ALBIZIA LEBBECK REVIEW PDF

review we have taken Albizia lebbeck which is important herbal drug in various aspect like, chemical constituent, pharmacologically active and. In this review we have taken Albizia lebbeck which is an important extract of bark and pod of Albizia lebbeck Benth. have found to possess anti- spermatogenic. Albizia lebbeck has been of keen interest due to varied phytochemicals and This review includes the detailed exploration of the botany, phytochemistry and.

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Isolation and purification of active phytoconstituent as drug is relatively old concept in the pharmaceutical field. Catechin is the main phytochemical responsible for its antihistaminic property.

Therapeutic Potentials of Shirisha (Albizia lebbeck Benth) – A Review

It is mainly indicated in allergic conditions such as allergic rhinitis, allergic asthma, urticaria etc. Magic and the witchcraft play a great role in it. University of Karachi, Karachi. The plant is very valuable from the ethnobtanical point of view and there parts extracts are revidw in the Indian Ayuerveda as well as in the homeopathy and the Arabic medicines.

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Compositional studies and antioxidant potential of Albizia lebbeck L. Microbial inoculant influences the germination and growth of Albizia lebbeck seedlings in the nursery Bayezid M.

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The current review revealed that, the plant Shirisha has a number of potentials in therapeutic field. Now scientists are more concerned for the wholesome use of herbs.

Forage Tree Legumes in Tropical Agriculture. It is a significant medicinal tree found in India and other countries [2] Folk medicine of the natures is the medicines of the local peoples.

Many ayurvedic formulation of shirish like Panch shirish agada, Mahagandhahasti Agad etc. Showing of 6 extracted citations. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Family- Fabacrae are commonly known as shirisha, siris and shris in hindi [1].

No albzia or other monetary compensation will be received for transferring the copyright of the article to the IJAM. While modern chemical medicine tries to explain the causes of disease by germ theory, traditional medicine, which also accepts the existence of germs, explains disease by magical and supernatural event. In Ayurveda, Albizia lebbeck Benth. Please contact administration for subscription to Journal or individual article. Citations Publications citing this paper.

From This Paper Figures, tables, and topics from this paper. Use of this website erview your agreement to the terms and conditions. The leaves are good fodder with much protein content. AL is an economically important plant for industrial and medicinal uses. Flora of Pakistan Mimosaceae.

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Subscription Login to verify subscription. Therefore, herbs are searched with various angles at several parameters. C and Shelton, H. Sharma Published Albizia lebbeck AL commonly known as shirish, has number of therapeutic properties.

It contains saponins, macrocyclic alkaloids, phenolic glycosides and flavonoids. Analysis of phytoconstituents showed the presence of saponins, glycosides, tannins etc. The main difference between modern chemical medicine and traditional folk medicine is the causal factors of the disease. They are the resultant of the human close observation of the nature as well as their natural organisms.

In this case they watch the plants and their products and the ultiseses them for the cure of the diseases. Saponins isolated from the methanolic extract of bark and pod of Albizia lebbeck Benth. Vol 2 No 4 References Publications referenced by this paper.