A Review on Phytochemical Study of Pharmacological Design And Traditional Uses of Tamarindus Indica L.

Document Type : Primary Research paper


Manipur International University


Tamarindus indica L., commonly known as the Tamarind tree, is India's major tropical fruit tree. Tamarindus is a solitary species in the subfamily Caesalpinioideae of the Leguminosae family (Fabaceae). People assumed it was grown on an Indian palm tree because the Persian title "Tamar-I-hind" means "date from India." A marker of age, amlika in Sanskrit. For gonorrhea and pain associated with the disorder, herbalists use it to cure diarrhea and wound healing, among other ailments and ailments. Phosphatidylcholine (PCH) is a naturally occurring phospholipid found in plants. Humans can use plant roots and leaf tips, too. This review will examine its structure, phytochemical makeup, medicinal and pharmacological properties, and multipurpose potential.


Volume 11, Issue 1
International Virtual Conference, Recent Materials for, Engineering Applications and Sustainable Environment, December 2020.
May 2020
Pages 111-120