Review Papers | Pharmaceutical Science | India | Volume 11 Issue 6, June 2022
Phytopharmaceuticals Used as Immunomodulator: An Overview
Arvind Raghav | Lakshita Sharma
Abstract: Immunomodulatory therapy is often needed under conditions of impaired immune response and when the immune system's mechanisms should work. Although conventional immunomodulatory chemotherapy treatment is found to be costly and often not affordable for ordinary people with low socioeconomic status, so the transformation of the immune system with traditional herbal products has become the subject of current scientific research worldwide. A large number of medicinal plants have been shown in ancient Siddha literature regarding the management of a number of diseases that lead to immunodeficiency. H Some of the medicinal plants with Ayurvedic Rasayana medicinal properties have been scientifically investigated and yielding promising results. Several plant - based rules have been separated by a strong immune function that can explain and explain its use in traditional medicine in the past and may form the basis for further research in the future as well. The purpose of this review is to highlight the results of research conducted on immunomodulators of plant origin. Paper selection was made using the most relevant biomedical science database on the basis of its ethnopharmacological applications. Many plants and other phytoconstituents that are responsible for immunomodulation have been described. The review also discusses biological testing methods for various herbal medicines that focus on revealing the mechanism involved in immune defense. This work will hopefully encourage researchers to do more work on therapeutic plants with potent immunomodulatory function.
Keywords: Immune Response, Classification, Immunological Factors, Plants Derived Immunomodulators, Immunomodulatory Activity
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 6, June 2022,
Pages: 1099 - 1104
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