Role of Five Medicinal Plants (Giloy/Guduchi, Garlic, Tulsi, Turmeric and Ginger) in Human Immune System


Authors : Sherly E. A; Prabhat Kumar; Pawan Kumar; Astha Tripathi; Preeti Sengar; Sarita Tiwari

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 2 - February

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7647986

To strengthen the immune system, people must be urged to take vitamins and medicines. The best way to boost our immune system naturally is by using medicinal plants and herbs. The Vedas and Samhita contain numerous references to medicinal plants and their use, which originate from between 3500 BCE and 800 BCE. India is well known for its ethnobotanical endeavours. The "Vrikshayurveda," which is discussed in Vedic writings including the Atharvaveda and the Rigveda, is where the first mention of herbal medicine may be found. Ayurveda is a conventional herbal medicine practise, with roots in the Indus Valley between 3300 and 1300 BCE. The roots of the name are "Ayur" and "Veda," which combined denote wisdom and life. According to recent studies on natural treatment, a variety of herbs have complex effects on immune function and act at various points in the entire cascade of immunological reactions. These herbs may function as significant immunity boosters. Generally speaking, we depend on plants and products derived from plants to maintain strong immune system. This review article focuses on five essential medicinal herbs that the people typically employ to boost their immunity.

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