Volume 8 (2021) - Issue 1, January
A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW ON MEDICINAL IMPORTANCE AND PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING OF CROTON MACROSTACHYUS LEAVE EXTRACTS IN EAST AFRICA
Croto macrostachyus has a potential source of a wide range of pharmaceutical products in tropical Africa and will provide a new direction for researchers in the future. In this study, systematic review attempted to explore the medicinal importance of C. macrostachyus based on ethnomedicinal research findings in East Africa, and phytochemical compounds from C. macrostachyus leaves extracts were det...
Nature has always provided a remedy for most ailments that man has ever faced; wounds are no such exception. The wound healing process is complex and consists of overlapping phases, mainly haemostasis, inflammation, proliferation, and remodeling. There is the interplay of various sub-stages, mediators, biomarkers, enzymes, growth factors to form a complex system. Several other conditions like oxyg...
Nymphaeaceae is a perennial herbaceous plant with a creeping rhizome that lives in calm waters at the edge of the lake or in the slowly flowing water channel. There are two species, Nymphaea alba (white lotus) and Nupharlutea (yellow lily), in Turkey, of which N. alba is common found in the Mediterranean region. In the present study, N. alba was used to discover novel alternative additives for ind...
Propolis is a natural material that can be found in bee honey. It has many medical uses due to its antibacterial activity. This study aimed to estimate the antibacterial efficacy of three propolis extracts using three different solvents (Ethanol, Methanol, and Ethyl Acetate). We experienced the three extracts on four different strains of bacteria (Klebsiella pneumonia, E. coli, Pseudomonas arugino...
All information about the herbal drug, including all its organoleptic characters, phytoconstituents, pharmacological actions, and its standardization in respect to various parameters, is required before developing an herbal drug formulation. Butea monosperma (Lam.) is commonly known as the Flame of the forest, belongs to the family Fabaceae. Commonly Butea monosperma is used as tonic, astringent, ...