Shraddha S. Kekan*, Mayuri J. Chandrawanshi, Surajmal G. Malpani and Vishweshwar M. Dharashive


Cancer is a severe metabolite syndrome and is one of the leading causes of death regardless of developments in the tools of disease diagnosis, treatment and prevention measures. Cancer is one of the principal causes of mortality and morbidity around the globe and the number of cases are constantly increasing estimated to be 21 million by 2030. This has driven researchers to develop synthetic drugs that can inhibit the growth of rapidly dividing cells, but these also lead to side effects which minimize the drug’s overall efficacy. Many cancer treatments exist. Depending on your particular situation, you may receive one treatment or you may receive a combination of treatments. Scientific and research interest is drawing its attention towards naturally-derived compounds as they are considered to have less toxic side effects compared to current treatments such as chemotherapy. The plant kingdom produces naturally occurring secondary metabolites which are being investigated for their anticancer activities leading to the development of new clinical drugs. New technologies include nanoparticles for nano-medicines which aim to enhance anticancer activities of plant-derived drugs by controlling the release of the compound and investigating new methods for administration. The various herbal drugs like Aloe Vera, Burdock Root, Grapes, Clove, Licorice Sticks, Turmeric Root, Red Clover etc are known for their Anti-neoplastic activity. The review discusses the demand for naturally-derived compounds from medicinal plants and their properties which make them targets for potential anticancer treatments.

Keywords: Cancer, Herbal Drugs, Anti-Cancer Properties.

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