<b>Hematological qualities induced by Methanolic Leaf Extract of Allium ampeloprasum in white mice</b> Blood disorder has become a common problem for many people. Some medicinal plants are believed to promote positive health and maintain organic resistance against infection. The use of readily available medicinal plants, which can be said to be effective, will provide a better and affordable alternative to promoting and strengthening health. Evaluation of blood parameters can be used to determine the extent of the harmful effect of foreign compounds including plant extracts on blood components of white mice. Various chemical constituents of Allium ampeloprasum are believed to possess therapeutic effects on hematological parameters. However, these results have not been subject to systematic studies to substantiate the therapeutic claims made about clinical the benefit. This study designed to investigate Allium Hematological Allium ampeloprasum Wild Leek in white mice. This study was treated with leaf extracts at the concentration of 50 mg kg and 100 mg kg orally once per 2 days for 14 days. Blood parameters were determined using standard protocols of untested blood samples, and standard procedures were used to evaluate different types of phytochemical tests. The leaf extract of Allium ampeloprasum Wild Leek induced changes in erythrocytes, and detailed parameter profiles, total and white blood cell WBC counts, platelets and their related parameters in white mice at the two tested dose levels of 50 mg kg bw and 100 mg kg bw. Further, the phytochemical screening results showed that the leaf extract of Allium ampeloprasum has phytochemicals associated with the erythropoietin promoting activity, immune stimulatory activities, and thrombopoietin stimulation. Hematological disorders Allium ampeloprasum Leaves extract Erythropoietin promoting activity Immuno stimulatory actions Thrombopoietin stimulation 442-448 Issue-2 Volume-2 Azhar Shya Y. Albusasy