HERBAL REMEDIES FOR GASTROPROTECTIVE ACTION: A REVIEW
AbstractHerbal medicines have great importance in maintaining the health of every person. Demands of Herbal medicines are increasing in both developed and developing countries due to growing recognition of natural plants being lesser no. of side effect, easily available in surrounding place with low coast. Different parts of the plant have different active substances and these active substances may vary in their extent of activity and concentration. Most of active principles are present in leaves, flower, fruit, bark, root and seeds of the plant. Gastric diseases are a major and worldwide very common problem in every age of person. Its 90% arises commonly due to mostly used of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory category of drug and about 8 to 10% by used of most spicy and fast food(Junk Food). In this review we have described some medicinal plants with respect to their Gastroprotective action.
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Patel R, Jawaid T, Gautam P, Dwivedi P. HERBAL REMEDIES FOR GASTROPROTECTIVE ACTION: A REVIEW. IJPP [Internet]. 1May2012 [cited 19Apr.2019];2(2):pp.30-8. Available from: https://ssjournals.com/index.php/ijpp/article/view/1134
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