PHYTOCONSTITUENTS AND THERAPEUTIC POTENTIALS OF DATURA STRAMONIUM LINN

@article{Das2012PHYTOCONSTITUENTSAT,
  title={PHYTOCONSTITUENTS AND THERAPEUTIC POTENTIALS OF DATURA STRAMONIUM LINN},
  author={Sanjita Das and Puneet Kumar and Saumya Priya Basu},
  journal={Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics},
  year={2012},
  volume={2}
}
Datura stramonium Linn is one of the widely well known folklore medicinal herb. It is a wild growing flowering plant and was investigated as a local source for tropane alkaloids which contain a methylated nitrogen atom (N-CH3) and include the anti-cholinergic drugs atropine, and scopolamine . Some sources report a probable Central American origin, due to Datura's habitation of most temperate and subtropical parts of the world. This plant has contributed various pharmacological actions in the… 

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