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2021  |  Vol: 7(2)  |  Issue: 7 (March-April)  |
Potential plant immunomodulators: A phytotherapy perspective for COVID-19 infection

Rani Mansuri*, Anupama Diwan, Neha Bhamboo, Akash Lodhi

Dept. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Apeejay Stya University, Gurgaon, India

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Rani Mansuri

Dept. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Apeejay Stya University, Gurgaon, India.


The emerging trends of pathogens like, Chikungunya virus,  Hendra virus, Dengue virus, Nipah virus, SARS virus, Salmonellosis, brucellosis, Arcobacter infection, Swine flu, Campylobacter, Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, West Nile virus, SARS-Corona virus since the past 50 years and recently emergence of COVID-19 pandemic disease caused due to novel corona virus in last the month of 2019 in Wuhan city of China and outbreak to the globe and the unavailability of efficient chemotherapy and vaccines, make the whole world to find out new chemotherapy to combat with such pathogenic infectious diseases. This pandemic situation is strongly admiring the acceptance of immunomodulatory drugs as a part of routine diet as well as a drug regimen in the management and treatment of pathogenic infectious diseases. The present report contains the details of potential herbal traditional medicines which have records to been used in ethnic medicines and scientifically reported of significantly boosting the human immune system. The current article might be a good source of information for the researchers and practitioners working in the related fields.

Keywords: Immunity, pathogenic infections, phytotherapy, COVID-19

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