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Tinospora cordifolia: A review on its pharmacological activities and phytochemical constituents

Ashok Kumar Roya*, Raushan Kumar Singhb, Om Prakashc& Madhavi Rashmid
aDepartment of Botany, P.C. VigyanMahavidyalaya, J.P. University, Chapra, Bihar, India
bDepartment of Botany, S.K.R. College, Barbigha, Munger University, Munger, Bihar, India
cDepartment of Botany, Patna University, Patna, Bihar, India
dDepartment of Biotechnology, Magadh University, Bodh Gaya, Bihar, India
Received : 24th April, 2020 ; Revised : 25th May, 2020

AbstractTinospora cordifolia commonly called Guduchi is a natural herbal shrub that belongs to menispermaceae family. It is found in India, Myanmar and Sri Lanka. This plant has various applications in traditional and folk medicine for treatment of many diseases such as jaundice, gout, diabetes, Skin diseases, cancer, fever, dysentery, cardiac diseases, Urinary problem etc. T. cordifolia is considered as an important herbal drug of Indian system of Medicine (ISM). In modern medicine, the   plant has been evaluated and studied more profoundly and most recently the drug is implemented. This review brings together various properties and medicinal uses of Tinospora cordifolia, along with phytochemical and pharmacological reports.

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