A REVIEW STUDY ON THE TRADITIONAL PLANTS HAS POTENTIAL ANTIDEPRESSANT PROPERTY

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Sabina khatun
Sk maruf hossain
Dr. rajesh kumar sharma

Keywords

depression, antidepressant, medicinal plant, force swimming test, tail suspension test, open field test

Abstract

Depression refers to a state of low mood and aversion to activity characterized by depressed mood, loss of interest, reduced energy and concentration. The reasons for the disease include stimulation of MAO-A, inhibition of NA and 5-HT. Symptoms include the diminished interest of pleasure, feelings of worthlessness or inappropriate guilt, a decrease in appetite and libido, insomnia, and recurrent thoughts of death or suicide. There are plenty of synthetic drugs used to treat depression but not enough blissful for patients, moreover, these synthetic drugs have potential side effects. After decades of serious obsession with the modern medicinal system, people have started looking at the ancient healing systems like Ayurveda, Siddha, and Unani. Many scientists are researching plant material for treating this disorder and there are lots of publications on it. But this is not sufficient for treating depression; further outcome should come into light that’s the purpose of our review.


 

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