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Table 3 Medicinal plant constituent based patented technologies for wound healing applications

From: Medicinal plants and their components for wound healing applications

S. no. Patent no. Title Remarks Reference
1. US 7,714,183 B2 Use of honey in dressings Honey of preferred consistency and viscosity is envisaged and will be used in combination with a variety of medicinal and suitable surgical dressings and will be used as a wound healing buffer. [75]
2. US 2013/0146481 A1 Boiactive compositions from theacea plants and processes for their production and use The innovation is based on isolated bioactive compounds comprising theoretical plant bioactive fractions. This procedure is also meant to prevent inflammatory behavior along with shielding a mammal’s skin tissue from damage caused by UV light and also normalizing skin disorders. [76]
3. US 2013/0323337 A1 Novel herbal composition for the treatment of wound healing, a regenerative medicine The present invention based on a novel, synergistic, effective herbal composition as a regenerative medicine comprising combination therapeutically effective amounts of extracts obtained from Curcuma longa, Glycyrrhiza glabara, Hamil tonia suaveolens, Tipha angustifolia and Azadirachta indica, along with optionally comprising Pig fatin Sesamum indicum (Til) oil as a base, useful for the treatment of wound healing and it also discloses a process for preparation of said herbal composition. [77]
4. WO 2014/147638 Al A multifunctional natural wound healing matrix This invention relates to a natural wound-healing matrix that is multifunctional.
A wound bed consisting of a hydrophilic cotton cloth is a matrix of the present innovation.
Coated on one side with zwitterionic chitosan of low molecular weight and which is embedded on top of the synthesized silver nano particles. The fragments of curcumin and tulsi are extracts used with herbal medicinal values to further develop their properties and to have herbal medicinal values along with synergistic influence in order to have healthier curing effects for all the ingredients working together.
[78]
5. US 8,709,509 B2 Herbal composition for the treatment of wound healing, a regenerative medicine This invention reveals a novel as well as Synergistic along with effective herbal composition as a regenerative medicine which comprising combination of therapeutically effective amounts of extracts obtained from Curcuma longa, Glycyrrhiza glabara, Hamil tonia suaveolens, Tipha angustifolia, and Azadirachta indica, along with optionally comprising Pig fatin Sesamum indicum (Til) oil as a base, useful for the treatment of wound healing. [79]
6. EP 2 896 396 A1 Herbal formulation for topical wound treatment This invention concerns modern herbal formulas, which are particularly useful for topical treatment of skin and oromucosal wounds. Formulations may be either a solution or a gel form consisting of an anti-microbial agent, polyhexamethylene biguanide, and poloxamer amer.
In the shape of an emulsifying agent and product that contains at least one herbal ingredient (Comfrey Symphytum officinale L. extract and/or Commiphora molmol tincture), which has analgesic, antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties to increase the treatment of the wound.
[80]
7. WO 2019/078931 Al Buckwheat honey and bacitracin wound-healing dressing A means of treating acute and chronic wounds and skin disorders and regenerating skin or dermal tissue in a chronic wound is the latest innovation. A synthesis or preparation containing a mixture of buckwheat honey and bacitracin is used in the substance. The composition is gelled in one distinctive encarnation. The composition is applied directly to the wound or skin of the patient or impregnated with gauze or other similar material on the bandage or dressing for application to an acute or chronic wound or skin condition that is exuding or non-exuding. [82]
8. US 2019/0201474 A1 Herbal oil formulation for topical use and medicinal applications thereof The present disclosure concerns a formulation of herbal oil based on Heterophragma roxburghii bark extract, which can be applied topically and can be used to treat and cure different skin conditions and diseases, all types of wounds, and other therapeutic conditions associated with decreased human and animal blood flow. For various therapeutic conditions such as, but not limited to, diabetic gangrene, dry gangrene, wet gangrene, athlete’s foot, burn wounds, diabetic foot ulcer, bed sore, chronic open wounds, snake bite wounds, and gangrene formed due to cellulitis, the disclosed topical herbal oil formulation provides an inexpensive alternative healing therapy. [83]