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Rama Vemula*, G. Venkat Raji Reddy, R. Vijay Kumar and M. Krishna Reddy


Population rise, traditional inadequate supply of drugs, prohibitive cost of treatments, side effects of several allopathic drugs and development of resistance to currently used drugs for infectious diseases have led to increase emphasis on the use of plant materials as a source of medicine for a wide variety of human ailments. Global estimates indicate that 80% of about 4 billion population cannot afford the products of the Western Pharmaceutical Industry and have to rely upon the use of traditional medicines which are mainly derived from plant originated. During the last few decades there has been an increasing interest in the study of medicinal plants and their traditional use in different parts of India. Indian medicinal plants are widely used by all sections of the population and it has been estimated that over 7500 species of plants are used by several ethnic communities. India possesses more than 500 tribal communities and even today, tribals and certain local communities in India practice herbal medicine to cure a variety of diseases and disorders The antifertility activity revealed the present study; the Streblus asper aqueous leaf extract (SAALE) and Streblus asper methanol leaf extract (SAMLE).

Keywords: SGOT, SGPT, Sperm count, Antifertility activity.

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