alexa Abstract | Phytopharmacology of some indigenous medicinal plants used in arthritis

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Over last few decades, there have been a marked in casements in the field of traditional or herbal system of medicine. It is fuelled by increased number of research papers, research funding agency, venture capital and the number of start-ups. As a result of this research data and different funding agency has led to novel systems of treatment with incorporation of herbal drugs given to the diseased conditions to the patients. Due to increased number of publications and research activities are clearly a sign of proliferation of the herbal treatment. This increased the clinical and commercial translation of medicine from the early-stage research ideas to commercialization of products for future growth and interest in the field. The present review work would emphasize on designing and estabilising the synergistic effects of plants or plants part i.e. Sphaeranthus indicus fruit (gorakhmundi). Here, we will highlight some of the examples of treatment of arthritis with herbal drug that have undergone transitional system of medicine. Current review is finally addressing an answer for the problem of modern system of medicine with an ethnopharmacological approach as an alternative therapy. This will help in enhance the safety, efficacy and quality of traditional medicines with new drug discovery in global health.

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Author(s): Kalpana Garg Jaya Sharma and Anurag Bhargava


Rheumatoid arthritis (RA), Traditional medicine, Ethnopharmacology, arthritis

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