*Chaudhari Yogesh, Dr. Jain Vandana, Ansari Imtiyaz, Dr. Kanase Vanita and Sorte Rajeshwari


Diabetes mellitus is emerging as major health problem.69% adults of developing countries and 20% of developed countries are susceptible to diabetes. Drawbacks of insulin therapy are like local pain, inconvenience of multiple injections, insulin edema, lipohypertropy, insulin allergy, resistance and above all of this are weight gain. Oral hypoglycemic agents like Sulphonylureas (Glibenclamide, Glipizide, Gliclazide), Non- Sulphonylureas (Nateglinide, Repaglinide),. WHO in 1976 officially recognized importance of traditional medicine as source of primary health care by globally addressing its traditional medicine programme. India being the botanical garden of the world, is the largest producer of medicinal herbs. 21,000 plants are listed by WHO, used for medicinal purposes around the world. This review covers pharmacological accounts of some plants with antidiabetec potential. Herbal drugs are the oldest known healthcares available to mankind, enlisted in naturopathic, ayurvedic, homeopathic and other medicine systems obtained from natural sources. Herbal drugs becomes advantageous over allopathic drugs due to their safety, low cost, complete accessibility with enhance tolerance. There is more exploration of antidiabetic potential of new plants/herbs Beta vulgaris L, Butea manosperma, Cynodon dactylon,, Bombax ceiba L Glycyrrhiza uralensis Morus indica. L, Nigella saliva, Morus inignis L. Murraya koenigii L. Ocimum ratissinuim Psacalium decompositum, Phyllanthus sellowianus, Urtica dioica.

Keywords: Antidiabetic, Traditional Medicine, Allopathic Drugs, Insulin Hormone, Herbal Drugs.

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