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PHYTOCHEMISTRY AND PHARMACOLOGY OF SIDA CORDIFOLIA L: AN ELABORATED REVIEW. Killedar SG, Sarak SC, Gadgil GG, Ghadage AG, Purke RR, Gaikwad SB

PHYTOCHEMISTRY AND PHARMACOLOGY OF SIDA CORDIFOLIA L: AN ELABORATED REVIEW.

Killedar SG, Sarak SC, Gadgil GG, Ghadage AG, Purke RR, Gaikwad SB

International Journal of Natural Product Science 2013; 3(6): 20-27

Abstract

Medicinal plants still play an important role in emerging and developing countries. They also generate income to people of many Asian countries who can earn their livelihood from selling collected materials from the forest or by cultivating on their farms. In India plants have been traditionally used for human and veterinary health care needs. Herbs are staging a comeback and herbal ‘renaissance’ is happening all over the globe. The herbal products today symbolize safety in contrast to the synthetics that are regarded as unsafe to human and environment. Our world is fulfilled by various medicinal plants which are widely have been used in treatment of various diseases since ancient time. Sida cordifolia Linn commonly known as Bala, is an Ayurvedic medicine that is used to treat various disorders. Traditionally the plant has been used as CNS depressant, fat lose, analgesics, anti-inflammatory, hypotensive, hepatoprotective, asthma diseases, and increase energy, Oil preparation is also cure pain, swelling disorder, and Gritha cures heart diseases. This plant has great potential to develop the Ayurvedic, modern medicine and athletic supplements by pharmaceutical industries. The present overview highlights the traditional uses, chemical constituents reported, pharmacological properties and recent findings of Sida cordifolia (Linn).

Keywords: Ayurveda, pharmacology, phytoconstitutes, Sida cordifolia.
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