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Natural compounds showing Antioxidant potential/reducing inflammation/improving Hormonal imbalance/showing Hypo-lipidemic property/showing Anti-adipogenic activity (Natural compounds for other diabetes related issues)
S.No. Compound Reference Improved potential Physicochemical Properties and Toxicity Risks
1 PalmatineVasanthi and Kannan, 2012Anti-adipogenic activity Properties and Risk Assessment
2 QuercetinAhn,et al., 2008Anti-adipogenic activity Properties and Risk Assessment
3 Salicylic acidRena and Sakamoto, 2014Anti-inflammatory activity Properties and Risk Assessment
4 RutinNiture et al., 2014Anti-inflammatory activity Properties and Risk Assessment
5 CarnosolRau et al., 2006Anti-inflammatory activity Properties and Risk Assessment
6 Diallyl disulphideLiu et al., 2006Anti-inflammatory activity Properties and Risk Assessment
7 CurcuminWeisberg et al., 2008 Meng et al., 2013Anti-inflammatory activity Properties and Risk Assessment
8 6-GingerolChakraborty et al., 2012 Gao et al., 2009Anti-inflammatory activity Properties and Risk Assessment
9 Oleanolic acidCastellano et al., 2013Anti-inflammatory activity Properties and Risk Assessment
10 NaringinMahmoud et al., 2012Anti-inflammatory activity Properties and Risk Assessment
11 HesperidinMahmoud et al., 2012Anti-inflammatory activity Properties and Risk Assessment
12 Cyanidin-3-glucosideMatsukawa et al., 2015Anti-inflammatory activity Properties and Risk Assessment
13 Epigallocatechin GallateZhang et al., 2011Anti-inflammatory activity Properties and Risk Assessment
14 NeohydnocarpinSharma and Hall, 1991Anti-inflammatory activity Properties and Risk Assessment
15 Sulforaphane Negi et al., 2011Anti-inflammatory activity Properties and Risk Assessment
16 Sodium salicylate Jiang et al., 2015Anti-inflammatory activity Properties and Risk Assessment
17 Ginsenoside ReNauck et al., 2004Anti-inflammatory activity Properties and Risk Assessment
18 Beta-sitosterolGupta et al., 2011Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
19 LycopeneVallero et al., 2011Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
20 SalidrosideLi et al., 2011Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
21 KolavironAyepola et al., 2014Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
22 StigmasterolPanda et al., 2009Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
23 InulinGargari et al., 2013Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
24 RutinKamalakkannan and Prince, 2006Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
25 LupeolGupta et al., 2011 Gupta et al., 2012Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
26 ThymoquinoneKanter, 2009Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
27 Epigallocatechin GallateZhang et al., 2011Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
28 CinnamaldehydeSubash Babu et al., 2014Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
29 NeferineGuan et al., 2014Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
30 VicineAli et al., 2014Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
31 alpha-tocopherolGarg et al., 2005 Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
32 Gallic acidPunithavathi et al., 2011Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
33 ResveratrolSzkudelski and Szkudelska, 2011Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
34 PiperineRauscher et al., 2000Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
35 PipernonalineManoharan et al., 2007Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
36 MangiferinSellamuthu et al., 2013Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
37 ProanthocyanidinMansouri et al., 2015Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
38 GallotanninD'souza et al., 2014Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
39 EstrogenAhmed and Hassanein, 2012Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
40 MyricetinOzcan et al., 2012Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
41 ThymolManzari-Tavakoli et al., 2013Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
42 SolasonineVasuki, et al., 2014Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
43 Diallyl disulphideLiu et al., 2012Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
44 S-allyl cysteineYang et al., 2013Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
45 BergeninKumar et al., 2012Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
46 Lipoic acidGolbidi et al., 2011Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
47 QuercetinAnjaneyulu and Chopra, 2004 Bansal et al., 2012Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
48 S-allyl cysteine SulfoxideAugusti and Sheela, 1996Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
49 Emblicanin-AScartezzini and Speroni, 2000Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
50 PunigluconinUsharani et al., 2013Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
51 Emblicanin-BDutta and Sahu., 2013Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
52 CurcuminWeisberg et al., 2008 Meng et al., 2013Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
53 6-GingerolChakraborty et al., 2012Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
54 Oleanolic acidCastellano et al., 2013 Gao et al., 2009Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
55 Ferulic acidBalasubhashini et al., 2004Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
56 NaringinKandhare et al., 2012 Ali and Kader et al., 2004Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
57 Isorhamnetin Yokozawa et al., 2002Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
58 HesperidinMahmoud et al., 2012Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
59 AstaxanthinNaito et al., 2004Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
60 PterostilbeneSaandtheesh and Pari et al., 2006Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
61 Chicoric acidXiao et al., 2013Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
62 CitronellolJagdale et al., 2015Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
63 D-limoneneMurali et al., 2013Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
64 TrigonellineZhou et al., 2012Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
65 p-coumaric acidAmalan and Vijayakumar, 2015Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
66 S-allyl mercaptocysteineBorek, 2001Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
67 Delphinidin chlorideBertuglia et al., 1995Antioxidant Potential Properties and Risk Assessment
68 L-tryptophanMacIndoe and Turkington, 1973Hormonal Imbalance Properties and Risk Assessment
69 HydnowightinSharma and Hall, 1991Hypo-lipidemic property Properties and Risk Assessment
70 NeohydnocarpinSharma and Hall, 1991Hypo-lipidemic property Properties and Risk Assessment
71 Emblicanin-AScartezzini and Speroni, 2000Hypo-lipidemic property Properties and Risk Assessment
72 CinnamaldehydeBabu,2007Hypo-lipidemic property Properties and Risk Assessment
73 PunigluconinUsharani et al., 2013Hypo-lipidemic property Properties and Risk Assessment
74 Allyl propyl disulfideAugusti et al., 1974Hypo-lipidemic property Properties and Risk Assessment
75 CoumarinVerma et al., 2013Hypo-lipidemic property Properties and Risk Assessment
76 Kotalagenin 16-acetateStohs and Ray, 2015Hypo-lipidemic property Properties and Risk Assessment
77 SalaprinolStohs and Ray, 2015Hypo-lipidemic property Properties and Risk Assessment