The major component of the herb Andrographis paniculata, which is utilised in traditional remedies, is andrographolide, a bioactive diterpene lactone. It is well recognised to have a variety of biological effects, including hepatoprotective, anti-cancer, anti-malarial, and anti-inflammatory effects. Furthermore, it exhibits a strong antiviral activity against dengue virus.
In a transparent HDPE jar, 100 milligrammes
Biochemical and Physiological Actions
An anti-inflammatory diterpenoid lactone. It prevents macrophage chemotactic migration brought on by complement as well as T-cell proliferation in response to allogenic stimulation. restricts the growth of many cancer cell types in vitro.