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A REVIEW ARTICLE ON: NATURAL ANTI-LEPROTIC DRUGS

Shraddha T. Nemane, Suraj G. Malpani*, Nilesh N. Shinde, Rushikesh R. Waghmare, Swapnil J. Barde

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Leprosy is a chronic infectious disease which is caused due to the Mycobacterium leprae bacillus. It was considered to be an incurable disease for different ages. Currently leprosy is a departure disease although we can meet it mainly in the tropical zone countries. Brazil has the second supreme number of leprosy cases around the world with about 30,000 new cases diagnosed in 2005. The various herbal drugs like Amaranthus Spinosus, Terminalia Bellirica Roxb, Centella Asiatica, Curcuma longa etc known for their antileprotic activity. The different branded herbal formulations such as Divya Kayakalp Vati, Mahamanjishthai Ark, Mahatikta Ghrita and Kaishore Gugguluetc available in the market as antileprotic. It may be concluded that since ayurvedic formulations include number of different ingredients in which one of them may act to enhance or improve the action of other ingredient. Also as a result of so many ingredients present in the particular ayurvedic formulation it helps in skirmishing other diseases in addition to antileprotic activity.

Keywords: Amaranthus Spinosus, Terminalia Bellirica Roxb, Centella Asiatica.


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