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A Marvel Plant – Jatropha: An Appraisal

Author: UPLOADED BY-ADMIN, B.S.NAYAK, K.N.PATEL
Abstract: Jatropha species belong to the family Euphorbiaceae and are used in traditional folklore medicine to cure various ailments in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Jatropha curcas is an ornamental, medicinal and multipurpose soft-wooded shrub, commonly grown in rural areas in India. The oil of this plant is used for manufacture of various household commodities and industrially useful products. The leaves are utilized extensively in ailments like fever, mouth infections, jaundice and joint rheumatism. The roots are used in decoction as a mouthwash for bleeding gums, toothache, eczema, ringworm, and scabies and to cure dysentery and venereal diseases like gonorrhoea. The extracts of many Jatropha species including J. curcas displayed potent cytotoxic, anti-tumor and anti-microbial activities.
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