Anti-hyperlipidemic and cardioprotective effects of plant natural products: A review

Ravi Kant U


Present review article explains various antihyperlipidemic and cardioprotective effects of various plant natural products. These are antixoidants which found in vegetable oils, fruits, seeds, plant leaves, stem and plant roots. This article emphasize therapeutic potential of sulfur-containing compounds, anthraquinones, thiosulfinates and ajoenes, tricin, quercetin, Kaikasaponin III and tectorigenin, polyphenols, vitamins, and minerals, Flavonoid and phenolics mainly naringenin; aglycone, flavanone (+)-catechin, (-)-epicatechin, and procyanidin thymol and carvacrol, ceramicine B (limonoid), ginsenoside Rb1 and Rb2, naphthalenic compounds 6-methoxysorigenin and its glycosides, acylates, madecassoside (terpenoids), Miroestrol(phytoestrogen), quercetin rutinoside (rutin), tournefolal, tournefolic acids A and B. Few other compounds such as thiobarbituric acid, niacin, hederagenin monodesmosides, kalopanaxsaponin A (KPS-A) and sapindoside C, abietane and seco-abietane diterpenes, lycopene, Curcurbitacins A, B, C, D, E, I, J, K, and L and Colocynthosides A, and B were found active. For a healthy life regular use of plant natural products/ possess bio-organics to reduce the cardiovascular risks by using traditional plant baseddiets and herbal preparations. Before use well-designed clinical trials are essentially

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