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ASSESSMENT OF PLANTS

FOR ANTI ASTMATIC DRUG

CREATED BY GROUP VI

NUR LAILA L. TAPO


G301 18 045
CLASS A
LONG-TERM ILLNESS THAT
CAN CAUSE THE SUFFERER TO
HAVE DIFFICULTY BREATHING.
COUGH-COUGH AND
EXPERIENCE WHEEZING
WHEN RELAPSING
Coughing that often
accurs at thebeggining

Experiencing difficulty
breathing

Shortness of chest paint

Wheezing

Heart rate increases

insomnia
Allergens:
• Animal dander from
feathered or furry pets

• Cockroach droppings

• Dust mites

• Molds

• Pollen Ready? Set? Go with Asthma!


Irritants:
• Environmental tobacco
smoke or second hand
smoke

• Air pollution

• Chemicals and strong smells

Ready? Set? Go with Asthma!


Some plants have different properties such as:
1. Iron Patch.
Plants that have the Latin name Phyllanthus reticulatus Poir
Iron patch contains flavonoid compounds which will act as an
anti-inflammatory agent that will cure inflammation in the
respiratory tract.
2. Ginkgo Biloba
Ginkgo biloba has ginkgolide compounds which are
antioxidants and anti-inflammatory and will reduce
inflammation in the respiratory tract and can relieve the
respiratory tract.
Ready? Set? Go with Asthma!
Herbal medicines remain the major source of health care for
the world’s population.
WHO has recognized herbal medicine as an essential
building block for primary health care of vast countries like
India. In spite of advances in modern system of medicine,
there are various areas like tropical diseases, herpes, AIDS,
cancer, bronchial asthma etc., which still remain a challenge
to present day drug therapy.

Ready? Set? Go with Asthma!


HOW IT WORKS REGARDING TO
THE FUNCTIONS

Ayurvedic formulations used in the management of


asthma therefore judiciously combine herbs for
breathing support with anti‐oxidant herbs to support
digestive, cardiac and nerve functions, expectorant
herbs as well as soothing herbs.

Ready? Set? Go with Asthma!


1. Long‐term Administration Of Pulmonary Tonics
  To Strengthen The Lungs.
2. Administration Of Relaxing Expectorants To
Prevent Building Up Of Sputum.
3. Antispasmodic Preparations To Help/Mitigate
The Effect Of The Bronchospasm On The
Pulmonary Muscles.