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Phytopharmacological overview of Tribulus terrestris

Pharmacognosy Reviews

Mar 7, 2014

Saurabh ChhatreSadhana Sathaye

Abstract

Tribulus terrestris (family Zygophyllaceae), commonly known as Gokshur or Gokharu or puncture vine, has been used for a long time in both the Indian and Chinese systems of medicine for treatment of various kinds of diseases. Its various parts contain a variety of chemical constituents w...read more

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Anti-Inflammatory Agents
Analgesics
Entire Central Nervous System
Tribulus terrestris
Antihelminthic [EPC]
Anthelmintics
Antispasmodics
Flavonoids
Analgesic brand of acetaminophen-phenyltoloxamine
Saponins
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Phytopharmacological overview of Tribulus terrestris

Pharmacognosy Reviews

Mar 7, 2014

Saurabh ChhatreSadhana Sathaye

PMID: 24600195

DOI: 10.4103/0973-7847.125530

Abstract

Tribulus terrestris (family Zygophyllaceae), commonly known as Gokshur or Gokharu or puncture vine, has been used for a long time in both the Indian and Chinese systems of medicine for treatment of various kinds of diseases. Its various parts contain a variety of chemical constituents w...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Anti-Inflammatory Agents
Analgesics
Entire Central Nervous System
Tribulus terrestris
Antihelminthic [EPC]
Anthelmintics
Antispasmodics
Flavonoids
Analgesic brand of acetaminophen-phenyltoloxamine
Saponins
1
2
88

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Inotropic Agents & Heart Disease

Inotropic agents alter the force or energy of muscular contractions. Negatively inotropic agents weaken the force of muscular contractions. Positively inotropic agents increase the strength of muscular contraction. Inotropic agents are used in hospitalized patients with acute decompensated heart failure, with reduced left ventricular ejection fraction and with signs of end-organ dysfunction in the setting of a low cardiac output, or with severe systolic heart failure awaiting heart transplant to maintain hemodynamic stability or as a bridge to decision. Discover the latest research on inotrpic agents and heart diseases here.

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