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Abstract

PHYTOCHEMICAL, ETHNOMEDICINAL AND ANATOMICAL STUDY OF CANTHIUM PARVIFLORUM

Pulate P. V., Wagay Nasir Aziz* and Deshmukh V. R.

ABSTRACT

Nature is the best source of medicinal constituents. From the vast natural resources, the plants are being used for therapeutic purposes from the beginning of the civilization (Kirtikar and Basu; 1980). Medicinal plants are bioactive constituents which form one of the major resources of raw material for drugs in preventive and curative constituents from one of the major sources of raw material for drugs in preventive and curative applications (Baliga et. al; 2003). Plant derived medicine has made largest contribution to human health and well-being all over the world. The basic medicinal property of these plants lies in some chemical substances. These chemical substances produce a definite physiological action on human body which is generally known as phytochemical. These chemicals are non nutritive and act like shield against diseased. The most important of these phytochemical are alkaloids, flavonoids, tannins and phenolic compounds (Hill A. F.; 1952). Around 1900, 80% of the drug was derived from plants (Adetunji et al; 2011). A knowledge of the chemical constituents of plants is desirable not only for the discovery of therapeutic agents, but also because such information may be of great value in disclosing new sources of economic phyto-compounds for the synthesis of complex chemical substances and for discovering the actual significance of folkloric remedies (Fouche et al; 2001). The traditional medicine all over the world is now a day’s revalued by an extensive activity of research on different plant species and their therapeutic principles.

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