Sumbe RB, Dhalgade MS, Palve KN, Kale SS, Waghe VL, Autade KA, and Dr. Kothawade SN
The common mugwort, or Artemisia vulgaris L., is a species that has played a significant role in the history of medicine. Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris L.), essential oil has a variety of uses, including as an insect repellent, antioxidant, antibacterial, and antifungal. The essential oil of mugwort is discussed in this report along with its botanical properties, medical applications, and possible usage in medicine. The main focus of this report is on the botanical description, holistic approaches, ethno medical uses, phytochemical screening, and reported in vitro/in vivo pharmacological activities of A. vulgaris whole plant. In order to learn about this plant's previously unknown ethno medicinal uses and give scientists new insights to enhance their study of this plant, its key phytoconstituents and diversified pharmacology have been fully uncovered. This review emphasises new studies on the chemistry, biological activities, and biotechnological interventions for controlled and continuous synthesis of bioactive chemicals from this plant species.
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