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A review on Justicia adhatoda: A potential source of natural medicine

  title={A review on Justicia adhatoda: A potential source of natural medicine},
  author={eep Dhankhar and Ramanjeet Kaur and Sonam Ruhil and Meenakshi Balhara and Seema Dhankhar and Anil K. Chhillar},
  journal={African Journal of Plant Science},
It has been established that up to 25% of the drugs prescribed in conventional medicines are allied directly or indirectly to natural substances mostly of plant origin. Hence, during the last few decades there has been an increasing interest in the study of medicinal plants and their long-established use in different countries. However, today it is compulsory to afford scientific testimony as to whether it is reasonable to use a plant or its active principles. As far as contemporary drugs are… 

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