Chemical composition and immunological activities of polysaccharides isolated from the malian medicinal plant Syzygium guineense
In Mali and other West African countries, the leaves of the tree Syzygium guineenseare utilized in the traditional medicine against various ailments such as wound healing, ulcers, diarrhoea, rheumatism and infections. The immune modulating activity may in part be conferred by pectic polysaccharides, which is a major constituent of the plant cell wall. Previous studies on pectic polysaccharides from the leaves of...
Comparative study of herbal medicine with allopathic medicine for the treatment of hyperuricemia