Argemone mexicana : chemical and pharmacological aspects

@inproceedings{Brahmachari2013ArgemoneM,
  title={Argemone mexicana : chemical and pharmacological aspects},
  author={Goutam Brahmachari and Dilip Gorai and Rajiv R P Roy},
  year={2013}
}
The Papaveraceae, informally known as the poppy family, are an ethnopharmacologically important family of 44 genera and approximately 760 species of flowering plants. The present work offers a review addressing the detailed chemistry and pharmacology of Argemone mexicana L. regarded as one of the most significant plant species in traditional system of medicine. The plant is used in different parts of the world for the treatment of several ailments including tumors, warts, skin diseases… CONTINUE READING

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