Muco-constriction: A ray of promise from medicinal plants
JRK’s Anti-coff was evaluated for blood purification benefit by phagocytosis. and surprisingly we found that Aniscochilus carnosus showed muco-constriction benefit, while Ocimum sanctum and Adathoda vasica showed mucolytic property. The clinical implication of the above therapeutic benefits is discussed in detail in the article from the context of Siddha system of medicine. The findings are discussed in the article.
Keywords: Mucolytic, Anti-coff, Cough, N-acetyl cysteine, Xylometazoline
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