“A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW: ON ROLE OF AROMATIC PHYTOCHEMICALS FROM HERBS LIKE JASMIN GRANDIFLORA, AZADIRACHTA INDICA AND EUCALYPTUS LEAVE IN THE TREATMENT OF COMMON COLD”

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Mo. Faisal H. Gotajiwala
Mo. Faisal H. Gotajiwala
Kuntupalli Sandhya Rani
Dr. Pragnesh Patani

Keywords

Jasmine, Neem Leaves and Harit Pan

Abstract

Phytochemicals are natural compounds found in plants that hold immense significance for human health. These bioactive substances encompass a diverse array of compounds, such as flavonoids, polyphenols, and alkaloids, which contribute to the vibrant colors, flavors, and protective mechanisms of various plant species. Beyond their potential in managing common cold symptoms. These compounds include flavonoids, polyphenols, and alkaloids, among others. Research suggests that phytochemical-rich foods like garlic, ginger, and echinacea may possess antiviral and immune- boosting properties, which could help alleviate common cold symptoms.

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