Antiplasmodial Potentials of Plumeria rubra and Cissampelos mucrona
von Katsayal, Umar Adam
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Despite the substantial progress recorded over the years in fighting malaria, the disease has continued to have a devastating impact on people's health and livelihoods. Research for newer, effective, safer and lesser costly antimalarial agents therefore remains. Ethnobotanical information about plants used in the traditional treatment of malaria, is essential towards development of new antimalarials. Ethnobotanical survey was therefore first conducted on medicinal plants empirically used to treat malaria in the northern Nigeria in order to identify promising plants used by traditional medical practitioners (TMPs), who are considered knowledgeable by popular reputation and to provide scientific bases for use of such plant remedies in the treatment of malaria. The perception of the TMPs on the causes of malaria was found to be generally good, and most of them could recognize the disease and distinguish it from other fever types and the remedies used by the healers are mostly in the form of decoctions or infusions of the parts of the plants. Based on the ethnomedical survey conducted, Plumeria rubra and Cissampelos mucronata were selected and their antimalarial potentials evaluated.
Katsayal, Umar Adam
The author, Hon. Umar Adam Katsayal, holds a PhD in Pharmacognosy and is currently an Ass. Prof. with two decades of teaching and research experiences at the renowned Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria-Nigeria. His primary research interest is drug development from medicinal plants for treatment of Tropical diseases with special interest on malaria.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
21. November 2017
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.008 m; 0.263 kg