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Antioxidant, antimicrobial activity and Medicinal properties of Grewiaasiatica L.

SHUKLA, R. SHARMA, D. BAIG, M. BANO, S. ROY, S. PROVAZNÍK, I. KAMAL, M.

Originální název

Antioxidant, antimicrobial activity and Medicinal properties of Grewiaasiatica L.

Český název

Antioxidant, antimicrobial activity and Medicinal properties of Grewiaasiatica L.

Anglický název

Antioxidant, antimicrobial activity and Medicinal properties of Grewiaasiatica L.

Typ

článek v časopise

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Since ancient time, India is a well-known subcontinent for medicinal plants where diversity of plants is known for the treatment of many human disorders. Grewia asiatica is a dicot shrub belonging to the Grewioideae family and well known for its medicinally important fruit commonly called Falsa. G. asiatica is a seasonal summer plant is distributed in the forest of central India, south India, also available in northern plains and western Himalaya up to the height of 3000 ft. Fruits of G. asiatica are traditionally used as a cooling agent, refreshing drink, anti-inflammatory agent and for the treatment of some urological disorders. Recent advancement of Falsa researches concluded its antimicrobial and anti-diabetic activity. Medicinal plants are widely used by the traditional practitioners for curing various diseases. G. asiatica fruit is the edible and tasty part of the plant, now considered as a valuable source of unique natural product for development of medicines which are used in different disease conditions like anti-diabetic, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancerous and anti-microbial. Now days, G. asiatica is being used in different Ayurvedic formulation for the treatment of various diseases. Different pharmacological investigations indicated the presence of phenols, tannins, saponins and flavonoids in the fruits. Present review highlights the phytopharmacological and different traditional use of G. asiatica which is mention in ancient Ayurvedic texts. This review stimulates the researchers and scientists for further work on G. asiatica.

Český abstrakt

Since ancient time, India is a well-known subcontinent for medicinal plants where diversity of plants is known for the treatment of many human disorders. Grewia asiatica is a dicot shrub belonging to the Grewioideae family and well known for its medicinally important fruit commonly called Falsa. G. asiatica is a seasonal summer plant is distributed in the forest of central India, south India, also available in northern plains and western Himalaya up to the height of 3000 ft. Fruits of G. asiatica are traditionally used as a cooling agent, refreshing drink, anti-inflammatory agent and for the treatment of some urological disorders. Recent advancement of Falsa researches concluded its antimicrobial and anti-diabetic activity. Medicinal plants are widely used by the traditional practitioners for curing various diseases. G. asiatica fruit is the edible and tasty part of the plant, now considered as a valuable source of unique natural product for development of medicines which are used in different disease conditions like anti-diabetic, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancerous and anti-microbial. Now days, G. asiatica is being used in different Ayurvedic formulation for the treatment of various diseases. Different pharmacological investigations indicated the presence of phenols, tannins, saponins and flavonoids in the fruits. Present review highlights the phytopharmacological and different traditional use of G. asiatica which is mention in ancient Ayurvedic texts. This review stimulates the researchers and scientists for further work on G. asiatica.

Anglický abstrakt

Since ancient time, India is a well-known subcontinent for medicinal plants where diversity of plants is known for the treatment of many human disorders. Grewia asiatica is a dicot shrub belonging to the Grewioideae family and well known for its medicinally important fruit commonly called Falsa. G. asiatica is a seasonal summer plant is distributed in the forest of central India, south India, also available in northern plains and western Himalaya up to the height of 3000 ft. Fruits of G. asiatica are traditionally used as a cooling agent, refreshing drink, anti-inflammatory agent and for the treatment of some urological disorders. Recent advancement of Falsa researches concluded its antimicrobial and anti-diabetic activity. Medicinal plants are widely used by the traditional practitioners for curing various diseases. G. asiatica fruit is the edible and tasty part of the plant, now considered as a valuable source of unique natural product for development of medicines which are used in different disease conditions like anti-diabetic, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancerous and anti-microbial. Now days, G. asiatica is being used in different Ayurvedic formulation for the treatment of various diseases. Different pharmacological investigations indicated the presence of phenols, tannins, saponins and flavonoids in the fruits. Present review highlights the phytopharmacological and different traditional use of G. asiatica which is mention in ancient Ayurvedic texts. This review stimulates the researchers and scientists for further work on G. asiatica.

Klíčová slova

Grewia asiatica, medicinal plants, Ayurveda, antioxidant, antimicrobial

Rok RIV

2015

Vydáno

01.03.2015

Nakladatel

Bentham science

Místo

UK

Strany od

1

Strany do

6

Strany počet

6

BibTex


@article{BUT115026,
  author="Ritu {Shukla} and D.C. {Sharma} and Mohd Hassan {Baig} and Shabana {Bano} and Sudeep {Roy} and Ivo {Provazník} and MA {Kamal}",
  title="Antioxidant, antimicrobial activity and Medicinal properties of Grewiaasiatica L.",
  annote="Since ancient time, India is a well-known subcontinent for medicinal plants where diversity of plants is known for the treatment of many human disorders. Grewia asiatica is a dicot shrub belonging to the Grewioideae family and well known for its medicinally important fruit commonly called Falsa. G. asiatica is a seasonal summer plant is distributed in the forest of central India, south India, also available in northern plains and western Himalaya up to the height of 3000 ft.  Fruits of G. asiatica are traditionally used as a cooling agent, refreshing drink, anti-inflammatory agent and for the treatment of some urological disorders. Recent advancement of Falsa researches concluded its antimicrobial and anti-diabetic activity. Medicinal plants are widely used by the traditional practitioners for curing various diseases. G. asiatica fruit is the edible and tasty part of the plant, now considered as a valuable source of unique natural product for development of medicines which are used in different disease conditions like anti-diabetic, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancerous and anti-microbial. Now days, G. asiatica is being used in different Ayurvedic formulation for the treatment of various diseases. Different pharmacological investigations indicated the presence of phenols, tannins, saponins and flavonoids in the fruits. Present review highlights the phytopharmacological and different traditional use of G. asiatica which is mention in ancient Ayurvedic texts. This review stimulates the researchers and scientists for further work on G. asiatica.",
  address="Bentham science",
  chapter="115026",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Bentham science",
  number="09",
  year="2015",
  month="march",
  pages="1--6",
  publisher="Bentham science",
  type="journal article"
}