A review on: phytochemical screening and pharmacological activity on Madhuca longifolia
Akansha V Dambhare, Pranali S Patil, Roshan H Khetade and Dr. Milind J Umekar
Herbal medicines obtained from plant source are one the healthy and having less side effects. Madhuca longifolia commonly called as mahua, mahuwa, mohula. Now a day such kind of tree involved in most activities of tribal people. The present investigation manages the macroscopical and microscopical investigation on leaves, petioles, stems and the wound healing activity of ethanolic extracts of leaves and bark of Madhuca. It is quickly developing tree that develops to around 20 meters in tallness and has a place with the family Sapotaceae. Mahua having Ethnomedical uses, for example, antitumour, antipyretic, hepatoprotective, calming, pain relieving, antiprogestational, antiestrogenic and furthermore having wound recuperating property. Customarily M. longifolia bark is utilized in tonsillitis, ulcers, bleedings and ailment. The present survey contains the different ethnomedical and customary employments of bark and leaves of Madhuca longifolia.