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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 11, November 2017 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Influence of Cempaka Yellow Flower Extract (Michelia Champaca L.) on Lipid Profile on The Menopause Age Rate

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AUTHOR(S)

Meliani Sukmadewi Harahap, Fazdria, Nora Very, Lina

 

KEYWORDS

Cempaka Yellow Flower Exrtract, HDL, LDL, cholseterol total, menopause, age rate, winstar rats.

 

ABSTRACT

The number of women aged 50 years and over can be estimated to increase from 500 million at present to more than 1 billion in prediction during 2030. After entering menopause, the hormone estrogen in the body of women is decreased drastically. Decreased estrogen hormone makes LDL cholesterol difficult to control, high levels of LDL one of the factors causing coronary heart disease. Estrogen is a female hormone that has many functions, one of which is an antioxidant which controls of levels of cholesterol. The Cempaka Yellow Flower (Michelia champaca L) or known as the Flower Jeumpa in Aceh Province, one of the herbs which are useful as antioxidants, antimicrobials, anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, and antifungal. The several components contain as: flavonoids, polyphenols, phenols, tannins, anthocyanins, glutathione and Vitamin C. The general objectives of this study were: To prove the effect of giving of Cempaka Yellow Flower extract (Michelia champaca L) has lipid profile in mouse age of menopause. The design of this study is true experimental design with the randomized posttest-only control group design approach. Measurements of HDL, LDL, triglyceride, and total cholesterol levels were performed only after the treatment of young flower extract was performed. The subjects of this study were female winstar rats age of menopause as many as 28 tail. The Cempaka Yellow Flower extract can lower LDL and cholesterol levels and can increase HDL levels. Yellow Cempaka able to decrease LDL and Cholesterol level and increase HDL level at optimum dose 300mg/KgWB/day .

 

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