Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Antiurolithiatic


Investigation Of Potential Anti-Urolithiatic Activity Of Some Herbs By Using Ethylene Glycol Induced Urolithiasis In Animals

Pradnya Nilesh Jagtap, Dr. Shweta Shriwas, Dr. Rakesh Patel .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2023, Volume 10, Issue 1, Pages 2210-2236

Common terms for urolithiasis include kidney stone. Urinary calculus is very old disease and its history dates back ancient to the earliest period of society. In order to treat kidney stone illness, the formed stone must be removed, either by dissolving it or breaking it up into little pieces so that urine may flush it out of the urinary tract. Therefore, it is necessary to create a potent polyherbal formulation for measuring urolithiatic activity. The potent antiurolithiatic herbs were chosen for this study's polyherbal tablet in order to evaluate its antiurolithiatic effectiveness. Using wistar rats, the antiurolithiatic activity of tablets was evaluated against renal calculi caused by ethylene glycol.