WOUND HEALING PERSPECTIVES OF PROMISING HERBAL RESOURCES: A REVIEWAbstract
A wound is described as a break in a tissue’s cellular and anatomic continuity. A wound is a cellular, anatomical, and functional disturbance of living tissue induced by physical, chemical, electrical, or microbiological threats to the tissue. Wound healing is a multi-step process involving injured tissue regeneration or restoration. The typical wound-healing response is a coordinated series of processes that starts with an injury. Wound healing is a series of interconnected cellular and biochemical activities that result in restoring structural and functional integrity and re-establishing strength in wounded tissues. This study includes a review of plants with wound-healing activities found via ethnobotanical and folklore medicinal surveys. This article discusses the wound-healing capabilities of plants, as well as their botanical names, common names, families, parts utilized, and references, all of which might assist researchers to design novel wound-healing formulations for human use.
Dinesh Kumar * and Vivek
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Shri Jagdishprasad Jhabarmal Tibrewala University, Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan, India.
31 May 2022
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