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Figure 2: The photomicrograph of the stomach of rats pretreated with, (a) normal saline, showing vacuolated epithelium (white arrows) and loss of luminal epithelium (black arrows). (b) Gestid suspension showing distorted submucosal layer (blue arrows), normal muscularis mucosa (yellow arrows). (c) 320 mg/kg aqueous extract of Nigella sativa showing distorted submucosal layer (blue arrows) and loss of luminal epithelium (black arrows). (d) 640 mg/kg aqueous extract of Nigella sativa showing loss of luminal epithelium (black arrows) and distorted submucosal layer (blue arrows) H and E, ×100

Figure 2: The photomicrograph of the stomach of rats pretreated with, (a) normal saline, showing vacuolated epithelium (white arrows) and loss of luminal epithelium (black arrows). (b) Gestid suspension showing distorted submucosal layer (blue arrows), normal muscularis mucosa (yellow arrows). (c) 320 mg/kg aqueous extract of <i>Nigella sativa</i> showing distorted submucosal layer (blue arrows) and loss of luminal epithelium (black arrows). (d) 640 mg/kg aqueous extract of <i>Nigella sativa</i> showing loss of luminal epithelium (black arrows) and distorted submucosal layer (blue arrows) H and E, ×100