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PHARMACOLOGICAL STUDY OF SHIGRU WITH RESPECT TO ITS HRIDYA, SHOTHHAR, KRIMIHAR KARMA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ITS CARDIOPROTECTIVE, ANTIINFLAMATORY AND ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIONS

Monica Salaria* and Aditya

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Moringa Oleifera known as Shigru in India and Horse radish tree, Drumstick Plant in English belongs to family Moringaceae. Shigru is known for its beneficial qualities and nutritive value, Its Sanskrit names are Shobhanjan means beautiful tree, Teekshangandha for its sharp smell, shigru for its sharp qualities, Mochak for its capabilities to remove diseases. It is found in almost all India. It was earlier known to contain Carbohydrate, Protein, Carotene and Ascorbic acid as its active ingredients. Its leaves and bark paste are used on skin to reduce inflammation. The powder of the seeds was used for nasya purpose. The plant has been studied for antioxidant, hypolipidaemic, hepatoprotective, antihyperglycemic, hypotensive and anticancerous effects. The current review is to summarize Description, Phytochemistry, Therapeutic Activity, Pharmacological Activity of Moringa Oleifera, which may be helpful to establish a Standard Natural drug as an cardioprotective antiinflamatory antimicrobial.

Keywords: Shigru, moringa, Vedanahar, Shothhar, Krimihar, analgesic, antiinflamatory, antimicrobial.


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