A brief review of mimosa pudica

Authors

  • Padma Yemireddy Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy, Bellamkond Institute of Technology and Sciences, Kambhalapadu (V&P) Podili (M), Prakasham (D) Pincode:523240
  • Lahari sidde Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy, Balaji College of Pharmacy, Anantapuramu,AP,India
  • Dr.C.Mohana Asst.Professor, Bellamkonda Institute of Technology and Sciences Kambhalapadu (V&P) Podili (M), Prakasham (D) Pin-code:523240

Abstract

MimosapudicaLinn.has been found to be a potent herb and used by different traditional practioner in different ailments. Different traditional formulation.In Charakasamhitha.It is mentioned that decoction of the plant could be used for vaginal wash in vaginal infections. South Asian peoples have been using Mimosapudica for several ailments for decades.MimosapudicaLinn is an annual or perennial herb found to have several activities like Antihelminthic, anti hyperglycemicanti inflammatory antipyretic antispasmodic , antitussiue, antiviral,calmative ,contraceptive, depilatory, diuretic ,emetic, expectorant, poison, sedative tranquilizing. People of different community used the medicinal value of the plant for the treatment of tooth ache, Urinary tract infections and vuvlvovaginal infections. It is well justified that there would be a potent antimicrobial activity against several bacterial and fungal infections.

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Author Biography

Padma Yemireddy, Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacy, Bellamkond Institute of Technology and Sciences, Kambhalapadu (V&P) Podili (M), Prakasham (D) Pincode:523240

Bellamkond Institute of Technology and Sciences, Kambhalapadu (V&P) Podili (M), Prakasham (D) Pincode:523240

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Lars F. Kirk, Mette V. Moller, Jette Christensen, Dan Stark, Patrick Ekpe, Jerzy W. Jaroszewski: A 5-deoxy?avonol derivative in Mimosa pudica. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 2003; 103–105.

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Lars F. Kirk, Mette V. Moller, Jette Christensen, Dan Stark, Patrick Ekpe, Jerzy W. Jaroszewski: A 5-deoxy?avonol derivative in Mimosa pudica. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 2003; 103–105

Lars F. Kirk, Mette V. Moller, Jette Christensen, Dan Stark, Patrick Ekpe, Jerzy W. Jaroszewski: A 5-deoxy?avonol derivative in Mimosa pudica. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 2003; 103–105

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2019-05-19
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Padma Yemireddy, Lahari sidde, and Dr.C.Mohana. “A Brief Review of Mimosa Pudica”. International Journal of Pharmaceutics and Drug Analysis, May 2019, pp. 34-37, https://ijpda.com/index.php/journal/article/view/420.

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