Tuesday , 16 April 2024

Phytopharmacological Profile of Moringa Oleifera Leaves a Concised Review

A. Chandrakala*, A. Venkatesh, M. Uma Devi, K. Maha Lakshmi, S. Rehana Bi, P. Lakshmi Prasanna,
S.V.U College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tirupathi, Andhra Pradesh, India

Moringa oleifera is a well-known herb due to its pharmacological and therapeutic properties currently, it is used as substitutes in soups, lentils, and other preparations in Southeast Asia. It has many bio-active components which provide additional health benefits beyond the essential needs. Due to its high nutritional bio availability and medicinal properties it aids against different aliment such as diabetes, elevated blood pressure, cancer, antioxidant activity of disease prevention, such as: cardiac attack, obesity, Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease. Moreover, it can be utilized to make foods that could be a step towards curbing malnutrition. The published literature gives the total scenario of the chemical constituents, nutritional content, potential uses, and pharmacological activities of the plant. The identification, isolation, and standardization of plant extracts may be considered for detailed studies which can be useful for the further development of the promising food products with health benefits and nutrients to cure different life style-related diseases as well as malnutrition. Moringa oleifera is a notable spice because of its pharmacological and remedial properties presently, it is utilized as substitutes in soups, lentils, and different arrangements in Southeast Asia. It has numerous bio-dynamic parts which give extra medical advantages past the fundamental requirements. Because of its high wholesome bio accessibility and restorative properties it helps against various nourishment, for example, diabetes, raised circulatory strain, malignant growth, cell reinforcement action of sickness anticipation, for example, cardiovascular assault, corpulence, Parkinson’s infection and Alzheimer’s illness

Keywords: Moringa oleifera, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s infection, cancer, antioxidant activity

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