||Wound healing is physiological process, which takes place by body’s natural regenerative capacity. Due to various reasons they may delay in healing and this prolonged healing sometimes lead to scar formation. Currently attention has been focused on natural products to prevent infections and to promote the healing. In the present study, Brassica juncea has been used since ancient times and it is popularly known as mustards. The aim of present study was to evaluate the wound healing activity of ethanolic extracts of Brassica juncea (EEBJ) against incision, excision and burn wound models in rats. Ethanolic extract has shown the wound healing activity against different wound models in rats in a concentration dependent manner and among the two concentrations of gels. 20% gel shows better wound healing activity compared to 10% gel.