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THE MEDICINAL PLANTS USED IN HEPATIC DYSFUNCTION

Author: SURYAKANT VERMA, RUCHI TRIPATHI, T.S. EASWARI, V.K. SHUKLA
Abstract: India is one of the richest floristic regions of the world and has been a source of plants and their products since antiquity and man uses them in different ways according to his needs, particularly as food or as medicine. Many hepatoprotective herbal preparations have been recommended in alternative system of medicine for the treatment of hepatic disorders. The Thar desert of India is particularly important for its medicinal plant species. Generally whole plant is not used for the medicinal preparation. The parts used in the preparation are seeds, leaves, wood, rhizomes, fruits, bark, etc. Various Thar plants used to treat liver diseases are such as Tinospora cordifolia, Lawsonia intermis,Calotropis gigantia, Tecomella undulate, Curculigo orchiodes, Peganum harmala, Phyllanthus niruri, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Aloe vera, Solanum xanthocarpum, Boerhavia diffusa, Tehrosia purpurea, Capparis deciduas, Eclipta alba, Calotropis procera, Azadirachta indica, Cynodon dactylon, Euphorbia neriifolia, Leucas aspera, Lagenaria siceraria, etc. All these plants have some use in the liver diseases with fewer side effects in comparision to synthetic drugs.
Keyword: Hepatotoxicity, Thar dessert, liver diseases.
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