Medicinal plant used in the treatment of dengue fever-an overview


Medicinal plant used in the treatment of dengue fever-an overview


R.Ramasubramania raja, M.Sekar, I.Paula Preethi S.Thanuja,M.Sumabhavana, P.Lathasri, A.C.Nikhila Teja

Department of Pharmacognosy, Narayana Pharmacy College, Nellore, A.P


Journal of Pharmaceutical Research and Reviews

Dengue is an infectious diseases, it is caused by virus. It is transmitted by a mosquito of Aedes aegypti. Dengue produced in our body high fever, headache, joint pain and skin rashes. Allopathic system of medicine is not having the potential remedy for dengue fever. In ayurvedic system only cure the dengue fever, for example of papaya leaves, fenugreek, kiwi and wheatgrass etc., Without unwanted effect dengue is cure by this herbs.


Keywords:  Dengue fever, papaya leaves, fenugreek, kiwi and wheatgrass

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R.Ramasubramania raja, M.Sekar, I.Paula Preethi S.Thanuja,M.Sumabhavana, P.Lathasri, A.C.Nikhila Teja. Medicinal plant used in the treatment of dengue fever-an overview. Journal of Pharmaceutical Research and Reviews, 2017; 1:4.


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