In our study, we aimed to examine the effects of sinapic acid and ellagic acid on neuropathy caused by diabetes in peripheral nerves. Fifty-six adult Wistar Albino rats Control, Diabetes, Diabetes+Sinapic Acid, Diabetes+Ellagic Acid, Diabetes+Sinapic Acid+Ellagic Acid, Sinapic Acid, Ellagic Acid and as Sinapic Acid+Ellagic Acid, they were randomly divided into eight groups(n:7). A single dose of 50 mg/kg streptozotocin(STZ) was administered intraperitoneally to the groups to be diagnosed with diabetes. Diabetes was accepted as blood glucose value of 250 mg/dL and above. Streptozotocin was given to the diabetes groups, 20 mg/kg/day intragastric Sinapic acid to the Sinapic acid groups, 50 mg/kg/day intragastric Ellagic acid to the Ellagic acid groups for 28 days. At the end of the experiment, 0.5 cm of the right sciatic nerve was removed. It was fixed in 10% formaldehyde. After histological follow-up, it was embedded in paraffin, 5 µm thick sections were taken. Immunohistochemical staining with Fibrinogen alpha, Laminin β-1 and Collagen IV antibodies and stereological evaluation was performed by Physical Dissector Combination method. Collagen IV was used in control, diabetes and treatment groups showed similar immunostaining. Fibrinogen alpha was observed to be increased in the vessel wall in the diabetes group, while the uptake was minimal in the control and treatment groups. While Laminin β-1 was increased in the diabetes group compared to the control group, immunostaining was observed in the treatment groups similar to the control group. It was observed that the total nerve area diabetes group decreased significantly compared to the control group, and the treatment groups, except for D+EA group were similar to the control group, but there was no statistically significant difference. The axon numbers in the diabetes group decreased significantly compared to the control group, and the treatment groups were similar to the control group, and there was no statistically significant difference (P > 0.05). It was determined that Sinapic Acid and Ellagic acid had positive effects on the nervous tissue in diabetic neuropathy.