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A Review of Plants for Hepatic Disorders

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Revendra Parganiha*, Arpan K. Tripathi, Segu Prathyusha, Pragati Baghel, Sanjay Lanjhiyana, Sweety Lanjhiyana, Deepti Katiyar, Sachin Tyagi, Prince P. Sharma , Dhrubajyoti Sarkar9
» doi: 10.5455/jcmr.2022.13.04.10


The liver is an important organ that aids in the anabolism and elimination of xenobiotics from the body. Liver malfunction is a serious public health problem which affects not only doctors and nurses, but also the pharmaceutical industry and a governing authority of drugs. Excessive alcohol use, toxic chemicals (particular antibiotics, chemotherapeutic drugs, carbon tetrachloride (CCL4), thioacetamide (TAA), and microorganisms all induce liver cell harm. In this scenario, the current synthetic medications to treat liver problems promote more liver damage. As a result, herbal drugs have grown in popularity and are widely used. For a long time, plants have been utilized to treat hepatic illness. There are a variety of herbal preparations on the market. The goal of this review is to compile information on promising phytochemicals from medicinal plants that have been investigated in hepatotoxicity models utilising cutting-edge scientific methods.

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