TINOSPORA CORDIFOLIA: A REVIEW ON SINGLE HERB WITH MULTIPLE PHARMACOLOGICAL EFFECTSAbstract
Given their well-known lack of side effects in comparison to pharmaceuticals, natural materials with medical potential are rising in prominence in clinical research. Since the dawn of civilization, humans have relied on plants as a vital resource for healing. Medicines, health aids, pharmaceuticals, dietary supplements, cosmetics and other similar items derived from plants are becoming more popular. In this article, the chemical components and pharmacological effects of Tinospora cordifolia are described. “Guduchi,” a popular name for the plant T. cordifolia, has a long history of use in traditional Ayurvedic medicine. T. cordifolia, most often known as guduchi, is a prominent medicinal plant found across the tropics. The therapeutic benefits of this method are well recognized internationally. The advantages it has for your diet are less well-known. Native Indians and other Indians have long included guduchi [T. cordifolia (Willd.) Hook. F. Thoms] in their diets. It is also recommended for use in Ayurvedic diets. Interest in the plant has surged recently due to the identification of active components from the plant and their biological significance in disease management. Exploiting the biochemical and signaling pathways impacted by the chemicals extracted from Tinospora to allow novel and effective formulation in disease eradication is still within the purview of the review’s future work. This synthesis has applications in both basic and clinical research.
Akash Sharma *, Deenanath Jhade and Neeraj Sharma
Patel Group’s Madhyanchal Professional University, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India.
06 November 2022
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