Journal of Herbal Medicine Research

To evaluate how plants in folk medicine and diverse forms of application by the communities of the municipality of Milagres in Ceará.

Research Article of Journal of Herbal Medicine Research To evaluate how plants in folk medicine and diverse forms of application by the communities of the municipality of Milagres in Ceará. Soares, C. L. R1,2; Silva, M.R.P3; Neto, P.P.M2; Lucena, C.C.O4; Pereira, P.S.5; Silva, T. G. 6 1Estudante Graduação em Ciências Biológicas da Universidade Federal da Paraíba- UFPB; 2Estudante de Pós Graduação em Ciências Biológicas da Universidade Federal de Pernambuco- UFPE. 3Estudante de Graduação do Curso de Ciências Biológicas da Universidade Federal de Pernambuco- UFPE; 4Estudante de Pós Graduação em Ciências Farmacêuticas da Universidade Federal de Pernambuco- UFPE; 5Estudante de Pós Graduação em Biotecnologia da Universidade Federal de Pernambuco- UFPE; 6Docente/ Pesquisadora do Departamento de Antibióticos da Universidade Federal de Pernambuco- UFPE. Introduction: The lack of medical care, pharmaceutical and economic crisis, such as information on the use of medicinal plants, developing an empirical knowledge about the use of nature. A Brazilian popular medicine reflects the knowledge transmitted as generations that spread their knowledge about a medicinal flora, becoming as medicinal plants tools in pharmaceutical care. Ceará is rich in medicinal species endemic to the region, traditionally inhabited by the population, but little explored by pharmacology. Objective: To evaluate how plants in folk medicine and diverse forms of application by the communities of the municipality of Milagres in Ceará. Methodology: The research was carried out in the municipality of Milagres-CE, between November and December, through the questionnaire applied in several points of the city and rural area for consumers and raizeiros. Results: The most common plants in this community are: Lemon grass, Anise, Lemon balm, Spearmint and Eucalyptus. Reports of the interviewees showed that the treatment with medicinal plants resulted in the improvement up to 100% of the pathology. Conclusion: The population makes use of listed species treatment of pathologies indiscriminately. A ...

Trinapanchamoola Kwath in U.T.I During Pregnancy

Research Article of Journal of Herbal Medicine Research Trinapanchamoola Kwath in U.T.I During Pregnancy Dr.shipra Lecturer - Prasuti Tantra & Stri Roga L. B. S. Govt. Ayurvedic College & Hospital Handia, Allahabad, U.p, India Urinary tract infections are the most frequent bacterial infection in women, mainly by E.coli (80-90%)1 and Staphylococcus saprophyticus (5-10%)1,2. Women are more prone to UTI than men because, in female, the urethra is much shorter and closer to anus. The main cause of UTI during pregnancy are (i) higher levels of the hormone progesterone decrease the muscle tone of the ureters, (ii) uterus enlargement which ultimately compresses the ureters, (iii) bladder also loses tone during pregnancy. These changes takes longer time for passing urine through urinary tract, giving chance to bacterial infection and multiplication and becomes easier for the bacteria to causes upward infection. During pregnancy urine becomes less acidic and more likely to contain glucose, both of which boost the potential for bacterial growth. Pain and discomfort in groin, burning urination, frequent and uncontrolled urges and fever are the main symptoms of UTI. If not treated UTI may cause acute Pyelonephritis in third trimester, preterm labour3 and low birth weight. Antibiotics are the drug of choice in UTI, which may cause teratogenic effect to foetus. So pregnant women should refrain such drugs especially in first trimester. In Ayurveda, Trinpanchamoola (roots of Desmostachya bipinnata, Saccharum spontaneum, Saccharum munja, Imperata cylindrica, Saccharum officinarum) decoction is described for treatment of urinary disorder and to subside their symptoms4. The chemical ingredients present in drugs are increase urinary flow, changes pH that are not suitable for growing harmful bacterial flora and reduces inflammation of passage. Trinpanchamoola kwath alleviate the symptoms of UTI. Keywords:  Bacteria, Decoction, Trinpanchamoola , UTI etc ...

Medicinal ferns of Eastern Ghats with special reference to Ahobiolam Reserve forest of Kurnool district, Andhra Pradesh, India

Research Article of Journal of Herbal Medicine Research Medicinal ferns of Eastern Ghats with special reference to Ahobiolam Reserve forest of Kurnool district, Andhra Pradesh, India Shaik Khaleel Basha1 and, Dalazak Niaz Parveen2 1. Associate Professor of Botany, Osmania Degree and PG College, 518001 - Kurnool, India. 2. Assistant Professor of Botany, Osmania College for Women, Kurnool. A.P. India The present investigation was carried out during January 2016 to December 2016 for the documentation of medicinal uses of Pteridophytes by indigenous people of Ahobilam reserve forest of Nallamalais forest of Eastern Ghats of Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh,India. Ethnomedicinal information n was gathered through questionnaire from the tribal and non-tribal people. We have reported 8 species of medicinally important Pteridophytes belonging to 6 families distributed in 7 genera. Our study concluded that, the wealth of indigenous ethnomedicinal knowledge of Pteridophytes may also points to a great potential for research in the discovery of new drugs to fight diseases and other new uses. Their conservation is urgently required. Keywords:  Pteriodphytes, Eastern Ghats, Ahobiolam Reserve Forest, Medicinal Plants, Chenchus ...

Treatment of Gangrene in Homeopathy

Review Article of Journal of Herbal Medicine Research Treatment of Gangrene in Homeopathy E. Komali, Ch. Venkataramaiah and W. Rajendra* Division of Molecular Biology, Department of Zoology, Sri Venkateswara University- Tirupati The review article focus on Gangrene and its associated amputations are clinically challenging, but Homoeopathy offers therapy options. In this case are presented, in which the homoeopathic treatment prevented amputation of a body part. Homoeopathy stimulates the body’s ability to heal through its immune mechanisms; consequently, it achieves wound healing and establishes circulation to the gangrenous part. Instead of focusing on the local phenomena of gangrene pathology, treatment focuses on the general indications of the immune system, stressing the important role of the immune system as a whole. The aim was to show, through case reports, that homoeopathic therapy can treat gangrene without amputing the gangrenous part, and hence has a strong substitution for consideration in treating gangrene. Keywords:  Gangrene, Homoeopathy, Immune system ...

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