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Inventi Rapid - Ethnopharmacology

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: Ethnopharmacology’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. The journal covers all the areas under ethnic medicines. It welcomes articles pertaining to empirical knowledge of medicinal substances and their toxic potential as passed-on by oral tradition; scientific study of indigenous medicines; search for pharmacologically unique principles from existing indigenous remedies; formulation, manufacturing and quality control aspects of ethnic medicines.

  • IN-VITRO ANTIBACTERIAL AND ANTHELMINTIC ACTIVITIES OF AQUEOUS EXTRACT OF SEED KERNELS OF ACACIA CONCINNA
    Vinay Kumar M, Divakar K, Pushpa Ruthala, Ruhi Rabiya, Ganga Rao Battu    Download Full Text

    Since ancient times, mankind all over the world mainly depended upon the plant kingdom to meet their all needs of medicines, for alleviating ailments. The present work carried out as an ethnobotanical approach based on the historical medicinal values of shikakai containing saponin glycosides. The results of preliminary phytochemical tests on aqueous extract of seed kernels showed that the presence...

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  • EVALUATION OF ANTIARTHRITIC ACTIVITY OF ETHANOLIC EXTRACT OF TRADESCANTIA SPATHACEA
    Cheyala Sumalatha*, Banda Sandya, Jesetti Nagaraju, Ch Hari Prasad Murthy, Sunil Junapudi    Download Full Text

    The various extracts of Tradescantia spathacea were investigated for its anti-arthritic activity in male albino rats. Freund’s adjuvant induced arthritis model was applied for the evaluation of anti-arthritic activity. Dexamethasone (0.1 mg/kg) was used as a regular drug. The ethanolic extract of T. spathacea exhibited significant anti-arthritic activity. The doses of 150 and 300 mg/kg of the et...

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  • UNCONTROLLED CANCER: CURE USING HERBAL EXTRACTS
    Bestha Chakrapani*, D Venkata Narayana, Verraboma Sreedhar, J Masthanaiah    Download Full Text

    Cancer has become the most important cause of death in many countries. Cancer is the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells in the body. Cancerous cells are also called malignant cells. Human papilloma virus were shown to be associated with elevated risks of stomach, liver and cervical cancer, respectively. Tobacco smoking was shown to be extensively allied with higher lung cancer risk and reasonab...

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  • EVALUATION OF PRELIMINARY PHYTOCHEMICAL AND IN-VITRO ANTI CANCER PROPERTY OF DELONIX REGIA LEAVES
    A Sanjeeva Kumar*, K Gnana Deepu, M Gouthami, K Gowthami, L Gowthami, J Ravindra Reddy    Download Full Text

    Investigation on preliminary phytochemical and in-vitro anti cancer activity of leaves of Delonix regia by MTT assay on Hela–Human cervix and HT-29-Human Colorectal Adenocarcinoma. The powdered leaves were subjected for the proximate analysis in which studies were carried out related to ash values, extractive values, fluorescence analysis and preliminary phytochemical screening. Major extraction...

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  • EVALUATION OF NOOTROPIC ACTIVTY OF GMELINA ARBOREA IN EXPERIMENTAL ANIMAL MODELS
    Madiya Darshan Natvarlal*, Sunil B Bothara    Download Full Text

    Cognitive dysfunction is a major health problem in 21st century, one of the most functionally devastating aspects of many neuropsychiatric disorders and neurodegenerative disorders. Gmelina arborea Roxb. belongs to the family Verbinaceae. It is found in part of India, Western Ghats and from foot of North-West Himalaya to Chittagong and throughout Deccan Peninsula. This plant is planted in gardens ...

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  • PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF COMMIPHORA MUKUL ON METHIMAZOLE INDUCED HYPOTHYROIDISM IN RATS
    Sreehari Yajamanam*, T Hemanth Kumar, K N S Varalakshmi    Download Full Text

    Hypothyroidism is a common endocrine disorder resulting from deficiency of thyroid hormone more rarely, from their impaired activity at tissue level. Deficiency of hormone has a wide range of effects, because all metabolically active cells require thyroid hormone. The clinical features of hypothyroidism are dependent on factors like age, disease condition and the rate at which hypothyroidism devel...

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