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  1. The practice of ethnomedicine remains to be the primary source of healthcare in many parts of the world, especially among the tribal communities. However, there is a lack of scientific outlook and investigatio...

    Authors: Ananta Swargiary and Manita Daimari
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:75
  2. Nowadays, the green synthesis of AuNPs in the presence of plants has been attracted a lot of attention. Herein, in vivo antidiabetic activity of AuNPs synthesized using Ziziphus jujuba in streptozotocin-induced d...

    Authors: Reyhane Javanshir, Moones Honarmand, Mehran Hosseini and Mina Hemmati
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:74
  3. Traditionally, herbal medicines are commonly used to cure several diseases since immemorial of human life. Nevertheless, the safety of some traditionally used medicinal plants is uncertain. Since Tephrosia vogeli...

    Authors: Stephano Hanolo Mlozi, Juma A. Mmongoyo and Musa Chacha
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:73
  4. Artemisia vulgaris commonly known as “mugwort” is a very important medicinal plant which is used widely for the treatment of various ailments traditionally. The present studies aimed to conduct preliminary phytoc...

    Authors: Nurpen Meitei Thangjam, Jasmina Taijong and Awadhesh Kumar
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:72
  5. Diabetes is widely recognized as associated with several structural and functional liver, kidney, and heart abnormalities. Therefore, the present study was conducted to evaluate the protective effect of peel e...

    Authors: Rosane Soh Matsinkou, Valere Aime Soh Oumbe, Judith Laure Ngondi and Julius Enyong Oben
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:71
  6. Desmodium canum (Strong Back) is deemed a versatile traditional medicine, where it is used to treat diabetes, hypertension, asthma and erectile dysfunction.

    Authors: Ruby Lisa Alexander-Lindo, Roy Barrington Reynolds Porter, Chuckwuemeka Rapheal Nwokocha and Kemmoy Godfrey Lattibeaudiere
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:70
  7. Obesity, reached epidemic proportions globally is often associated with life threatening comorbidities. The unavailability of safe and effective long term medications for obesity in modern pharmacotherapy forc...

    Authors: Kumaraswamy Athesh, Rangaraju Sivasubramanian, Gnanasekaran Jothi and Pemiah Brindha
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:69
  8. Different parts of the medicinal plant Tamarindus indica L. are full of phytochemicals that are able to reduce elevated blood pressure, blood sugar and lipids. These pharmacological effects are due to the presenc...

    Authors: Syed Abdul Kuddus, Mazharul Islam Bhuiyan, Nusrat Subhan, Md Hasanuzzaman Shohag, Aura Rahman, Muhammad Maqsud Hossain, Md Ashraful Alam and Ferdous Khan
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:68
  9. Myocardial Infarction (MI), also known as heart attack, is one of the most common cardiovascular diseases. Although certain drugs or mechanical means are used, day by day natural products such as herbs and spi...

    Authors: Dipa Islam, Monisha Banerjee Shanta, Samina Akhter, Chadni Lyzu, Mahmuda Hakim, Md. Rezuanul Islam, Liton Chandra Mohanta, Evena Parvin Lipy and Dipankar Chandra Roy
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:67
  10. Today, the attention of researchers has been drawn to the use of medicinal plant for the treatment of kidney stones. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of five plants used in traditional medic...

    Authors: Majid Shirani, Davood Arjaki, Soleiman Kheiri, Elham Bijad, Sareh Mohammadi and Zahra Lorigooini
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:66
  11. Burkea africana is a widely used medicinal plant in folkloric medicine in many developing countries of the world. It is useful in the treatment of various ailments including hepatitis, jaundice, diarrhea, stomach...

    Authors: Terhemen Festus Swem, Patrick Emeka Aba and Samuel Chukwuneke Udem
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:65
  12. Nickel exposure causes hepato-renal toxicity via oxidative stress. Medicinal plants with antioxidants properties are being explored as treatment options. In this study, the effect of ethanol extract of Nigella sa...

