Vol. 7, Issue 3, Part A (2019)
In vitro anti-inflammatory and anthelmintic activity of Tectona grandis leaves extract
Author(s): Akshay Javalgikar, Hasan Shaikh, Monali Sargar, Harshvardhan Survanshi and Mukesh Rathod
Abstract: Ayurvedic system of medicine is one of the oldest systems in India. Herbs and herbal products, with their incredibly wide use throughout time and place, continue to provide real health benefits while maintaining safety profile. The conservative drug available in the marketplace treat inflammation and analgesia produces various side effects. For conquer these problems medicinal plants play a major role to alleviate many diseases related with inflammation and analgesia. Tectona grandis (Family - Lamiaceae) is one of the most famous timber plants in the world and is renowned for its dimensional stability, extreme durability and hard which also resists decay even when unprotected by paints and preservatives. Teak is the major exotic species found in tropical regions. It allays thirst, and acts as antihelmintic, expectorant and anti-inflammatory. The objective of present study was to evaluate in vitro anti-inflammatory activity and antihelmintic of ethanolic extracts of Tectona grandis leaves. The results of plant extracts were found to have significant (P<0.005) anti-inflammatory activity and showing effective against parasitic infections.
How to cite this article:
Akshay Javalgikar, Hasan Shaikh, Monali Sargar, Harshvardhan Survanshi and Mukesh Rathod. In vitro anti-inflammatory and anthelmintic activity of Tectona grandis leaves extract. International Journal of Herbal Medicine. 2019; 7(3): 36-40.