Modern Phytomorphology

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A review on Skimmia laureola


Srashti Choudhary, Aditi, Diksha Panwar and Neetu Sharma*

Modern requirements of agriculture require new approaches to provide the region with high-quality feed and develop new methods of their production. Therefore, solving the problem of providing animals with cheap complete grass fodder, the production of which is based on modern technologies, taking into account the existing trends of climate change, is undoubtedly relevant in this region. Medicinal Plants have been implemented for hundreds of years by peoples throughout the World. Using ordinary, plant-acquired medicines that are beneficial and healthier than prescription drugs derived from a combination of products is in high demand by users. The remedial plants are of immense significance because they are consumed as medicines. Skimmia laureola annual aromatic evergreen shrub belongs to the family Rutaceae, The Skimmia laureola suggests various measures of antibacterial activity. The warm and chilled water extract of Skimmia laureola manifests antibacterial activity against the microbes but not to the maximum level. Leaf and stem give necessary oils which are having various constituents. Pharmaceutical research has revealed important activity of various extracts as anti-inflammatory delegates, antimicrobial between others, carrying some of its essential uses. Medicinal plants are vitally used because they are consumed as medicines. The main objective of the current finding was to illustrate the possible activities of the plant with its distribution, morphology, chemical constituents, and medicinal uses. In this review we will focus on antibacterial and antimalarial properties as well of Skimmia Laureola.


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