Neuroprotective Plants; What, How, And Why? A Narrative Review

Mohammadjavad Hoseinpourfard, Morteza Izadi, Mohammad Nasehi, Mohammad Torabi-Nami, Mohammad-Reza Zarrindast


Dear Editor, salutation;

As you know, neuroprotective plants are utilized in healthy custom by ancient people in all of the world. These products apply by many format such as drink, inhaler, pomade, and so on. Lavandula (ostokhodoos), Matricaria (Babouneh), Lemon balm (Badranjbouyeh), Hyoscyamus niger (Bang daneh), Orange blossom (Baharnarenj), Matricaria (Bidmeshk), and Matricaria (Tarangabin) are 7 of important neuroprotector agents that have the most usage in Iran. This serial study has focused on this 1st series of narrative review because of the natural neuroprotector agent’s use in so wide variety forms. Effective substance is real aim for their applications. The medicinal uses of neuroprotector plants are least exploited. These may provide more effective to aid in the control of many kind of health disorder and improve patient quality of life. The data was collected from different sources. So taking these into consideration, the current issue about neuroprotector plants, covering general aspects such as basic properties to help classify them. An overview of current search for natural specification. This survey on use belonging to what, where, when, how, and why that formed the ontology tool in this study for all different types of neuroprotector plants. The data showed that neuroprotector plants can be exploited for human healthy frontier value so many of these materials possess medicinal properties so can be utilized for curing many neurobiological problems as a complementary way. During this narrative about 49 of them would be produced in 7 papers in a series of time.


Neuroprotector, plants, medicinal properties, complementary

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