Effect of Jatropha Sap (Jatropha curcas Linn.) on Incision Wound Healing in Female Mice (Mus musculus)

Zahara Zahara, Muhammad Mirza, Rini Handayani, Harrizul Rivai
2021 International journal of pharmaceutical sciences and medicine  
Jatropha as a medicinal plant has been very widely used. Among them can cure rheumatic joints, tetanus, epilepsy, and bronchitis in children. Jatropha sap can be used as an antimicrobial, relieves wound bleeding, treats digestive disorders, and treats mouth sores and toothaches. Many people still use traditional medicine to treat wounds. One that is used to treat wounds is jatropha sap. This study aims to determine the effect of the incision wound healing in mice (Mus Musculus) by giving
more » ... a sap (Jatropha curcas, Linn) seen from the disappearance of inflammation dryness wounds and the tightening of the skin. This study uses a descriptive method through laboratory tests. Based on the study results, it is known that Jatropha sap has the effect of healing incise wounds in female mice, seen from the elimination of inflammation, drying of the wounds to the closure of the skin (granulation) compared to negative controls.
doi:10.47760/ijpsm.2021.v06i05.005 fatcat:67rupek435ejhinxnqcipfb3we