According to the available articles, the Fumitory hydroalcoholic extract has been able to be useful and effective in protecting the liver with its antioxidant properties the same as Silybum extract. It is also the basis of many drugs related to appetite, antipyretic, and skin products.
Common Fumitory (Fumaria officinalis) is a plant that has followed humans as a weed in fields and gardens for centuries. The herb has been used as herbal medicine since the times of the Roman Empire or even before that and from the Middle Ages to the 18th century it played a prominent part in traditional herbal medicine.
The Greek physician Pedanius Dioscorides (40 – 90 AD) mentions the herb in his “De Materia Medica”, an important document on botany and pharmaceuticals.
Studies were conducted on male rats with fumitories hydroalcoholic extract.
The hydroalcoholic extract of the Chatre plant in amounts of 100, 200, and 300 mg/kg was consumed intraperitoneally one day before, at the same time and one day after receiving 3 ml/kg of carbon tetrachloride and the results were compared with the control group and the positive control group of silymarin. Findings: Examination of liver enzymes and histopathological observations of the liver showed that fumitories extract was able to reduce the liver damage caused by carbon tetrachloride in the amounts used.
Conclusion: According to the oxidative damage caused by carbon tetrachloride and the obtained results, it can be suggested that Chatre has shown liver protection effects due to its antioxidant compounds.
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