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Abstract

EFFECT OF PYRUS COMMUNIS FRUIT EXTRACT IN DEXAMETHASONE INDUCED DELAYED WOUND HEALING MODEL IN RATS

Dr. P. R. Logesh Kumar*, E. Santhosh Kumar and S. Prasanna

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Nature has blessed us with super flora and fauna, which had made our life lovely. One of the wonders is pear fruit. Pear is gently sweet and juicy fruit. Pears (Pyrus Communis Linn) are grown in the temperate regions of the world including India. Nutritionally, pears are considered to be a fairly good source of fiber, which malic acid is the major organic acid. The genus of pyrus has probably originated in central Asia, the mountainous region or western and southern China. Arbutus (hydroxyquinone-β-D-glucopyranoside) is a natural phenolic glucoside found in various species of Pyrus Communis Linn. Flavanoids also has been isolated and identified. The chlorogenic acid is isolated and identified from the flowers of the Pyrus Communis Linn. The triterpsnoids were isolated from the stem bark of Pyrus Communis Linn. Pears fruits are excellent source of carbohydrates, optimum quantity of sugars and dietary iber. Chemically they are mainly composed of carbohydrates. Different sugars, starch and cellulose are the main carbohydrates forms found in the pear fruits. In ripe fruit, sugars constitute about 70 percent of the total carbohydrates percentage. A protein content of 0.6 percent has been recorded in pear fruit. Pyrus commuins Linn also known as Amritphala has astringent, sedative activity and act as febrifuge. Its leaves and bark can be used in wound healing and thud also act as anti-inflammatory.

Keywords: Pyrus Communis, Pears, Wound healing, Astringent.


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