Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Andrographis serpyllifolia (Rottler ex Vahl) Wight: An Ethno-pharmaco- botanical Perspective

  title={Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Andrographis serpyllifolia (Rottler ex Vahl) Wight: An Ethno-pharmaco- botanical Perspective},
  author={Suma Krishnaswamy and Bopaiah A. Kushalappa},
  journal={Pharmacognosy Journal},
Andrographis serpyllifolia (Rottler ex Vahl) Wight, belonging to Acanthaceae, has been recorded in ethnobotanical archives as a plant possessing potent antisnake and scorpion venom activity. Its leaf extract has been proven a highly effective drug to combat bovine mastitis. The present review compiles most of the available experimental data emphasising phytochemical profiles and the pharmacological actitvty of this medicinal geophyte. This kind of systematic review encompassing all… 
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