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Use and Potential of Selected Indian Plants Since ancient times a number of Indian medicinal plants have been used globally. There are many references to Indian medicinal plants and trade in spices in a number of historical documents. For instance Matt Besler Jersey , Indian aloe is very widely used in India for cosmetic, medicinal and nutraceutical purposes.1But the antiaging effects of the pickled preparations are unique.2Despite the global reputation of aloe in dermato-cosmetics, the potential as antiaging is still untapped. Similarly, the plant Adhatoda vasica has been extensively studied for cough and the active principles have been known.3 However, the potential for use in bleeding disorders and tuberculosis is untapped. Below said Table cites the clinical uses and the therapeutic potential of 14 selected Indian medicinal plants.4There is a need for an international collaborative effort to explore, on a fast track, the hits provided by clinical observations of astute physicians.

Use and potential of selected Indian plants

Plant name Commonest Ayurvedic usage References Therapeutic potential References

Adhatoda vasica Kasashwasaghna (Antitussive) [50, 51] A ntituberculosis http://www.usasocceronlineshop.com/ , Haemostatic [5254]


Aloe vera Kushtghna (Skin diseases),

(Kumari) Agnidagdha vrana (Burns) [5557] Antidiabetic [58, 59]

Boswellia serrata Shothaghna (Anti inflammatory),

(Shallaki) Grahaghna (Anti spasmodic) [6063] mmunomodulator [64, 65]

Centella asiatica Smritiprada (Memory-enhancing),

(Mandukparni) Kushtaghna (Skin diseases) [6668] Antiaging [69, 70]

Curcuma longa Pramehaghna (Anti-diabetic),

(Haldi) Kandooghna (Anti pruritic) World Cup USA Jersey ,

Vranapaha (Wound healing) [7174] Cancer Prevention [75]

Leptadenia reticulata Stanya (Galactogogue) [76] Anticonjunctivitis [77]


Mucuna pruriens Vrushya (Aphrodisiac) [78] Antiparkinsonism [79]


Ocimum sanctum Pratishyayahara (Anti cold) [80] Anticancer [81, 82]


Picrorrhiza kurroa Kamalahara (Anti-jaundice) [83] Lipid-lowering [84]


Piper longum Shwasakasahara (Anti asthamatic) [85] Antimalarial [86]


Pterocarpus marsupium Mehaghna (Anti-diabetic) [87, 88] Antiinflammatory [89]

Terminalia chebula Anulomana (Mild laxative) [90, 91] Medhya [92]


Tribulus terrestris Ashmarighna (Litholytic) [93] Antiprostatism [94]


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plants. Handa S.S., Kaul M.K., editors. RRL (CSIR); Jammu-Tawi: 1996. pp. 323332.

2 Raina M.K. In: Aloe in Supplement to cultivation and utilization of medicinal plants. Handa S.S., Kaul

M.K. USA Soccer Jersey , editors. RRL (CSIR); Jammu-Tawi: 1996. pp. 313322 and Indraji J.K. Vanaspati-Shastra: Kunvak,

Pravin Prakashan, Rajkot. 2nd Ed. 1998. pp. 668670.

3 . Shah M.B., Chauhan G. In: in Supplement to Cultivation & utlilization of Medicinal Plants. Handa S.S.,

Kaul M.K., editors. RRL(CSIR); Jammu-Tawi: 1996. pp. 5396.

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