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Review Article

Mallotus philippinensis Muell. Arg (Euphorbiaceae): Ethnopharmacology and Phytochemistry Review

Table 1

Some medicinal plants reported for the antihelmintic activity.

S. no.SourcesPart usedFamilyReference

1Strobilanthes discolor LeavesAcanthaceae[56]
2Trifolium repens Aerial shootFabaceae[57]
3Houttuynia cordata ThumbLeavesPiperaceae[58]
4Lasia spinosa LinnLeaves, stalk, stemAraceae[59]
5Centella asiatica LinnLeavesApiaceae[60]
6Clerodendrum colebrookianum WalpLeavesVerbenaceae[61]
7Gynura angulosa DCLeavesAsteraceae[61]
8Aloe vera LinnLeavesLiliaceae[61]
9Psidium guajava LinnLeavesMyrtaceae[62]
10Curcuma longa LinnRhizomesZingiberaceae[63]
11Ocimum sanctum LinnOil/eugenolLamiaceae[64]
12Albizia anthelmintica Steam barkMimosaceae[65]
13Berlinia grandiflora Steam barkLeguminosae[66]
14Nicotiana tabacum L. leavesSolanaceae[67]
15Calotropis procera (Ait.) Ait.FlowersAsclepiadaceae[68]

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