Traditional medicine have been used for many disease ailments from the many potentials abilities, and procedures based on assumptions, beliefs, and experiences of traditional societies to preserve their health benefits. Many rural or indigenous populations in many undeveloped nations place a high importance on traditional herbal remedies. Natural products are a common medicinal source that has been used for millennia in Asia, America, and Africa to treat a variety of maladies including high blood pressure, lower cardiac arrest, colic, influenza, dysentery, dyspepsia, and malaria. It contains several photochemical compounds that have distinct and intriguing biological effects. To bridge the gap for future research prospects, this study discusses the past and present state of research on antihypertensive properties of different natural sources of plant based lignan and neolignans in terms of medicinal usage, phytochemistry, pharmacological activities Calcium based, toxicity profile, and therapeutic usage. This assessment is based on a review of the literature in scientific journals and books obtained from libraries and electronic sources. Natural therapeutic properties are just one benefit of medicinal plants; they also provide disease prevention. In this concise overview study research, we are trying to summarize, aggregate the number of plants, and identify their ethnopharmacological properties.
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Arjun Singh. Ethnopharmacological Overview on Natural Lignan and Neolignan for the Treatment of Cardiovascular Diseases and their Potential Pharmacological Mechanism.394-8 doi: 10.52711/0974-4150.2023.00064
Arjun Singh. Ethnopharmacological Overview on Natural Lignan and Neolignan for the Treatment of Cardiovascular Diseases and their Potential Pharmacological Mechanism.394-8 doi: 10.52711/0974-4150.2023.00064 Available on: https://www.ajrconline.org/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2023-16-5-14