Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : medicinal plants


TO DEFINE THE ACCOUNT OF VITAMIN C IN SOME MEDICINAL PLANTS GROWING IN KASHKADARYA BASIN MOUNTAIN RANGES

Khujanazarov Uktam Eshtemirovich; Mirkhamidova Parida; Alimova Ra’no Abbosovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 1334-1341

This paper involves the description of medical plants, preparation and quality of raw
sources; chemical composition, indicators of application of the medicinal plants in the
pharmaceutical industry and determination of vitamin C content on some medicinal plants
growing in Kashkadarya basin adyr and mountain ranges. The amount of vitamin C in
different vegetation periods in the medicinal plants which antioxidant properties were studied
in Mentha, Ziziphora, Melissa, Rubus, Trichodesma, Bunium.

Immunomodulation and anti-viral effect of Herbal compounds: A review on coupled strategy for COVID-19

Satish Kumar Sharma; Ashok Kumar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 1007-1015

Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) is an infectious pathogen rapidly spreading throughout the world. The disease has become a global pandemic having approximately thirty four million disease cases with one million reported deaths, worldwide. The immuno compromised and/or old age people are most susceptible to severe form of the disease. The pathogenic virus enters the human body causing numerous changes in the immune system regulation. Several studies report that coronavirus causes ‘cytokine storm’ leading to adverse effects of host immune response. Thus, it becomes necessary to prevent the pathogen from hijacking the host’s immune system. The present study elaborately describes the scope of immunomodulation in COVID-19 along with ayurvedic herbs as potential immunomodulating drugs to curtail the effects of the pathogenic virus. Briefly, the study provides dual strategy of immunomodulation and antiviral herbal compounds as a measure to control the pandemic at current stage.

Effect of nitrogen on growth and yield of medicinal plants: A review paper

Tarun Sharma; Amandeep Kaur; Supreet Saajan; Rohit Thakur

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 2771-2776

Medicinal plants are those plants which are used for medicinal purposes. Medicinal plants are come under herbalism (herbal medicine). From the ancient time herbal plants were used for medicinal purposes. India was rich in medicinal plants from prehistoric time. Different parts of plants are used for medicinal purposes. It has been observed that the contribution of USA in medicinal plants is just 25% whereas India contributes 80% of its share. Medicinal plants are used to treat skin problems, eye irritation, diarrhea, sleeplessness and nausea. The medicinal plants like tulsi, ginger, turmeric and aloe are used for curing several common ailments. Nitrogen is one of the essential plant nutrients. It plays an important role in the life cycle of plant. Nitrogen is the main constituent of amino acids, proteins and chlorophyll. Nitrogen increases the vegetative growth of plants. It also increases the oil content present in the medicinal plants.

Diversity Of Medicinal Plants In Kalinga University, New Raipur (C.G.)

Dr.Deepa Biswas; Ms.Anusha Jadhav

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 2578-2586

Many of the plants have great potential for the treatment of many diseases and are considered medicinal plants. The main aim of this study is to concentrate on the variety of medicinal plants for further conservation and utility. Chhattisgarh is recognized in India as a well plant diversity state because varieties of plants are found here. Various sections of these plants are used for cure of several diseases. Survey of plant diversity was conducted on campus of the Kalinga University, New Raipur, Chhattisgarh. Total 56 species of medicinal plants which belong to 36 families have been observed Of the 57 medicinal plants, 17 were trees, 20 were shrubs, 16 herbs, 1 gymnosperm and 3 were climbers. It has also been pointed out that the campus of Kalinga University is rich in7plants of Apocynaceae and 6 plants of the family Fabeaceae.