Volume 8 (2021) - Issue 6, June
A REVIEW ON WOUND HEALING ACTIVITY OF GHAMRA WITH THEIR PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING, COMPOSITIONS AND PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTIVITY
The wound healing method is thought of as mutually beneficial cellular and organic chemistry stages that classify measures to enhance the wound. Wound healing is outlined as stages that are finished by the body and delayed wound healing will increase the likelihood of microorganism infection. The improved wound healing method is performed by shortening the time required for healing or lowering the...
It is a very old practice of using herbal plants for the maintenance of health. The demand for herbal remedies has been increased rapidly over the past few years. This is due to the beneficial health impacts of herbal products on the living systems. Cyperus rotundus, commonly called as nagarmotha, purple nutsedge or nutgrass, is a perennial grass that belongs to Cyperacea family. It is a cosmopoli...
PHYTOMEDICINAL VALUE OF SARACA ASOCA (ASHOKA) IN ENHANCING FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEMIN AYURVEDA AND FOLK SYSTEM OF MEDICINE
Since the origin of life, plants have remained the primary source of food, shelter, and various remedial approaches. Plants are being in use for treating various kinds of diseases. Saraca asoca (Roxb.) de Wilde (Saraca indica L.) is a medicinal plant that belongs to the Caesalpiniaceae family (legume family). It is also called Ashoka. When Ashoka is split up into ‘a’ and ‘shoka’ represents...
IN-VITRO AND IN-VIVOANTI-OXIDANT AND ANTI-DIABETIC EVALUATION OF CLADODES CRUDE EXTRACT AND SOLVENT FRACTIONS OF OPUNTIA ELATIOR MILL (CACTACEAE)
Objective: Ariel part of Opuntia elatior (Cactaceae) has been used in folklore health systems to treat diabetes in America, Mexico, and India. However, the anti-diabetic potential of cladodes of this medicinal plant is not scientiﬁcally validated and authenticated. The present study aimed to evaluate in-vitro and in-vivo anti-oxidant and anti-diabetic potential of methanol extracts and solvent f...