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Ethnobotanical approach for oral Lichen Planus - A Review

Oral lichen planus is a chronic, noninfectious, inflammatory disease from the skin and mucous membrane. It occurs most commonly in buccal mucosa and vestibular areas of tongue and gingival and it is painful in cases of erosive and atrophic lichen planus.Mostly middle age people are affected more specifically females. In this review the herbs for the treatment of oral lichen planus like turmeric, aloe vera, and purslane are widely discussed making it easier for use as current drug treatments that are palliative and have significant adverse effects.



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