Proceedings of the International Symposium on Male Contraception: Indian medicinal plants with illustrations. In addition, it was assumed that the anti-inflammatory potential of flavonoids may have contributed to the alleviation of flu-like symptoms in dengue patients following the treatment with E. Summary of studies conducted on antidengue activity of Euphorbia hirta. A clinical study conducted with dengue patients both age groups 30—55 and 14—25 admitted to the hospital Sir Ganga Ram Hospital Lahore showed that the oral treatment with herbal water of E.
Structures of some constituents present in E. J Indian Bot Soc. Antidiarrheic activity of quercitrin in mice and rats. Nil Conflict of Interest: This review will definitely help the researchers to know its different properties. Antidiarrheal activity of Euphorbia hirta extract and isolation of an active flavanoid constituent. It was found that both topical application and oral treatment are recommended for symptom management of dengue [ 19 ].
Singh P, Hirga KK. Eight full papers were entitled to the review; out of those, two studies focused on ethnobotanical surveys, three on animal experiments, one on human trial, and two on in vitro antiviral activities, and one was computational study. It demonstrated an activity in models of diarrhea induced by castor oil, arachidonic acid, and prostaglandin E 2.
Dengue is endemic in over countries including Asia, the Pacific, the Americas, Africa, and the Caribbean [ 2 ]. Further purification of ethyl acetate fractions of the plant revealed 9 compounds which may exert an antidengue effect individually or synergistically [ 24 ].
This review describes the medicinal properties, chemical constituents, and other important aspects literwture Euphorbia hirta. Galactogenic activity The powdered E. The literature search identified the following number euphlrbia articles in the respective databases: Central Drug Research Institute; Antiamoebic and spasmolytic activities of extracts from some Antidiarrhoeal traditional preparations used in Kinshasa and Congo. Euphorbia hirta is one of the most widely used medicinal plant in the Philippines as a treatment for dengue [ 19 ].
This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3. Structures of some constituents present in E. Hence, this study indicates that the E. Some drugs from Ayurveda approaches modern diseases, have already reached the revieew place.
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Journal List Pharmacogn Rev v. Footnotes Source of Support: It is a slender- stemmed, annual hairy plant with many branches from the base to top, spreading upto 40 cm in height, reddish or purplish in color.
Inhibition of aflatoxin production on some agricultural commodities through aqueous plant extracts. Simultaneously, the clotting time was decreased in E. The literature survey revealed that E.
Open in a separate window. In India use of the different parts of several medicinal plants to cure specific ailments has been in vogue from ancient times. However, the number of studies conducted to validate its antidengue activity was found to be inadequate. Antifungal activity An ethanolic extract of E.
If the phenolic compounds contain sufficient hydroxyls and another group such as carboxyl to form strong complexes-forming properties of tannins, then that could exert a positive effect in the platelet count in blood [ 20 ]. Antioxidant, antimalarial, antibacterial, euphorbia hirta.
Potential Use of Euphorbia hirta for Dengue: A Systematic Review of Scientific Evidence
Inhibition of aflatoxin production on some agricultural commodities through aqueous plant extracts. The two ethnobotanical surveys conducted on E. It was found that both topical application and oral treatment are recommended for symptom management of dengue [ 19 ].
The aqueous extract of E. The leaves of E. Results were limited to studies in English, while conference proceedings and commentaries were excluded. Three animal studies conducted using rats and rabbits established that the subacute administration of E.
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