Medicinal plant rauvolfia tetraphylla l its medicinal uses and pharmacological activities
Kumar Vanjari, Sampat Bangar, Thorve Ashish and Sanjay Wagh
Humans rely on plants for a wide range of necessities, including food, building materials, flavourings, and medicines. Endangered Rauvolfia tetraphylla L. It is a significant plant in the Apocynaceae family that is grown for its enormous medicinal value. Therapeutic qualities. The current analysis emphasises ethno botanical applications and R. tetraphylla's potential for use in medicine. R. tetraphylla is a frequently utilised plant in Traditional medicine is frequently utilized as an adulterant or Rauvolfia replacement. Serpentina. The plant is used to treat blood poisoning, snakebites, and other toxic bites. helminthiasis, wound, piles, diabetes, piles, high blood pressure, vomiting, insomnia, skin conditions, psychological issues, cough, fever, and other things Numerous secondary metabolites, including yohimbine, deserpidine, alstonine, deserpidine, aricine, isoreserpine, sarpagine, ajmaline, lankanescine, and othershave been found in the plant, with reserpine being the most significant. R. Tetraphylla has demonstrated a variety of pharmacological properties, including antimicrobial, antioxidant, cytotoxic, antiplatelet, anti-inflammatory, cardio protective Activities include calming, hypotensive, insecticidal, allopathic, and antiphrastic effects. Isolated Constituents have demonstrated actions, demonstrating their pharmacological activity. For instance, antipsychotic and antibacterial action. Finally, the R. tetraphylla plant Isa medicinal species that is critically endangered and has a significant role in traditional medicine is a significant source of valuable alkaloids; hence, it is crucial to protect the species for its numerous advantageous uses.