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Title: Search for indian medicinal plants as antioxidant agents to cure malaria caused by environmental disasters
Researcher: Rao, Nidhi
Guide(s): Sudhanshu
Menghani, Ekta
Keywords: Biotechnology
Upload Date: 25-Feb-2014
University: Suresh Gyan Vihar University
Completed Date: December, 2012
Abstract: Importance of herbs in the management of human ailments cannot be over emphasized. It is clear that the plant kingdom harbours an inexhaustible sources of active ingredients invaluable in the management of many intractable diseases. Furthermore, the active components of herbal remedies have the advantages of being combined with many other substances that appear to be inactive. However, these complementary components give the plant as a whole a safety and efficiency much superior to that of its isolated and pure active components. Oxidative stress plays one of the major roles for the development of anaemia in malaria. The junk food and environment of now a days lead to degenerative diseases to mankind. These degenerative diseases will produce free radicals and will be the major cause of degenerative diseases including malaria, whereas medicinal plants represent a rich source of antioxidant agents. Plants are used medicinally in different countries and are a source of many potent and powerful drugs. The use of medicinal plants to treat human disease has its roots in pre-historic times. A wide range of medicinal plants part is used for extract as raw drugs and they possess varied medicinal properties. Importance of herbs in the management of human ailments cannot be over emphasized. It is clear that the plant kingdom harbours an inexhaustible sources of active ingredients invaluable in the management of many intractable diseases. Furthermore, the active components of herbal remedies have the advantages of being combined with many other substances that appear to be inactive. However, these complementary components give the plant as a whole a safety and efficiency much superior to that of its isolated and pure active components. Oxidative stress plays one of the major roles for the development of anaemia in malaria. The junk food and environment of now a days lead to degenerative diseases to mankind. These degenerative diseases will produce free radicals and will be the major cause of degenerative diseases including malaria, whereas medicinal plants represent a rich source of antioxidant agents. Plants are used medicinally in different countries and are a source of many potent and powerful drugs. The use of medicinal plants to treat human disease has its roots in pre-historic times. A wide range of medicinal plants part is used for extract as raw drugs and they possess varied medicinal properties.
Pagination: xii, 286p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/16343
Appears in Departments:Department of Science

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