Ethno medicinal, phytochemical and pharmacological aspects of solanum incanum (lin.)

@inproceedings{Mwonjoria2014EthnoMP,
  title={Ethno medicinal, phytochemical and pharmacological aspects of solanum incanum (lin.)},
  author={J. Mwonjoria and J. Ngeranwa and H. Kariuki and C. G. Githinji and Micah N. Sagini and S. Wambugu},
  year={2014}
}
Solanum incanum is used in Africa and other parts of world as a folklore remedy for various ailments that include; sore throat, angina, stomach ache, ear inflammation, snake bites, wounds, liver disorders, skin ailments (ringworm), warts, inflammatory conditions, painful periods and fever. Phytochemical studies of this herb indicate that it contains substances such as steroidal alkaloids, glyco-alkaloids, antioxidants (flavonoids and chlorogenics), saponins and even carcinogenic substances. The… Expand
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