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Abstract Title:

The chemical constituents and diverse pharmacological importance of.

Abstract Source:

Heliyon. 2019 Sep ;5(9):e02437. Epub 2019 Sep 12. PMID: 31701036

Abstract Author(s):

Priyanka Sharma, Bharat P Dwivedee, Dheeraj Bisht, Ashutosh K Dash, Deepak Kumar

Article Affiliation:

Priyanka Sharma

Abstract:

is a popular medicinal plant which is used in several traditional medicines to cure various diseases. The common names are Amrita and Guduchi and belong to the family of Menispermaceae. It is considered an essential herbal plant of Indian system of medicine (ISM) and has been used in the treatment of fever, urinary problem, dysentery, skin diseases leprosy, diabetes, and many more diseases. The plant reported containing chemical compound including Alkaloids, Terpenoids, Lignans, Steroids and others that establish the phytochemistry and pharmacological activity of. The present review highlights the pharmacological importanceantioxidant activity, antimicrobial activity, antibacterial activity, antifungal activity, anti-diabetic activity, antistress activity, hypolipidaemic effect, hepatic disorder, anticancer anti HIV potential, antiosteoporotic effects, antitoxic effects, wound healing, anticomplementary activity, and immunomodulating activity, systemic infection and Parkinson's disease.

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