparable with control. Further wound healing activity was found to be better than standard treated group which may be attributed to the faster action of the active phytochemical constituent.