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Figure 2: (a) 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl radical scavenging effect of ethyl acetate extract of Terminalia chebula (100–500 μg/ml) in comparison with standard butylated hydroxytoluene (100–500 μg/ml), (b) Reducing power of ethyl acetate extract of Terminalia chebula (100–500 μg/ml) in comparison with standard L Ascorbic acid, (c) Metal-chelating activity of ethyl acetate extract of Terminalia chebula (100–500 μg/ml) in comparison with standard butylated hydroxytoluene and positive control ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (100–500 μg/ml) (*control vs. treated and #standard versus ethyl acetate extract of Terminalia chebula)

Figure 2: (a) 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl radical scavenging effect of ethyl acetate extract of <i>Terminalia chebula</i> (100–500 μg/ml) in comparison with standard butylated hydroxytoluene (100–500 μg/ml), (b) Reducing power of ethyl acetate extract of <i>Terminalia chebula</i> (100–500 μg/ml) in comparison with standard L Ascorbic acid, (c) Metal-chelating activity of ethyl acetate extract of <i>Terminalia chebula</i> (100–500 μg/ml) in comparison with standard butylated hydroxytoluene and positive control ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (100–500 μg/ml) (*control vs. treated and #standard versus ethyl acetate extract of <i>Terminalia chebula</i>)