Year:2023   Volume: 5   Issue: 1   Area:

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Zainab A. SHEHAB, Huda K. KHASSAF, Zainab A. H. AL-MOUSAWI

ROLE OF CARROT SEED EXTRACTION AS CONTRACEPTIVE AND EMBRYO ABSORPTION IN FEMALE LABORATORY MICE MUS MUSCUIUS

Carrot seeds have a long history of use in relation to fertility, particularly as an anti-fertility agent. In an effort to assess the possible effectiveness of carrot seed as a contraceptive and to more precisely pinpoint the processes underlying its purported effects, our study was carried out. White female mice served as the subjects of this investigation (Mus musculus) , 36 animals total; 12 male and 24 female mice were used in the experiment, into three groups that resembled each other A 200 mg/kg ether extract of Dacus carota L. was injected intraperitoneally into two of them. While the third group served as a control group, it was sprayed with 0.9% Normal Saline for 21 days. The use of carrot seed for contraception and fetal abortion is recorded. Studies suggest that several modes of action may contribute to the anti-fertility effect, including an effect on the estrous cycle and anti-progestogenic activity

Keywords: Daucus Carota L, Carrot Seed, Anti-Fertility, Contraceptive, Estrous Cycle

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8234.14.9


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