Effects of Parsley Administration Preventing Lead-Induced Toxicity to Liver and Kidney Tissues

  • Murtadha Abdulhasan Aldhalemi, Zinah Talib Alsallami, Ali Joodi shuna Al-Fatlawi, AmmarAbdulhasan Aldhalemi, Michael Maes, Hayder Yaseen Aljaberi, Aiman Mohammed Baqir

Abstract

Lead is a heavy metal that pollutes the environment and has a variety of hazardous effects on the human body. The purpose of this research was to determine the protective effect of parsley leaf powder at various doses against lead acetate poisoning in the liver and kidney tissues of (Sprague – Dawley rats) which had significant liver tissue damage like (liquefactive necrosis, amyloidosis, Etc.) and kidney (blood vessel congestion, Etc.). Oral dosing of parsley powder reversed these lead-induced effects on liver and kidney tissues. This is the first study about parsley preventing effect lead-induced toxicity to liver and kidney tissues.

Published
2022-08-27
How to Cite
Murtadha Abdulhasan Aldhalemi, Zinah Talib Alsallami, Ali Joodi shuna Al-Fatlawi, AmmarAbdulhasan Aldhalemi, Michael Maes, Hayder Yaseen Aljaberi, Aiman Mohammed Baqir. (2022). Effects of Parsley Administration Preventing Lead-Induced Toxicity to Liver and Kidney Tissues. Revista Electronica De Veterinaria, 344 - 352. Retrieved from https://www.veterinaria.org/index.php/REDVET/article/view/232