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Medicinal plants as essential additives in foods, beverages, and medications have been a part of human culture since the dawn of time. Medicinal plants' nutritional, pharmacological, biological, and toxicological characteristics have numerous applications in numerous industries. Nowadays, most people rely on complementary and alternative therapies to treat various illnesses derived from natural sources. Melia azedarach is one of the plants (Meliaceae family) grown in numerous Indian states. The entire plant or its parts (leaves, stem and roots) have medicinal characteristics and have been used by native and tribal people in various parts of India for a very long time. This plant has traditionally been used to cure various conditions, including piles, itching, asthma, leprosy, and cough. The current study includes a comprehensive analysis of its systematic botanical position, phytochemical analysis, research on the plant's pharmacological activity, and medicinal applications.
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