The COMPARATIVE STUDY OF GARLIC AND CURCUMIN FOR ITS CARDIOPROTECTIVE PROPERTY
Keywords:SGOT, SGPT, Cadmium , Serum Protein, Antioxidants, Garlic , Curcumin, Cardioprotective property
The combination of garlic and curcumin showed a significant increase in total protein value as compared to cadmium control, thus showing decrease in oxidation of total protein. Garlic and curcumin combination also showed significant reduction in serum enzymes i.e SGOT, SGPT, as compared to other antioxidants and combination. Current study has shown that exposure to cadmium had significant effects on rats blood parameters. In our present study treatment of garlic and curcumin in combination decreased the toxic effects of Cadmium on the hematological values and had a protective role in anaemia induced by cadmium as compared to other antioxidants. The combination of garlic and curcumin was found to be most significantly effective in the treatment of cadmium induced oxidative stress. In current study garlic and curcumin in combination decreased the activity of SOD and Catalase significantly as compared to other treatment groups.
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