Herbal plants used in anti-microbial activity- A review
Snehal Kotwal, Ritu Mahale, Sonali Nipate
Several traditional plants have the medicinal benefits from many years and are included in the Rasayana category. An ayurvedic preparation used in the Indian traditional health care system (Ayurveda), which have been advocated for their intriguing antimicrobial properties. Rasayanas are a class of non-toxic polyherbal medicinal preparations that stimulate the immune system, preventing sickness and promoting health and life. They are studied for their chemical constituents, therapeutic properties, and antimicrobial properties. Antimicrobials have been shown to prevent microbial infections and may also protect the body from a variety of microbes-related disorders such as tuberculosis, gonorrhoea, syphilis, plague, cholera, botulism, pneumonia, also in infections and periodontitis, etc. The hunt for these effective non-toxic natural chemicals with antimicrobial action has accelerated in recent years which has been very productive and acquire. So here is the brief overview of a study report on plants with antibacterial potentials and medicinal properties are included in this review.