Green Tea extrat Effect on number of blood Criteria of lab rabbits Afflicted whith Entamoeba histolytica parasite


The study includes the effect of alcoholic extract of green tea on the Newzealand white male rabbits putrefied by Entamoeba histolytica parasite which causes Amoebic dysentery disease. The study dependes on several criteria including the examination of variations in complete blood picture (C.B.P) presented by the whole and differential account of white and red blood cells, pressed red cells volume (P.C.V), hemoglobin (Hb) rate, and blood platelets number. The study concludes that variations in blood component occur when parasites enter and after the treatment with green tea alcoholic extract; where significant decrease result at level (P<0.01) in the total amount of white cells and granular cells and insignificant decrease in lymphatic cells, and single cells and red blood cells. hemoglobin rate also increased as well These results show the efficiency of green tea alcoholic extract in improving blood standards through variations occurring in blood proportion