The Effect of Kemuning Leaves Infusion (Murraya Paniculata (L.) Jack) on the Lipid Profile of Obese Patients
Asep Sukohar, Gigih Setiawan, Chicy Widya Morfi, Risti Graharti, Riyan Wahyudo and Cantika Tara Sabilla

Faculty of Medicine, Lampung University, Lampung 35145, Indonesia.

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Abstract: Obesity can  increase the risk of other diseases. There are known a relationship between obesity and dyslipidemia. In Indonesia, many people are interested in herbal medicine therapy. One of antiobesity herbal medicine therapy as arranged in Regulation of the Minister of Health of Indonesia Number 6 Year 2016 about Formularium Obat Herbal Asli Indonesia is kemuning leaves (Murraya Paniculata (L.) Jack). The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of kemuning leaves infusion (Murraya Paniculata (L.) Jack) on the lipid profile of obese patients. The study lasted for 15 days against a male adult obesity of 16 people were taken by using consecutive sampling. The study design quasi experimental design with one group before and after. The result show the mean levels of triglycerides, total cholesterol, HDL and LDL before comsumption of kemuning leaves infusion (Murraya Paniculata (L.) Jack) in a row was 190.94 ± 96.133 mg / dl, 196.81 ± 34.227 mg / dl, 41.25 ± 1.183 mg / dl, and 116.94 ± 35.131 mg / dl and mean after consumption in a row was 170.13 ± 81.491 mg / dl, 292.13 ± 65.168 mg / dl, 41.25 ± 1.483 and 216.56 ± 67.046. Conclusion of this study found that there was no significant differences of consumption kemuning leaves infusion (Murraya Paniculata (L.) Jack) on the levels of triglycerides and HDL in obese patients in 15 days and there are no decrease on the levels of total cholesterol and LDL levels in obese patients in 15 days.

Keywords: Obese; Kemuning Leaves; Lipid Profile

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