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Pomegranate, a fruit-bearing shrub, originated in Persia.
These days people grow pomegranate all over the world.
It is used in traditional medicine for many ailments.
One of the oldest known medical texts mentions pomegranate…
The Egyptian “Ebers Papyrus” described using pomegranate to treat parasites in 1,500 BC.
More recently, animal studies have shown that a number of parts of the pomegranate plant have potent anti-diabetic effects.
These scientists carried out their rat study at the Department of Pharmacology of Assam Medical Centre in India.
The Indian Journal of Pharmacology published the results.
Traditional Indian medicine makes use of pomegranate in the treatment of diabetes.
The researchers designed this study to test these claims about pomegranate with respect to diabetes.
“Pomegranate is used in Indian Unani medicine for treatment of diabetes mellitus.”
They used an extract from pomegranate leaves.
“The study evaluated the anti-diabetic and antihyperlipidemic effects of ethanolic extract of leaves of pomegranate.”
The scientists divided 24 adult rats into four groups and used one dose of a chemical called alloxan to cause diabetes in three of the groups.
“To induce diabetes, alloxan 150 was administered to Groups B, C, and D.”
Here are the groups of rats:
- A – no diabetes (no toxic chemical) – given a normal saline solution
- B – diabetic – given a normal saline solution but no pomegranate extract
- C – diabetic – given pomegranate extract (P. granatum)
- D – diabetic – given glibenclamide (a current diabetes medicine)
“Group C received ethanolic extract of leaves of pomegranate. The extracts were given for 1 week in all groups.”
The researchers tested the rats for changes in blood sugar, lipids, triglycerides, and cholesterol.
The rats who received only the diabetes-causing chemical (Group B) experienced an increase in blood sugar.
“Group B showed a significant increase in blood glucose as compared to Group A [control group].”
But it turns out that pomegranate extract prevented the toxic chemical from causing changes in blood sugar in the one group that got that.
“Group C showed significant decrease in blood glucose level in comparison to Group B.”
Remember, Group C got both the toxic chemical and pomegranate extract, while Group B got the toxic chemical but not the pomegranate.
Triglyceride and cholesterol levels went up in all the rats who got the chemical toxin.
Except Group C – pomegranate extract protected against increases in triglyceride and cholesterol.
“Group C showed significant decrease in cholesterol, triglycerides, and LDL compared to Group B.”
The study concluded that pomegranate leaves protected against markers of diabetes and hyperlipidemia.
“Pomegranate leaves possess significant anti-diabetic and antihyperlipidemic activity.”
Other studies have found similar effects from different parts of the pomegranate plant.
The Department of Biotechnology at the University of Vallam in India conducted this research. The Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine published the results.
In these experiments, the researchers looked at pomegranate flower extract.
“We investigated the anti-glycemic and hypolipidemic effects of flower extracts from pomegranate.”
This experiment used a different chemical toxin to cause type 2 diabetes in rats.
“The extract was evaluated in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats.”
Pomegranate flower extract lowered blood sugar in the animals.
“The administration of the extracts markedly reduced blood glucose.”
The flower extract lowered cholesterol and lipids just as the leaf extract did.
“The extract also had a hypolipidemic activity decreasing the levels of total cholesterol, LDL-cholesterol, VLDL-cholesterol and triglycerides.”
Pomegranate flower extract can improve blood glucose and blood lipids.
“It can be concluded that the flower extracts of pomegranate has a significant restorative effect on the blood glucose and hyperlipidemia.”
Pomegranate leaf extract also lowered glycosylated hemoglobin.
Scientists call this HbA1c. It is a good long-term measure of sugar levels.
“Glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1c) levels were reduced.”
Pomegranate leaf extract also seemed to increase insulin.
This may have helped to regulate blood sugar in the animals.
“The extract exhibited a stimulatory effect on insulin.”
There are a number of other animal studies showing the anti-diabetic effects of the pomegranate plant.
One study shows similar effects from an extract of pomegranate seed.
You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health related problems.
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- Antidiabetic and antihyperlipidemic effects of ethanolic extract of leaves of Punica granatum in alloxan-induced non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus albino rats https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3326916/
- Antihyperglycemic, antioxidant and hypolipidemic effect of Punica granatum L flower extract in streptozotocin induced diabetic rats https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2221169112604912
- Potent health effects of pomegranate https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4007340/
- Pomegranate https://www.britannica.com/plant/pomegranate