    Authors: Kazeem Akinyinka Akinwumi, Afusat Jagun Jubril, Oreoluwa Oluwafunke Olaniyan and Yusuf Yusuf Umar
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:64
  13. Renal failure is among the main complications of diabetes disorders and free radical from hyperglycemia is the major cause of this nephrotic complication. This study investigated the therapeutic effects of Bridel...

    Authors: Damilola Alex Omoboyowa, Kayode Olayele Karigidi and Temitope Cosmas Aribigbola
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:63
  14. An amendment to this paper has been published and can be accessed via the original article.

    Authors: Ronia Mostofa, Rayhana Begum, Hongbin Wang, Mst. Marium Begum, Rubaba Karim, Taslima Begum, Nur Alam Siddiquee, Rebeka Sultana, Sonia Sultana, A. K. Lutful Kabir, Sumaiya Alam and Tasnova Tasnim Nova
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:62

    The original article was published in Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:26

  15. Barringtonia acutangula (L.) Gaertn, Garcinia indica (Thouars) Choisy, and Feronia limonia (L.) Swingle is widely utilized in traditional folk medicine against diabetes, obesity, and metabolic syndrome but lacks ...

    Authors: Vishal Shivalingappa Patil and Nayeem A. Khatib
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:61
  16. Albizia richardiana belongs Fabaceae family which different parts like fruits, flowers, barks, and roots are used medicinally. The study reports the in vitro anti-inflammatory, thrombolytic, cytotoxicity and anti...

    Authors: Mohammad Nazmul Islam, Homyra Tasnim, Laiba Arshad, Md. Areeful Haque, Syed Mohammed Tareq, A. T. M. Mostafa Kamal, Md. Masudur Rahman, A S. M. Ali Reza, Kazi Ashfak Ahmed Chowdhury and Abu Montakim Tareq
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:60
  17. This experiment is conducted to evaluate the anti-inflammatory effect of Piper chaba roots.

    Authors: Samina Yesmin, Arkajyoti Paul, Tarannum Naz, A. B. M. Atiqur Rahman, Sarkar Farhana Akhter, Mir Imam Ibne Wahed, Talha Bin Emran and Shafayet Ahmed Siddiqui
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:59
  18. Wedelia chinensis (W. chinensis) is a beneficial medicinal herb used in folk medicine to treat many chronic diseases. The present study is aimed to evaluate the antidiabetic property of methanolic extract of W. c...

    Authors: Md. Wasim Bari, Md. Monirul Islam, Mahbuba Khatun, Mst Julia Sultana, Rabbi Ahmed, Ariful Islam, Md. Ismail Hossain, Md. Matiar Rahman and Mohammad Amirul Islam
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:58
  19. Chemotherapy is the most widely used means of controlling trypanosomosis, however, effectiveness of the drugs available is limited by a number of factors. This study investigates the oxidative stress profile o...

    Authors: Oluyomi Olajumoke Ogunleye, Isa Danladi Jatau, Audu Joseph Natala and Shola David Ola-Fadunsin
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:57
  20. The treatment inadequacy and toxicity associated with conventional anti-malarial, anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs has called for the search of alternatives from medicinal plants, particularly, their phyt...

    Authors: Ali A. Jigam, Rachael Musa, Abdulkadir Abdullahi and Bashir Lawal
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:56
  21. A high-sugar or/and high-fat diets is a major risk factors for obesity. However, increased fruit and vegetable intake has been recently linked to obesity prevention. The aim of the present study was to investi...

    Authors: Zahra Amri, Mohamed Raâfet Ben Khedher, Mohamed Sghaier Zaibi, Wafa Kharroubi, Mouna Turki, Fatma Ayadi and Mohamed Hammami
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:55
  22. Antioxidants have protective capacity, and can be used combinedly with other substances. Both, ascorbic acid (AA) and phytol (PHY) have many important biological activities, including antioxidant, anti-inflamm...

    Authors: Md. Mizanur Rahaman, S. M. Hafiz Hassan, Miquel Martorell, Javad Sharifi-Rad and Muhammad Torequl Islam
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:54
  23. Scorpion sting envenoming in Saudi Arabia posed major public health problems. Conventional treatment with antivenom with its limitations and hazards called for the use of support remediation like prazosin ther...

