Volume 10 (2023) - Issue 6, June
A REVIEW OF ETHNOMEDICINAL PLANTS AND THEIR TRADITIONAL USES FOR THE TREATMENT OF HEPATOBILIARY DISEASE BY DIFFERENT TRIBES OF NORTH-EAST INDIA
The investigation reveals that the diverse tribes of North-East India use a variety of herbal medicinal herbs. The goal of ethnobotanical research is to benefit mankind as a whole, therefore, it is important to preserve traditional medicinal plant knowledge. The investigation was carried out by collecting local medicinal herbs in cooperation with local ethical experts. The etiology of liver and bi...
Introduction: The Zingiber zerumbet (L.) Roscoe ex Smith plant, popularly known as shampoo ginger, is a member of the Zingiberaceae family also popular as wild ginger, pine cone ginger, Martinique ginger, and pinecone lily. The species is indigenous to Malaysia, Indonesia, and tropical Indo-Malesian India. It is commonly grown in the Asian tropics, specifically in China (Guangdong, Guangxi, Yunnan...
Over the past several years, great advances have been made in developing novel drug delivery systems (NDDS) for plant actives and extracts. Various novel herbal formulations such as polymeric nanoparticles, nanocapsules, liposomes, phytosomes, animations, microsphere, transfersomes, and ethosomes have been reported using proactive and plant selections. The novel formulations are reported to have r...
COMPARISON, FORMULATION DEVELOPMENT AND BASIC EVALUATION OF IN-VITRO ANTI-UROLITHIATIC POTENTIAL OF OCIMUM TENUIFLORUM AND MENTHA PIPERITA MEDICINAL PLANT SPECIES
Urolithiasis or kidney stones is defined as a urinary stone originating anywhere in the urinary tract. Urolithiasis plays a significant economic burden in the healthcare system, especially in developing countries, owing to changes in food habits and lifestyle due to a significant increase in the disease over the last few decades. Medicinal plants are established as renewable sources with antiuroli...
Aim: This study reviews the anti-diabetic property of Calotropis procera leaf extract. Calotropis procera used for different pharmacological activities. Calotropis procera has a number of phytoconstituents which are: Cardenolides, Terpenes, Flavonoids, Enzyme and other more components which are used to treat a number of diseases. They have some pharmacological activities like: cytotoxic activity, ...