Review On Ayurvedic Remedies For Fungal Infection


Jadhav S.S, Naikwade N.S, Hake R.B, Gavade R.S, Pawar J.J, Shingade H.A
Appasaheb Birnale College of Pharmacy, Sangli.


In underdeveloped countries, microorganisms are frequently a cause of prevailing diseases, presenting a serious public health problem in a significant segment of the population as revealed by either private or officially granted health care systems. With the rise in-at risk patients, the number of invasive fungal infection has dramatically increased in both developed and developing countries. An antifungal drug is a medication used to cure fungal infections such as candidiasis (thrush), athlete’s foot, ringworm, serious systemic infections such as cryptococcal meningitis, and others. Such drugs are usually adviced by a medicinal practioner or purchased over-the–counter. But use of this types of drugs used in large way makes the unusable due to resistance to antibiotics and with the toxicity during prolonged treatment. There are large number drawback in synthetic drugs so people move towards herbal drugs which is safer. The presented review summarizes the information about introduction, treatment, herb and medicine for fungal infection and concerning the new profile of antifungal drugs obtaining from medicinal plants.