Jain Sachin, Jain Neetesh, Tiwari A, Balekar N, Jain D K
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Jain Sachin*, Jain Neetesh, Tiwari A, Balekar N and Jain D K
College of Pharmacy, IPS Academy, Rajendra Nagar, Indore (M.P.)
Volume - 2,
Issue - 2,
Year - 2009
The present study was aim to investigate the possible effect of Ageratum conyzoides root extract on wound healing and is also include a comparable study of effect of polyherbal formulation containing Ageratum conyzoides, Ficus religiosa, Curcuma longa and Tamarindus indica, on wound healing process with respect to intact plant formulation through topical route. The wound healing property of Ageratum conyzoides appears to be due to the presence of its active principles, which accelerates the healing process and confers breaking strength to the healed wound. Further, wound healing activity by polyherbal formulation was found to be better than ageratum treated groups in rat. It may be attributed to the synergistic action of ageratum constituent and the constituent of other plants present in the polyherbal formulation.
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Jain Sachin, Jain Neetesh, Tiwari A, Balekar N, Jain D K. Simple Evaluation of Wound Healing Activity of Polyherbal Formulation of
Roots of Ageratum conyzoides Linn. Asian J. Research Chem. 2(2): April.-June, 2009 page 135-138.