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Hepatoprotective Molecules and Extracts Profile from Calotropis procera R. Br.


Plants have a great value as the source of medicine. They are most utilized in ayurveda medicine of system for the treatment of various ailments without and/or less adverse effect.Calotropisprocera is shrubby medicinal plant that evenly grows in the various parts of India as well as in other countries. Leaves, flower, stem, bark, root and latex of Calotropisprocerais used traditionally as bitter, laxative, anthelmintic, appetizer, stomachic, anti-sialagogue and strengthening. Scientist explored the various parts of Calotropisprocera for different pharmacological activities like anthelmintic, antidiarrhoeal, hepatoprotective,schizonticidal, wound healing and jaundice. The plant is explored up to the chemical level and various chemicals are isolated from the different parts of the plants such as calotropagenin, lupeol, α-amyrin, β-sitosterol, quercetin and rutin etc. This review was attempted to explore the hepatoprotective potential of extracts and chemical moiety obtained from the different parts of Calotropisprocera. 


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How to Cite

Agrawal, K. K., & Murti, Y. (2021). Hepatoprotective Molecules and Extracts Profile from Calotropis procera R. Br. Discovery Phytomedicine - Journal of Natural Products Research and Ethnopharmacology, 8(2).