Vol. 5, Issue 6 (2020)
Morphological and Physico-chemical studies of few herbs used in the treatment of liver disorders
Author(s): Deepika Patel, Raju Choukse, Sumeet Dwivedi
Abstract: Liver disorders are very common now-a-days due to social and status life style of human beings. A number of modern medicines are available in the market but have various adverse effects. Traditional system of medicine is so ingrained in our culture that, about 80% of the Indian population depends on this system for relief. With such a huge section of an ever increasing population relying on herbal remedies, it is imperative that the plant products which have been in use for such a long time be scientifically supported for their efficacy. The present paper deals with the investigation of morphological and physic-chemical studies of AI: Abutilon indicum (Leaves), PN: Phyllanthus niruri (Fruits), EA: Eclipta Alba (Leaves) and AS: Allium sativa (Bulb).