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Chemistry and pharmacological profile of guggul⎯A review

@inproceedings{Anurekha2006ChemistryAP,
  title={Chemistry and pharmacological profile of guggul⎯A review},
  author={Jain Anurekha and B GuptaV},
  year={2006}
}
Oleo gum resin secreted by Commiphora wightii (A.) Bhandari known as guggul, one of the most reputed drugs in Ayurveda has been extensively studied for its medicinal applications. The plant contains essential oil, mainly consisting of myrecene, dimyrecene and polymyrecene, Z-gugglusterone, E-gugglusterone, gugglusterone-I, gugglusterone-II, and gugglusterone-III. These isolates have been found useful in curing many diseases like rheumatism, arthritis, hyperlipidemia, obesity, inflammation… Expand

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