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Ocimum herb species: a potential treatment strategy for diabetic kidney disease

Indira Pandiri; Akhi Moni.

Ocimum genus most commonly termed as Tulsi, an aromatic plants belongs to family Lamiaceae. In addition to anti bacterial activity, anti-oxidant, anti diabetic, cardio protective, neuroprotective, radio-protective, anti-cancer, and free radical scavenging properties, quite a few studies have reported that this traditionally grown medicinal herb may become a potential therapy for diabetic kidney disease (DKD). This paper will significantly review Tulsi plants role in treatment of DKD to provide reference for future research.

Key words: Ocimum herb, Medicinal plant, Kidney disease.

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