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MEDICINAL PLANTS FOR TREATMENT OF ANAEMIA: A BRIEF REVIEW

Dr. Ravindra R. Patil and *Ashvini A. Navghare

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Anaemia affects one-fourth of the world’s population, and iron deficiency is the major cause. Anaemia is a general term for a large number of conditions marked by a reduction in the oxygen-carrying capacity of blood. Red blood cells carry oxygen in hemoglobin, so that anaemia may be caused by an inadequacy of blood or red blood cells or of hemoglobin, related with chronic fatigue, impaired cognitive function, and diminished well-being. Proper management improves quality of life, alleviates the symptoms of iron deficiency, and reduces the need for blood transfusions. Nutritional deficiency, inadequate amounts of some of the vitamins and minerals that are needed for hemoglobin production, may likewise cause iron deficiency. Because hemoglobin is the pigment that makes blood cells red, a lack of hemoglobin will cause the cells to be a paler color, leading to the term hypochromic, lacking in color. The most widely recognized reason for anaemia in adults is iron deficiency. An attempt has been made to review plants which do have role in treating anaemia or proving to be great haematanic.

Keywords: Anaemia, Natural Haematinic, Haemoglobin, Iron deficiency.


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