Centella asiatica is a tropical, herbaceous plant native to Southeast Asia’s low, humid swampy areas. It belongs to the Apiaceae family. Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a neurodegenerative condition that has an effect on behavioural, social, and economic aspects of the society at large. Cognitive function deficiency in Alzheimer’s disease has been found to arise as a result of cholinergic deficit and resulting decreases in levels of a neurotransmitter, acetylcholine. However, antioxidant therapy has been connected to the reduction of AD-related effects, and Centella asiatica has enormous potential as a natural antioxidant supply.
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