Mandukparni Centella Asiatica L. Urban and Indigenous Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Potential through Biopesticides A Review
Aim of this study was to review the efficacy of Mandukparni Centella asiatica L. Urban in curing various disorders disease. Phytoconstituents Secondary metabolites , safety, Purity, strength and therapeutic index of the organically cultivated plant species is higher. Organic cultivation of medicinal plants is supported by biopesticides resulting in enhanced secondary metabolites concentration along with weedicide activity. Organic cultivation of some of the medicinal and aromatic plants such as Mandukparni Centella Asiatica L. Urban , Giloy Tinospora cordiflia , Kaddu Cucurbita mexima , Haldi Curcuma longa , Alsi Linum usitatissimum , Akarkara Anacyclus pyrethrum , Aak Calotropis gigantea , Arand Ricinus communis , Marigold Calendule officinalis , Neem Azadirachta indica , Rosemary Rosmarinus officinalis , Khus Vetiveria zizanioides , Tulsi Ocimum sanctum , Pamarosa Cymbopogon martini , Geranium Pelargonium graveolens , Pudina Mentha piperata and Rose Rosa indica may enhance livelihood of rural poor people through ethnopharmacy, better economic returns for organic agro produce and offshoot of natural resources conservation.
Allelopathy, Therapeutic Index, Biopesticide, Metabolites
Dr. Lalit Raj Singh | Dr. Karan Singh | Rupam