Effect of Four Medicinal Plants (Withania somnifera, Liquorice, Allium sativum and Berberis lycium) Mixture Extraction the Hematological and Hypolipidemic Characteristics in Broiler Chicks

The research study was undertaken to investigate the effect of different level of (Withania somnifera, Liquorice, Alium sativum and Berberis Lycium) extract in broiler chicks at NWFP Agricultural University Peshawar, Pakistan. Group A was kept as control, while B, C and D were treated with (Withania somnifera, Liquorice, Alium sativum and Berberis lycium) extract at the rate of (5 g+2.5 g+2 g+8 g), (10 g+5 g+3 g+9 g) and (15 g+7.5 g+4 g+10 g) g/L of water, respectively. Hb, PCV and TLC in group B was significantly (P<0.05) higher than other groups. Cholesterol, triglyceride, HDL and LDL was significantly (P<0.05) reduced in group B than other groups. It is concluded that (Withania somnifera, Liquorice, Alium sativum and Berberis Lycium) extract of (10 g+5 g+3 g+9 g) gm/L of water could effectively be utilized to control the lipid profile and hematology of broiler chicks.


Noor ul Baseer, Fazli Raziq Durrani, Syed Muhammad Sohail, Abdul Hafeez, Farman Ullah, Rameez Raja Kaleir, Imran Ullah, Muhammad Altaf Hussain, Mohammad Salim, Mujahid ali shah

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