ARTABOTRYS HEXAPETALUS (L. F.) BHANDARI: A PLANT WITH ENORMOUS BIOMEDICAL POTENTIAL

  • ABHIJEET V. PURI Department of Pharmacognosy, St. John Institute of Pharmacy and Research, Vevoor, Manor Road, Palghar (E), Dist-Palghar, 401404, Maharashtra, India

Abstract

This review is intended to investigate the published report regarding phytochemical, ethnomedicinal, and pharmacological activities and put forth the therapeutic potential of Artabotrys hexapetalus (L. f.) Bhandari. (A. hexapetalus). It belongs to the family Annonaceae, one of the therapeutically important plants, broadly distributed throughout the world. An extensive review of the literature available in various recognized databases including logical writing and scientific literature, search engines such as Springerlink, ScienceDirect, SciFinder, PubMed, Scopus, Google Scholar, and BioMed Central as well as relevant books, websites, scientific publications, and dissertations were utilized as a source of information that provided an up-to-date review. Phytochemical profiling of these species revealed the presence of some imperative phytochemicals alkaloids, terpenoids, anthraquinones, butyrolactones, flavonoids, neolignans, phenolic compounds, and leucoanthocyanins as the basis of its valuable therapeutic properties. The other imperative phytoconstituents which contribute to the therapeutic properties are isoamericanin A, isoamericanol, americanin, artabotricinol and artabotriol, β-unsaturated-β-butyrolactones, arapetaloside taxifolin, apigenin-7-O-apiosylglucoside, glucoluteolin, and artabotrine. The pharmacological activities exhibited by Artabotrys hexapetalus as antimicrobial, antileishmanial, antioxidant, antifungal, antifertility, and anthelmintic properties are attributed to the presence of valuable bioactive phytoconstituents. Considering these facts an effort was made to present a comprehensive review enlightening the taxonomical, phytochemical, and pharmacological activities of plant Artabotrys hexapetalus. Future research can be directed to an extensive investigation about phytochemistry, clinical trials, pharmacokinetics, and acquiring safety data to add new dimensions to the therapeutic utilization of Artabotrys hexapetalus and other Artabotrys species.

Keywords: Artabotrys hexapetalus, Annonaceae, Pharmacological, Phytochemicals

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PURI, A. V. “ARTABOTRYS HEXAPETALUS (L. F.) BHANDARI: A PLANT WITH ENORMOUS BIOMEDICAL POTENTIAL”. International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Vol. 12, no. 6, May 2020, pp. 8-14, doi:10.22159/ijpps.2020v12i6.37778.
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