Tuesday , 16 April 2024

Phytopharmacological review on Plants with Anti-Urolithiatic Potential

P. Harshavardhan1, T. Usha Kiran Reddy*1, A. Anish Kumar1, K. G. Rajyalakshmi1, K. Bhagyaraj, Ch. Apparao1&2
1S V U College of Pharmaceutical sciences, S V University, Tirupathi, A.P, India.

2Department of Biochemistry, S V University, Tirupathi, A.P, India.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.30904/j.ijmpr.2024.4645
Int. J. Med. Pharm. Res., 2024, 12(1): 17-25

 A B S T R A C T
The complex process of kidney stone development involves a number of physicochemical processes, such as super saturation, nucleation, growth, aggregation and retention inside the kidneys. In industrialized nations, 10-12% of the population suffers from urinary stones. Stone disease is uncommon only in a small number of places, such as Germany and the coastal regions of Japan. Therefore, the purpose of the current review is to provide information on current developments in the study of medicinal plants that have been shown to have antiurolithiatic effect. Researchers may find this page useful in locating potential lead substances or herbal remedies that are causing urolithiatic activity.

Keywords: kidney stones, nucleation, growth, aggregation, urinary stones, urolithiatic activity

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