Phytochemical Constituent of Aconitum Species-a Review

@inproceedings{Rajeswari2011PhytochemicalCO,
  title={Phytochemical Constituent of Aconitum Species-a Review},
  author={Devi Rajeswari},
  year={2011}
}
Aconitum species were used as the major component in the Chinese and Bhutanese herbal medicines. The species posses many phytochemical compounds which possess many of the pharmacological activities. Diterpene alkaloids were the main compound with the pharmacological activities such as analgesic and against inflammation. This alkaloid possesses certain toxic hydrolyzed bases which could be detoxified by the intervention of recent technologies. Apart from this, the plant possess many alkaloids… CONTINUE READING

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