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EFFECT OF TRITICUM AESTIVUM JUICE ON WOUND HEALING IN RATS. Janardhan Singh, Jyoti Sethi, Mridul Yadav, Sushma Sood, Veena Gupta

EFFECT OF TRITICUM AESTIVUM JUICE ON WOUND HEALING IN RATS.

Janardhan Singh, Jyoti Sethi, Mridul Yadav, Sushma Sood, Veena Gupta

International Journal of Natural Product Science, 2011; 1:15-20.


Abstract

Effect of wheat grass juice (WGJ) Triticum aestivum was evaluated on excised and burn wounds in rats. Application of WGJ on excised wound produced a rapid healing as compared to control. Wound contraction was better and comparatively less time was required for complete epithelization in WGJ treated groups as compared to control. Maximum gain in thickness of granulation tissue was observed in WGJ treated group. Scar formation was observed earlier in this group. Histopathology of skin from wheat grass juice treated group showed more proliferation of epidermis and neovascularization of dermis, early epithelization and formation of granulation tissue. Similar changes have been observed after WGJ application to burn wounds. In conclusion, application of WGJ on excised and burn wounds accelerate wound healing in rats.

Keywords: wheat grass, excised wound, burn, framycetin, silver sulfadiazine.
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