Abstract: The current study was meant to created detailing on the Anti-inflammatory, and Analgesic action of Capsicum annuum, Mentha piperita, Curcuma longa, Syzygium aromaticum . Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are related with an excess of side effects and unfavourable medication responses. Steady utilized of NSAIDs produces gastrointestinal aggravation and another incidental effects on body organs like liver and kidneys. Mitigating, and Analgesic movement of Capsicum annuum, Curcuma longa, Syzygium aromaticum, Mentha piperita extract was recently covered distinctive experimental models. Capsicum annuum (chilli pepper) contains an assortment of carotenoids, including capsanthin, capsorubin, beta-carotene, cryptoxanthin, lutein, phytofluene, and xanthophyll, and steroids, including capsicoside. One of the primary constituents is capsaicin, which creates a serious consuming sensation when it comes into contact with the skin, eyes, or mucous films and which gives peppers their consuming taste. Syzygium aromaticum (clove) is a conventional flavour that has been utilized for food conservation and has different pharmacological exercises. S. aromaticum is wealthy in numerous phytochemicals as follows: sesquiterpenes, monoterpenes, hydrocarbon, and phenolic compounds. Eugenyl acetic acid derivation, eugenol, and β-caryophyllene are the main phytochemicals in clove oil. Curcuma longa has been utilized for millennia as a cure in the conventional Indian and society medication for the fix of a huge assortment of ailments, like irritation, irresistible illnesses, and gastric, hepatic, and blood issues. Menthol from Mentha piperita (40-90 percent) is an element of numerous beauty care products and a few scents.
Ointment formulation of these herbal drug shows a good result in all the evaluation test parameters such as General appearance, Consistency, pH, Spread ability, Extrudability, Diffusion study, Non irritancy test, & Stability study etc.

Keywords: Capsicum annuum, Mentha piperita, Herbal Ointment, Inflammation, analgesic.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IARJSET.2021.8745

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