A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW ON ANTHELMINTIC ACTIVITY OF SOME MEDICINAL PLANTS
Dnyaneshwari Bade*, Vishal Rasve
SAJVPM’S, College of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research Center, Kada Ashti, Beed MH-414202.
Indian medicinal herbs have long been recognized for their healing properties. The oldest medical system, Ayurveda, advises using treatments based mostly on medicinal herbs to address a wide range of human and animal ailments. The average person can afford and get herbal therapies. The powerful source of many pharmacological activities was medicinal plants. Due to the ability of the plants and its chemical to treat a disease that results in significant financial loss and decreased animal production for livestock owners, one of the plants with anthelmintic action has attracted a lot of interest. Although less effective at curing diseases, crude drugs are generally side effect free. Various in vitro and in vivo techniques have been used to examine medicinal plants for this activity. The crude compounds made from plants are less effective in treating parasite disorders but they are generally free from adverse effects. In undeveloped nations, helminthiasis is historically treated with a wide variety of medicinal plants. In order to treat parasitic infections, plant-derived medications are receiving a lot of attention.This review present the herbal medicines or medicinal plants which are have number of benefits and used as anthelmintic. Ethnobotanical survey, in India the belief that their evaluation will accelerate the discovery of new effective therapeutic agents as anthelmintic.