Cuscuta reflexa: A critical review on the medicinal plant used in homeopathy
Waseem Akram Khan and Widunbiliu
Cuscuta reflexa is a parasitic plant that has a place with the family Convolvulaceae. It is regularly known as dodder plant, amarbel, akashabela. Generally, it is called the marvel plant. It is a rootless, lasting, leafless climbing parasitic twining spice that takes food from have planted with the help of an extraordinary organ called a haustorium. This survey article will gather the definitive portrayal of compound constituent’s pharmacological employments of Cuscuta reflexa from various old-style Ayurvedic writing just as present-day research diaries. This survey article manages Antihypertensive, Antidiabetic, Antioxidant, Hair development advancing, Antimicrobial, Spasmolytic, Antitumor, Anti-ligament, Nephroprotective, Antiviral, Anti-incendiary, Antipyretic impact of Cuscuta reflexa. More investigation should be done in this plant to investigate its method of activity and employment.