World Journal of Pharmaceutical research - WJPR!
Manish Gunjan World Journal of Pharmaceutical research 24 Hoodia gordonii (38) 25 Coccinia grandis or kundru (39) 26 Triphala (40) 27 Cabbage www.wjpr.net Apocynaceae Cucurbitaceae Stems and roots Combretaceae Fruit taken digestion and assimilation of foods. - appetite suppressant - This active ingredient is a steroidal glycoside, due to which the brain does not sense hunger. Fruit - Increasing Energy, without seed Improving Digestion, and weight loss and are non- FDA reviewed or approved, natural alternatives, to use for Obesity. - Help in proper distribution of fat. Brassicaceae Leafy head - Inhibits the conversion of sugar and other carbohydrates into fat. 1261
Manish Gunjan World Journal of Pharmaceutical research 28 Tomato 29 Rhamnus 30 Aloe purshlanus / cascara (41) barbadensis / aloe vera (42) www.wjpr.net Solanaceae Fruit - Fruit pectin and other edible fibers in tomato are easy to produce satiety feel, helping to absorb redundant fat and excrete together, and so reducing food fat intake. Edible fibers also help to promote motility of stomach and intestine, reducing constipation. Rhamnaceae Bark - Works as a laxative Asphodelaceae Central part - Increase bowel movement 1262