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Recent Advances in Inflammation & Allergy Drug Discovery

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ISSN (Print): 2772-2708
ISSN (Online): 2772-2716

Mini-Review Article

Role of Medicinal Plants in the Management of Inflammatory Disorders: An Overview

Author(s): Madhukar Garg, Abhinav Sharma, Shivam Bansal, Rupanshi Grover, Tanya Sharma, Sapna Kumari, Anju Goyal, Shiveena Bhatia, Lavish Vaid, Geeta Deswal and Ajmer Singh Grewal*

Volume 17, Issue 1, 2023

Published on: 20 March, 2023

Page: [20 - 30] Pages: 11

DOI: 10.2174/2772270817666230227140659

Price: $65

Abstract

Owing to the enhanced toxicity as well as consequences of allopathic medication, the research on herbal therapies is developing progressively. As a result, medicinal herbs are beginning to play a substantial role in the advancement of the dominant therapeutic medications. Since ancient times, the use of herbs has performed a vital part in human well-being as well in the invention of cutting-edge pharmaceuticals. Inflammation and related illnesses are a major health concern for the entire human population. Pain-inducing drugs including opiates, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, glucocorticoids, and corticosteroids have severe side effects and these therapies suffer from the recurrence of symptoms too after discontinuing the treatment. As a result, the diagnosis along with the advancement of medications with anti-inflammatory properties is the priority to conquer the drawbacks of the existing therapies. The present review article provides insight into the literature comprising promising phytochemicals from various medicinal plants tested through different model systems and employed for alleviating inflammation in several inflammatory disorders as well as clinical status of the herbal products.

Keywords: Anti-inflammatory, inflammation, herbs, herbal products, medicinal plants, phytochemicals.

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