    Authors: Abdulrahman Khazim Al-Asmari, Rajamohamed Abbasmanthiri, Nasreddien Mohammed Abdo Osman and Byan Abdulrahman Al-Asmari
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:53
  24. Aluminium nitrate and other aluminium-containing compounds have been demonstrated to cause several health challenges. Psidium guajava L) is a well known cultivated tree with hepatoprotective nature and radical sc...

    Authors: Aanuoluwapo Adeyimika Afolabi, Ebenezer Adeola Ashamu and Olufemi Idowu Oluranti
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:51
  25. Spinach (Spinacia oleracea) is a rich source of flavonoids and therefore widely used therapeutically as an antioxidant agent in traditional medicine. The present study was undertaken to study the bone regeneratin...

    Authors: Ritu Trivedi, Sulekha Adhikary, Priyanka Kothari, Naseer Ahmad, Naresh Mittapelly, Gitu Pandey, Mahendra Shukla, Sudhir Kumar, Kapil Dev, Dharmendra Choudhary, Rakesh Maurya, Jawahar Lal and Prabhat Ranjan Mishra
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:50
  26. Chewing sticks are commonly used as oral hygiene tool in Africa and reactive oxygen species have been linked to the cause of degenerative diseases because of their ability to induce oxidative damage to biologi...

    Authors: Paul M. Osamudiamen, Bolaji B. Oluremi, Fisayo T. Osamudiamen and Olapeju O. Aiyelaagbe
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:49
  27. The present study was designed to explore the food-drug and pharmacokinetic interaction between C.frutescens, a culinary herb on hypoglycemic activity of glimepiride, a sulfonyl urea derivative used in the treatm...

    Authors: Mettupalayam Annadurai Raja, Prasenjit Mondal, Kola Venu, Manish Kumar Thimmaraju and Poudala Kiran
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:48
  28. Gardenia gummifera L.f. (Family: Rubeacea) is used in indigenous system of medicine to cure many diseases. To authenticate the traditional medicinal claim investigation has been under taken to evaluate the antiox...

    Authors: N. M. Vinaykumar, Riaz Mahmood, V. Krishna, B. Ravishankara and Sudhesh L. Shastri
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:47
  29. Citrus sinensis is one of the most abundant citrus species consumed. Orange peels are a waste by-product of the fruit and may potentially contain useful phytonutrients with biological relevance.

    Authors: Ehigbai I. Oikeh, Faith E. Oviasogie and Ehimwenma S. Omoregie
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:46
  30. Therapeutic potential of Prosopis cineraria has been extensively explored by many eminent researchers against various serious diseases but its activity against Lipopolysaccharide (endotoxin) is obscure. Therefore...

    Authors: Veena Sharma and Preeti Sharma
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:45
  31. In the present investigation an attempt was made to evaluate the potential of agnucastoside C (ACC), isolated from the leaves of Moringa oleifera in ameliorating thyrotoxicosis, hepatic lipid peroxidation (LPO) a...

    Authors: Lata Sunhre, Anand Kar and Sunanda Panda
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:42
  32. Spathodea campanulata P. Beauv. (Bignoniaceae) is a very common plant in Bangladesh which is locally called “Rudrapalash”. In Nigeria leaves extract of S. campanulata has a reputation of being used as an anticonv...

    Authors: Anawara Begum, Purobee Biswas and Md. Shahed-Al-Mahmud
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:41

    The Correction to this article has been published in Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:43

  33. Overdose of paracetamol affects liver cells leading to cell death. This is done through hepatic necrosis, which is characterized by a rupture of the plasma membrane. A variety of investigations has been conduc...

    Authors: Mohamed Lotfy, Rasheed Al-Hammadi, Abdul Rasheed Palakkott, Javed Yasin, Suleiman Al-Hammadi and Taoufik Ksiksi
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:38
  34. The present study investigated the anti-Trypanosoma brucei brucei activity of methanolic extract of Senna occidentalis roots, leaves, stem bark, and seed in vitro and bioactive components of the most active plant...

