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Inventi Rapid - Planta Activa

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: Planta Activa’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. This journal focuses on pharmaceutically active constituents of the plant origin. The specific areas included are extraction and isolation, chemoprofiling and bioprofiling, and formulation and regulatory aspects of active botanicals.

  • A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW ON TWO ETHNOMEDICINAL PLANTS (CRATEVA MAGNA, COCCINEA CORDIFOLIA) FROM NORTH EASTERN INDIA
    Saumendu Deb Roy*, Suvakanta Dash    Download Full Text

    Plant based medicine finds their origin almost with the origin of human race in this planet. In the prehistoric era mankind relied on plant based medicines for sure, but there are no documented evidence to support the facts. Mankind started to pass on the knowledge on medicinal plants after they learned the art of drawing or writing. India boasts of its 4 biodiversity hotspots out of the total 35 ...

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  • PHARMACOGNOSTIC STUDIES OF THE LEAVES AND STEM OF VENTILAGO MADERSPATANA GAERTN.
    Upendra B Gandagule, B Duraiswamy, Lokesh Gupta, Mayur R Bhurat*, Sanjay A Nagdev    Download Full Text

    Present study was designed for detailed pharmacognostic profile of leaves and stem of Ventilago maderspatana Gaertn belonging to the family Rhamnaceae. It is an important and well known plant in the Indian system of medicine. Leaf and stem samples of V. maderspatana were subjected to macroscopical, microscopical, physicochemical and phytochemical study, following standardization recommended by WHO...

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  • FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF FERMENTED AYURVEDIC PREPARATION: ROHITAKARISHTA
    Vaishali P Argade*, Yogesh R Thombare    Download Full Text

    Rohitakarishta is the traditional Ayurvedic formulation containing self-generated alcohol. Rohitakarishta was formulated by decoction of herbs in boiling water and has been standardized by physicochemical parameters and WHO guidelines. The amount of total phenols was analyzed by using Folin-Ciocalteau assay and was found to be 1.3 g/100 ml. The amounts of total flavonoid were analysed using alumin...

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  • PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ORAL MUCOSAL HERBAL GEL FOR MOUTH ULCER
    Shivam Tayal*, Ashish Jain    Download Full Text

    The objective of this work was to develop bioadhesive gel from the herbal extracts (G. glabra and A. catechu) and clove oil for oral mucosal drug delivery with more permeability and less side effects in comparison to other dosage forms for oral mucosal drug delivery such as patches, tablets, ointments, films and powders. Clove oil as oil, triethanolamine as surfactant, propylene glycol as co-surfa...

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  • REVIEW ON PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES OF CARALLUMA FIMBRIATA
    Nikita Pawade*, Komal Shinde    Download Full Text

    Caralluma fimbriata is a cactus like plant that is naturally found in India. Many herb remedies have been employed in various medicinal systems for the treatment and management of various diseases. The plant Caralluma fimbriata has been used in traditional system of medicine. Sanskrit name of Caralluma fimbriata is Yugmaphallottatna. It contains glycosides, flavonoids and tannins. This plant showi...

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  • REVIEW ON PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF SESBANIA GRANDIFLORA LINN.
    Ranjit S Vishwasrao*, Suresh L Jadhav, Manoj V Gadhave    Download Full Text

    Sesbania grandiflora (family: Fabaceae) commonly known as 'sesbania', is widely used as Indian folk medicine. Sesbania grandiflora has the common names of Agati, Corkwood Tree and West Indian Pea. Traditionally Sesbania gradiflora is used alone or with other medicinal plants to treat a variety of ailments. Research studies leading to extraction, isolation and biological study of plant constituents...

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