PHYTOCHEMICAL AND ANTIOXIDANT SCREENING OF AMOMUM SUBULATUM, ELETTARIA CARDAMOMUM, EMBLICA OFFICINALIS, ROSA DAMASCENE, SANTALUM ALBUM AND VALERIANA OFFICINALIS AND THEIR EFFECT ON STOMACH, LIVER AND HEART
Matrix Science Medica (MSM)
Author: Sadia Mehvish, Muhammad Qasim Barkat
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Plants and herbs are the mainstream of diverse traditional medicine system practiced throughout the whole population. Today, there is increasingly trend set the uses of natural plants for the various human ailments and wound healing as natural remedy. The crude drugs are derived from the whole plant or parts of the plants that are being used for tremendous diseases through the world without chances of serious adverse reaction as well as more efficacy and safety. The ethnomedicines are being indicated worldwide that consists of different phytochemical constitutes like as alkaloids, saponin, phenols, tannins, flavonoids and carbohydrates so as to not only have biological, physiological and pharmacological activity but also have antioxidant activity for the treatment of stomach, cardiovascular and liver alilments.