Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Herbal medicine


“KAPASURAKUDINEER”- A REVIEW OF ITS BROADSPECTRUM BIOACTIVITY

Dr.M. Nithiyasoundari; Dr.M.Arputha Bibiana; Arun Balaji

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 7756-7779

Herbal immunomodulator is a substance which stimulates the compounds of immune system.A number of Indian medicinal plants have been reported in Siddha medicine to possess immunostimulatory effects and thus can act as efficient and potential source of drug for treatment of various diseases. The use of plant product for treatment of various human diseases has been mentioned in Indian medicines like Siddha and Ayurveda. Some of these plant products are believed to enhance the natural resistance of body against infection.Among these Siddha formulated medicine is one of the oldest medical systems in India. Siddha medicine become popular nowadays, it is used to treat various outbreaks of communicable diseases. One of the well known poly herbal decoction of Siddha medicine is “Kapa sura kudineer”. This review describes role of plant derived immunostimulants in various medicine and also discusses about the biological screening methods for various plant based drugs that reveals the mechanism involved in immune response.

Alternative Herbal Medicines For Prevention And Treatment Of Ulcerative Colitis

Vishal Dubey; Sima Singh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 4900-4907

Drugs such as adreno-corticosteroids, corticosteroids, purine analogues, antibiotics, immunomodulators, and 5-aminosalicylic acid have become the foundations in management therapy for Ulcerative Colitis (UC). These medicaments remain available in the variety of forms are used an orally and topically to reduce inflammation of the colon and rectum. There can be seen the imbalance of intestinal beneficially acting bacteria triggered an inapt, intense, and enduring mucosal immune retort that leads to the intestinal tissue impairment in an individual. Nonetheless, all these drugs are useful for treatment tolerated with some shortcomings side-effects. From the beginning to the end of human life, natural plants or plant products play an important part. In this existing review, the authors summarize the revisions relating to the natural products practiced by UC patients as a substitute management process for each induction or upkeep management.

ROLE OF COMMONLY USED ASIAN SPICES IN BOOSTING IMMUNITY AGAINST INFECTIOUS AGENTS

Kethan Umakanth; Geetha RV; Smiline Girija AS; Lakshmi T

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 452-458

Spices are normally used for adding flavour to the food. Especially Asians use a variety of spices or spice blends to make food aromatic, hot, savoury and sweet. Spices not only add aroma to the food but also come with notable nutritional values and give a lot of health benefits. The spices that are typically used in Asian cuisine are Cinnamon, garlic, cloves, cumin, basil, star anise, galangal, ginger, coriander, turmeric, cilantro, pepper, ajowain etc. The main aim is to try and understand the role of commonly used Asian spices on boosting immunity against infectious agents. A large number of plants are used to treat many diseases as they possess antimicrobial activity. However, Challenges include Extinction or disappearance of a few indigenous varieties, Low productivity, Insufficient quantities of quality species and Poor product quality. Many people do not know the importance of spices and its effect on the immune system. There is a need to understand the traditional systems, to help visualise the future better . there is a necessity to link the past and the present of medicine. This can help in giving new directions for a better understanding of different diseases etc. As this is a review various other related research articles are acquired using the Search engines such as PubMed, google scholar, google Cochrane databases and MESH. Their data is taken as the base for our study.

ROLE OF HERBAL MEDICINE IN DENTAL HEALTH- A DETAILED REVIEW

P. Anushya; A. Jothi Priya; Lakshminarayanan Arivarasu

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 2185-2196

Dental Disease is one of globally affecting diseases. Oral bacteria involved within the bloodstream are linked to coronary artery disease, atherosclerosis and stroke. Oral hygiene plays an important role within the prevention of oral diseases, including periodontitis, cavity and oral candidiasis. Consequently, the utilization of both chemical and mechanical plaque control is suggested for optimal oral hygiene. Sodium hypochlorite it’s not only irritant to the periapical tissues but also possesses disadvantages such of instruments, blazing of surrounding tissues, undesirable taste, high toxicity, corrosive to instruments, inability to get rid of the smear layer, reduction in coefficient of elasticity and flexible strength of dentin. As well as Antibiotics like tetracycline, penicillin, amoxicillin, metronidazole and antiseptics like chlorhexidine which are commonly used in dentistry, but they have many side effects. While herbal medicine is so effective in oral diseases and has less side effects. The present study is aimed at reviewing various extracts of herbal products and their effects on dental health. The articles were collected from pubmed, scopus and google scholars. The outcome is predicted on the previous studies which debate the role of herbal products in dentistry and this collected data is analyzed by using appropriate statistical tools. The use of herbal medicine in dentistry is helpful in reducing inflammation and controlling plaque formation. From this review study, it is evidenced that Ginger, Garlic, Aloe Vera and Miswak showed better results than conventional denitrificans in dental plaque and gingival inflammation reductions. The disadvantages of using herbal medicine like Clove oil is meant to cause serious problems like pharyngitis, vomiting, cytotoxicity, kidney failures, damage to the liver, seizures, difficulty in breathing and others if used in higher doses. Therefore, the Preclinical and clinical trials are needed to gauge biocompatibility and safety before herbal medicine are often recommended conclusively for oral care.

Role Of Herbal Medicine In Dental Health- A Detailed Review.

P. Anushya; A. Jothi Priya

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 2497-2512

Dental Disease is one of globally affecting diseases. Oral bacteria involved within the bloodstream are linked to coronary artery disease, atherosclerosis and stroke. Oral hygiene plays an important role within the prevention of oral diseases, including periodontitis, cavity and oral candidiasis. Consequently, the utilization of both chemical and mechanical plaque control is suggested for optimal oral hygiene. Sodium hypochlorite it’s not only irritant to the periapical tissues but also possesses disadvantages such of instruments, blazing of surrounding tissues, undesirable taste, high toxicity, corrosive to instruments, inability to get rid of the smear layer, reduction in coefficient of elasticity and flexible strength of dentin. As well as Antibiotics like tetracycline, penicillin, amoxicillin, metronidazole and antiseptics like chlorhexidine which are commonly used in dentistry, but they have many side effects. While herbal medicine is so effective in oral diseases and has less side effects. The present study is aimed at reviewing various extracts of herbal products and their effects on dental health. The articles were collected from pubmed, scopus and google scholars. The outcome is predicted on the previous studies which debate the role of herbal products in dentistry and this collected data is analyzed by using appropriate statistical tools. The use of herbal medicine in dentistry is helpful in reducing inflammation and controlling plaque formation. From this review study, it is evidenced that Ginger, Garlic, Aloe Vera and Miswak showed better results than conventional denitrificans in dental plaque and gingival inflammation reductions. The disadvantages of using herbal medicine like Clove oil is meant to cause serious problems like pharyngitis, vomiting, cytotoxicity, kidney failures, damage to the liver, seizures, difficulty in breathing and others if used in higher doses. Therefore, the Preclinical and clinical trials are needed to gauge biocompatibility and safety before herbal medicine are often recommended conclusively for oral care.