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Bananas: The Miracle Fruit . Common Name. Bananas . Botanical Name. Musa paradisiaca . Bananas . Musa paradisiaca . Share on Facebook Share via Twitter Pin on Pinterest Post on Linkedin Send via Email Share via ShareThis вЂњMost of the time when people think of super fruits or healing plants, they donвЂ™t tend to think of bananas. You could easily make the claim that in bananas, we have one of. Phytochemical Screening and Effect of Musa paradisiaca Stem Extrude on Rat Haematological Parameters 1, phytochemicals in the sap of Musa paradisiaca confers medicinal properties on the plant and this explains the use of this plant for treatment of different ailments. The findings of this study is consistent with reports of the presence of these phytochemicals in various parts of the Musa.
For medicinal purpose and in Hindu poojas, commonly used variety is Kadalyppazham, the other names are Bhagavan Kadaly and Pooja Kadaly. Useful plant parts: Fruit, leaf, stem, rhizome. Phytochemical Screening and Effect of Musa paradisiaca Stem Extrude on Rat Haematological Parameters 1, phytochemicals in the sap of Musa paradisiaca confers medicinal properties on the plant and this explains the use of this plant for treatment of different ailments. The findings of this study is consistent with reports of the presence of these phytochemicals in various parts of the Musa
Chemical Analyses and Wound Healing Activity of Stem Juice of Musa paradisiaca Linn. P. Bharathi*, S. Aparna, T. Devipriyadharshini, R. Senthamarai and A. Jaswanth College of Pharmacy, Sri Ramakrishna Institute of Paramedical Sciences, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India. Plants are the source of many biologically active products and nowadays they are of great interest to the pharmaceutical вЂ¦ Banana (Genus Musa) cultivars are grown from long time throughout the world. All parts of banana have nutritional and traditional medicinal uses.
Medicinal plants are the main ingredients of local medicines, but rapid urbanization is leading to the loss of many important plants and knowledge of their use.. Socioeconomic uses of plants, i.e. medicinal and, other than medicines have been reported in many studies6-9. Plant based traditional knowledge has become a recognized tool in search of drugs and neutraceuticals10. Today, according to World Health Organization as many as 80% of the worldвЂ™s people depend on traditional medicine for primary health care needs. The herbal medicines are.
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represent more than 50% of the drugs in clinical use in the world (Cowan, 1999). In the present article we In the present article we discuss the biological and medicinal potential of a well-known edible plant Musa sapientum Linn..
unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. Nutrient and Heavy Metal Composition of Plantain (Musa paradisiaca). Antibacterial and toxicity studies of the ethanol scientific basis for the use of Musa paradisiaca (plantain) leaf for such purpose and perhaps establish it as a possible source of a new drug against some organisms. The ethanol extract of the leaf and its aqueous fraction were therefore tested against some organisms. The extract showed activity by inhibiting the growth of these organisms. The Banana plant, Musa paradisiaca often erroneously referred to as a "tree", is a large herb, with succulent, very juicy stem, which is a cylinder of leaf-petiole.
Musa paradisiaca (L.) (Musaceae) commonly known as banana in English, is a perennial tree like herb grown indigenously in tropics and subtropics and also cultivated commercially in India for its fruits. Banana (Genus Musa) cultivars are grown from long time throughout the world. All parts of banana have nutritional and traditional medicinal uses.
the use of medicinal plants by health professionals and practitioners of folk medicine. This This systematic review explored the history and the present day application of phytotherapeutic Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge Vol. 8(2), April 2009, pp. 298-301 Folk medicinal uses of plant roots from Meerut district, Uttar Pradesh