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International Journal Of Forest, Animal And Fisheries Research(IJFAF)

A review of the botanical, convectional applications, phytochemical constituents, and pharmacology of Persea americana

Aravind Anandam , Shaktikumar Chandrashekhar Shivhare

Article Info: Received: 16 Nov 2023; Received in revised form: 18 Dec 2023; Accepted: 24 Dec 2023; Available online: 02 Jan 2024

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Over the decades, herbal drug has come a thing of global significance with medicinal and profitable counteraccusations. Widespread use of sauces throughout the globe has raised serious enterprises over its quality, safety, and efficacity. therefore, exact scientific assessment has come a precondition for acceptance of herbal health claims. Persea americana Mill. (avocado) is a tree, native to central America, cultivated in tropical and tropical climates around the world, belonging to the family Lauraceae, is extensively used in Ayurveda and substantiation- grounded phototherapy. The plant is used in traditional medicine for the treatment of various ailments, such as monorrhagia, hypertension, stomachache, bronchitis, diarrhea, and diabetes. In this review, an effort has been made to study the different aspects of P. americana Mill.

Persea americana, phytochemical constituents, pharmacology, Lauraceae

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