INVESTIGATION OF PHYTOCHEMICAL ACTIVITY BY CALOTROPIS PROCERA

Shilpi Shukla, Dr. Ritesh Jain

Abstract


The latex too constrains inflammatory reply provoked by several inflammatory intermediaries. Also, it has also been established to take antioxidant and anti-hyperglycaemic activity. Since ancient time, natural products have been played a cardinal person in sighting of present drugs, comprising centrally interim treatments. Numerous scientists have established aids of natural medicines in obstinate patients of anxiety, depression and epilepsy. Analgesic agents beleaguered at the spinal cord equal comprise local anaesthetics (produce non-specific conduction blockade) and opioids (act on opioid receptors). The acute toxicity study revealed safely of the extract up to a dose of 2000 mg/kg in mice. The ethanolic, petroleum ether and chloroform extract of leaves of C. procera at a dose of 100, 200 and 500 mg/kg was selected for analgesic activity.

Keywords: - Inflammatory, Anti-hyperglycaemic activity, Anaesthetics, Analgesic activity.


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