Open Access Review Article Article ID: OJPS-6-141

    Anti-tuberculosis effects of different medicinal plants: A narrative review

    Amjad Hussain*, Aadil Ameer Ali, Sultan Ayaz, Wahidullah, Pervez Mehar, Ahmad Ali, Zakir Ullah and Ramsha Baig

    The medicinal plants contain various chemical constituents which play an important role in the treatment of various diseases. The current review explained the scattered information on medicinal plants used in the treatment of tuberculosis. The review contains four medicinal plants (Allium sativum (L), Aloe vera (L), Acalypha indica (L) and Allium cepa (L)) having anti-tubeculosis effects. Moreover, six medicinal plants (Acorus calamus (L), Curcuma longa (L), Ephedra gerardiana, Glycyrrhiza glabra (L), Hygrophila auriculata, Papaver somniferum (L)) have been checked for their toxicological impacts in the treatment of tuberculosis.


    Published on: Oct 1, 2021 Pages: 99-102

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/ojps.000041
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