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Perspectives of immortality (helichrysum) in modern medicine and pharmacy

Author: E.S. KARIEVA, R.K. SADIKOVA, K.N. NURIDULLAEVA
Abstract: In recent decades’ herbal preparations occupy one of the leading positions in the range of applied medicines. Despite the great heritage of medieval scientists, the majority of plants do not have enough scientific justification for their use in official medicine, such as plants of the immortelle genus. In order to generalize and systematize data on the chemical composition and application of representatives of this genus in modern practical medicine, an analysis of literary sources has been conducted. The results of the analysis show that immortelle plants can be used to create preparations based on biologically active substances that dominate their composition. Today, the most widespread in the territory of Uzbekistan and at the same time less studied is the Samarkand immortelle, and in terms of variety of chemical composition it is not inferior to the sandy and Italian immortelle. The data obtained in the course of the analysis testify to the expediency of conducting comprehensive studies of Samarkand immortelle for further introduction into practical medicine
Keyword: sandy immortelle, Italian immortelle, Samarkand immortelle, chemical composition, biologically active substances, application in medicine.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.105
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