Assessment on Diarrhoea and its Herbal Remedy with Ficus Tree
Diarrhoea is defined as an abnormal frequent discharge from the bowel (more than 3 times a day) and a semisolid or fluid consistency of the faecal matter which is result of the disturbances of enteric water, electrolytes balance and increased intestinal motility. There is a wide array of causes and pathological mechanism which resulting acute, chronic and persistent forms of diarrhoea. In present scenario, corona virus has also become one of the causes for resulting diarrhoea. To treat diarrhoea, varieties of synthetic drugs are available but there is a risk of unwanted adverse effect. Expenses associated with the use of traditional medicine have generated recommence interest and reliance on indigenous medicinal plant in the treatment and management of diarrhoeal infections. Various phytochemical constituents found in plants are useful in the treatment of Diarrhoea have to be screen for their valuable information. Among these one of the plants used for treatment of Diarrhoea is Ficus glomerata because of the presence of Alkaloids, Tannins, Flavonoids, Terpenes, Saponins and Phenolic compound.
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