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Short Note on COVID-19 and Medicinal Plants

Journal of Regenerative Medicine .ISSN: 2325-9620

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Short Note on COVID-19 and Medicinal Plants

Medicinal plants have been used for a very long time that spans the history of mankind. They are plants that possess special active compounds with the potential to alleviate or cure certain ailments and diseases. These compounds can possibly cure a disease or alleviate its symptoms through various mechanisms. This can chiefly be due to their unique pharmacological properties. Indigenous plants with medicinal properties on the other hand are plants that are native to a particular geographic location. These plants, therefore, occur naturally in such a location without having been brought in from a different geographic location. COVID-19 in particular is a highly infectious viral disease caused by the novel coronavirus. This disease is transmitted through contact with droplets from an infected person when they sneeze or cough. Although COVID-19 has killed over a million people across the world thus far, no cure or vaccine has yet been developed. Indigenous medicinal plants offer an alternative to tackling COVID-19. However, so far, they have not been actively investigated

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