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International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science

Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part A (2020)

Review on anti-microbial and anti-fungal poly-herbal gel


Shrutika Mote, Sakshi Kolage, Khatik Akash and Amol Supekar


Now-a-days fungal infection of skin is one of the most common dermatological problem worldwide. It has been investigated that 40 million people suffer from fungal and microbial infection. In the previous couple of a long term there has been a brilliant boom within side the problem of herbal medicine. In Ayurveda most of drugs were given in the form of powder, kesaya basma. Medicinal plants are used by many ethnic groups as a source of medicine for the treatment of various diagnosis in both humans and domestic animals. These plants produce secondary metabolites that have antimicrobial effects, thus screening of medicinal plants provide another alternative for producing chemical fungicides that are relatively non-toxic and cost-effective. The significant clinical implication of resistance has led to heightened interest in the study of antimicrobial resistance from different antigens. Topical skin infection commonly occur and often present therapeutic challenges to practioners, despite the numerous existing antimicrobial agent available today. The different extract of different parts of plant showed pharmacological activity. In the present study an attempt was made herbal gel containing aloe Vera, neem, and nutmeg.

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How to cite this article:
Shrutika Mote, Sakshi Kolage, Khatik Akash and Amol Supekar. Review on anti-microbial and anti-fungal poly-herbal gel. Int. J. Pharm. Pharm. Sci. 2020;2(1):47-53. DOI: 10.33545/26647222.2020.v2.i1a.74