Mohini Shelke, Shraddha Parjane, S. D Mankar, S. S. Siddheshwar
Mohini Shelke*, Shraddha Parjane, S. D Mankar, Dr. S. S. Siddheshwar
Pravara Rural College of Pharmacy, Pravaranagar A/P Loni - 413736, Tal - Rahata, Dist - Ahmednagar (M.S).
Volume - 13,
Issue - 2,
Year - 2021
Hibiscus sinensis is an annual/Perennial plant belongs to Malvaceae family commonly referred to as "roselle" famous for its medicinal value found world wide and native to West and East Africa, South-East Asia, Northeastern India. Roselle is cultivated in humid and warm climate. The plant consist phytoconstituents like malic, citric, tartaric, allo-hydroxycitric acid also reach in vitamin C, Vitamin A. Roselle is popular for it's therapeutic and nutritional value. Seeds, leaves, fruits and roots are utilized in herbal medicine for hair growth treatment. The Roselle, having various medically important compounds called photochemical, is documented for its nutritional and medicinal properties. Many parts of Roselle including seeds, leaves, fruits and roots are utilized in various foods also as in herbal medicine as a possible non-pharmacological treatment. In the treatment of various medical conditions, including several cardiovascular diseases, helmentic disease and cancer, different extracts from Roselle play an important role. Phytochemical research has reported that flavonoids, tannins, terpenoids, saponins, and alkaloids are the most bioactive compounds responsible for their medicinal effects. Experiments from recent studies have shown that different types of extracts from all Hibiscus. The components of rosa sinensis showed a good range of beneficial effects, such as hypotensive, anti-pyritic, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, antioxidant, anti-bacterial, anti-diabetic, wound healing, and abortifacient activities. Hibiscus rosa sinensis has been utilized in many herbal mix and drinks. This review plan to highlight the therapeutic application of Hibiscus rosa sinensis.
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Mohini Shelke, Shraddha Parjane, S. D Mankar, S. S. Siddheshwar. Therapeutic potential of Hibiscusrosa sinensis - A Review. Research Journal of Science and Technology. 2021; 13(2):151-6. doi: 10.52711/2349-2988.2021.00023
Mohini Shelke, Shraddha Parjane, S. D Mankar, S. S. Siddheshwar. Therapeutic potential of Hibiscusrosa sinensis - A Review. Research Journal of Science and Technology. 2021; 13(2):151-6. doi: 10.52711/2349-2988.2021.00023 Available on: https://rjstonline.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2021-13-2-14
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