Chapter 37 - Mango

  • Khalid F
  • Nawaz H
  • Hanif M
  • et al.
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Mango exhibits many pharmacological activities like antitumour, antibacterial, antiviral, antiinflammatory, antioxidant, anti–bone resorption, antiallergic, hypolipidemic, immune-modulatory, and antipyretic activities. Mangifera indica's stem bark extract has been marketed in Cuba as a medicine. M. indica is a valuable medicinal herb that exhibits fruitful wound healing and hypotensive activities.

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Khalid, F., Nawaz, H., Hanif, M. A., Rehman, R., & Al-Sadi, A. M. (2020). Chapter 37 - Mango. In M. A. Hanif, H. Nawaz, M. M. Khan, & H. J. Byrne (Eds.), Medicinal Plants of South Asia (pp. 495–508). Elsevier. Retrieved from

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