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SRP. 2016; 7(1): 35-41


An Update Review on Polyherbal Formulation: A Global Perspective

Muhammad Shahzad Aslam, Muhammad Syarhabil Ahmad, Awang Soh Mamat, Muhammad Zamharir Ahmad, Faridah Salam.

Abstract
Polyherbal formulation has been used all around the world due to its
medicinal and therapeutic application. It has also known as polyherbal therapy
or herb-herb combination. This article enlists some commercial and noncommercial
polyherbal formulation all around the world. The authors have
focused last six years of Publications on Polyherbal formulation in different
countries and found that India have topped among the number of publications
on polyherbal formulation followed by Nigeria, South Korea, Pakistan
and Bangladesh. List of other countries also mentioned on scientific contribution
of polyherbal therapy. The authors have mentioned list of publications
on polyherbal formulation in the treatment of different diseases are based
on pharmacological activity in the year 2015 and found that most polyherbal
formulation found in the treatment of diabetes followed by an antioxidant,
Hepatoprotective, Anti-inflammatory and anxiety disorder.

Key words: Polyherb; Traditional medicine; Herbal combination; Polyherbal therapy; phytotherapy


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