Journal of
Pharmacognosy and Phytotherapy

  • Abbreviation: J. Pharmacognosy Phytother.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-2502
  • DOI: 10.5897/JPP
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 219

Epidemiological status of coronavirus diseases and the remedy potentials of medicinal plants in Africa

January-March 2021 - Vol 13 Num. 1

This work aims to explore the epidemiological status of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and assemblage of various plant species that have prophylactic or therapeutic potentials on the disease. Epidemiological data were obtained from various health authorities worldwide and articles (totaling 103) published in standard...

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Epidemiological status of coronavirus diseases and the remedy potentials of medicinal plants in Africa

January-March 2021

Lateef Ariyo Adeniran, Emmanuel Segun Oguntade, Toba Samuel Anjorin and Olatunde Peter Ajagbonna  

Bee propolis: Production optimization and applications in Nigeria

January-March 2021

Okhale S. E., Nkwegu C., Ugbabe G. E., Ibrahim J. A., Egharevba H. O., Kunle O. F. and Igoli J. O.  

Ethnomedicinal uses, phytochemical characterization, and antibacterial activity of Grewia tenax and Albizia anthelmintica extracts against multidrug-resistant pneumonia-causing bacteria

January-March 2021

Albertina M. N. Shatri and Davis R. Mumbengegwi  

Influence of extracellular calcium on in vitro uterine muscle contractions stimulated by acetone leaf extract of Anogeissus leiocarpa

January-March 2021

Mbursa Chiroma, Hannah Alim Madziga, Ijuptil Chiroma, Umar Tanko Mamza, Sanda Abba Kyari, Kwaru Mbursa Chiroma and Chukwuka Uchendu  

Uncaria guianensis (Aubl.) J.F. Gmel. extracts reduce bronchial hyper responsiveness and inflammation in a murine model of asthma

October-December 2020

Leandra da Silva Zanetti, Andiamira Cagnoni Balestra, Jowanka Amorim, Fernando Silva Ramalho, Carlos Wagner de Souza Wanderley, João Paulo Mesquita Luiz, Piero Giuseppe Delprete, Ana Maria Soares Pereira, Marcos de Carvalho Borges and Fabio Carmona  

September 2014

Effect of geographical location and antibacterial activities of essential oils from Ivoirian Chromolaena odorata (L) R. M. King & Robinson (Asteraceae)

Daouda Touré,, Bi Koffi F. P Kouamé, Gustave Bedi, Allico Joseph, Nathalie Guessennd, Raphael Oussou, Jean Claude Chalchat, Mireille Dosso and Felix Tonzibo

October 2013

Antimicrobial effect of Microdacyn 60, OxOral, and sodium hypochlorite 5.25% in anaerobic bacteria

Elvia Denisse Mena-Mendivil, Jorge Jaime Flores-Treviño, Idalia Rodríguez-Delgado, Myriam A. de la Garza-Ramos, Hilda H. Torre-Martínez and Gustavo Israel Martínez- González

February 2014

Phytochemical analysis of the methanol leaves extract of Paullinia pinnata linn

Yusuf, A. Z., Zakir, A., Shemau, Z., Abdullahi, M. and Halima, S. A.

October 2013

Medicinal importance of genus Origanum: A review

Shayista Chishti, Zahoor A. Kaloo and Phalestine Sultan

November 2013

In vivo and in vitro antibacterial activities of Momordica charantia on Salmonella typhi and its effect on liver function in typhoid-infected rats

Adeyi, A. O., Jinadu, A. M., Arojojoye, O. A., Alao, O. O., Ighodaro, O. M. and Adeyi, O. E.

December 2009

Pharmacognostical and phytochemical investigations of Moringa concanensis (Moringaceae) an ethno medicine of Nilgiris

V. Ravichandran, G. Arunachalam, N.Subramanian and B. Suresh

September 2011

Evaluation of phytochemical and pharmacological properties of Mikania cordata (Asteraceae) leaves

Abdullah Al Nayeem, Amina Khatun, Md. Shafiur Rahman and Mahmudur Rahman

June 2010

In vitro evidence of anti-infective activity of crude aqueous extract obtained by boiling ripe stem-bark of Bridelia ferruginea Benth.

H. O. Dada-Adegbola, O. A. Oluwatoba, O. E. Adebiyi and A. N. Odikagbue

August 2009

Hypoglycemic effect of Basella rubra in streptozotocin – induced diabetic albino rats

A. Nirmala, S. Saroja, H. R. Vasanthi and G. Lalitha

January-March 2021

Bee propolis: Production optimization and applications in Nigeria

Okhale S. E., Nkwegu C., Ugbabe G. E., Ibrahim J. A., Egharevba H. O., Kunle O. F. and Igoli J. O.