Evident experimental data of Habenaria longicorniculata J Graham on Cell mediated immunity - Promising source of Herbal immunomodulator
Keywords:Habenaria longicorniculata J. Graham, Immunomodulatory activity, Cell mediated immunity, In-vivo Animal experiment
Habenaria longicorniculata J. Graham from family Orchidaceae, are tuberous herbs, widely used by traditional physicians in the treatment of malignancy as a rejuvenator, immune boosters. Protocol designed to evaluate its In-vivo Immunomodulatory activity by cell mediated immunity. Materials and methods: Tubers were collected, cleaned, used for further study. In-vivo Immunomodulatory activity on rats for Assessment of immunity by Cell mediated Immunity, conducted as per the standard protocol. Results: Analysis of the results of the study indicates that the test drug Tubers possesses very good immunological oedema suppression effect. Immunological oedema, represent expression of cell mediated immunity hence based on the results obtained these proved as best immunomodulators..
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