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ROLE OF EHRETIA LAEVIS ROXB IN WOUND HEALING ACTIVITY – A REVIEW

Achal V. Borkar*, Nilesh A. Karande and Lalit G. Rathi

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The Ehretia laevis Roxb is a rare Indian medicinal plant and member of Boraginaceae family. The Ehretia laevis Roxb is high valued medicinal plant and becoming rare in the state of Maharashtra. It has a religious importance among Hindus. Many kind of Ehretia genus are termed as the anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, and antibacterial activity. It is considered as small sapling due to its 12 m height. Plants are having more ability of biosynthesis of variety of organic compounds called as secondary metabolites, which are generally unique and more complex structures. Many secondary metabolites have been found to possess interesting pharmacological and therapeutic values and have applications such as pharmaceuticals, insecticides, dyes, colors, sweeteners, in cosmetics as flavors and fragrances. The treatments for various diseases are reported in Ayurvedic system of medicine. Medicinally important natural products are of immense use. In Wardha district of Maharashtra India, One such folk tribal herbal plant Ehretia laevis was found to be very effective in wound healing. All parts of this plant are used for different curative purposes.

Keywords: Wound Healing activity, Ehretia laevis Roxb, Joint pain, Fracture, Khanduchakka.


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