Nilesh Gupta, U.K Jain, Ankit Jain, Goutam Lovanshi, Nitin Mathan, Vipin Tiwari
Nilesh Gupta, U.K Jain*, Ankit Jain, Goutam Lovanshi, Nitin Mathan, Vipin Tiwari
Bhopal Institute of Technology and Science- Pharmacy, Bhojpur Road, Bhopal.
Volume - 4,
Issue - 10,
Year - 2011
The last two decades have witnessed a revival of interest in natural drugs and herbal products primarily due to widespread belief that (‘green’) medicines are heal their than synthetic products. This has led to a rapid spurt in demand for anti-inflammatory products like Phyllanthus amarus, Rungia pectinata, Gymnema sylvestre, Aegle marmelos, Ficus bengalensis, Dillenia indica and such other products of traditional medicine. Inflammatory diseases are a major and world wide problem. The number of plants has been screened for their anti-inflammatory activity, but only few of them reached up to the clinical level. This problem is mainly due to purely academic oriented research. Researchers have to lay emphasis on the phytoconstituents obtained from that plant for the specific treatment of such disease and not only to increase the number of plants having anti-inflammatory activity but have to work towards tapping their therapeutic utility.
Cite this article:
Nilesh Gupta, U.K Jain, Ankit Jain, Goutam Lovanshi, Nitin Mathan, Vipin Tiwari. Review of Some Important Medicinal Plants Possesses Anti-Inflammatory Activity. Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 4(10): Oct. 2011; Page 1506-1512.