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Anupama Yadav*


Plants have long been used as a source of traditional drugs to treat a variety of illnesses and diseases. Many of these medicinal plants are also excellent sources of phytochemicals, and many of them have powerful therapeutic properties. Broussonetia papyrifera, also known as paper mulberry, is a well-known conventional natural resource that has been used for decades, and the renowned advancements must be introduced to researchers for more improvement, product creation, innovative technology exploration, and the discovery of new concepts. The comprehensive literature collection regarding B. papyrifera's specific features, dissemination, plant profile, pharmacological developments, core plant sections, ethnopharmacology, and other critical knowledge was done using publicly accessible scientific databases / natural products databases. The general aspects, plant profile, traditional uses, distribution, major phytoconstituents, and significant pharmacotherapeutic attributes (antiviral, anti-cancer, anti-oxidant, cytotoxic potentials, anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, anti-microbial, anti-nociceptive, anti-gout, and anti-proliferative) mediated by various parts were all highlighted in this fascinating article. This knowledge would be useful to today's ardent researchers in a variety of fields in creating a variety of important formulations for treating a variety of diseases, including inflammation, disease, high blood sugar, discomfort, infection, and cellular protection. This research will pave the way for current nature-based pharmacotherapeutics to be used in human medicine.

Keywords: Broussonetia papyrifera, Paper mulberry, Traditional, Ethnopharmacology, Therapeutics, Phytoconstituents.

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