A REVIEW ON: PHYTOCHEMICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL STUDY OF ANNONA SQUAMOSA

 

HEALTH   BENEFITS (Kokate S et al., 2014)
• Good  for better foetal brain development
• Natural antidote for morning sickness
• Good for skin rejuvenation
• Naturally heals the skin infections
• Delays aging and keeps the skin youthful
• Keep skin cancer away
• Good for pimple prone skin
• Helps to eliminate lice
• For better collagen level
• Natural detoxifying agent
• Moisturises hairs reduces  Pigmentation problems
• To relieve dysentery, cold flu
• Decoction from leaves promote healthy blood flow during Menstrual cycle in women
• Leaves paste help in wound healing
• Useful in anemia
• Alleviate rheumatic pains
• For a better vision
• For a better cardiovascular health
• Prevent premature labour
• For a better brain health
• Prevent from microbial attack

CONCLUSIONS & FUTURE PROSPECTIVE:
Annona squamosa is commonly known as custard apple or sugar apple. The plant has various medicinal properties & has its own folkoric importance. The plant is extensively used traditionally for curing many diseases & disorders. The plant is widely cultivated in tropical & subtropical area of world. The plant has been reported to contain various active principles having specific pharmacological activities such as Anti-inflammatory, Analgesic, Insecticidal, Antiulcerative, Antitumor, Antimalarial, Antioxidants. The studies performed on the seed extract show evidence against Anti-HIV Activity. Reasearch on phytoconstituents present in Annona squamosa has gained a special attention in recent times as it posseses challenging activities. The plant is to be considered as god worship to all humankind from Ayurveda & requires well defined systematic approach for better exploitation in future.

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