REVIEW: INDIAN MEDICINAL PLANTS AND WOUND HEALING PROPERTIES
Author(s):
REKHA TARASINGH RAJPUT
Keywords:
Wound Healing, Phytotherapeutics, Phytoconstituents, Medicinal Plants, Properties
Abstract
The body naturally recovers from tissue damage through the process of healing, but this process is very sluggish and there is a considerable risk of microbial infection. As a result, there is a desire for a component that quickens the healing process. Since the Vedic era, medicinal herbs have been utilized. They have been utilized to treat and prevent numerous illnesses for countless years. The therapeutic benefits of the plant are almost universal. Secondary metabolites of many kinds are present in medicinal plants and are crucial in the pathogenesis of numerous diseases. They are also employed in the production of pharmaceuticals. Numerous plants have been found to have additional benefits like antioxidant, wound-healing, anti-inflammatory, insecticidal, anti-parasitic, antibiotic, and anti-hemolytic characteristics. These plants are also commonly used by tribal people around the world. An overview of medicinal plants used for wound healing is provided in this article.
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Unique Paper ID: 157114

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 6

Page(s): 52 - 57
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