Phytochemistry and Pharmacological Activities of Plumbago indica L.: An Overview
Plumbago indica L. is a remedial herb species in the genus of Plumbago described by Linnaeus of the species of Plantarum, extensively in the hot and humid areas to use in the conventional structure of herbs. The distinct division of that plant is used to heal rheumatism, menstrual irregularities, tumors, leprotic infections, acquired immune disease, numbness, immobility, swollen glands, eczema, conjunctivitis, flatulence, extravagated, piles, anorexia, etc. The plant contains a variety of Phytoconstituents including sugars, alkaloids, flavonoids, steroids, phenols, and gums. Numerous categories of research were supported out in distinct kingdoms on the pharmacology of that remedial herb. Methodologically and biologically demonstrate data were concluded on that paper to clear the way for well-founded convenience detailed sources and invigorate further research.