A Brief Review on Evaluation and Exploration of Antioxidant Activity of Mango Ginger
Keywords:Antioxidant Activity, Free Radicals, Flavonoids, Medicinal Plants, Mango Ginger
Many free radicals are generates in the human body due to metabolic processes and in order to counteract the harmful effects of these antioxidants, human body has a complex system of natural enzymatic and non-enzymatic antioxidant defenses or mechanisms. These free radicals are mainly responsible for generation of different types of diseases and disorders. Hence protection of body against free radical is important and which can also be done by taking diet with maximum antioxidants. Naturally occurring antioxidant are very important in preventing body from various free radicals. Many medicinal plants and their extracts have been reported for potential anti-oxidant activity. Curcuma amada Roxb (Mango Ginger) is the most important genera come under the Zingiberaceae family. Chemically it has reported for the presence of wide range of phytoconstituents which include the flavonoids, terpenoids, tannins steroids, alkaloids, glycosides and essential oils. Due to presence of wide variety of phytoconstituents plant has very well traditional value reported for pharmacological significance for a variety of ailments. It effectively treats skin allergies, stomach problems, and high blood cholesterol and has been reported for antioxidant properties. In the present review work various research articles published on antioxidant activity of Mango Ginger Have been collected from various journal site and databases and explored systematically
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