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Abstract

PHARMACOLOGICAL REVIEW ON LEAVES OF “ANNONA SQUAMOSA” IN G.I. TRACT ULCER IN ALBINO WISTAR RATS

*Rajkumar Patel, Surendra Jain, Shailly Malviya, Azhar Ahmed

SIRT College of Pharmacy, Bhopal, India.

ABSTRACT

Annona squamosa L. (Annonaceae), commonly known as the custard apple tree is a native of West Indies. But the cultivation is present throughout India, because of its edible nature. It is a fruit tree considered as a native of Central America also and hence has a wider cultivation throughout the regions of tropics. The taste of the pulp of the fruit is really sweet because of its higher sugar content of about 58% of dry mass, and hence it is found clear that the fruit pulp possess a high calorie value. The plant A. squamosa is a large, evergreen, straggling shrub or small tree, 7m in height, introduced into India, found wild and cultivated in various parts, up to an altitude of 900m.The leaves are somewhat hairy when young, oblong, and 8 to 15 centimetres in length with petiole 1to1.5 centimetres long. The flowers occur singly in the axils of the leaves and are about 2.5centimeters long. This plant was reputed to contain several medicinal properties. Various activities be reported as Antibacterial Activity, Anti lipidimic Activity, Analgesic and anti inflammatory Activity, Antidibetic Activity, and Hepatoprotective Activity.

Keywords: Annona squamosa, Annonaceae, Analgesic and anti inflammatory activity, Antibacterial activity, Anti oxidant activity, and Hepatoprotective activity.


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