HERBAL PLANTS MENTIONED IN AYURVEDA AND TRADITIONAL SYSTEMS OF MEDICINE FOR BRUISE TREATMENT: A REVIEW

Sonia Singh Thakur

Abstract


Bruise treatment is one of the global scientific treatment issues most of researchers are looking for to find a proper drug to access to this important aim and there are some different drugs in this field. Research on bruise treatment drugs is a developing area in modern biomedical sciences. Scientists who are trying to develop newer drugs from natural resources are looking toward the Ayurveda, the Indian traditional system of medicine. Most of these drugs are derived from plant origin. Some of these plants have been screened scientifically for the evaluation of their bruise treatment activity in different pharmacological models and patients, but the potential of most remains unexplored. In a few cases, active chemical constituents were identified. This article represent bruise treatment  activity of various herbal plants which is mentioned in Ayurveda as well as used traditionally and has been screened scientifically.

Key words: Bruise treatment, Herbal plants.


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