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Scientific basis for the therapeutic use of Cymbopogon citratus, stapf (Lemon grass)
Studies indicate that Cymbopogon citratus possesses various pharmacological activities such as anti-amoebic, antibacterial, antidiarrheal, antifilarial, antiifungal and anti-inflammatory properties, which are very encouraging and indicate that this herb should be studied more extensively to confirm these results and reveal other potential therapeutic effects.
Phytochemical and pharmacological aspects of Eucalyptus genus.
This review article is presented to compile all the updated information on phytochemical and pharmacological activities of Eucalyptus species which have been performed by widely different methods.
Allium schoenoprasum L.: a review of phytochemistry, pharmacology and future directions
This review confirms the medicinal importance of A. schoenoprasum and could stimulate future research on its unexplored aspects, especially identification of bioactive compounds and related mechanisms and safety, which might develop it as a drug.
Pharmacognostic Standardization of Cymbopogon citratus (dc.) stapf leaves
Abstract Context: To ensure reproducible quality of herbal products, proper control of starting material is important. The first step towards ensuring quality of starting material is authentication.
Proximate composition and element contents of selected species of Ganoderma with reference to dietary intakes
Nutritional quality index (NQI) values revealed that mushrooms are densely rich in calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, and zinc, and the studied mushrooms have no health risks as toxic metals such as aluminium and lead were detected below the legislated respective provisional tolerable intake values.
Pharmacological potential of wood inhabiting fungi of genus Phellinus Quél.: An overview
The present review accentuates the pharmacological potential of Phellinus b that is attributed to an array of bioactive constituents reported from different species this genus.
Evaluation of mast cell stabilizing activity of Camellia sinensis and Ocimum basilicum and correlation with their antioxidant property
Evaluated the mast cell stabilizing activity of two polyphenol rich plants viz.