    Authors: Zainab Aliyu Alhafiz, Mohammed Sani Abdulsalami, Mohammed Auwal Ibrahim, Timothy Bulus and Ahmed Babangida Suleiman
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:36
  35. In an attempt to explore the scientific basis for the pharmacological benefits the antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of Ipomoea mauritiana whole plant methanol extract were assessed.

    Authors: Istiak Alam, Shaekh Forid, Miah Roney, Fadhlizil Fasihi Mohd Aluwi and Moyeenul Huq
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:35
  36. α-Amylase catalyses the hydrolysis of starch and ultimately producing glucose. Controlling the catalytic activity of this enzyme reduces glucose production in the postprandial stage, which could be a therapeut...

    Authors: Karan Khadayat, Bishnu P. Marasini, Hira Gautam, Sajani Ghaju and Niranjan Parajuli
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:34
  37. Various parts i.e., stem bark, leaf, root and flower of Neolamarckia cadamba (Roxb.) Bosser has been extensively used by traditional practitioners to treat all types of diabetes. Our present study investigated th...

    Authors: Shirajum Munira, Luthfun Nesa, Md. Siddiqul Islam, Yesmin Begum, Mohammad A. Rashid, Moklesur Rahman Sarker and Tufael Ahmed
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:33
  38. Antigonon leptopus is a medicinal plant its leaves has not been reported for protective effects against cadmium induced hepatorenal toxicity. Cadmium (Cd) is a non-essential toxic metal used in industrial process...

    Authors: Madhuri Poosa and Swaroopa Rani Vanapatla
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:32
  39. The stem bark aqueous alcohol extract of Poincianella pluviosa (PPSB extract) is rich in bioactives including gallic acid, gallic acid methyl ester, pyrogallol, ellagic acid, corilagin, 1,4,6-tri-O-galloyl-glucos...

    Authors: Camila Gabriel Kato-Schwartz, Anacharis Babeto de Sá-Nakanishi, Ana Carolina Guidi, Geferson de Almeida Gonçalves, Fernanda Giacomini Bueno, Beatriz Petroncine Martins Zani, João Carlos Palazzo de Mello, Paulo Sérgio Alves Bueno, Flavio Augusto Vicente Seixas, Adelar Bracht and Rosane Marina Peralta
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:31
  40. This study was aimed at evaluating the hematinic effect of Spondias mombin and its protective role against the spleenotoxic effect of Phenylhydrazine (PHZ).

    Authors: Silvanus Olu Innih, Sylvia Oghogho Omage and Kingsley Omage
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:30

    The Correction to this article has been published in Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:39

  41. Enantia chlorantha is a local medicinal plant commonly use in Nigeria for the treatment of diabetes but without support of scientific data. Large percentage of people suffering from diabetes who uses the plant as...

    Authors: Emmanuel Oladipo Ajani and Latifat Bolanle Ibrahim
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:29
  42. There is high incidence of liver and kidney diseases worldwide but medicinal plants may provide remedy. This study evaluated and compared the protective effects of Cassia spectabilis extract (CSE) and Newbouldia ...

    Authors: Raphael John Ogbe, Carrol Domkat Luka and Godwin Ichekanu Adoga
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:28
  43. The present study evaluated the phytochemical profiles, anti-oxidants, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, anti-arthritic and wound healing effect of methanol and ethyl-acetate extracts of Azanza garckea...

    Authors: Abubakar Awwal Yusuf, Bashir Lawal, Saidu Sani, Rahinat Garba, Bala Alkali Mohammed, David Bini Oshevire and Daniel Anuoluwa Adesina
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:27
  44. Cuscuta reflexa (C. reflexa) Roxb. (Convolvulaceae) has medicinal properties for the effective management of several aliments including diabetes mellitus, inflammation, and gastric ulcer.

    Authors: Ronia Mostofa, Rayhana Begum, Hongbin Wang, Mst. Marium Begum, Rubaba Karim, Taslima Begum, Nur Alam Siddiquee, Rebeka Sultana, Sonia Sultana, A. K. Lutful Kabir, Sumaiya Alam and Tasnuva Tasnim Nova
    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:26

    The Correction to this article has been published in Clinical Phytoscience 2020 6:62

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