Diabetic mellitus is chronic disease that is associated with long term complication. This research gives information regarding the herbal drugs will cure the diabetic complication in patient. Herbal antidiabetic drug treat diabetic mellitus by lowering glucose level in blood and they increase the insulin amount secreted by the pancreases. In this research mostly the garlic shows the antidiabetic action in that garlic the allion is chemical component responsible to decrease glucose level in blood. When the diabetic patient getting affected by any type of injury then the neem is act as wound healing property and also it has anti-hyperglycaemic activity. In this research we were formulated herbal antidiabetic drug from garlic and Neem and evaluation were perform such as disintegration test, Dissolution test, Hardness test, angle of repose and friability test.
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Sable Kundan Dattatraya, Sable Kiran Dattatray, Kathwate Ganesh Sunil, Mane Snehal Suryakant. Formulation and Evaluation of Herbal Antidiabetic Tablet. Asian J. Res. Pharm. Sci. 2020; 10(3):145-148. doi: 10.5958/2231-5659.2020.00027.2
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