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Medicinal plants used as immunostimulants were classified into two categories: 1 plants with pharmacological studies and 2 plants without pharmacological research. Medicinal plants with pharmacological studies of their immunostimulatory properties were subclassified into four groups as follows: a plant extracts evaluated for in vitro effects, b plant extracts with documented in vivo effects, c active compounds tested on in vitro studies, and d active compounds assayed in animal models. Pharmacological studies have been conducted on 29 of the plants, including extracts and compounds, whereas 75 plants lack pharmacological studies regarding their immunostimulatory activity. Medicinal plants were experimentally studied in vitro 19 plants and in vivo 8 plants. A total of 12 compounds isolated from medicinal plants used as immunostimulants have been tested using in vitro 11 compounds and in vivo 2 compounds assays. This review clearly indicates the need to perform scientific studies with medicinal flora from Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean, to obtain new immunostimulatory agents. The immune system is a complex organization of leukocytes, antibodies, and blood factors that protect the body against pathogens [ 1 ].


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Either your web browser doesn't support Javascript or it is currently turned off. In the latter case, please turn on Javascript support in your web browser and reload this page. Context: Several Cecropia Cecropiaceae species are traditionally used in Latin America for the treatment of a variety of diseases including diabetes, arterial hypertension, asthma, bronchitis, anxiety, and inflammation. At present, a number of commercial products based on these plants have been introduced into the market with very little information on methods for guaranteeing their quality and safety. Objective: This work proposes potential chemical markers for the quality control of the raw materials of Cecropia obtusifolia Bertol. This review covers the period from to Conclusion: It is necessary to establish comprehensive standards for guaranteeing quality, safety and efficacy of herbal drugs.

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