South Asian Journal of Agricultural Sciences
2021, Vol. 1, Issue 2, Part B
Phytochemical and biological effects of Passiﬂora foetida: A reviewAuthor(s):
The genus Passiflora is the largest and more diverse of the family Passifloraceae, comprising more than 560 species of vines, lianas, trees, and shrubs, commonly used for their fruits and derivatives, and as ornamental and medicinal plants. Passiﬂora foetida is a prominent medicinal plant with major phyto-constituents such as flavonoids, glycosides, alkaloids, phenolic and volatile constituents those are potent for potential therapeutic practice. It has been used in treatment of some disease like as anxiety, insomnia, convulsion, sexual dysfunction, cough and cancer. It is rich in fiber content, used in paper production industries. In various, countries Passiflora fruits are farmed for making cold drink, ice cream, flavor thus best source for economic earning.Pages: 106-108 | Views: 289 | Downloads: 81Download Full Article: Click Here
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Khaled Rashed. Phytochemical and biological effects of Passiﬂora foetida: A review. South Asian J Agric Sci 2021;1(2):106-108.