PHYTOCHEMICAL AND ANTIOXIDANT SCREENING OF CASSIA ANGUSTIFOLIA, CURCUMA ZEDOARIA, EMBELIA RIBES, PIPER NIGRUM, ROSA DAMASCENA, TERMINALIA BELERICA, TERMINALIA CHEBULA, ZINGIBER OFFICINALE AND THEIR EFFECT ON STOMACH AND LIVER
Journal: Matrix Science Pharma (MSP)
Author: Umar Zeeshan, Muhammad Qasim Barkat, Hafiz Khalid
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Herbal medicinal natural plants and species are mostly used for wide purposes in Pakistan in current situation. There are diverse variety of phytochemical constituents which are present in plants and act as secondary metabolites that are formed from the normal metabolism likewise alkaloids, flavonoids, glycoside, phenols, steroids and other specific pigments. Therefore, the botanist concentrations are increasingly changing to ethnobotanical practices due to availability at lower price, wide safety and efficacy margin and less side effects of plants. The medicinal benefits of the special phytochemical of the plants cannot be ignored. Some of the herbal plants have been expressed for their significance to take care of the different ailments of mankind particularly correlated to liver, GIT, stomach and colon.