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Int. Journal of Life Sciences, 2019; 7(1): 140 -142        |                   Available online, March 31, 2019

A review on Anisomeles malabarica and their usage  


Annapoorani S


Dr. Umayal Ramanathan College for Women, Karaikudi, Sivaganga District, Tamilnadu, India, Pin-630001




Received : 19.12.2018   |   Accepted : 30.01.2019   |    Published : 31.03.2019

Anisomeles malabarica  is a  medicinal  plant  has been used as a folkloric  medicine  Anisomeles malabarica belongs to family Lamiaceae is found throughout tropical and subtropical regions of India  and it acts as an antimicrobial drug  it having  some acidic properties like anisomelic acid, anisomelolide, 2-acetoxymalabaric  acid, betulinic acid, gerainic acid etc., treatment of various kind of diseases like amentia, anorexia, cancer, allergy, inflammatory disease, methanolic extract of Anisomeles malaborica showed inhibitory activity for gram positive and negative bacteria, viruses


Keywords: Anisomeles malabarica, anisomelic acid, betulinic acid, amentia, anorexia. 



Editor: Dr.Arvind Chavhan


Cite this article as:

Annapoorani S (2019) A review on Anisomeles malabarica and their usage, Int. J. of. Life Sciences, Volume 7(1): 140-142. 


Conflicts of interest: The authors stated that no conflicts of interest.



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