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SCREENING OF 166 ANTIFERTILITY MEDICINAL PLANTS: REVIEW

@inproceedings{Bhoria2015SCREENINGO1,
  title={SCREENING OF 166 ANTIFERTILITY MEDICINAL PLANTS: REVIEW},
  author={Reena Bhoria and Sushma Kainsa and Ashok Kumar},
  year={2015}
}
Medicinal plants are the valuable sources of herbal contraceptive well known to the Ancient Physicians of India. Modern contraceptives are restricted among women due to its unwanted side effects. The medical scientists are in search for suitable and active antifertility agents of synthetic and herbal origin to prevent conception. This review reveals with the number of herbal plants with their chemical constituents. Overall, 200 articles were reviewed and out of this 166 articles of proved… Expand
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