A STUDY ON MEDICINAL HERB SPINACIA OLERACEAE LINN: AMARANTHACEAE
Spinacia oleracea is an edible green vegetable plant, belong to the family of Amaranthaceae. Spinacia oleracea have various pharmacological activities such as anti-oxidant, anti-proliferative, anti-inflammatory, anti-histaminic and hepatoprotective. The present paper is an attempt to provide a detailed botanical description, classification, nutrient contents, traditional uses and pharmacological properties of this medicinal herb.
Keywords: Medicinal Plant, Hepatoprotective, Natural drug, Non-toxic
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