TO STUDY THE COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF PIMPINELLA ANISUM SEED EXTRACT AND STANDARD ANTIBIOTICS FOR URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS
Keywords:Pimpinella anisum, UTI, Antibiotics; Recurrent tract infection.
The prevalence of the infection is at its peak throughout physiological state that successively depends on many different factors. Although the upper incidence of UTI throughout physiological state can't be accepted as a universal reality because the idea is underneath the verge of analysis and several other researchers try to work out the importance of physiological state in regard to tract infection. Anise is associate annual plant that reaches a mean height of 30–50 cm. The plant is totally coated with fine hairs. The basis is skinny and pointed the stem up, stalk-round, grooved and branched upward. In summer solstice the skinny stems are flat-top with umbrella-shaped clusters of small white flowers that are significant enough to create the stems flop. While anise seeds aren't a cure for infectious diseases, the essential oils, vitamin C and antioxidants ar helpful for destroying a large vary of pathogens. Anise and fennel seeds were each studied for his or her antiviral and immune stimulating properties. Pimpinella anisum plants having the very significant antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral activity compared with antibiotics.
Key words: Pimpinella anisum; UTI; Antibiotics; Recurrent tract infection.