A POTENTIAL ROLE OF STEREOSPERMUM SUAVEOLENS DC FOR MULTIPLE DISEASES: A BRIEF ANALYSISAbstract
As a source of medicine, plants have always been exceptional. Ayurveda and other Indian texts discuss the use of plants to treat a variety of human illnesses, including cancer and diabetes. Thousands of plant species in India, which number in the tens of thousands, are thought to have medicinal use. Recent studies on plants described in historical writings or used to treat sickness have been carried out. An Indian medicinal plant of the Bignoniaceae family is Stereospermum suaveolens DC. It has traditionally been used as an analgesic, liver stimulant, astringent, wound healer, and antiseptic. Dashamularishta has the roots of this plant as one of its components. More research into the plant’s medicinal properties has been done than the isolation of its active components. Stereospermum suaveolens have been used to treat fevers and brain disorders for their antibacterial, antiprotozoal, and anti-inflammatory properties. An in-depth look at the chemistry and pharmacology of Stereospermum suaveolens is presented in this paper.
Swati Lade, Shashi Alok, Sanjay Nagdev *, Pradeep Golani, Ankur Agrawal and Sourabh Kosey
Department of Pharmacy, Gyan Ganga Institute of Technology and Sciences, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India.
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