0196| Volume 116, SUPPLEMENT , 154663, March 2021

Health Beneficial Effect of Capsanthin on Human Being Health: Medicinal Importance and Therapeutic Benefit in the Medicine

      Background: Medicinal plant based drugs have been used in the history for the treatment of numerous human health complications including various complicated disorders. Different part of the plants have been used for the treatment of different disease as all the parts of plants contain different active phytochemical called phytoconstituents mainly responsible for their main biological potential. Objective: Health beneficial properties of capsanthin in the medicine and other allied health sectors have been searched in the present investigation through scientific data analysis of various scientific research works. Methods: Capsanthin pigment has been found to be present in almost all type of capsicum fruits. Present investigation contains the biological potential and therapeutic benefit of capsanthin in the medicine. Numerous scientific databases have been searched and collected the scientific information of capsanthin against various form of human cancers. Molecular data have been also collected from various literature sources to know the molecular mechanism. Results: Scientific data analysis of various literature databases reveale the biological importance of capsanthin in the medicine as it is the main active phytochemical of capsicum used in the daily diet due to its health beneficial aspect.
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