A REVIEW OF MEDICINAL PLANTS USED AS ABORTIVES

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SUJATHA SARAVANAN
GOKUL RAGHAVENDRA SRINIVASAN
GUNASEKARAN SHYLAJA
GEETHA NARAYANASAMY BABU

Abstract

Herbalism technique plays an important role in the world despite the fact that osteopathic medicines have achieved their advanced state. Purely alchemy relies on plants that have anxiolytic properties in particular. For some therapeutic use, as well as every part of the plant is used. Such plants are subjected to pharmaceutical monitoring of their operation. There have been a large number of studies that support abortive activity. Plant use as abortive and is followed in India by older physicians. Nonetheless, most of the tribal community relies on these plants for family planning purposes and to trigger termination. While conventional medicine has evolved rapidly, the confidence has not been diminished to herbal medicine. The aim of this analysis is to examine the plants showing their abortive nature and also the need of abortion is described in this review. This can help researchers learn things of plants with abortive nature.

Keywords:
Herbalism, abortifacient activity, allopathic medicine.

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SARAVANAN, S., SRINIVASAN, G. R., SHYLAJA, G., & BABU, G. N. (2020). A REVIEW OF MEDICINAL PLANTS USED AS ABORTIVES. PLANT CELL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, 21(5-6), 69-73. Retrieved from http://www.ikprress.org/index.php/PCBMB/article/view/4971
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