Prity Yadav, Neha Bharti, Ashish Kumar Kansotiya, Suman Kumari, Rajesh Kumar Yadav and Dr. Pratap Chand Mali
Population explosion is a main cause of poverty, health problems, pollution and illiteracy across the world especially in developing countries like India. Nature always has been a source of remedies, many plants and their products have been used in modern pharmacopeia to control and manage different kinds of diseases. A number of traditional medicinal plants extracts have been explored to evaluate effects on fertility in male and female animals and some of them have promising antifertility effects, since synthetic, hormonal and other contraceptives available for fertility control have some drawbacks and side effects in users. Survey of literature enumerates those medicinal plants which show antifertility and antimicrobial properties. In present review we aim to provide information about different medicinal plants with their botanical names, common names and name of their family those have been reported with their antifertility and antimicrobial activities.
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