Publication Title: 
International Journal of Tissue Reactions

Allergic rhinitis is an immunological disorder and an inflammatory response of nasal mucosal membranes. Allergic rhinitis, a state of hypersensitivity, occurs when the body overreacts to a substance such as pollens or dust. A novel, safe polyherbal formulation (Aller-7/NR-A2) has been developed for the treatment of allergic rhinitis using a unique combination of extracts from seven medicinal plants including Phyllanthus emblica, Terminalia chebula, Terminalia bellerica, Albizia lebbeck, Piper nigrum, Zingiber officinale and Piper longum.

Pratibha, N.
Saxena, V. S.
Amit, A.
D'Souza, P.
Bagchi, M.
Bagchi, D.
Publication Title: 
Arthritis and Rheumatism

OBJECTIVE: Chebulagic acid (CHE) from the immature seeds of Terminalia chebula was identified from a natural product library as a potent suppressor of T cell activity. This study examined the effectiveness of CHE against the onset and progression of collagen-induced arthritis (CIA) in mice. METHODS: Arthritis was induced in DBA/1J mice by subcutaneous immunization with bovine type II collagen on days 0 and 21. CHE was administered intraperitoneally for 3 weeks, either as prophylaxis (10 or 20 mg/kg) before disease onset or as therapy (20 mg/kg) after disease onset.

Lee, Sang-Ik
Hyun, Pung-Mi
Kim, Seung-Hyung
Kim, Kyoung-Shin
Lee, Sang-Keun
Kim, Byoung-Soo
Maeng, Pil Jae
Lim, Jong-Soon
Publication Title: 
Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry

Radioprotective ability of the aqueous extract of the fruit of Terminalia chebula (TCE) was evaluated for its antioxidant and radioprotective abilities. TCE (50 microg) was able to neutralise 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl, a stable free radical by 92.9%. The free radical neutralizing ability of TCE was comparable to that of ascorbate (100 microM) 93.5% and gallic acid (100 microM) 91.5% and was higher than that of the diethyldithiocarbamate (200 microM) 55.4%, suggesting the free radical activity of TCE.

Gandhi, Nitin Motilal
Nair, Cherupally Krishnan Krishnan
Publication Title: 
Journal of experimental & clinical cancer research: CR

The present work is probably the first report on cancer chemopreventive potential of Triphala, a combination of fruit powder of three different plants namely Terminalia chebula, Terminalia belerica and Emblica officinalis. Triphala is a popular formulation of the Ayurvedic system of medicine. Our findings have shown that Triphala in diet has significantly reduced the benzo(a)pyrene [B(a)P] induced forestomach papillomagenesis in mice. In the short term treatment groups, the tumor incidences were lowered to 77.77% by both doses of Triphala mixed diet.

Deep, G.
Dhiman, M.
Rao, A. R.
Kale, R. K.
Publication Title: 
The Journal of Surgical Research

BACKGROUND: Infection is a major problem in the management of wounds. Even though the development of synthetic antimicrobial agents persists, drug resistance and toxicity hinder their way. Many plants with multi-potent pharmaceutical activities may offer better treatment options, and Triphala (dried fruits of Terminalia chebula, Terminalia bellirica, and Phyllanthus emblica) are potential formulations evaluated for healing activity on infected wound as it possesses numerous activities.

Kumar, Muthusamy Senthil
Kirubanandan, Shanmugam
Sripriya, Ramasamy
Sehgal, Praveen Kumar
Publication Title: 
Natural Product Research

The aqueous extract of galls from Terminalia chebula Retz. (Combretaceae) was fractionated on Diaion and refractionated on octadecyl silica column. Six phenolic compounds were isolated and identified as gallic acid (1), punicalagin (2), isoterchebulin (3), 1,3,6-tri-O-galloyl-?-D-glucopyranose (4), chebulagic acid (5) and chebulinic acid (6). All of the compounds showed stronger 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) radical scavenging and melanin inhibitory activities than ascorbic acid, butylated hydroxytoluene, ?-tocopherol, arbutin and kojic acid, the reference compounds.

Manosroi, Aranya
Jantrawut, Pensak
Akazawa, Hiroyuki
Akihisa, Toshihiro
Manosroi, Jiradej
Publication Title: 
Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand = Chotmaihet Thangphaet

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the in vitro and in vivo antiplasmodial activity and the cytotoxicity of Phyllanthus emblica Linn, Terminalia chebula Retz, and Terminalia bellerica (Gaertn) Roxb extracts. MATERIAL AND METHOD: Standard phytochemical screening tests were used to detect metabolites in the plant extract. The water extracts of medicinal plants were tested for their antiplasmodial activity in vitro by assessing their ability to inhibit the uptake of [3H] hypoxanthine into the Plasmodium falciparum K1 multidrug-resistant strain.

Pinmai, Khosit
Hiriote, Wanwarang
Soonthornchareonnon, Noppamas
Jongsakul, Krisada
Sireeratawong, Seewaboon
Tor-Udom, Siripen
Publication Title: 
Pharmaceutical Biology

CONTEXT: Terminalia chebula Retz. (Combretaceae) is a medium-sized tree that grows in the wild throughout India. T. chebula has been extensively used in Ayurveda, Unani, and homoeopathic medicine. The fruit has been used as a traditional medicine for a household remedy against various human ailments. Traditionally T. chebula is used to cure chronic ulcer, gastritis, and stomach cancers. OBJECTIVE: The present study is to evaluate the antiulcer effect of hydroalcoholic (70%) extract of Terminalia chebula fruit.

Sharma, Praveen
Prakash, T.
Kotresha, D.
Ansari, Md Asif
Sahrm, Uday Raj
Kumar, Bimlesh
Debnath, Jeevan
Goli, Divakar
Publication Title: 
Indian Journal of Experimental Biology

The petroleum ether (PE), chloroform (CH), ethanol (ETH) and water extracts of Terminalia bellerica and T. chebula fruits were evaluated for their analgesic activity using the tail immersion model in mice. The ethanolic extracts of both the plants exhibited analgesic response at 200,400 and 800mg/kg. The studies were further carried for 15 days to evaluate the effect of these extracts in chronic pain and maximum analgesic response was observed on 14th day in both the plants. Phytochemical investigation of ethanolic extract of the fruits of Terminalia bellerica and T.

Kaur, Sarabjit
Jaggi, R. K.
Publication Title: 
Phytotherapy research: PTR

Terminalia chebula (TC) is native to southern Asia to southwestern China and is used in traditional medicine for the treatment of human ailments including malignant tumors and diabetes. This plant also has antibacterial and immunomodulatory properties. Nuclear factor kappa-light chain-enhancer of activated B cells (NF-?B) is responsible for the expression of numerous genes involved in cell survival, proliferation, angiogenesis, inflammation, invasion and metastasis, among other processes.

Das, Nando Dulal
Jung, Kyoung Hwa
Park, Ji Hyun
Mondol, Md Abdul Mojid
Shin, Hee Jae
Lee, Hyi-Seung
Park, Kyoung Sun
Choi, Mi Ran
Kim, Kyung Suk
Kim, Moo Sung
Lee, Sang Rin
Chai, Young Gyu


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