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Richa Tyagi*, Dr. Ekta Menghani, Vinita Singh


India is known for its rich culture and heritage of plants. Half of the population in India is dependent on medicinal plant. The present review will focus on Indian medicinal plants with therapeutic potential. Therapeutic plants have proved their importance by curing ailments counting with bacterial infections and serious diseases full of threat. Therapeutic herbal plants are always full of antioxidant and works as antimicrobial agents. Therapeutic plants are attaining popularity over allopathic drugs. The reason which make curative plants popular includes a speedy upsurge in contagious diseases, drug resistance in microbes, adverse effects of man-made antibiotics, although medicinal plants produce slow recovery, but the therapeutic use of medicinal plant is becoming popular because of their lesser side effects and low resistance in microorganisms. Antimicrobial activities of many plants have been reported by the researchers. Medicinal plants have a rich source of antimicrobial agents. Plants are used for medicinal purpose in different countries and these are the source of many effective drugs. A large number of therapeutic plant and its parts are been used as crude drugs and extracts from these plants are widely used for their medicinal properties. Most of the organ of plans have therapeutic possessions, Hundreds of plants species have been tested for antimicrobial properties, the vast majority of have not been adequately evaluated. So, the main aim of the review is to collect all the information available on selected Indian median medicinal plants and to focus on their therapeutic uses.

Keywords: Medicinal plants, antimicrobial agent, infections, herbal drugs, antifungal, tulsi.

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